Have you ever wondered which enterprise cloud apps are most popular? Or which industries tend to use Office 365 versus Google Apps? Did you know that 43% of Okta customers have enabled deprovisioning? From where we sit, Okta has a unique view into the adoption and utilization of cloud apps in the enterprise. Our Businesses @ Work report takes an in-depth look into how organizations and people work today, and the apps and services they use to be productive.
You're moving towards Office 365 and you want true single sign-on for users. You also want to ensure authentication is directly tied back to the policies and user status in Active Directory. With Okta's lightweight agent, you can minimize your on-prem footprint as you move to the cloud. Zero servers and on-prem software to deploy, update and manage means lower TCO. Download this white paper to learn more!
Microsoft made a massive push to the cloud in 2014, and as a result Office 365 is taking off. We’re seeing it in how Okta customers are using Okta to connect to Office 365 in increasing numbers. However, Office 365 is unlike any other cloud app in its complexity, and it is best for IT to plan and deploy solutions around identity and mobility management in concert with their Office 365 rollout to get maximum user adoption. Download this white paper now!
Microsoft is making a massive push to the cloud. As a result, Office 365 is taking off. But in its complexity, Office 365 is unlike any other cloud app. Often this causes impactful deployment delays. Instead of relying on legacy tools Microsoft gives away, learn to remove the identity barriers for your Office 365 migration while building a foundation from which to launch your entire future cloud strategy. Watch now!
Over 60% of leaders state that culture is more important to organizational transformation than strategy or operating model. Learn the 4 ways Chief Human Resources Officers (CHROs) can leverage culture to ensure effective organizational change.
The sponsor named below commissioned Ardent Partners to write this report. While the report topic In 2015, collaboration is the name of the game in procurement and frequently entails working with key internal stakeholders (like line-of-business managers and legal departments) or preferred suppliers to drive greater value through sourcing and procurement. For Chief Procurement Officers ("CPOs") and other supply management leaders, collaboration has taken on many new and innovative forms over the years, causing these executives to leverage new (and, in some cases, existing) processes, relationships, and technologies to enhance compliance, decrease risk, and increase savings. One such business process, contract management, has been reborn with digital, automated features that can shift the way procurement teams collaborate, mitigate risk, drive performance, and realize greater savings for the enterprise.
Protecting PHI is not optional. Data security is so important in healthcare that fear of jeopardizing patient privacy and facing fines leads many providers to reject modern and more efficient cloud software. However, the facts tell a different story. Read this eye-opening e-book to get the facts on how the cloud can help your office provide better, more secure patient care:
How built-in data encryption keeps your PHI, DICOM studies safe
Why more security pros are concerned with user behavior than cloud tools
What your organization should know about the cloud and compliance
54% of UK office workers spend some of their time working away from the office, but how do you make sure they’re able to interact with clients and each other? You can’t afford to miss a beat. Download this e-Book for 5 tips to collaborate with your clients from anywhere, including how to:
Use the cloud without compromising security
Make client meetings feel more personal
Customize your mobile alerts to ensure they’re helpful
In just a few years, we’ve learned to rely on our phones for
everything from banking to email to watching cat videos.
Most importantly, it’s a safe bet your employees are
using mobile devices for work-related activities as well –
whether your IT department is prepared for it or not. The
proliferation of internet devices makes it simply too easy
for employees to check emails en route to the office or give
a project that final once over from their couch at home.
Smart businesses are already taking advantage of this
trend, and reaping the benefits of productivity and
employee satisfaction. Is yours?
This report looks at the biggest changes in firms’ expectations of their chief information security officers (CiSOs) and provides specific examples of how top information security professionals rise to those occasions.
Enterprises and managed service providers (MSPs) have some similar challenges in the realm of data protection. Both have to deal with expansive environments—with enterprises protecting distributed offices/geographies, and MSPs protecting many independent subscribers. Both also have been seeing production data storage and secondary protection storage demands rising. Enterprises and MSPs alike should therefore be looking for data protection architectures that have scale-out capabilities built into their core foundation.
Small server rooms and branch offices are typically unorganized, unsecure, hot, unmonitored, and space constrained. These conditions can lead to system downtime or, at the very least, lead to “close calls” that get management’s attention. Practical experience with these problems reveals a short list of effective methods to improve the availability of IT operations within small server rooms and branch offices. This paper discusses making realistic improvements to power, cooling, racks, physical security, monitoring, and lighting. The focus of
this paper is on small server rooms and branch offices with up to 10kW of IT load.
There’s an alarming digital divide within many companies. Marketers are developing nimble software to give customers an engaging, personalized experience, while IT departments remain focused on the legacy infrastructure. The front and back ends aren’t working together, resulting in appealing websites and apps that don’t quite deliver.
We’ve arrived at this misalignment for understandable reasons. Previously, most chief information officers (CIOs) were hired to digitize and bring order to companies’ internal systems and processes. They saw websites as marketing channels and were happy to let chief marketing officers (CMOs) oversee that province of technology. They had, and still have, plenty to do just to keep internal operations running smoothly. Marketers soon got into the habit of developing not just content, but also software programs to better reach and transact with customers. But now that websites and apps are becoming cornerstones of the business, the stakes are too high to al
Not so very long ago, corporate executives commuted to a gleaming headquarters
building, often in a beautifully landscaped suburban campus. Greeted by
attentive security guards and smiling receptionists, they walked down well-appointed
hallways lined with mahogany paneling and expensive artwork to their
offices on the executive floor. There, they reviewed petitions that had percolated
up the ladder, and dispatched decisions to be executed by the army of troops on
the front lines. After decades of hard work, these individuals had ascended to
the top of their pyramid, overseeing the processes and practices that made the
enterprise work, and enjoying all the perquisites and power of a C-suite functional
officer in the corporate center of a major company.
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The diversity and bureaucratic nature of government agencies have complicated communication for decades. But today digital technologies offer a path to connectivity and information sharing that could help break the gridlock. Innovative mobile and field force automation (FFA) technologies are helping state and federal government agencies break down the walls that hindered cooperation and decision making between offices and field personnel.
This document is designed to help ensure that your mobile device platform selection and processes provide the power, reliability, and flexibility you need to achieve your mission — in the office, in the field, or ten flights up in the air.
Finance can now move beyond the back office to lead business strategy with new technology and analytics. Want to learn how that’s done? Come see how finance can help your organization become more agile and competitive in today’s digitized business environment.
Amazon Web Services has a long history of successfully supporting Microsoft workloads, with hundreds of thousands of customers across a wide variety of industries running their Microsoft workloads on AWS. Customers have successfully deployed virtually every Microsoft application available on the AWS Cloud, including (but not limited to) Microsoft Office, Microsoft Windows Server, Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft Exchange Server, Microsoft SharePoint Server, Microsoft Skype for Business, Microsoft Dynamics products, and Microsoft Remote Desktop Services. This guide covers the benefits of moving Microsoft workloads to the Cloud and how to get started.
The following insights should be used as a resource for Chief Financial Officers (CFOs) as they lead or support their organisation through a cloud adoption journey.
It is designed to provide an overview of cloud adoption drivers, costs, risks, and benefits, as well as raise important questions about staffing and technology decisions that are critical to success. It is also intended to help inform business cases, while surfacing measurements and indicators specific to cloud environments that impact the bottom line.
The foundational guidance provided is a collection of insights captured and distilled from direct conversations and engagements between Amazon Web Services (AWS) and customer CFOs representing an extensive range of industries.
Exploits are one of the main techniques used by cybercriminals to spread malware. They take advantage of weaknesses in legitimate software products like Flash and Microsoft Office to infect computers for their criminal ends. A single exploit can be used by myriad separate pieces of malware, all with different payloads.
Read this paper to learn more about exploits and how to stop them. We’ll explore how exploits work, the exploit industry overall, what makes a good exploit in the eyes of the cybercriminals, and also how anti-exploit technology is a highly efficient and effective way to secure your organization against advanced and unknown threats.
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