PLM has launched into the digital age.
In October, Oracle hosted its annual Open World event showing the new innovations, trends, and exciting announcements they have in store. One of the highlights was the announcement of the next generation of autonomous cloud. With a strong message of security, speed, and affordability, Cloud is now brought within everyone's reach. In preparation of Domain Systems upcoming webinar I'd like to invite you to think of questions that I have not answered in this blog. I personally invite you to our upcoming Webinar where our VP of Professional Services will be presenting about how to bring the Cloud within your reach.
Times are quickly changing for businesses, products, consumers, and the solutions we manage them with. PLM software has undergone a constant evolution in recent years to accommodate digital transformation, IoT, globalization, and still pack a competitive punch for its users.
The overall concept of delivering computing resources through a global (web) network actually began in the 1960’s with the ideas of visionary JCR Licklider (see Intergalactic-computer-network with apologies to Al Gore). Mr. Licklider’s idea was for everyone to be interconnected, accessing programs and data from any site, anywhere. While not called cloud computing back then, the similarity to modern day definitions cannot be ignored.
As companies buy more and more into trusting their applications to the cloud, it becomes imperative that the value to do so is completely understood. Failure to do so can send a company backward in functionality, invoke additional cost and productivity loss to mention a few.