From midsize companies and government organizations to global banks and professional sports teams, all types of organizations are using data visualization to help make sense of their data and to comprehend information quickly. Keep reading to learn how six organizations of all types and sizes are using data visualization to improve customer relationships, fight fraud and more.
Hype and hope — Big Data has generated a lot of both. Thanks to an abundance of enterprise information systems, networks, applications and devices that churn out huge volumes of information, government agencies are awash in Big Data. Add to this data growth the emerging trend of the Internet of Things (IoT) — the network of people, data, things and processes that is increasingly linked through automated connections and sensors — and the future of Big Data can seem quite daunting.
Published By: Red Hat
Published Date: Jan 21, 2011
Gunnar Hellekson - Chief Technology Strategist, US Public Sector, Red Hat
The government was an early advocate of open source and Red Hat. Red Hat is now ubiquitous, in every state, every branch of the Department Of Defense, and in every cabinet-level agency. After ten years, we no longer hear about security or whether open source is ready for the enterprise. So what's next? How is Red Hat driving the next wave of innovation in government?
Published By: ESET, LLC.
Published Date: May 16, 2011
Just recently a very stereotypical 419 was put together, using the Libyan crisis as bait and "government funds" as hook. Yep, every time a dictator is deposed or dies, someone seizes the opportunity to offer his fortune. Read this report for details.
Detect and prevent fraud by finding subtle patterns and associations in your data. IBM SPSS predictive analytics solutions have proved to be very effective at helping tax collection agencies to maximize revenues by detecting non-compliance more efficiently and by focusing investigations on cases that are likely to yield the biggest tax adjustments.
This whitepaper is a rich media document, and includes industry viewpoints, multimedia content, and up to three detailed customer case studies embedded within this single dossier - mainly about application modernization in government.
This paper explores ways for government to provide Citizens access before or after hours and conduct government business--much as they can log on to their computers whenever they want to buy from Amazon.com.
Published By: Workday
Published Date: Mar 02, 2018
An updated IT department for your government agency is becoming more accessible
thanks to outside-the-box thinking, partnerships, and strategies. By focusing on the nine priorities in this
guide, you can keep your government agency on the cutting edge of technology. View case studies,
exclusive CIO interviews, and key tips.
Learn how government and educational institutions are reducing their need for upfront storage capacity and making more efficient use of resources by eliminating stranded storage capacity using autonomic management and more.
Advanced Persistent Threats (APT) are a serious concern in today’s threat landscape. They represent a threat to an organization’s intellectual property, financial assets and reputation. In some cases, these threats target critical infrastructure and government suppliers, thereby threatening the victim country’s national mission.
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Providing a superior experience for citizens and constituents is
not easy, and gone are the days when problematic customer
interactions can be smoothed over by empathetic service representatives.
In an omni-channel world, the number of citizen
touchpoints is not only increasing, but is increasingly automated,
and governments will not get many chances to take the
steps that are required to make things right. Unlike at any other
time in history, the quality of your operations will shine through,
in virtually every interaction with the citizen.
A Smarter Process approach helps you to
reinvent business operations in the era of the citizen.
Cloud computing is rapidly transforming the IT landscape, and the conversation around adopting cloud technology has progressed from “if” to “when.” Enterprises are showing strong interest in outsourced (“public”) cloud offerings that can help them reduce costs and increase business agility. These cloud services offer enormous economic benefits but they also pose significant potential risks for enterprises that must safeguard corporate information assets while complying with a myriad of industry and government regulations.
Read this white paper to find out what Symantec is doing help to bridge the gap to cloud computing!
Gartner defines contact center infrastructure (CCI) as the products (equipment, software and services) needed to operate call centers for telephony support and contact centers for multichannel support. This type of infrastructure is used by customer and employee service and support centers, inbound and outbound telemarketing services, help desk services, government-operated support centers, and other types of structured communications operations.
Infrastructure is used by customer and employee service and support centers, inbound and outbound telemarketing services, help desk services, government-operated support centers, and other types of structured communications operations.
The U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), the U.K. Bribery Act (UKBA), Sapin II and many other Anti-Bribery and Corruption (ABC) laws and regulations around the world make it clear that bribery and corruption is prohibited, illegal and the source of fines, penalties, reputational damage, and in some cases criminal liability. This is particularly true when the bribes are offered to foreign government officials, especially by third parties.
Before examining some of the common red flags and the appropriate courses of action to take, reviewing the various guidelines and frameworks available for organisations to build adequate procedures to protect themselves against third party risks is advisable.
These frameworks have assisted organisations in establishing a strong legal defence in the event that a bribe does occur. These measures are having ramifications across the globe and they inform many of the components of the best ABC programmes in place today.
This book provides an overview of network security in general, and explains how cybercriminals can use hidden or currently undetectable methods to penetrate protected network systems. Advanced evasion techniques (AETs) bypass current common network security solutions. They can transport any attack or exploit through network security devices and firewalls, next generation firewalls, intrusion detection and prevention systems, and even routers doing deep packet inspection. In this book you’ll find out all about AETs, and get useful pointers and advice to help you secure your organization. If you’re working in government, the military, banking, industry, e-commerce or with other critical infrastructures, read this book to find out what you’re up against and how to better protect against advanced evasions.