Published By: MobileIron
Published Date: Nov 07, 2018
In recent years, the market for mobile and cloud technologies has completely shifted the behavior of enterprise users. People can now work anywhere, on any device, to access business apps and data from mobile apps and cloud services. Static, perimeter-based security can no longer keep up with all of the endpoints, users, apps, and data that travel far beyond the corporate firewall. Relying on old security approaches like password-only access control is no longer enough to secure this vast mobile-cloud infrastructure — especially since stolen user credentials were the top cause of data breaches in 2017.
Published By: MuleSoft
Published Date: Apr 13, 2016
New Enterprise challenge has emerged. With the number of APIs growing rapidly, managing them one-off or via Excel or corporate wiki is no longer feasible.
The smartest organizations have discovered a set of best practices to design powerful APIs that leverage existing services, to effectively manage those APIs throughout their lifecycle and to scale their deployment across consumers and devices. This eBook examines the relationship between APIs and services and presents the key elements of a successful API strategy in the form of 7 habits.
In this eBook you will learn:
- How to leverage existing services in the API economy
- Where to get started with your API strategy
- Key criteria for selecting an API Management solution
- Strategies to overcome API security and identity challenges
- How and why to apply the fundamentals of API First Design
SaaS applications continue to provide a tremendous value to end users with easy setup and collaboration capabilities that are changing the way organizations do business. The concern over the loss of data leaving the corporate network and opening the network to external threats through unknown collaborators has caused many organizations to take a "wait and see" approach to SaaS. Microsoft® Office 365™ changes all that.
Analysts struggle to incorporate new sources of data into their analysis because they rely on Microsoft Excel or other tools that were not designed for data blending. Deleting columns, parsing data, and writing complicated formulas to clean and combine data every time it changes is not an efficient way for today’s analysts to spend their time.
Download The Definitive Guide to Data Blending and:
Understand how analysts are empowered through data blending
Learn how to automate time-consuming, manual data preparation tasks
Gain deeper business insights in hours, not the weeks typical of traditional approaches
Cloud financial corporate performance management solutions help the office of finance manage the financial close and apply appropriate controls throughout the accounting cycle. Application leaders should use this Magic Quadrant to identify vendors that are a good match for their business needs.
The 2017 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Strategic CPM solutions provides valuable insights into the latest market trends, the current Leaders, and key vendor evaluation criteria.
Download the Gartner report to learn:
Why cloud has become the preferred deployment model
Who the key vendors are and how they compare
Why mega vendors no longer dominate the market
Best practices in evaluating and selecting a vendor
Published By: Symantec
Published Date: Dec 13, 2017
Today’s workforce is increasingly nomadic. Employees use personal and company-owned devices – desktops, laptops, tablets, and smartphones with various operating systems – to access corporate resources over different networks from virtually anywhere. Roaming users and cloud-based applications have eroded the network perimeter where enterprises have traditionally focused their security controls.
SymantecTM provides a complete endpoint solution powered by the world’s largest civilian Global Intelligence Network (GIN) to help organizations secure their enterprise and mobile workforce across traditional and modern OS devices used over any network and from any location.
Read this white paper to find out more.
Corporate governance. Capital Requirements. Information Security. Identifying and measuring potential risks help you connect the dots to create a sound ERM program for your organization.
In today’s environment of security regulations and requirements, organizations must take a comprehensive approach to ERM to identify and mitigate potential threats. Risk is cumulative, and unidentified weaknesses can quickly spiral out of control, resulting in costly solutions that can lead to reputational damage.
The first step in designing a sound ERM program is to understand which components are needed and how to implement them. Ten Steps to Enterprise Risk Management: A Comprehensive Approach Reveals the Big Picture, provides a straight-forward approach to creating a reliable, yet flexible program to address existing threats with the ability to adapt to emerging ones.
In the end risk management is everybody’s job – do you have a plan in place to help your employees manage unpredictable threats and
Published By: OneLogin
Published Date: Oct 24, 2017
In this ebook, we dive into how identity management streamlines access to the cloud while protecting corporate data.
The location of many resources is changing to the cloud, yet companies still need central management of those resources. Trying to maintain security and order in a chaotic free-for-all use of cloud apps and bring-your-own-device culture is like a black hole sucking in IT’s time—time they could be dedicating to other projects.
OneLogin’s cloud identity management platform spans the entire application portfolio with secure single sign-on (SSO), multi-factor authentication (MFA), user provisioning, integration with common directory infrastructures such as Active Directory (AD), Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP), and various cloud directories, and more.
We recommend the following:
• IT departments leverage OneLogin for all their identity management needs
• IT departments educate users about security and safe sharing
• App owners enable Security Assertion M
Published By: OneLogin
Published Date: Oct 24, 2017
SaaS has fundamentally changed security requirements. We used to just go into work, and everything—corporate applications, sensitive customer data, employee health records, etc.—was within the “safe” four walls of the corporate network behind a firewall.
Now employees work remotely and use mobile devices, including unmanaged, personal devices. They access SaaS apps that live in the cloud without any sort of firewall that IT can use to monitor and manage access. Prominent examples include Salesforce.com, Google Apps, Office 365, Box, and many others.
As employees use these SaaS apps, they are creating proprietary company data, often confidential in nature, that exists outside the control of IT, creating new challenges for security teams.
In this new world, IT needs to track sensitive corporate data in third-party SaaS apps, and ensure that only the right people have the right level of access to it. In this whitepaper, we’ll explain ten steps on how to do that
Published By: OneLogin
Published Date: Oct 24, 2017
Corporate data spreads across an ever-growing number of applications. Users (employees, contractors, partners, and customers) access those applications over a wide range of devices.
Those devices take different forms: desktops, laptops, tablets, smartphones, smartwatches. Each device may use a different operating system.
The locations from where people access your data can be on-premises or off, and in any number of places around the globe.
Data, users, apps, devices, locations—the sheer number of permutations and combinations is mind-boggling. This complex nature of today’s IT environment opens security gaps and exposes your business to undue risk.
To illustrate, try to envision all the permutations and possible entry points for risk in your organization. Imagine that you have 400 users, each using 25 apps. When you multiply those together, that’s 10,000 potential access permissions to manage.
Access permissions change as users come and go, roles change, new apps are added, and
Published By: Red Hat
Published Date: Jan 02, 2018
Organizations are at a strategic crossroads. According to IDC analysts,1
two-thirds of CEOs will
center their corporate strategies around digital transformation initiatives. The goal of digital
transformation is only partly to make existing functions more effective. The greater goal is to be
able to do new things and use existing data in new, better ways.
Yet, 72% of current IT spending2—and the focus of IT resources—is on maintaining existing
systems. This creates tension between what needs to be done today and what should be done
for the future.
Middle-tier applications, according to IDC,3
are the core of a digital transformation strategy
because they provide data integration, messaging, and application programming interface (API)
management. Middle-tier applications also provide a platform for application development and
management that can handle traditional enterprise applications and cloud-native, distributed
Specifically, a Java™ EE-based application platform can
Published By: Tricentis
Published Date: Mar 13, 2018
Quality testing has a cross-functional, strategic impact on corporate risk management, revenue and reputation, but it often
doesn’t garner full appreciation for its role, often evidenced by a lack of investment in a best-in-class QA platform. Signs that an
existing solution isn’t sufficient include:
Published By: MarkLogic
Published Date: Nov 07, 2017
This eBook explains how databases that incorporate semantic technology make it possible to solve big data challenges that traditional databases aren’t equipped to solve. Semantics is a way to model data that focuses on relationships, adding contextual meaning around the data so it can be better understood, searched, and shared.
Read this eBook, discover the 5 steps to getting smart about semantics, and learn how by using semantics, leading organizations are integrating disparate heterogeneous data faster and easier and building smarter applications with richer analytic capabilities.
Mobile apps are the ultimate corporate dilemma: They turbo-charge productivity—but also bring security risks. You need a mobile app security strategy to navigate the challenge. Read this guide to learn the top 10 must-haves as you build yours.
Organizations expect their IT departments to deliver a SAN storage infrastructure that can support faster rollout of applications and services, continuous and fast access to data in key applications, and efficient scale to address corporate data growth without comparable growth in IT expenses. This IDC white paper reviews the key SAN storage features required to meet such challenges and the NetApp SAN storage portfolio offerings that best address your needs.
Published By: MobileIron
Published Date: Feb 14, 2019
What if you could protect your company from data loss before a mobile attack occurs? The reality is that mobile threats are everywhere and the risks are escalating. But in the world of modern work, how can IT protect mobile devices while allowing users easy access to corporate data on a device of their choice anytime, anywhere?
Watch this webinar on demand to learn how mobile threat defense is reducing risks amongst some of the largest mobility programs in the world. We will reveal:
-How mobile attacks are targeting corporate data, bypassing traditional IT defenses
-Why threat detection and remediation protects your data, without disrupting user productivity
-Why mobile threat detection is an essential component of a layered defense architecture
With one app, MobileIron Threat Defense delivers unparalleled mobile threat detection and remediation on-device without network connectivity required, and no need for users to take any action.
HR, corporate development, and employee training are rapidly approaching a new reality that’s as much science fact as science fiction. “Human Learning is About to Change Forever,” a white paper we researched in partnership with Cisco, shares nine bold predictions about how technology will impact employee training and leadership development.
Today's tech candidates are actively interacting and sharing their work on different websites, networks, and forums. As more of these channels surface, recruiters have the advantage to connect with more people in real-time, build a community based on shared interests, and to develop their employer identity among candidates.
This webinar will cover recruiting on Slack, Reddit, AngelList, and Meetup – a communication tool, aggregated news site and forum, Q&A social network, startup platform, and online portal for interest groups. Michelle Lusen, senior corporate recruiter at Slack, will join us for the webinar to share her best practices for connecting with candidates.
In this webinar, you'll learn:
How to establish rapport and develop a Slack community of candidates using private and public communication channels
Where to look on Reddit and AngelList to find people most interested in hearing about your open role
Tactics to identify and engage with domain experts on Meetup
How to navi
WE LIVE IN A WORLD WHERE WORK IS NO LONGER A PLACE WHERE YOU GO. It’s what you do — a dynamic activity that people expect to accomplish anywhere, anytime, on any device. Supporting today’s workforce requires a digital platform that empowers productivity and ensures security and management at scale everywhere: on site, on the road, or in the cloud.
According to IDC, by 2020, mobile workers will account for 72 percent of the U.S. workforce. And they won’t be just checking email. These workers want to be productive 24/7. That means access to data, documents, and corporate apps anywhere, anytime, on any device. Enterprises, however, are struggling to allow more workers to use additional devices from a multitude of locations.
Published By: Optymyze
Published Date: Feb 05, 2018
Quota planning is a big concern for sales organizations. Although decades of practice have brought the process closer to a science many companies still struggle to ensure a consistent attainment of corporate goals. This guide will help you decide on the sales quota management approach that best suits your business and get you up to speed with:
• the four key principles of effective quota management;
• the five stages to successful quota planning;
• best practices, takeaways in sales operations, and much more.
Download your free copy!
For many organizations, portals are an increasingly important way of providing critical application access to partners and/or customers. Assembled from multiple web applications, portals introduce unique identity management challenges, because unlike internal employees, users from customers or partners aren't typically stored in the corporate directory. This forces administrators to maintain multiple user-stores and end-users to register, and manage logins for, each app individually.
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