Published By: Uberall
Published Date: Apr 12, 2019
Ein Online-Filialfinder ist einer der wichtigsten Bestandteile Ihrer Website. Er sorgt dafür, dass Online-Suchende zu Offline-Kunden werden. Die Voraussetzung: Ein optimales Nutzererlebnis. Wir haben die 10 Schlüsselfaktoren zusammengestellt, die Ihren perfekten Filialfinder ausmachen.
How do some of the world’s biggest organizations transform their global HR operations? The five companies profiled in this eBook made their HR transformation journeys in very different ways, but they all arrived at the same destination—a single system that streamlines processes and boosts engagement across the entire organization. Read now to get their stories.
In this report, VSI applies HERE’s HD map data to a lane keeping application and examines performance of lane keeping with a map-based approach compared to a camera and computer vision-based approach.
VSI tested the lane keeping system with and without map data on a local road in 3 scenarios:
Lane lines expanding into a turn or exit lane
An intersection without lane lines
A widening in the lane
The results show that in all scenarios, the computer-vision-only lane keeping systems got confused and made errors in a vehicle’s trajectory when lane markings were out of the ordinary or invisible. Faced with the same road conditions, the map-based lane keeping system stayed within the desired trajectory outperforming the compute- vision-only systems.
This report proves that using a lane model from an HD map can solve common issues involved in computer-vision-only lane keeping.
Colocation providers are dealing with market forces that represent both great opportunity and significant challenge – in some cases from the same development. Providers have to deal with an ever-changing set of buyers, with CFOs and COOs playing an increased role in the decision-making. And they need to address emerging trends such as the Internet of Things and cloud computing, which can have both a positive and negative impact on their businesses.
Die HCM-Technologie unterstützt Unternehmen entscheidend beim Aufstieg des Social Enterprise. Sie ermöglicht das Management des gesamten Personallebenszyklus und liefert Analysen, um wichtige Geschäftsentscheidungen voranzubringen. Lesen Sie, welche vier Schritte Unternehmen jetzt ergreifen sollten.
Published By: Cisco EMEA
Published Date: Mar 26, 2019
Imagine if you could see deep into the future. And way back into the past, both at the same time. Imagine having visibility of everything that had ever happened and everything that was ever going to happen, everywhere, all at once.
And then imagine processing power strong enough to make sense of all this data in every language and in every dimension. Unless you’ve achieved that digital data nirvana (and you haven’t told the rest of us), you’re going to have some unknowns in your world.
In the world of security, unknown threats exist outside the enterprise in the form of malicious actors, state-sponsored attacks and malware that moves fast and destroys everything it touches. The unknown exists inside the enterprise in the form of insider threat from rogue employees or careless contractors – which was deemed by 24% of our survey respondents to pose the most serious risk to their organizations. The unknown exists in the form of new devices, new cloud applications, and new data. The unk
Published By: Cohesity
Published Date: Mar 26, 2019
Every 14 seconds. That’s how often analysts predict ransomware will attack a business this year.
Despite the best efforts to thwart ransomware attacks, cyber criminals are innovative, and they continue to create new malware. This means more sophisticated and targeted ransomware attacks are coming—all with the same goal: Disrupt business operations in the hopes victims will pay to restore order.
No industry is immune. And because enterprises are now even more attractive targets than consumers, your organization must proactively prepare for when, not if, cyber criminals come for your data.
One of the best ways to learn is from your peers. How do they drive innovation? What are their challenges and business problems? And what technology and processes are they using to solve them? We’re all partners in this analytics journey. Sharing our experiences is how we learn, grow and find a better way.
In this ebook, you’ll meet fellow CIOs and technology innovators. Through their stories, you’ll see how organizations of all sizes, all over the globe, encounter many of the same daily challenges. Most importantly, you’ll learn how they’re successfully overcoming them.
Digital security has never taken on greater urgency. Today we live in a fundamentally connected ecosystem where we increasingly work, play, and indeed live most of our lives online. Whether we are enterprise users or endpoint consumers, our digital experiences are increasingly delivered to us on our connected devices - wherever we are, whenever we want them.
For InfoSec professionals, this interconnected ecosystem is wreaking havoc with the idea of "the perimeter." In fact, the perimeter as we know it no longer exits. The attack surface is always shifting and continues to disperse across a wider area. At the same time, attacks continue to grow in size and volume, and are increasingly targeted.
No longer can you secure the perimeter and trust that nothing will get in or out. What you need to deploy and manage is being redefined right before your eyes, with or without you. You need to take security to the edge.
KEEP YOUR TEAMS MOVING AND PATIENTS SAFER
More and more patients are turning to Ambulatory Surgery Centers (ASC) for outpatient surgeries, diagnostic testing and preventive procedures. Case volumes continue to rise and competition for patients is intensifying. At the same time, reimbursement rates are declining. How are ASCs thriving in this rapidly-changing climate? By incorporating sophisticated data capture solutions throughout the patient journey, ASCs are enhancing patient safety, improving clinical work flows and reducing overall costs.
Published By: Cohesity
Published Date: Mar 19, 2019
Every 14 seconds. That’s how often analysts predict ransomware will attack a business this year.1
Despite the best efforts to thwart ransomware attacks, cyber criminals are innovative, and they continue to create new malware. This means more
sophisticated and targeted ransomware attacks are coming—all with the same goal: Disrupt business operations in the hopes victims will pay to
No industry is immune. And because enterprises are now even more attractive targets than consumers,2 your organization must proactively
prepare for when, not if, cyber criminals come for your data.
Regardless of the size of the vehicles, and often despite the utmost caution, operating vehicles can be a risky endeavor.
According to the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration, highway accidents accounted for 37,461 deaths in the U.S. in 2016.1 Moreover, a recent study by Motus, a vehicle management and reimbursement platform, found that 40% of all motor vehicle accidents are work-related and cost employers a staggering $56.7 billion in 2017, taking into account medical expenses, property damage, increased insurance premiums, and lost productivity.2 While liability insurance is an important way for employers to address that risk, it’s by no means a panacea. Companies can and should be doing more to lessen the likelihood of accidents in the first place. And given that the vast majority (94%, according to NHTSA’s study) stem from driver-related actions or inactions as opposed to equipment malfunctions, one of the most important ways of doing so is to ensure that the in
Best practices for taking control.
The numbers don’t lie: Driver monitoring can reduce accidents, save organizations money, and protect the people and communities you serve.
Advances in safety technology, like comprehensive driver monitoring solutions, are enabling companies not only to stay safer, but to better navigate the tricky territory of insurance. By following a few new best practices, you can manage insurance costs and protect your company’s bottom line before your drivers even hit the road.
In our free white paper, “Lowering Commercial Automotive Fleet Insurance Costs,” we’ll show you:
• The many ways vehicle crashes affect the bottom line
• A deeper look at the risks of employer- and employee-owned vehicles
• How negligent entrustment suits can snare companies in any industry
• How to mitigate risk and take control of insurance
Collaboration among compliance safety, and risk
DS Services, a distributor of leading beverage brands to residential and business customers, employs more than 3,500 drivers nationwide. Tracking its drivers – and ensuring they’re qualified to be behind the wheel – isn’t easy. “Reviewing motor vehicle records (MVRs) can take weeks, as every state reports violation information differently,” says Jason Gay, DOT compliance administrator for DS Services. “I was spending 12 to 15 hours a week on paperwork alone. It was time to simplify the process.”
DS Services originally turned to SambaSafety to help reduce paperwork and increase efficiency; however, by incorporating continuous driver monitoring into its safety program, DS Services is able to impact its business in . other positive ways.
Three myths about driver safety can cause business leaders to make dangerous decisions -- exposing their organizations to unnecessary risk.
Our free white paper Driver Monitoring: Myth vs. Reality, will show you:
• Why background checks, public records, and license checks are inadequate
• Why pulling Motor Vehicle Records once or twice a year isn’t enough
• How to go beyond telematics and GPS to create real behavioral insights
• The four best practices for comprehensive driver monitoring
What you don't know could hurt your bottom line
Let’s begin with a question: Do you know who is behind the wheel? The reality is that for many enterprises with employees who drive as part of their job, the answer is, “I think so,” or maybe, “no.” Driver risk management has recently become a top issue for many organizations since it directly affects budgets and the bottom line. The fact that there are more than 100 million people driving for work-related activities on U.S. roads and many of them have invalid, suspended or no driver’s license at all should be cause enough for concern. But combining this with the facts that:
• most organizations’ budgets are at best flat
• P&C insurance rates are rising 14% every 2 years
• 90% of crashes are due to human error
• there are fewer qualified drivers available today
• the number of lawsuits around negligence are skyrocketing
• and it becomes clear that understanding exposure to driver risk is imperative for every organization.
So what do
Today, it’s commonplace for companies to check the motor vehicle records (MVRs) of their drivers once a year. That’s considered due diligence. But what if one driver gets a moving violation or a citation for driving under the influence three weeks after the report was pulled? It could take months for that potentially costly issue to come to light. Likewise, a driver safety policy issued annually is typically worth about as much as the paper it’s written on. There is great potential in setting high standards and creating positive driving behaviors, but this must be a continual process informed by concrete policies, shared motivation to improve, useful data, and quality leadership. Fortunately, several important practices can help companies create a better safety culture –saving money, reducing risk and legal vulnerability, and keeping employees and communities safe. Here’s how.
Published By: Lenovo UK
Published Date: Mar 14, 2019
An increasingly tech-savvy workforce is changing the future of work and the workplace.
The workplace is now where your people are, not where they go – whether that’s the public space of a coffee shop or private space at home.
Working hours are no longer standard, dictated by the tasks to be done, not by the clock.
Work tools are no longer based only on workplace technology. The same cool features used in consumer devices, such as touch, are now required for workplace devices.
It’s this familiar, smart technology that keeps people, across the generations, happy, productive and engaged. This dynamic IT is the foundation for a smart workplace that will enable you to attract and keep top talent – and shape the future-ready enterprise, now.
Traditional remote access technologies—like VPNs, proxies,and remote desktops—provide access in much the same way they did 20 years ago. However, new and growing business realities—like a growing mobile and distributed workforce—are forcing enterprises to take a different approach to address the complexity and security challenges that traditional access technologies present. Read this whitepaper to learn 5 key reasons why it’s time for enterprises to adopt a new remote access model.
Published By: 3D Systems
Published Date: Mar 07, 2019
To stay competitive, manufacturers have to meet the rapidly changing needs of customers while retaining high quality products, at the same time as controlling costs. Product lifetimes are shrinking and customers are expecting more customization and innovation. Agility is the key to staying ahead of the competition and meeting the needs of customers.
The FabPro 1000 entry-level industrial 3D printer delivers production-grade parts, at high speed, with six sigma repeatability, and can be used across a distributed manufacturing and engineering enterprise. With a low cost of entry, FabPro 1000 enables agile manufacturing operations to meet customer needs rapidly and effectively empowers engineers to deliver more value and quality in the product development process.
To find out more download this whitepaper today!
Published By: Dell DnCP
Published Date: Mar 06, 2019
Forrester Consulting führte eine Total Economic Impact™-(TEI-)Studie durch, um Lesern einen Rahmen für die Bewertung der möglichen finanziellen Auswirkungen der Verwendung von Dells UltraSharpMonitoren mit über 27 Zoll auf ihre Unternehmen zu bieten. Um die mit diesen Investitionen verbundenen wirtschaftlichen Vorteile, Kosten und Risiken besser zu verstehen, befragte Forrester einen Kunden aus der globalen Finanzdienstleistungsbranche, der Erfahrung mit dem Einsatz von Dell-Monitoren hat.
Diese Zusammenfassung basiert auf einer vollständigen TEI-Studie, die Sie hier herunterladen können.
Published By: Dell EMEA
Published Date: Mar 05, 2019
In einem Geschäftsumfeld, das zunehmend von aggressiver Malware, Ransomware und Datendiebstahl bedroht wird, bieten Dell ClientGeräte und Dell Endpoint Security Portfolio eine einzigartige Hardware-/ Softwarekombinationslösung. Sie integriert einen revolutionären Bedrohungsschutz mit Verschlüsselung der Enterprise-Klasse und Authentifizierung – alles über eine einzige Konsole verwaltet.
Erfahren Sie mehr über Dell Lösungen in Zusammenarbeit mit Intel®.
Published By: Dell EMEA
Published Date: Mar 05, 2019
Dell Technologies schloss sich kürzlich mit dem Institute for the Future (IFTF) und 20 Experten aus unterschiedlichen Ländern zusammen, um eine Zukunftsaussicht zu entwerfen, einen Vorausblick auf die Entwicklung von aufstrebenden Technologien – wie z. B. künstliche Intelligenz (KI) und das Internet der Dinge (Internet of Things, IoT) – und deren Einfluss auf unsere Lebens- und Arbeitsweise bis 2030. Auf diese Weise wollte Dell Technologies Erkenntnisse erreichen, die Unternehmen dabei unterstützen, das kommende Jahrzehnt zu meistern. Die Schlussfolgerung der Experten war, dass wir uns an einem Scheidepunkt befinden, auf dem Weg in eine neue Ära der Partnerschaft zwischen Mensch und Maschine.
Erfahren Sie mehr über Dell Lösungen in Zusammenarbeit mit Intel®.
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