El cómputo en la nube es una tendencia importante que ofrece ventajas en flexibilidad, escalabilidad y agilidad. Aun así, ha habido un gran despliegue publicitario. La realidad es que, hasta hace poco, la nube ha tardado en despegar para desplegar soluciones de inteligencia empresarial y analítica. Las organizaciones están preocupadas por la seguridad, el rendimiento, la funcionalidad y otros problemas críticos. TDWI Research está experimentando un cambio significativo a medida que las organizaciones muestran voluntad de experimentar con la nube. Este informe expone las experiencias de las organizaciones con la inteligencia de negocios, la analítica y la nube, así como lo que debe tomarse en cuenta respecto a este tipo de plataformas.
This white paper shows how integrated security suites can help organizations achieve high security and compliance with internal and external mandates, while also providing lower out-of-pocket costs, simplified management, and no compatibility issues.
According to the American Community Survey, tele-commuting jumped 79 percent between 2005 and 2012. More than 9 million American workers did their jobs exclusively from home in 2010, according to the U.S. Census, and 30 million work from home at least once a week. And TechCast at George Washington University estimates as many as 30 percent of U.S. private sector workers could be working from home by 2019. For sales professionals, that proportion is certainly higher. The Telework Research Network found in 2011 that 70 percent of those working from home are in management, professional, sales and office jobs. If you’re in sales, you probably spend a considerable amount of time on the go. And why shouldn’t you? Smartphones offer constant, pocket-sized connectivity. Ubiquitous Wifi threatens to render the cubicle obsolete, and the right social networking strategy can sup-plant a hundred individual pitch meetings.
In the digital economy, big IT budgets, lots of brick sand mortar and an established market presence are no longer at the foundation of a competitive advantage. What matters now is the agility and speed to ensure that customer centricity is supported as an overriding priority of business operations and decision making.
Game-changing ideas are developing and competitive threats are emerging at a rapid and unpredictable pace. The resulting digital disruption is not just occurring at the margins or within isolated pockets of industry and commerce. It’s the new normal and its consequences are far reaching. The essential question for every organization in every sector is simply: Will we be the disruptor or will we allow ourselves to be the disrupted?
Many in the United States’ power generation
industry no doubt long for the relative market
tranquility of the late 20th century. The generation
plants built and operated then were carbon-fueled
or nuclear-powered, with a few hydro-electric
plants sprinkled in. The economics were largely
stable and predictable, often thanks to regulation
that shielded utilities from market fluctuations.
But even in those simpler times, when the
market was far less volatile, there was still
much due diligence required when investors
and developers were considering multi-milliondollar commitments in new generation projects.
Today’s market is more volatile, due in large part
to the disruptive effect of low-cost natural gas
and the subsequent, rapid growth of affordable
As more uneconomical and inefficient generation
plants go offline, there is, for the most part,
sufficient carbon-free or carbon-reduced
generation to meet the growing demand for
electric energy. There are pockets of growth
As the generation that pioneered the social media persona, Gen Y aren’t known for fading into the background – the average Gen Yer juggles four different social media accounts, crafting individual personalities on each. But despite their desire to stand out, today’s young people are especially keen to work together; so much so that 40% would even pay out of their own pocket for social collaboration tools at work
Despite this, workplaces aren’t always giving them the tools they need to work effectively with one another. While 38% of Gen Y feel that outdated modes of collaboration obstruct a company’s ability to innovate, 71% say they face challenges using their company’s collaboration tools. As a result, they’re taking it upon themselves to create collaborative working environments, share innovative ideas and embrace the diversity of thought that comes along with it.
Download this report to find out what Gen Yers expect from their workplaces today.
Las redes informáticas están diseñadas para facilitar el flujo de comunicación, no para impedirlo. Desafortunadamente, los paquetes de datos pueden ser manipulados de manera que parezcan normales, aunque contengan un exploit. Estas técnicas eluden las medidas de seguridad estándar y, en la mayoría de los casos, distribuyen una carga maliciosa sin ser detectada. A menudo, estas técnicas de evasión avanzadas (AETs) aprovechan propiedades de protocolos poco utilizadas, en combinaciones inesperadas y la mayoría de los dispositivos de seguridad de red no son capaces de detectarlas. Aunque muchos superan pruebas de la industria con altas calificaciones, estas se basan en la protección contra un número reducido de amenazas. Se desconoce el número exacto de AETs, pero se calcula que hay cientos de millones. Para protegerse, la seguridad de red debe incorporar algunas funciones fundamentales.
Published By: Genesys
Published Date: Feb 08, 2019
Los contact centers modernos pueden dar soporte a varios canales digitales —correo electrónico, chat, conavegación, redes sociales, video— a través de múltiples puntos de contacto digital (web o dispositivos móviles). Lo que no pueden hacer es vincular las interacciones en un journey paso a paso para brindar una experiencia personal y contextual a cada cliente.
Descargue el eBook Descubra cómo:
Diseñar una estrategia de engagement digital exitosa
Ofrecer a los agentes una visión 360 de las interacciones del cliente en todos los canales de voz y digitales
Entregar experiencias omnicanal personalizadas, contextualizadas y de poco esfuerzo
Published By: ForeScout
Published Date: Feb 18, 2014
Commissioned by ForeScout and conducted by The Tolly Group, one of the world’s leading independent product testing labs, the competitive analysis covers 34 criteria points across key functional categories: deployment, interoperability, guest management, endpoint compliance, enforcement, remediation and scalability. Before spending considerable time and resources to perform your POC, download this in-depth, 24-page report.
With a world of information and accessibility in their pockets, customers can engage with a brand whenever and wherever they want. This flexibility has made mobile technology an essential part of the way both customers and businesses interact. And to deliver experiences that feel personal and intimate, your plan needs to account for a critical building block to any relationship: trust. Read Circles of Trust: Use Mobile to Engage Better, to understand how you can leverage trust to deliver a better customer experience.
Read the white paper to learn:
• The four major circles of trust as a fresh approach to successful customer experience
• The seven steps to effective optimization
• The 3 C’s of mobile marketing
• The steps for developing a mobile optimization plan across your organization
Published By: Uberall
Published Date: Jan 24, 2019
Despite the headlines, retail isn’t headed for an apocalypse. But it is changing. A lot. Mobile commerce isn’t a beast that is going to drive your customers out of business, but how can you reassure them of that? Here are a few statistics to help channel partners paint the picture for your clients, and help them keep up with the latest changes in retail shopping!
L’évolution toujours plus rapide des fortes attentes des utilisateurs impose un rythme d’évolution soutenu à l’univers des logiciels pour gagner encore en qualité, et les tests doivent pouvoir suivre la cadence.
CA Technologies a sollicité Paul Gerrard, dirigeant de Gerrard Consulting, pour identifier les nouveaux défis liés aux tests dans l’économie numérique et les solutions qui ont émergé.
Nous abordons quelques-uns de ces sujets dans le présent eBook et dans un manuel de poche.
Per realizzare il lavoro, Digital Elektronik ha acquistato quattro robot Epson, che hanno completato l'attività in pochi mesi. Da allora Digital Elektronik ha impiegato i robot in nuove applicazioni, alcune simili e altre molto diverse, dimostrando così alcuni dei maggiori vantaggi offerti dai robot Epson: la versatilità e la possibilità di essere riutilizzati.
Volker Spanier, responsabile Factory Automation di Epson Germany, spiega: "Credo sia un ottimo esempio di come i robot Epson possono migliorare l'efficienza della linea di produzione e completare attività impossibili a mano. È bellissimo vedere i nostri robot che partecipano alla costruzione di un edificio così straordinario, che resisterà alla prova del tempo".
As much as the Digital Economy and the Internet of Everything (IoE) create opportunities for companies and consumers - over $19 trillion in value to organizations over the next decade - they also create opportunities for hackers and cybercriminals. With an expanded attack surface represented by the IoE, cybercriminals look to cash in on the estimated value of $450 billion to over $1 trillion of the Hacker Economy.
This guide walks through each of the “Big Six” objectives and provides a tactical overview of the business case, team considerations and actual content examples and templates to use for your social media initiatives.
Discover how the right Mobile Relationship Management (MRM) strategies and technologies can propel your brand to the front of the field. Winning in mobile means delivering real value to your customer's lives, and adding to that value as you learn from your customers over time. That’s where MRM fits in. Learn 10 things you can start doing now to harness the power of 3 billion mobile devices worldwide to create even stronger connections between your customers and your brand.
Want to see our best customer success stories (and maybe gather a few ideas from other brands’ best practices)? Our newest pocket-sized offering highlights customers from various industries, their objectives, and spectacular results in engagement, revenue and loyalty.
From planning, to proving, to production, there are a lot of intricate details to think about when you are considering a Linux implementation. In this webcast, Marianne Eggett summarizes industry best practices for project management of your IBM System z Linux (POC).
Live migration is essential for a dynamic data center environment. But until now, it's been impossible between different generations of processors. Intel IT and End User Platform Integration have done so successfully with Intel® Virtualization Technology FlexMigration. This white paper explains how.
Are we in the midst of a retail apocalypse?
In spite of doomsday headlines, brands that focus on the customer experience continue to succeed.
A good retail experience can be as complicated as incorporating innovative technology like 3D printing to create a clothing item on-demand, or as simple as focusing on the store employees.
Unfortunately, a lot of brands and retailers overlook the latter. In fact, only 35% of retail employees feel as though training is effective. That’s a scary number, because without a well-trained retail sales force, consumers are left to their own devices.
Published By: Workfront
Published Date: Jan 22, 2015
Are workplace zombies killing productivity? Is frustration and discouragement spreading through your team like a virus?
The Working Dead can show up in any workplace. You need to identify these zombies in your workplace and cure them before you have a workplace zombie apocalypse on your hands.
Use this guide and learn how to:
• Turn chaos into process
• Unite team members around strategic priorities
• Transform confusion into clear-eyed efficiency
Bring your team back from the undead—back to doing the work they enjoy. Get this guide and start defending your office today!
By 2014, smartphones and tablets will put power in the pockets of a billion global consumers, including your employees and partners and customers. However, mobile is not simply another device for IT to support with a shrunken website or a screen-scraped application. Rather, mobile is the visible manifestation of a much broader shift to systems of engagement that marry physical context and digital intelligence to deliver service directly into a person's hands. This shift will add value and take cost out of every business service, workflow process, and business application. But mobile engagement will also require wholesale changes to your app design, service delivery, IT skills, technology assets, and even your business model. This report lays out a vision for mobile engagement and introduces the strategic elements developed further in The CIO's Mobile Engagement playbook.
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