Published By: Aberdeen
Published Date: Jun 17, 2011
Download this paper to learn the top strategies leading executives are using to take full advantage of the insight they receive from their business intelligence (BI) systems - and turn that insight into a competitive weapon.
De performance en manier van aanbieden van applicaties zijn
veranderd. Moet uw netwerk ook veranderen?
De cloud verandert hoe IT-teams applicaties aanbieden en de
performance van die applicaties beheren. Applicaties komen steeds
verder van de gebruikers af te staan en bevinden zich dan in netwerken
waarover de eigen IT-afdeling geen rechtstreekse controle meer heeft.
Veel apps staan niet meer in het datacenter van de organisatie, maar in
een openbare of hybride cloudomgeving. Er bestaan tegenwoordige
applicaties die zijn gebouwd op microservices en containers.
Published By: Experian
Published Date: Sep 26, 2019
"We are in an age of unprecedented opportunity, where ubiquitous data and new technologies are shaping the world and dramatically changing the way consumers interact with businesses like yours.
The rise of fintech companies is driving competition, e-commerce has raised the bar for digital experiences, fraud is at an all-time high, and there is pressure to grow your business. You need to meet these challenges head
on and do it in a way that can scale with the increasing volume — and value — of customers. All while meeting and exceeding customer expectations.
We believe rapid, sustainable growth can be fuelled by acquiring the right customers and delivering customer experiences that align with their expectations. To succeed you need a comprehensive, unified view into your customers and their needs. As a business leader, how do you achieve these objectives? What can you do to attract and acquire new customers? What tools do you need to quickly act on insights and to make consistent, relev
Published By: Corrigo
Published Date: Nov 01, 2019
PropTech is disrupting the facilities management and real estate industries – from big data and
IoT to artificial intelligence and augmented reality. The latest advances in PropTech are
accelerating change in facilities management like never before, driving bottom line value and
helping future-proof FM operations. The promise of PropTech is why our Corrigo team is investing
so heavily in frictionless, self-learning platforms to help our clients use technology to truly
transform their businesses.
But as we amplify FM ops with new technology, we are just as passionate about helping our clients
optimize their current processes. Why? Because making even small changes today can mean huge
savings for their bottom line. In fact, 80% of organizations are leaking more FM value right now
than they could immediately gain with new, emerging tech strategies.
That’s no small leak – it’s a staggering loss for organizations of all sizes. After analyzing 700
million facilities management transactions a
Published By: Corrigo
Published Date: Nov 01, 2019
Think about all the ways your life today is different than it was ten years ago. Think about how you
shop, how you get around, how you plan travel, and how you stay in touch. So many things that used to
be a hassle are now almost effortless.
If your life feels different, it’s because you’re living in a new era – what experts are calling the 4th
Industrial Revolution. You’ve probably heard some of the more catch-phrased components – big data,
artificial intelligence, deep analytics. Some of these still seem like science fiction, but they are very real,
very active, and crucial parts of what we at Corrigo call the Intelligence Economy.
In the Intelligence Economy, data is collected, crunched, and activated to solve problems and create
greater value for customers, partners, and employees. It’s the information, insights, and automations that
enhance experiences, predict needs, strengthen connections, and deliver the right info or action at the
right time, in the right way. And the Intellig
Consumers have become more educated about the value of data and cyber risks associated with it. As consumer awareness increases so does their expectations of trust and digital security. Read now KPMG's report Trust in the time of disruption to understand the cybersecurity gap that exists between consumers and organisations, and what asset management and financial services firms as a whole can do to close the trust gap.
As 5G is becoming a commercial reality in multiple lead markets, the question of how it should be positioned, packaged and priced will be critical in building competitive 5G propositions.
Download the Strategy Analytics report to discover the results from end-user study groups and operator interviews, undertaken to answer a fundamental question: Are Telcos getting 5G right? Learn:
How to build a 5G proposition to drive uptake, demand and profitability
What consumers want from 5G services
Where the opportunities and challenges are for operators, including content, unlimited data, enterprise offerings, network slicing, digital engagement, IoT etc.
Research shows that legacy ERP 1.0 systems were not designed for usability and insight. More than three quarters of business leaders say their current ERP system doesn’t meet their requirements, let alone future plans 1. These systems lack modern best-practice capabilities needed to compete and grow. To enable today’s data-driven organization, the very foundation from which you are operating needs to be re-established; it needs to be “modernized”.
Oracle’s goal is to help you navigate your own journey to modernization by sharing the knowledge we’ve gained working with many thousands of customers using both legacy and modern ERP systems. To that end, we’ve crafted this handbook outlining the fundamental characteristics that define modern ERP.
What is digital transformation? Why is everyone talking about it? And what can it do for me?
Across every level of your company, people are asking themselves these questions. The Global Digital Transformation Benefits Report provides answers. It’s based on data points from over 230 cases of digital transformation from around the world, in data centers, buildings, infrastructure, and industry. The results paint a compelling picture of what digital transformation can do for businesses of all types.
A selection of key findings:
- On average, digital transformation helped our customers save 35% on engineering costs.
- Our customers cut an average of 28% off their energy costs.
- Digital transformation efforts drove productivity gains by an average of 24%.
Published By: ServiceNow
Published Date: Oct 23, 2019
The quality of data that your Configuration Management Database (CMDB) relies on is critical to helping you track the software assets coming into an organization from the point of inception to the point of disposition. That’s where Software Asset Management (SAM) can help.Download this whitepaper to understand how to use SAM to build a CMDB that helps you track the value of IT services, improve compliance, and scale to meet changing service demands.
Published By: ServiceNow
Published Date: Oct 23, 2019
IT faces the challenge of consolidating, maintaining, and understanding complex configuration data and often this data is found in many different repositories. But there’s a better way to solve these challenges. The configuration management database (CMDB) consolidates disparate IT management systems into a single system of action. This ipaper provides you with the fundamentals to help ensure your configuration data management project with CMDB is a success.
The combination of the SAP HANA platform and Intel® Optane™ DC persistent memory means that enterprises now have new ways to approach data tiering and management. Downtime can be significantly reduced because SAP HANA doesn’t have to reload data back into main memory after a server reboot, and more data can remain in the “hot” tier of main memory, which increases the amount of data that can be analyzed at a time. See this new infographic for a quick summary.
Intel® Optane™ DC persistent memory also benefits SAP HANA by providing a higher memory density than DRAM, in addition to being byte-addressable. Up to three terabytes of Intel® Optane™ DC persistent memory is available per CPU socket on systems configured with future Intel® Xeon® Gold processors and future Intel® Xeon® Platinum processors, which means that an eight-socket server can contain up to 24 terabytes of Intel® Optane™ DC persistent memory.
A modern network typically extends from the core data center out to the edge and across multiple public, private, and hybrid clouds. This reality is changing how networks are architected, deployed, and managed. Modern, future-ready networks must bring the scale, reliability, and efficiency associated with the cloud into the enterprise network. This can be done through server-based network virtualization and orchestrated virtual network functions (VNFs) that allow network infrastructures to deliver innovative services with efficiency and ease
Infrastructure considerations for IT leaders
By 2020, deep learning will have reached a fundamentally different stage of maturity. Deployment and adoption will no longer be confined to experimentation, becoming a core part of day-to-day business operations across most fields of research and industries.
Why? Because advancements in the speed and accuracy of the hardware and software that underpin deep learning workloads have made it both viable and cost-effective. Much of this added value will be generated by deep learning inference – that is, using a model to infer something about data it has never seen before. Models can be deployed in the cloud or data center, but more and more we will see them on end devices like cameras and phones.
Intel predicts that there will be a shift in the ratio between cycles of inference and training from 1:1 in the early days of deep learning, to well over 5:1 by 2020¹. Intel calls this the shift to ‘inference at scale’ and, with inference also taking up
-memory databases have moved from being an expensive option for exceptional analytics workloads, to delivering on a far broader set of goals. Using real-world examples and scenarios, in this guide we look at the component parts of in-memory analytics, and consider how to ensure such capabilities can be deployed to maximize business value from both the technology and the insights generated.
Evaluating an existing HPC platform for efficient AI-driven workloads
The growth of artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities, data volumes and computing power in recent years mean that AI is now a serious consideration for most organizations. When combined with high-performance computing (HPC) capabilities, its potential grows even stronger. However, converging the two approaches requires careful thought and planning. New AI initiatives must align with organizational strategy. Then AI workloads must integrate with your existing HPC infrastructure to achieve the best results in the most efficient and cost- effective way. This paper outlines the key considerations for organizations looking to bring AI into their HPC environment, and steps they can take to ensure the success of their first forays into HPC/AI convergence.
You can migrate live VMs between Intel processor-based servers but migration in a mixed CPU environment requires downtime and administrative hassle
A study commissioned by Intel Corp.
One of the greatest advantages of adopting a adopting a public, private, or hybrid cloud environment is being able to easily migrate the virtual machines that run your critical business applications—within the data center, across data centers, and between clouds. Routine hardware maintenance, data center expansion, server hardware upgrades, VM consolidation, and other events all require your IT staff to migrate VMs. For years, one powerful tool in your arsenal has been VMware vSphere® vMotion®, which can live migrate VMs from one host to another with zero
downtime, provided the servers share the same underlying architecture. The EVC (Enhanced vMotion Compatibility) feature of vMotion makes it possible to live migrate virtual machines even between different generations of CPUs within a given architecture.
Published By: BehavioSec
Published Date: Oct 04, 2019
Authentication is evolving from static one-time user action, to transparent and continuous ways of validating digital identities without imposing frustration on end users. Behavioral biometrics technologies invisibly and unobtrusively authenticate users by validating the manner in which they physically interact online. Behavioral biometrics technologies learn how individual users hold mobile devices in their hands and press their fingers on the touchscreen. On computers, the system learns how users type on keyboards and move their mouse and cursor. The BehavioSec solution gathers this behavioral data and analyzes it using advanced techniques, to ensure that the user is who you expect them to be.
Published By: BehavioSec
Published Date: Oct 04, 2019
In this case study, a large enterprise with an increasing amount
of off-site work from both work-related travel and a fast-growing
remote workforce, is faced with a unique challenge to ensure
their data security is scalable and impenetrable. Their data access
policies rely on physical access management provided at the
company offices and do not always provide off-site employees
with the ability to complete work-critical tasks. Legacy security
solutions only add burden to productivity, sometimes causing
employees to ignore security protocols in order to simply
complete their work. Upon evaluating security vendors for a
frictionless solution, they selected BehavioSec for its enterprise-grade capabilities with on-premise deployment and integration
with existing legacy risk management systems.
Published By: Workable
Published Date: Oct 09, 2019
In every organization, the recruiting process generates data: how long it took to fill one role, how many candidates progressed to the final hiring stage or how many comments hiring teams exchanged until they made a hire. Through tracking metrics, you can get tangible evidence of how successful your recruiting process is, rather than relying on intuition.
In this guide, we put together everything you need to know to start making the most out of your recruiting data. You’ll find:
A list of common recruiting metrics to track.
A detailed look into five of the most important KPIs.
How to collect data and track metrics consistently over time.
Distributed cloud architectures will play an important role in Communication Service Providers’ network transformations. The distributed cloud will be made of numerous edge locations, from the customer premises to mobile base stations to central offices, each of which has its benefits and constraints. CSPs will need to consider attributes such as performance, availability, security, integration, and data and traffic volume to optimize the infrastructure for a myriad of workloads. Learn more about Heavy Reading’s survey results on CSPs adopting a distributed cloud strategy and delivering new services in this white paper.
5G services will place greater demands on the network in terms of peak data rates, connection density, and more. Learn how CoSPs are getting ready for 5G and how Intel® architecture is helping accelerate network transformation.
"SD-WAN largely exists today to support two key enterprise transformations: multicloud and the software-defined branch (SD-Branch).
Multicloud has changed the center of gravity for enterprise applications, and with that, has changed traffic patterns too. No longer does traffic need to flow to enterprise data center sites or central internet peering points and breakouts. That’s because most traffic from users and devices in the enterprise campus and branch today goes to cloud-based applications scattered across a host of clouds.
It’s neither economical nor efficient to haul traffic over WAN-dedicated links to a central enterprise site. So to optimize the cost and performance of multicloud-bound traffic, modern WAN edge routers, often called customer premises equipment (CPE), are now equipped with hybrid WAN links and routing. Hybrid WAN interfaces may include WAN provider-dedicated links such as MPLS, as well as direct internet links over xDSL, broadband and 4G/LTE wireless."
"This Ovum white paper is sponsored by Juniper Networks. It reveals that organisations need to update and upgrade their cybersecurity postures to defend themselves against today's threats.
More than 80% of organisations in Asia are not protected against today's threats. Many of them depend on security investments made years ago, which cannot defend against new and emerging threats. The arrival of new technologies including cloud computing, the Internet of Things, mobility, bring your own device (BYOD), and social media have massively increased attack surfaces and expanded the threat landscape.
Over the past two years, there has been a global infestation of ransomware attacks, which have wrought destruction across a growing number of businesses. Crypto-jacking, attacks on critical infrastructure, and data exfiltration are now commonly affecting businesses and consumers alike. The financial impact of these attacks is increasing rapidly and has already cost some organisations hundreds o
Getting complex decisions right across complicated operational networks is the key to optimum performance. Find out how one of the UK’s biggest bus operators is using data and analytics to make better decisions and optimise the use of resources across their network.
Read this story to discover:
• how data and analytics can transform operational performance
• the benefits of using decision-support tools in the middle office
• key lessons for getting your plans for digital transformation right.