Data is the lifeblood of business. And in the era of digital business,
the organizations that utilize data most effectively are also the most
successful. Whether structured, unstructured or semi-structured,
rapidly increasing data quantities must be brought into organizations,
stored and put to work to enable business strategies. Data integration
tools play a critical role in extracting data from a variety of sources and
making it available for enterprise applications, business intelligence
(BI), machine learning (ML) and other purposes. Many organization
seek to enhance the value of data for line-of-business managers by
enabling self-service access. This is increasingly important as large
volumes of unstructured data from Internet-of-Things (IOT) devices
are presenting organizations with opportunities for game-changing
insights from big data analytics. A new survey of 369 IT professionals,
from managers to directors and VPs of IT, by BizTechInsights on
behalf of IBM reveals the challe
Leave unwieldy infrastructure behind and get cloud-ready with Oracle Exadata. If you’re finding that on-premises IT infrastructure complexity is holding you back, it’s time to streamline and simplify. Find out more about our family of purpose-built Oracle systems that can help you consolidate infrastructure and get the performance your business needs. You’ll be ready to make the most of cloud benefits, when the time’s right for you.
Published By: DigiCert
Published Date: Jun 19, 2018
Your website is your most important digital asset and so protecting it is as important as ensuring positive cash flow, paying staff salaries and keeping the lights on in the head office.
Despite the threats and the importance of website security, IT department organization, goals and technology – their ‘website security architecture’ – is often unfit for the purpose.
With correct planning and strong execution, CIOs and CISOs can create a problem-solving, self-aware, agile organization that is better protected against fast-changing threats. This white paper explores the challenges they face and suggests a roadmap for change.
• When it comes to the cloud, most businesses have moved from wait-and-see to a "how do we make it happen now?" approach.
• But the complexities of moving valuable content from legacy systems to the cloud is still a daunting challenge. That's why some businesses are putting off the move even though they're painfully aware of the limitations of legacy infrastructure like network shares, enterprise content management systems and general purpose file servers.
• The good news is the upside of migrating away from legacy infrastructure to a Cloud Content Management platform is far greater than the effort to get there. All you need is a plan.
• Our new eBook, From legacy infrastructure to the cloud: A migration journey in 5 steps, gives you a clear, methodical process for migrating your organization to a Cloud Content Management solution.
Last week, SAP Ariba held a human trafficking roundtable event at its SAP Hudson Yards New York City
offices. The roundtable focused on the United Nations Global Compact that adopted 17 sustainable
development goals for its 2030 agenda two years ago. While most individuals and businesses believe
slavery was abolished years ago, there are currently over 40 million forced laborers worldwide. The
United Nations Global Compact initiative is assisting in highlighting the problem of modern slavery,
forced labor, and noncompliance with human rights. And this initiative lines up quite well with
procurement and global supply chains.
Published By: Zscaler
Published Date: Jun 19, 2019
The purpose of this document is to provide security guidance for routing traffic locally from your branch office locations to enable direct access to the internet and cloud applications. We will outline the five requirements for architecting the ideal solution. But first, let’s discuss why secure local internet breakouts have become necessary.
This white paper considers the pressures that enterprises face as the volume, variety, and velocity of relevant data mount and the time to insight seems unacceptably long. Most IT environments seeking to leverage statistical data in a useful way for analysis that can power decision making must glean that data from many sources, put it together in a relational database that requires special configuration and tuning, and only then make it available for data scientists to build models that are useful for business analysts. The complexity of all this is further compounded by the need to collect and analyze data that may reside in a classic datacenter on the premises as well as in private and public cloud systems. This need demands that the configuration support a hybrid cloud environment. After describing these issues, we consider the usefulness of a purpose-built database system that can accelerate access to and management of relevant data and is designed to deliver high performance for t
Video data is a key part of surveillance as well as many other types of IoT implementations. But video data can be complex and costly to gather, transmit, and analyze. AllGoVision* provides an innovative analytics solution, purpose-built for video data. Powered by Intel® architecture, the solution has been deployed in more than 100 installations in 35 countries. It rapidly analyzes video from surveillance cameras for designated parameters, including specified factors, behavior patterns, motion tracking of people and objects, and environmental monitoring.
All organizations should aspire to have the people, processes, and tools necessary to effectively execute an on-going penetration testing program. Failure to do so may result in poor tool selections, testing mistakes, and faulty interpretation of results that often lead to a false sense of security putting the enterprise at risk. IT security and audit staff, along with their managers and directors, should read this paper to clarify and misunderstandings about penetrating testing - from the true purposes and goals, to important process considerations, to tools and tester selection issues, and finally to safe and effective ethical hacking approaches.
When you're accepting digital submissions for contests, awards, or another purpose, organization is crucial.
Today's consumers have high expectations when it comes to the online submission process. If they can't get their information to you quickly and easily, they may not complete their contest or award entry at all. It's easy to see the value in a quality submission software to manage your contest or award, but making that final product choice can be difficult.
When you have the right tools in place, you can manage submissions for multiple contests and awards with ease. A powerful submission management software helps you set up sleek online forms, organize your incoming submissions, and collaborate with your team as you consider each submitter. Take the time to evaluate your options so you can find a product that meets all your team's needs.
Submission management software can go a long way toward simplifying your contest or award submission and review process. Before you buy, t
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