IT is undergoing a significant transformation as businesses look to streamline costs and roll out a new class of cloud-based applications driven by a changing digital economy. The IT infrastructure as we know it today is not well equipped to improve on the cost structure for traditional workloads nor handle the velocity demands of a new generation of workloads where IT is a focal point for competitive differentiation. As one approach to address these changing demands of IT, vendors are bringing to market new solutions under a new category called “composable infrastructure”.
Published By: Preempt
Published Date: Nov 02, 2018
In our 2018 Trends in Information Security report, we outlined a concept we referred to as the ‘identity-aware perimeter.’ The essential idea is that as new architectures such as cloud, containers, mobility and IoT take hold, controlling access to resources will increasingly need to rely on identity as an alternative to purely network-based approaches focused more on ‘where’ you are than ‘who’ you are. By combining identity with user and entity behavior and risk scoring to gate access, Preempt fits squarely within this trend, which we think could be one of the most interesting and powerful to hit the infosec market in years. Preempt has few direct competitors, and its initial challenge will be finding ways to distinguish itself from vendors in adjacent categories such as adaptive multi-factor authentication (MFA), advanced threat protection, user and entity behavior analytics (UEBA) and cloud access security brokers (CASB), to name a few. Forging a new security category is never easy,
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• Cloud technology bridges the gap between IT and the business, but on-premises cloud deployments often offer a lower TCO than the public cloud.
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Making your talent global-ready is key to your organization's future. A big part of global readiness lies in language and cultural skills. Knowledge of another language and culture builds bridges to customers and colleagues, and studies show that the ability to connect delivers measurable business impact. Building effective language and cultural learning programs is not difficult, but first HR must uncover the need - which often remains hidden from plain view.
In addition to e-books, on-demand video and GPS devices, one of the future technological innovations envisioned by AT&T in its famous early 1990s series of “You Will” commercials was an Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) system that enabled drivers to wirelessly pay their tolls as they drove through a toll booth. While that prediction was perhaps not as bold as the others (Europe began developing similar ETC systems in the 1980s), today we take for granted E-ZPass in the U.S. and similar systems where drivers can enter toll roads, HOV lanes, bridges and tunnels without having to stop at a tollbooth to pay.
Typically, these systems require a driver to put an OBU (On Board Unit, which can be called transponder or “edge” IoT device) in their vehicle and, when their vehicle passes through a toll booth, the toll booth wirelessly connects to the edge to automatically deduct the toll from their bank account.
Published By: dynatrace
Published Date: Feb 01, 2013
This paper describes how Compuware dynaTrace, part of the Compuware APM solution, bridges the gap between business and IT by bringing together Business Transaction Management (BTM) and Application Performance Management (APM) in a single system.
According to Forrester, the level of analytic satisfaction within organizations is on the decline.* The traditional multiple-step, multi-tool legacy approach is a slow, time-consuming, and in most cases, a costly process that prevents organizations from making faster decisions with confidence. Data analysts today need an agile solution that empowers them to take charge of the entire analytics process.
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MongoDB is an open-source, document database designed with both scalability and developer agility in mind. MongoDB bridges the gap between key-value stores, which are fast and scalable, and relational databases, which have rich functionality. Instead of storing data in rows and columns as one would with a relational database, MongoDB stores JSON documents with dynamic schemas.
Customers should consider three primary factors when evaluating databases: technological fit, cost, and topline implications. MongoDB's flexible and scalable data model, robust feature set, and high-performance, high-availability architecture make it suitable for a wide range of database use cases. Given that in many cases relational databases may also be a technological fit, it is helpful to consider the relative costs of each solution when evaluating which database to adopt.
Organizations are increasingly adopting a hybrid cloud computing strategy to realize the benefits without compromising on security and control. The integration at the network, infrastructure, and process layers that is required by hybrid models can be addressed by three new cloud-focused solution types: bridges, brokers, and gateways. This paper gives you the insight you need to better understand which architectural approach will meet your requirements and expectations.
You’ll learn what the 12 pitfalls of IT Systems Management really are, as well as the bridges you need to cross them. Learn what the big framework solutions don't want you to know, and why they might not be the answer for your IT Department. Learn to leverage what you have and your limited budget to get you the Systems Management tools and Solutions you need.
Though IP telephony has been available commercially since the mid ‘90s, it remains an emerging technology for many organizations. Only about 28% of companies have moved all endpoints (handsets, softphones, audio bridges) to IP, according to Nemertes’ research data. The rest of organizations are either in the process of migrating fully to IP, stuck in a hybrid rollout requiring them to manage typically multiple TDM and IP providers, or firmly planted in TDM.
This report reviews the issues and benefits associated with moving to an all-IP environment, based on interviews with IT professionals who have moved to all IP or are in the process of doing so.
Organizations are increasingly adopting a hybrid cloud computing strategy to realize the benefits without compromising on security and control. Learn of the 3 categories of solutions focused on integrating data centers with cloud.
This paper explores the use of tokenization as a best practice in improving the security of credit card transactions, while at the same time minimizing the headaches and angst associated with PCI DSS compliance.
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With a network of more than 200 stores across Canada, Giant Tiger wanted to find a better way to align local financial and operational planning with central corporate objectives. Learn how they automated budgeting and forecasting processes and enabled store-based users to enter actual data directly into the system via a simple web interface to reduce the budgeting cycle by up to 85 percent, save approximately 220 hours per month for store-based staff, and receive a full return on investment within 24 months.