Utilities face tight regulations and tight budgets. Verizon Grid Wide Utility solutions are based on “technology-as-a-service” models that can help you deliver resources more efficiently, control costs and realize a return on investment sooner.
New technologies are helping reinvent the energy and utilities industry by automating and enhancing distribution grids, improving water management, increasing security, addressing compliance requirements and providing critical information in near real time. Together, these advances in smart grid technology allow you to improve customer...
New technologies are helping reinvent the energy and utilities industry by automating and enhancing distribution grids, improving water management, increasing security, addressing compliance requirements and providing critical information in near real time. Together, these advances in smart grid technology allow you to improve customer experiences while fueling the growth of your business.
In fact, today’s smart grid technology can offer you a real competitive advantage. For example, connected devices provide you with up-to-date information about energy and water usage and operations—helping you identify patterns and trends. And with better information and insights, you can better manage your infrastructure, assets and operations.
Companies dealing with earlier IT investments may think that deploying new smart grid technologies is just another added expense. By delivering our Grid Wide Utility solutions as a service, they don’t have to be. These solutions don’t require a large capital investment—you pay for the services you use. And, you don’t have to deploy Grid Wide Utility solutions and replace your meters all at once. You can pick and choose your company’s problem areas and work from there.
Discover how Verizon Grid Wide Utility solutions can help you meet your challenges and satisfy your customers.
October is National Cyber Security Month, and to help utilities learn how to help protect against cyber threats for smart grids and smart metering, we are happy to host this free on-demand webinar.
Our ninth Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR) pulls together incident data from 67 contributors around the world to reveal the biggest IT security risks you’ll face.The 2016 Data Breach Investigations Report helps you understand how...
A lot's changed in a year. Enterprise organizations aren't just talking about the possibilities of the Internet of Things (IoT) anymore. Many now see it as core to their strategy. Find out what you need to know about the IoT market in 2016: