Offsite data replication is key to ensuring ongoing business operations, but it can be complex and costly, especially when performed over long distances.
Join this discussion to discover how you can apply fast, cost effective and reliable remote replication that can:
• Meet Recovery Point Objectives (RPO) by reducing remote replication times by up to 20X
• Reduce bandwidth costs and extend replication distances
• Lower storage costs while increasing storage flexibility
• Leverage emerging cloud and virtualization technologies for better offsite disaster recovery
Hear from the experts and users at Dell Compellent, Silver Peak and AlaskaUSA discuss essential data replication strategies and technologies.
Published By: MuleSoft
Published Date: May 23, 2019
Well-designed APIs, created along with a holistic integration strategy with Anypoint Platform, create a seamless omnichannel experience that customers want and businesses need. To deliver a reliable and unified experience more quickly, companies must adopt a new approach that involves an omnichannel architecture.
Across industries from healthcare to banking to retail, MuleSoft is powering omnichannel strategies that result in faster time to market, improved customer satisfaction, and increased revenue.
Watch this webinar, including a demo, to learn how to:
Take an API-led approach to omnichannel that enables companies to deliver a unified experience 5x faster
Leverage Anypoint Exchange to enable consistency by design through the reuse of integration assets across channels, translating to a consistent experience for your customers
Prepare for the future (and future channels) with support for different deployment models with a single, unified platform
John Withers, Produ
US ground forces handle massive amounts of information and data while working under unpredictable conditions. These conditions don’t always allow military intelligence analysts access to a technologically reliable way to share information. AI can help develop a comprehensive intelligence picture and a true sense of cognitive situational understanding (CSU). These technologies can help analyze the massive amounts of data the military receives. And because AI programs are constantly adding new capabilities and tools, they can help the military prepare for the battlefield of the future. Read how.
Vehicle manufacturers stand poised to develop a new generation of onboard services and revenue streams that can be delivered through IVI systems.
That’s why we’ve introducing HERE Navigation On Demand, the world's first SaaS connected navigation solution. It combines the integrated power of embedded navigation with the convenience and freshness of a mobile solution.
Watch this joint webinar recording from HERE and ABI Research to understand how HERE Navigation On Demand can underpin a range of new digital services.
Find out how HERE Navigation On Demand:
Enables OEMs to create new location-based features that use over-the-air updates to remain fresh
Reduces costs and simplifies the supply chain with an off-the-shelf solution that needs no infrastructure investment
Enables an OEM to fully configure and brand the user experience – then deploy on any platform
To provide drivers with navigation experiences that are always fresh, differentiated and that set an OEM’s brand apart on either embedded or mobile platforms, automakers need an unprecedented level of flexibility and control over data, software and the delivery process.
As a SaaS offering, HERE Navigation on Demand offers automakers a new way to solve their key challenges – such as static software, complex and costly solution development and the inability to update or upgrade the experience once vehicles are in the field.
Automakers need alternatives as they overhaul their navigation and connected service programs and bring change to their development, deployment, and monetization processes. This whitepaper outlines how HERE Technologies can support them to deliver compelling navigation and connected experiences, while keeping them in full control of their branding and revenue streams.
Find out how HERE Navigation on Demand leverages:
The HERE Open Location Platform to deliver alwa
Rising urbanization has brought unprecedented levels of traffic and congestion to our major towns and cities. Departments of transport are battling to ensure their regions aren’t negatively impacted by increased pressure on their road networks.
On the frontline are traffic operators and planners. Every day, they face complex challenges as they attempt to improve traffic flow, minimize incidents, and unearth solutions to network issues.
This eBook explains how traffic planners and operators can use data to help overcome some of the challenges they face.
A new report from Gigamon ATR helps security practitioners understand how Emotet, LokiBot and TrickBot traversed enterprise networks without detection in 2018. It particularly focuses on the malwares’ command and control (C2) and lateral movement, as these behaviors expose opportunities to observe network traffic, discover these threats and reduce risk. The goal: shorter mean time to detection and response, a more mature security program and a balanced approach to mitigating risk.
So you’re interested in cognitive RPA? You’re not alone. Almost half of enterprises implementing RPA in the next six months will be doing so with RPA solutions that offer cognitive capabilities.
But just as the processes you can automate using cognitive RPA are more complex, implementing the software itself can be tricky.
To find out more about how Automation Anywhere can help, download this whitepaper today.
Published By: MuleSoft
Published Date: May 22, 2019
More and more financial institutions are partnering with fintechs and leveraging Application Program Interfaces (APIs) to attract new prospects and to delight current consumers through unprecedented Customer Experience (CX). APIs offer a bridge between systems while paving a digital path to a connected financial ecosystem.
The institutions that are able to drive this digital transformation successfully, do not think of these capabilities as additional channels and services. Rather, these institutions understand that they must move from a vision of banking as a physical network of branches and ATMs, to a digital platform, comprising core capabilities such as account servicing and the provision of financial products that can be accessed wherever, and whenever, customers wish.
Join this webinar and learn how these institutions are building a digital banking platform with APIs.
Angie Campos, Industry Marketing for FS&I, MuleSoft
Michel Vaja, Head of UK Payments Practice, C
Published By: MuleSoft
Published Date: May 22, 2019
ABB leads one of the most complex industries on the planet; one that is under intense transformation. They are succeeding by using digital technology to fast track their supply chain and manufacturing process. Watch this webinar to learn how ABB is accelerating digital transformation through an API strategy with MuleSoft.
How ABB leverages reusability and automation to streamline their complex manufacturing processes.
Why MuleSoft's C4E (Center for Enablement) is a perfect fit for ABB.
How ABB drives digital innovation through the adoption of API-led connectivity.
Szymon Myslinski, Global IT Department Manager for Innovation, ABB
Gabriel Rauchenbichler, DACH Marketing Lead, MuleSoft
Operational readiness depends on rich location data. When managing logistics and tracking high-value assets, there is no room for error and our new data-driven world demands richer, smarter advanced mapping and navigation services.
The 2018 Counterpoint Research Location Ecosystems Update compared 16 location platform vendors—including Google, TomTom and Mapbox—as it named HERE the “undisputed leader” in location based services.
Counterpoint recognized HERE for its integrated analytical capability and commitment to open partnerships, allowing for custom operational requirements and a truly mobile location intelligence platform.
See how HERE provides the industry leading tools and expertise to process that data—streamlining the logistics supply chain, boosting responsiveness, and guaranteeing mission success.
For 100% operational readiness in a data-driven culture, you need an optimized location platform.
Ovum’s Location Platform Index: Mapping and Navigation can help you identify what you should expect from a platform, and discover the platform that best meets your operational requirements.
Founded in 1985, Ovum has one of the most experienced analyst teams in the industry and is a respected source of guidance for technology and intelligence leaders. Ovum's report assesses and ranks the major vendors in the location platform market with a focus on the mapping and navigation space.
Download this free report to learn more about
Why HERE topped Google to take 1st place in the ranking
The relative strengths and weaknesses for each vendor- including data, enablers, and features
The strategies vendors use to stay responsive towards changes in technology and trends
To understand the location platform market, what constitutes a healthy location platform, and which provider offers the correct portfolio—and necessary flexibility—to achieve mission success, download your copy of this report by completing this form.
This playbook outlines how insurance companies can evolve their business architectures to meet user demand, reduce risk and comply with regulations.
Insurers’ employees, partners and customers are increasingly interacting at the digital edge, where commerce, population centers and digital ecosystems intersect. A distributed interconnection platform at the digital edge allows insurance companies and ecosystem participants to accelerate their transformation and effectively compete with increasingly nimble challengers.
Much has been written about the impact of technology on insurance, this most traditional of industries. Artificial intelligence (AI), connected cars, drones and the Internet of Things (IoT) are all becoming integral to the insurance and automotive industries. This becomes obvious when using your car’s navigation system – an everyday action that might well lead to a chain of events few would even think of today.
To find out more download this whitepaper today.
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is the backbone of modern manufacturing information systems, enabling the digital transformation that’s changing operations and customer expectations. As the movement toward a digital workplace evolves, your ERP system must keep pace.
Epicor commissioned Forrester Consulting to conduct a Total Economic Impact™ (TEI) study to examine the potential return on investment (ROI) of deploying Epicor ERP. Several manufacturers using Epicor ERP found:
• Faster access to data and improved real-time visibility enabled better decision-making
• Improved multi-company operational efficiency
• Increased competitiveness with faster turnaround of customer quotes and improved pricing accuracy
• Increased versatility with the Epicor ERP cloud offering
• Access to deep expertise in manufacturing best practices
Read the study to find out how else Epicor ERP has helped manufacturers.
As software-defined WAN (SD-WAN) continues to become a mainstream technology, its relationship to WAN
Optimization (WANop) must be examined. At first glance, the two can appear alike, and are often erroneously
mentioned as synonymous technologies. A deeper examination however, will reveal two distinct and highly
complementary technologies with very limited feature overlap. This document aims to demystify the relationship
between the two, outline the market shifts that have led to a reduced WANop sector, and provide a recommendation
on deploying both technologies in a modern enterprise WAN.
As organizations prioritize digital transformation initiatives, many are finding that legacy
networks are holding them back. To support new business models, cloud adoption, and an
explosion in connected devices, modern networks must support interoperability across data
centers, multiple clouds, branch locations, and edge devices. Applications now run at every
point on this spectrum, and they are critical to businesses’ ability to win in hypercompetitive marketplaces. Yet, even as business success has become more dependent on
this new architecture, and the amount of data flowing across connections has increased,
many organizations still lack a unified approach to management, automation, and security
Digital transformation has moved out of the early-adopter phase and into mainstream adoption. According to the ZK Research 2018 IT Priorities Study, 88% of businesses now have digital
initiatives underway, up from 84% in 2017. The urgency of IT and business leaders is well warranted, as companies that master being digital will leapfrog the competition and be able to sustain
a market-leading position. Those that lag in their digital initiatives will fall farther behind and will
struggle to survive.
The key to digital success is having an agile IT foundation that enables businesses to adapt to
market transitions faster than the competition. However, there is no single technology called “digital transformation.” Rather, it is powered by the following four key enabling technologies:
The Wide Area Network (WAN) is in the midst of a significant evolution. Software-defined WAN
(SD-WAN) is the key factor driving this evolution and bringing along with it many transformational
changes. SD-WAN has enabled several new WAN uses cases, such as enabling reliable, secure and
high performance support of software-as-a-service (SaaS), cloud compute, cloud storage, cloud
security and the ability to use non-deterministic Internet services to provide business-class transport.
The traditional WAN architecture was ill equipped to support these new use cases.
As is usually the case with an emerging market, the first entrants into the SD-WAN space were
start-ups. However, given the ability of SD-WAN to support both traditional and emerging WAN
use cases, the market has recently been flooded with a range of vendors, solutions and technologies
offering varying types of SD-WAN solutions.
While having differing types of solutions provided by numerous suppliers is potentially beneficial,
Over the last couple of years SD-WAN technology has matured into a mainstream solution. Yet, the
most appropriate migration path is not always clear. While there are many considerations to
balance during a migration, the enduring benefit of an SD-WAN architecture is simplification:
branch design, data center design, routing, edge platform choices, security choices, management.
To ensure an understanding of the fundamental concepts, let’s quickly discuss the architecture and components of SD-WAN,
and then move on to cover the best practices of various aspects of an SD-WAN migration
Published By: Dynatrace
Published Date: May 21, 2019
Dynatrace™ is a full stack solution that covers application performance management, digital experience management, infrastructure monitoring and AIOps. Dynatrace commissioned Forrester Consulting to conduct a Total Economic Impact™ (TEI) study and examine the potential return on investment (ROI) enterprises may realize by deploying Dynatrace™.
This study provides readers with a framework to evaluate the potential financial impact of Dynatrace™ on their organizations and how it can affect business operations and users of all types when moving from prior-generation application performance management (APM) toolsets.
Published By: Dynatrace
Published Date: May 21, 2019
The Internet of Things (IoT) is exploding across every industry, everywhere, starting a new chapter in digital transformation. As new use-cases for IoT continue to emerge, the digital experiences they enable will become increasingly critical to business success, connecting all aspects of human society.
Based on a global survey of 800 CIOs, this report examines the challenges organizations face as they begin to explore and deploy Internet of Things (IoT) use-cases and web-scale applications.
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