As of May 2017, according to a report from The Depository Trust &
Clearing Corporation (DTCC), which provides financial transaction and data processing services for the global financial industry, cloud computing has reached a tipping point1. Today, financial services companies can benefit from the capabilities and cost efficiencies of the cloud. In October of 2016, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), the Office of the Comptroller of Currency (OCC) and the Federal Reserve Board (FRB) jointly announced enhanced cyber risk management standards for financial institutions in an Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANPR)2. These proposed standards for enhanced cybersecurity are aimed at protecting the entire financial system, not just the institution. To meet these new standards, financial institutions will require the right cloud-based network security
platform for comprehensive security management, verifiable compliance and governance and active protection of customer data
raditional backup systems fail to meet the needs of
modern organizations by focusing on backup, not
recovery. They treat databases as generic files to be
copied, rather than as transactional workloads with
specific data integrity, consistency, performance, and
Additionally, highly regulated industries, such as financial
services, are subject to ever?increasing regulatory
mandates that require stringent protection against data
breaches, data loss, malware, ransomware, and other
risks. These risks require fiduciary?class data recovery
to eliminate data loss exposure and ensure data integrity
This book explains modern database protection and
recovery challenges (Chapter 1), the important aspects
of a database protection and recovery solution
(Chapter 2), Oracle’s database protection and recovery
solutions (Chapter 3), and key reasons to choose
Oracle for your database protection and recovery
needs (Chapter 4).
Published By: T Systems
Published Date: Nov 28, 2018
The wait is over. Here at T-Systems, we are proud to present the findings of CXP Group - a leading independent European research and advisory firm in the field of digital, software and IT services. Their new “Digital Industrial Transformation with the Internet of Things” report examines the dynamic range of opportunities that IoT holds for businesses and explores the challenges of integrating existing data processes with those that are IoT enabled.
The report is the result of the feedback cultivated from interviews with senior business and IT decision-makers responsible for creating and running innovation strategies at 250 large-scale European manufacturers. The data has been disseminated by region, strategies, pain points, IoT adoption, intention, investment etc. and provides readers with a detailed examination of what industrial businesses look for most from IoT.
The report provides a fascinating unearthing of influencing factors for IoT readiness and digitization as a whole. Using
Published By: SAP Ariba
Published Date: Oct 11, 2018
Today's supply chains typically include multiple partners, with services and sourcing managed across several organizations and across the world. Companies are increasing their use of third-party suppliers in the execution of key strategic imperatives. This leads to complexity in the supply chain and increased scale and intensity of operations, all of which contribute to global warming.
Published By: SAP Ariba
Published Date: Oct 11, 2018
Over the next 10 years, companies will face more opportunity and disruption than ever before. Digital transformation is already helping companies redefine their business models, operating processes, and work – and this trend will accelerate as powerful technologies mature. Given that up to 65% of the value of a company’s products or services is derived from its suppliers1, procurement will play a leading role in enabling this transformation.
Published By: Dell DnCP
Published Date: Nov 20, 2018
Forrester Consulting conducted a Total Economic Impact™ (TEI) study to provide readers with a framework to evaluate the potential financial impact of Dell UltraSharp monitors above 27” on their organizations. To better understand the benefits, costs, and risks associated with this investment, Forrester interviewed one customer from the global financial services industry with experience deploying Dell monitors. This summary is based on a full TEI study, which can be downloaded here.
Published By: Dell DnCP
Published Date: Mar 06, 2019
Forrester Consulting a effectué une étude Total Economic Impact™ (TEI) afin d'offrir aux lecteurs un cadre pour évaluer l'impact financier potentiel que leurs entreprises peuvent réaliser grâce aux moniteurs Dell UltraSharp de plus de 27 pouces. Afin de mieux comprendre les avantages, les coûts et les risques associés à un tel investissement, Forrester a interrogé un client du secteur mondial des services financiers qui a déployé des moniteurs Dell.
Le présent résumé est basé sur une étude TEI complète, qui peut être téléchargée ici.
Das IT-Marktforschungsunternehmen IDC hat eine globale Studie unter mehr als 3 500 IT-Führungskräften auf der ganzen Welt durchgeführt und fand heraus, dass Unternehmen jeder Größenordnung PC Life Style as a Service-Modelle zur Reduzierung der Kosten, Verkürzung von Aktualisierungszyklen und zur Beschaffung besserer Technologie für ihre Mitarbeiter in Erwägung ziehen.
Dell PC as a Service (PCaaS) vereint Hardware, Software, Lebenszyklusservices und Finanzierung in einer umfassenden Lösung, die einen einzelnen, vorhersehbaren Preis pro Arbeitsplatz pro Monat bietet und von Dell Financial Services bereitgestellt wird. Erfahren Sie mehr über Dell Lösungen in Zusammenarbeit mit Intel®.
IT market intelligence agency, IDC, conducted a global study of 3500+ IT leaders around the world and found that companies at all levels are considering PC Lifecycle as a Service models to reduce costs, shorten refresh cycles and procure better equipment for their employees.
Dell PC as a Service (PCaaS) combines hardware, software, lifecycle services and financing into one all-encompassing solution – providing a single, predictable price per seat per month provided by Dell Financial Services. Learn more about Dell solutions powered by Intel®.
Une enquête menée par le groupe mondial d'études sur les marchés des technologies de l'information IDC auprès de 3 500 grands noms de l'informatique à travers le monde montre l'unanimité des entreprises au sujet de PC Lifecycle as a Service qui s'avère économique, rapide et mieux adapté aux employés.
Dell PC as a Service (PCaaS) intègre le matériel, les logiciels, les services pour le cycle de vie et le financement dans une solution globale qui propose un prix unique et prévisible par mois et par siège, fourni par le Service financier de Dell. En savoir plus sur les solutions Dell en collaboration avec Intel®.
IDC, agenzia di intelligence del mercato IT, ha condotto uno studio globale su oltre 3.500 leader IT in tutto il mondo e ha riscontrato che le aziende di tutti i livelli stanno considerando i modelli PC as a Service per ridurre i costi, accorciare i cicli di aggiornamento e offrire apparecchiature migliori per i propri dipendenti.
Dell PC as a Service (PCaaS) unisce hardware, software, servizi e finanziamento per l’intero ciclo di vita in un'unica soluzione onnicomprensiva, a cui affanca un prezzo mensile per postazione unico e prevedibile offerto da Dell Financial Services. Scopri di più sulle soluzioni Dell in collaborazione con Intel®.
IT-marktonderzoeksbureau IDC heeft een wereldwijd onderzoek uitgevoerd onder meer dan 3500 IT-leiders over de hele wereld en kwam tot de conclusie dat bedrijven op alle niveaus PC Lifecycle as a Service modellen in overweging nemen om de kosten te verlagen, de vernieuwingscycli te verkorten en betere apparatuur te verwerven voor hun medewerkers.
Dell PC as a Service (PCaaS) biedt een combinatie van hardware,
software, levenscyclusservices en financiering in één complete
oplossing, met een enkele, voorspelbare prijs per seat per maand. Dit alles wordt aangeboden door Dell Financial Services. Leer meer over Dell oplossingen powered by Intel®.
Pour suivre l’essor de la mobilité professionnelle sans devenir victime des risques potentiels qui en découlent, le département IT doit être en mesure de résoudre efficacement des problèmes complexes, allant du provisionnement des services à l’achat des périphériques en passant par la supervision de la sécurité. Pourquoi ? Les professionnels de l’information ont besoin d’un accès aux informations sensibles sur un large éventail d’applications métiers et d’appareils, où qu’ils soient. En d’autres termes, des politiques de sécurité et de confidentialité qui n’entravent pas la productivité des utilisateurs leur permettront d’optimiser leurs performances.
Téléchargez ce livre blanc pour en savoir plus sur les solutions Dell optimisées par Intel®.
Les organismes des secteurs public et privé reconnaissent que la gestiondu cycle de vie des PCdevient plus complexe et coûteuse à mesure queles gammes de PC et les modes de travail des collaborateurssediversifient. Pour optimiser leur productivité, chaque groupe decollaborateurs a des besoins spécifiques en termesde matériel, de logicielet de configuration. Tandis que les services informatiques s’efforcent defournir et de soutenir un plus large éventail de technologies à un personneltoujours plusdispersé et mobile, tout en veillant à limiter les risques deperturbation de l’utilisateur, ils sont également soumis à une intensepression en termes de coûts.
En savoir plus sur les solutions Dell en collaboration avec Intel®.
Today’s IT leaders don’t have the time nor the resources to effectively respond to the needs of their ever-demanding workforce. It’s time for CIOs to stop running the IT department and start transforming the business; only through transforming the way in which they deploy and service the workforce can CIOs accomplish this paramount task.
Organizations must now embrace a future that improves the workforce experience in order to offload cumbersome and time-intensive tasks. With IT becoming more integrated and a strategic partner to the lines of business (LOBs), offloading and embracing new technologies that enable employee experience is a logical step.
In September 2018, Dell commissioned Forrester Consulting to evaluate the effectiveness of PC-as-a-service (PCaaS) and the appetite of organizations to use PCaaS. Forrester conducted five interviews with IT decision makers, with knowledge of desktop infrastructure, or those who had responsibility with PC life cycle services to explore this
Most organizations are in the midst of some form of digital transformation (DX),
transforming how they bring products and services to the market—and ultimately
deliver value to their customers. But DX initiatives also bring complexity for the
network operations team. With business-critical services distributed across
multiple clouds, this leads to potential performance issues, especially at
Given these realities, it is no wonder that software-defined wide-area network
(SD-WAN) technology is rapidly going mainstream. Unfortunately, SD-WAN is an
example of the paradox of DX: transformative technology can potentially move the
business to the next level, but the expanded attack surface it creates can expose
the organization to significant risk. That is why an SD-WAN deployment, like every
other DX effort, should be accompanied by a security transformation (SX) that
rethinks outdated principles, broadens protection beyond the data center, and
integrates the security archit
Enterprises currently face challenges regarding
the price, performance, and flexibility of traditional
wide area networks (WANs). Aggressive growth in
the adoption of public cloud services (a projected
86% spike between 2014 and 2018)1
organizations to look elsewhere for a more effective
network solution to address distributed traffic across
remote sites and branch offices.
Some of the specific issues organizations face with
their traditional WANs include:
- High total cost of ownership (TCO)
- Lengthy provisioning cycles
- Performance degradation with the growth of cloud
- Inadequate redundancy and resiliency
- Lack of application-aware connectivity
To better manage WAN investments, enterprises are
adopting a new approach for their distributed branch
office networks. Software-defined WAN (SD-WAN)
offers improved performance, agility, and operational
flexibility plus significant cost savings. But not all SDWAN
solutions are created equal.
When it comes to securing all the parts of a modern distributed network, endpoints remain
the most vulnerable outlier. Mobility has brought a flood of different devices that cross in and
out of enterprise networks on a daily basis. This public exposure, combined with inadequate
traditional endpoint security and a high degree of user autonomy, makes these devices
prime targets for malware infections and other forms of sophisticated attack that seek to
exploit the broader organization. And threat actors are finding enormous success along
To stay competitive, most organizations are currently embracing digital transformation
(DX)—including cloud services, smart Internet of Things (IoT) devices, and greater mobility.
These adaptations provide organizations with faster and more seamless access to critical
information, regardless of the device being used to access it. However, as distributed
networks expand and become more difficult to manage, the endpoint remains a weak link i
Looking to drive up billing accuracy? The time, expense, and mileage data you capture from your people is vital. The top five percent of professional services organizations (PSOs) achieve top financial results by making money on every facet of the business; earning higher margins and revenue for every employee, project, and consultant than their rivals. Download this finance-focused eGuide to find out how the best PSOs harness that key data – and get a cheat sheet on how to outdo your competition.
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Looking to enhance productivity and efficiency across your people-centered services organization? A Professional Services Automation (PSA) solution can have an enormous impact.
This eGuide is a must read for PSO professionals weighing up its benefits. Download it to discover why and how professional services firms are implementing PSA, to learn the major difference those PSA tools are making, and to get a checklist for selecting the right PSA solution for your business.
Looking to buy a Professional Services Automation (PSA) solution? Learn how you can drive greater revenue and employee billable utilization across the whole business with this Buyer’s Guide. Providing an overview of the key trends, business processes, selection criteria, as well as the major business impact of PSA, it includes expert guidance to help project- and services-based businesses evaluate and choose PSA applications.
Local authorities continue to search for ways to improve society – to increase economic growth and social mobility, and to address environmental goals through the regeneration of town centres and regions. Technology, as ever, undoubtedly plays a role in this transformation, but creating the ‘smart city’ of the future is more than simply adopting digital; at its core, a smart city uses technology to solve problems and improve citizen experiences.
Global ‘smart city’ revenue is expected to grow to $88.7bn and, with its ability to deliver better public services, efficiently and sustainably, it’s no wonder. The economic impact of smart cities cannot be understated and, as the UK continues to tackle the uncertainty of its departure from the European Union (EU), it is critical that the needs of business are met. “Businesses need smart cities, or the innovation they represent, to thrive in a world where traditional industries are getting disrupted every day.”To facilitate this, it is vita
Published By: IBM APAC
Published Date: Nov 22, 2017
Using IBM Watson’s cognitive capabilities, companies can quickly differentiate their customer service quality by being more pro active and responsive to customer needs. Simply put, chatbots and virtual agents are the future of customer interactions. Building apps from scratch that incorporate natural language processing, speech to text recognition, visual recognition, analytics, and artificial intelligence requires broad expertise in these disciplines, large staffs, and a huge financial commitment. Making use of IBM Watson cognitive services brings these capabilities in-house quickly and without the capital investment that would be needed to develop the technologies within an organization.