In order to improve competitive advantage, decision making, and operational efficiencies, many of today’s leading organizations are creating an Office of the Chief Data Officer. According to Gartner, “90 percent of large companies will have a CDO role by the end of 2019”.
FRONTEO provides end-to-end project management, litigation consulting and eDiscovery solutions for a global base of law firms and corporations. To meet customers’ time-critical information needs, Chief Operating Officer David Wilner, requires connectivity and data center solutions that can handle hundreds of terabytes of data—reliably and at top speeds.
That’s why, by 2013, Wilner could no longer tolerate the reliability issues he was having with the company’s previous network provider. In search of a better partner, Wilner’s team chose Spectrum Enterprise. Unlike other providers who, Wilner felt, take little accountability for network reliability, he appreciated that— same as FRONTEO itself—Spectrum Enterprise offered a true end-to-end solution.
As companies seek to innovate and engage
customers through digital channels, they need
superstar security leaders — business executives
who know how to protect, support, and drive
performance. 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.
In 2017, review sources proliferated, consumers became more savvy about the validity of online reviews, and the position of Chief Experience Officer started to gain traction among locationbased organizations. ORM and SEO became increasingly intertwined as Google refined its search algorithms with a strong emphasis on reviews and star ratings.
Change is inevitable. Any successful business manager knows their organization must continually evolve to stay relevant and competitive. Whether it’s the packaged goods company that has reached the limits of its market, or the financial giant integrating a new software platform, or the global corporation building teams, adaptability is imperative. Having resilient employees that are open to change and better equipped to cope with stress is key.
But it may surprise you to learn who among your employees will weather the storm and who won’t. The Chief Technology Officer? Or the lead on the innovation project? Your top analyst? While some managers understandably assume that their highest earning, most highly educated employees are all highly resilient, they may need to think again.
A study from meQuilibrium, the only clinically validated resilience building program on the market today, conducted by behavioral scientist Wendy Lynch, Ph.D., and psychologist Andrew Shatté, Ph.D., shows that a
The insurance industry stands on the precipice of change, with waves of innovation and disruption driving new possibilities across all departments, including pricing, underwriting, claims, and fraud.
This webinar recording of a live panel debate is ideal for insurance professionals wanting to understand how best to unlock the possibilities created by advanced analytical techniques such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), and others.
This TIBCO and Marketforce webinar on “The Fourth Industrial Revolution in Insurance” includes speakers Ian Thompson, chief claims officer at Zurich; David Williams, chief underwriting officer at AXA; and Clare Lunn, GI fraud director at LV=. The panel discusses:
Moving towards the algorithmic insurer: the opportunities created by AI and ML
How insurers can become more agile in the face of new innovations and disruptive technologies
How the industry can turn structured and unstructured data into insights
Cisco estimates that the Internet of Everything (IoE) — the networked connection of people, process, data, and things — will generate $19 trillion in Value at Stake for the private and public sectors combined between 2013 and 2022. More than 42 percent of this value — $8 trillion — will come from one of IoE’s chief enablers, the Internet of Things (IoT).
Gain an Edge by Taking Analytics to the Edge!
Great business leaders believe in the ability of HR to transform an organization. However, simply having a CHRO does not guarantee results. This complimentary white paper from SuccessFactors identifies five key ways that CHROs have an impact on the business.
Hear ENGIE’s Deputy Group CIO Claude Pierre and Chief Infrastructure Officer Youssef Tahani detail how they connected 24 business units globally, while facilitating adaptation and innovation at the local level.
Today, digital is everywhere—cloud, mobile, social and the Internet of Things are changing the way we all work and play. This rapidly evolving digital world is also redefining the relationship between your business and your customers, who now expect a convenient, interactive experience from their preferred brands.
Security is also a concern. Risk is rising, as both the enterprise and its customers exchange a growing amount of sensitive data. This transformation is also amplifying competition. As analyst Mark Raskino notes, “As a consequence, all players rebuilt their strategies around the same time, and all have awakened to the power of digital business at the same time. Contention is therefore inevitable.”
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Oggi la tecnologia digitale è ovunque: cloud, mobility, social network e Internet of Things stanno cambiando il modo in cui tutti noi lavoriamo e ci divertiamo. Questo mondo digitale in rapida evoluzione sta anche rimodellando il rapporto tra le aziende e i clienti, che ora si aspettano dai propri brand preferiti un'esperienza utile e interattiva. Anche la sicurezza è motivo di preoccupazione. Azienda e clienti si scambiano un volume in continuo aumento di dati sensibili, aumentando i fattori di rischio.La trasformazione del mercato sta inoltre intensificando la concorrenza. Come osserva l'analista Mark Raskino, "Come conseguenza, tutti i contendenti hanno rielaborato le proprie strategie e si sono risvegliate alla potenza del business digitale nello stesso momento. Il conflitto è quindi inevitabile.
Die Welt ist heute digital – Cloud, Mobilität, Social Media und das Internet of Things verändern Arbeit und Freizeit für jeden. Diese sich schnell weiterentwickelnde digitale Welt definiert auch die Beziehung zwischen Ihrem Unternehmen und Ihren Kunden neu. Die Kunden erwarten von ihren bevorzugten Marken heute eine komfortable, interaktive User Experience. Auch die Security ist ein wichtiges Anliegen. Die Risiken wachsen, da Unternehmen und Kunden immer mehr vertrauliche Daten austauschen.Diese Transformation verstärkt auch den Wettbewerb. In den Worten des Analysten Mark Raskino: „Daher revidierten alle Akteure ihre Strategien ungefähr gleichzeitig, und allen wurde die Macht der digitalen Wirtschaft etwa zur gleichen Zeit bewusst. Konkurrenz ist also unvermeidlich.“
The past year ushered in some big changes for Online Reputation
Management (ORM) — and the practice has become indispensable for any
In 2017, review sources proliferated, consumers became more savvy about the validity of online
reviews, and the position of Chief Experience Officer started to gain traction among locationbased
organizations. ORM and SEO became increasingly intertwined as Google refined its search
algorithms with a strong emphasis on reviews and star ratings.
This year, expect to see these four trends move to the forefront:
1) Google will extend its dominance in online review volume and consumer exposure, eclipsing all
other specialty sites.
2) SEO will be reinvented as user-generated reviews weigh more heavily in search rankings.
3) The voice of the customer will no longer be siloed across disconnected categories.
4) Consumer feedback from reviews and social media will drive operational improvements.
A New Security Model Worth Understanding—and Emulating Enterprise security traditionally relied on a fortress strategy that locked down user endpoints and created walls around the network.
Today, this strategy cannot support or secure the use of mobile devices and SaaS capabilities, which exist outside the fortress. As a result, Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) have been looking for new solutions that can secure these technologies today, and adapt as threats and business needs change.
The credit card industry’s security model is one example that provides a new way to think about risk and contain it—that is, if you can see past the occasional bad rap it’s gotten from attacks and breaches.
Un nuovo modello di sicurezza che vale la pena di studiare, e di imitare.
La sicurezza enterprise si basa, tradizionalmente, su una strategia che blocca gli endpoint degli utenti e posiziona la rete all'interno di una sorta di perimetro fortificato. Oggi, questa strategia non è in grado di supportare né proteggere l'uso di device mobile e le funzionalità SaaS, che esistono al di fuori di quel perimetro. Di conseguenza, i Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) sono alla ricerca di soluzioni nuove, in grado di tutelare queste tecnologie e di adattarsi al modificarsi di minacce ed esigenze di business.
Ein neues Security-Modell, das Sie verstehen und nachahmen sollten.
Die Security in Unternehmen ähnelte bisher einer Festungsstrategie, die Anwenderendpunkte abschottete und Mauern um das Netzwerk baute. Heutzutage kann diese Strategie die Nutzung von Mobile Devices und SaaS-Funktionen (Software-as-a-Service), die sich außerhalb der Festung befinden, nicht mehr unterstützen. Daher haben sich Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) nach neuen Lösungen umgesehen, die diese Technologien heute sichern können und die sich einer Zeit anpassen, in der sich sowohl Bedrohungen als auch Unternehmensanforderungen verändern.
Un nouveau modèle de sécurité qui mérite d’être étudié... et reproduit.
Traditionnellement, la sécurité des entreprises a toujours été fondée sur une stratégie de « forteresse », chargée de sécuriser les terminaux utilisateur et de former une barrière de protection autour du réseau. Aujourd’hui, cette stratégie n’est pas en mesure de supporter ou de sécuriser l’utilisation des périphériques mobiles et des fonctionnalités SaaS, qui existent en-dehors de la forteresse. Les responsables de la sécurité des informations (CISO, Chief Information Security Officer) sont donc tenus de trouver de nouvelles solutions à même de sécuriser ces technologies actuelles, et de s’adapter aux menaces et aux besoins métier en évolution.
This paper highlights the advances in closed-loop marketing that enable measurement and optimization of digital marketing efforts. It also describes the challenges that CMOs face when pursuing digital marketing strategies and how next-generation WCM solutions help CMOs overcome those challenges.
Building an online marketing strategy to drive campaign effectiveness and business success. This paper highlights the ingredients involved in a successful MCM strategy and introduces how the next-generation online marketing platform can help achieve your MCM goals.
Published By: Siemens
Published Date: Jun 06, 2014
This interview features answers to common questions about HIE technology by Tom Pacek, the health system’s Vice President and Chief Information Officer, and Ed Rodriguez, Director of Ambulatory Informatics.
Information technology is undergoing rapid change as organizations of all types begin to embrace the idea of
moving computing infrastructure from on-premises to the cloud. It is easy to understand why the cloud has taken
off faster than any technology phenomenon in recent memory. The cloud has the potential to reduce total cost of
ownership (TCO) while enabling quicker responses to fast-moving markets and ever-changing customer needs.
“Being able to flex your compute resources based on changes in volume and customer demand increases agility,
making going to the cloud a very attractive proposition for our customers,” says Brian Johnston, chief technology
officer for QTS in Overland Park, Kansas, a provider of data center solutions and fully managed services.
In his annual list of strategic issues for the CIO, tech blogger and Oracle chief communications officer Bob Evans estimates the CIO fulfills four major roles, each of which directly contributes to the success of the business. Look around at the retail IT leaders you admire most and you will find that they fulfill every role.
Cisco estimates that the Internet of Everything (IoE) — the networked connection of people, process, data, and things — will generate $19 trillion in Value at Stake for the private and public sectors combined between 2013 and 2022. More than 42 percent of this value — $8 trillion — will come from one of IoE’s chief enablers, the Internet of Things (IoT). Defined by Cisco as “the intelligent connectivity of physical devices, driving massive gains in efficiency, business growth, and quality of life,” IoT often represents the quickest path to IoE value for private and public sector organizations.
This paper combines original and secondary research, as well as economic analysis, to provide a roadmap for maximizing value from IoT investments. It also explains why, in the worlds of IoT and IoE, the combination of edge computing/analytics and data center/cloud is essential to driving actionable insights that produce improved business outcomes.