Published By: Datastax
Published Date: May 14, 2018
"What’s In The Report?
The Forrester Graph Database Vendor Landscape discusses the expanding graph uses cases, new and emerging graph solutions, the two approaches to graph, how graph databases are able to provide penetrating insights using deep data relationships, and the top 10 graph vendors in the market today
Download The Report If You:
-Want to know how graph databases work to provide quick, deep, actionable insights that help with everything from fraud to personalization to go-to-market acceleration, without having to write code or spend operating budget on data scientists.
-Learn the new graph uses cases, including 360-degree views, fraud detection, recommendation engines, and social networking.
-Learn about the top 10 graph databases and why DSE Graph continues to gain momentum with customers who like its ability to scale out in multi-data-center, multi-cloud, and hybrid environments, as well as visual operations, search, and advanced security."
Published By: Datastax
Published Date: May 14, 2018
"What’s In The Report?
The Forrester Wave: Translytical Data Platforms, Q4 2017 report reviews companies that offer “translytical data platforms”, which Forrester defines as an “emerging technology” that delivers “faster access to business data to support various workloads and use cases.”
Download the report if you want to learn:
-Why Forrester named DataStax a leader among 12 companies it identifies as “the most significant translytical vendors.
-What constitutes a “translytical data platform” and why translytical data platforms are so critical for enterprise data strategies today.
Why performance, scale, security, and use-case support are the key differentiators."
The Nucleus 2017 CPM Value Matrix analyzed the market for CPM products, evaluated companies and ranked vendors based on what they believe are the most important attributes in allowing customers to gain maximum value from the solution: usability and functionality.
Usability because Business users in the finance department need minimal involvement from IT, and are reticent to learn a drastically new system.
Download the 2017 Nucleus Research to learn more.
There's a shift in the landscape of corporate performance management (CPM). The market is shifting to cloud-based vendors and moving companies like Host Analytics into the Leaders quadrants and shifting mega vendors out of it. We believe the 2017 Gartner Magic Quadrants for Financial and Strategic CPM reports are guaranteed to shake up the market and shape the coming year. These reports provide valuable insights into the latest market trends, the current Leaders, and key vendor evaluation criteria.
Download the Gartner reports to learn:
-Why cloud has become the preferred deployment model
-Who the key vendors are and how they compare
-Why mega vendors no longer dominate the market
-Best practices in evaluating and selecting a vendor
Cloud financial corporate performance management solutions help the office of finance manage the financial close and apply appropriate controls throughout the accounting cycle. Application leaders should use this Magic Quadrant to identify vendors that are a good match for their business needs.
The 2017 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Strategic CPM solutions provides valuable insights into the latest market trends, the current Leaders, and key vendor evaluation criteria.
Download the Gartner report to learn:
Why cloud has become the preferred deployment model
Who the key vendors are and how they compare
Why mega vendors no longer dominate the market
Best practices in evaluating and selecting a vendor
The implementation of a distributed order management (DOM) system no longer has to be a daunting endeavor. Gartner surveyed 17 DOM software vendors and interviewed 25 retail clients with recent DOM implementation experience to develop a best practices guide.
Read the report to understand the keys to a successful DOMS implementation.
A multi-cloud world is quickly becoming the new normal for many enterprises. But embarking on a cloud journey and managing cloud-based services across multiple providers can seem overwhelming.
Even the term multi-cloud can be confusing. Multi-cloud is not the same as hybrid cloud. The technical definition of hybrid cloud is an environment that includes traditional data centers with physical servers, private cloud with virtualized servers as well as public cloud provisioned by service providers. Quite often, multi-cloud simply means that an organization uses multiple public clouds from many vendors to deliver its IT services. In other words, organizations can have a multi-cloud without having a hybrid cloud, or they can have a multi-cloud as part of a hybrid cloud.
Take a look at the IT ecosystem of any company today and there’s a good chance you’ll find it includes offerings from several cloud services providers. That’s certainly the case at mid- to large-sized companies with at least 500 employees, according to a recent survey conducted by IDG Research.
The survey of 100 senior IT professionals found that 59% are already multi-cloud adopters — that is, using computing and storage services from two or more cloud providers. Another 31% of respondents say they plan to become multi-cloud organizations in the coming 12-24 months, with only 10% still in the “consideration” phase.
The Insurance industry continues to undergo significant transformation, with
new technologies, business models, and competitors entering the market at an
increasing rate. To be successful in attracting and retaining the most valuable
customers, insurance companies must innovate and increase the speed at which
they respond to customer demands. Traditionally, the insurance software market
was dominated by a handful of specialist vendors with products that were initially
expensive, difficult to deploy, costly to maintain, and did not provide the speed
needed for today’s market.
Now there has been a shift away from these “black box” applications to platforms
that allow insurers to make their algorithmic IP available to business users, allowing
much faster response to business demands. The algorithmic platform approach also
comes at a fraction of the cost of black box solutions, while delivering advanced
analytical techniques like Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence (AI).
Published By: Iterable
Published Date: Sep 07, 2018
Since the term “omni-channel” was first coined by the Harvard Business Review in 2011, some marketing technology vendors claimed that they could provide businesses with this holy grail of brand ubiquity. Unfortunately, most of these early claims were false starts where vendors over-promised and under-delivered.
The good news is that a select number of solutions have caught up with all the promises and can now turn them into action. In this guide, we explain why the conversation around omni-channel marketing has changed and how you can transform your marketing strategy to leverage this new, powerful technology.
We’ll give you a heads up on the roadblocks you’ll encounter on your journey to achieving omni-channel relevance and the benefits you’ll gain once you reach your destination. No highfalutin jargon, no talking in circles and no nonsense. Just practical advice on how to create a superb customer experience.
The security information and event management (SIEM) market is defined by the customer's need to analyze event data in real time for the early detection of targeted attacks and data breaches, and to collect, store, analyze, investigate and report on event data for incident response, forensics and regulatory compliance. The vendors included in our Magic Quadrant analysis have products designed for this purpose, and they actively market and sell these technologies to the security buying center.
The data integration tool market is resurging as new requirements for hybrid/intercloud integration, active metadata and augmented data management force a rethink of existing practices. This assessment of 16 vendors will help data and analytics leaders make the best choice for their organization.
This IDC MarketScape includes vendors that create and sell software in the client virtualization space, with a focus on centralized virtual desktops, distributed virtual desktops, and virtual user session (VUS) software. Vendors that only offer user state virtualization and/or software products that support virtual client computing deployments but not one of the aforementioned products will not be included in the IDC MarketScape graphic or profiles. This is because these types of solutions address a specific or niche need in the market but do not, by themselves, provide a complete software solution that an end customer can purchase on a standalone basis or in addition to a Microsoft Server version.
Which bot management solution is right for you?
Bots are responsible for 30% to 70% of website traffic. They range from good to middling to bad, and from simple to sophisticated. Many bot management vendors say they can solve your bot problem. But can they really?
This e-book provides guidance on how to evaluate bot management solutions and understand what the differences mean for you and your customers. We cover the top 10 things to consider when selecting a bot management solution, from accuracy and API protection to flexibility and resilience over time.
Learn the Pros & Cons of Leaders in the Engagement Space to ID the Best Solution for Enterprise Marketers
The first-of-its-kind Forrester Wave™ on Mobile Engagement Automation helps digital business and marketing professionals make the right choice to power that next level of hyperpersonalized customer engagement — whether on mobile, or not.
Get your complimentary report to learn:
? Which vendors Forrester analyzed based on a 30-criteria evaluation
? How these vendors differ on current offering, strategic vision and market presence
? Why more companies are investing in mobile engagement automation
? The considerations needed to make the right choice for enterprise marketers
FIGHT THE FOMO! MAKE SURE YOU CHOOSE THE RIGHT MOBILE ENGAGEMENT VENDOR
You've been tasked with evaluating mobile engagement vendors. Now what?
Be sure you’re asking the right questions. We’ve gathered questions 14 key areas to ask vendors based on a few data sets — high-level thoughts from analyst firms like Forrester, the best questions prospective customers ask us, what we wish customers in certain verticals would ask, and more. It's thorough and it’ll give you a solid, informed place to start.
Download the RFP template and get:
? A comprehensive list of 150+ questions in 14 key areas — and the business reasons behind asking them
? Recommendations for vertically-specific questions to ensure you’re including what’s most critical to getting your needs met
The ADC market continues to evolve, with various new cloud-integrated and software-centric use cases having arisen. This report provides infrastructure and operations leaders with a snapshot of the market's transition and profiles vendors representative of emerging and very different approaches.
This paper describes key security aspects of developing and operating digital, cloud-based remote monitoring platforms that keep data private and infrastructure systems secure from attackers. This knowledge of how these platforms should be developed and deployed is helpful when evaluating the merits of remote monitoring vendors and their solutions.
Published By: Diligent
Published Date: Jul 10, 2017
You may already know what a board portal is. You Probably know that paper is heavy and hackers are a risk, and by now, you know there are multiple vendors that offer board portals. You may not realize that by making the right choice, a board can improve governance and efficiency while collaborating in a secure setting.
With lots of vendors to choose from, here are the most important questions to ask during your search, divided into the five essential categories. For private, public, non profit and government boards alike, finding an app that excels across all five categories will lead to better electronic security and a more productive board.
Published By: Dynatrace
Published Date: Apr 16, 2018
Application performance management (APM) is an IT discipline that continues to evolve as new technologies appear. The new wave of microservices architecture and containerization has led to what is referred to as cloud-native development, and this approach has one of the fastest adoption rates of any new technology we have witnessed. With cloud-native environments there is the need to monitor and manage these new types of applications, but the challenge is that they are quite different from traditional monolithic systems.
This report delves into what the differences are, how these affect how they are monitored, and how a new generation of vendors have stepped up and introduced novel solutions to meet these challenges. We also examine the incumbent leaders in the APM market that have transformed their solutions to expand and cover cloud-native environments.
Published By: Red Hat
Published Date: Dec 27, 2012
Read this white paper to learn about selecting a suitable platform for server virtualization to critical to the overall success of any virtualization or private cloud project. In the past few years, new technologies and approaches enhanced business.
Over the last decade, the enterprise analytics landscape has dramatically
transformed. Vendors have come and gone, and platforms have
continually expanded their offerings to include new functionality and
keep pace with the demands of the businesses they serve. Originally
envisioned as an IT-centric tool for enterprise reporting, analytics today
has evolved into a business solution—empowering a range of users
across every line of business, including front-line employees, field
personnel, and executives.
The rise of self-service analytics over the past decade has played a key role in promoting a data-driven mindset
within every business function. However, this practice is limited to a skilled few. The vast majority of business
professionals lack the time, analytical skills, or inclination to conduct their own analyses, and fail to effectively use
analytics on a day-to-day basis. The result? Despite decades of investments, BI adoption at most organizations
remains at 30%.
The failure of e