“Are you familiar with these technologies? If not, here’s your chance to find out.”
Glenn Baruck, The eDot Family of Companies
“Edge computing” and “edge networking” are buzzwords in the technology industry. However, their meanings and differences from traditional computing and networking models are still unclear to many.
Edge computing refers to processing and analyzing data closer to where it is generated rather than relying on centralized cloud-based systems. On the other hand, edge networking involves using decentralized networking infrastructure to support edge computing.
Security professionals and executives should understand the implications of edge computing and networking as they gain traction. In this article by author Ray Bernard for securityinfowatch.com, Bernard sheds light on the real-world applications and benefits of these emerging technologies and the security implications to consider for your application.