We’re delighted to have you join us at the 2023 MetTel Innovation Summit.
We’ll hear some compelling speakers and discussions, sharing best practices and insights. All in the name of innovation.
The cost of cyber attacks is extraordinary. There are about 800,000 cyberattacks that are reported to the IC3 every year, so let’s say 800,000, year after year. $4.2 billion in cybercrime damage in 2020, $7 billion in 2021, and $10.3B just last year. That means we’re gonna be looking at around $15B by the end of 2023. That is extraordinary. We fast forward to 2025. We’re looking at over $12 trillion, and it’s all coming from the dark web.
Coming out of Covid, I think everybody’s very familiar with this, the hybrid workforce, people working remotely more and more on travel, but also working from home. And that is something that is here to stay and it completely changes the security perimeter discussions and those types of things.
When we go and talk to most of our CIOs and CTOs of our enterprise customers, we came to understand that about 30% of all those workloads are going to go to the edge. 30% of these 80 million workloads are going to go to the edge.
Generative AI can be understood as a production engine for all human intelligence and creativity. Everybody should be discussing this regardless of whether you’re an AI expert or not, because of the profound way it’s gonna reshape our society, not only because the technology is exponential, but because its adoption, I think is gonna be the fastest acceleration of any technology we’ve adopted in the past.
Our goal is to use AI in a very responsible way, but to do it in a way that gives people time back in their day.
Sounds like AI can do everything more efficiently than humans. Okay, that’s about enough from you. But I have so much more to contribute. John, can we put this genie back in the bottle? I, I’ve had enough. That’s a TV remote. It is not designed.
And here’s what generative AI thinks of me. I got Danny DeVito. The worst part is he talks. Sorry Brother, if I’m your step up, you’ve got some problems. Thanks a lot.
We’ve got customers who are just, you know, doing remote access and sites and things of that nature, and they choose the Single SIM because the Single SIM is a tool that allows you to work on all the carriers here in the United States and abroad for that matter.
The technology will get you in the door, but at the same time, if that technology is not up to the standard of the employee, it’ll be a detractor. So you gotta do it right.
We want you never to have that emotion where when the robot picks up the phone, you think I’ve gotta get out of this loop. We want you to have the experience of delight speaking with an automation, in fact, to prefer it because it gives you an answer faster, it’s always correct and it’s enjoyable.
Single SIM is really a database or data-only enabler, and the concept is it’s the easy button. You plug it in, you give a device power, it finds a local connection and attaches itself to it.
They say the best way to predict the future is to invent it. And with partners like you, we are doing just that. I’m ready to toast this year’s Summit. Toast, next year’s Summit. Toast our amazing speakers and sponsors—thank you. Toast our amazing customers, the sunshine. You get it. Let’s get to toasting. Thank you all so much.