Published By: Samsung
Published Date: Jan 21, 2014
The Channel Company and Samsung are proud to present, Securing Android in the Enterprise: The KNOX Effect, an on-demand webinar about the new Android-based solution designed from the ground up to adadress the perceptions of the current open source Android platform.
**Discover how KNOX is enabling robust Remote Monitoring and Management (RMM) or Mobile Device Management (MDM) and provides both controls, limits but secure access too.
**Learn about the benefits of the KNOX secure app framework which provides defense grade security.
**Understand what this means for creating new opportunity and revenue in the IT Channel.
If you think that WordPress is just for blogging, think again. With a little customization, this flexible tool can be used to support ecommerce, easy-to-manage websites, and more, with all the functionality of a custom-built application.
In this webinar Black Duck Software (www.blackducksoftware.com), together with representatives of SAP, will review the benefits open source offers to development organizations, the management challenges it presents, and approaches for addressing those challenges.
"Agile" software development is an increasingly popular development process for producing software in a flexible and iterative manner that can deliver value to the enterprise faster, reduce project risk and allow adaptation to changes more quickly.
This paper is for IT development executives looking to gain control of open source software as part of a multi-source development process. You can gain significant management control over open source software use in your development organization. Today, many IT executives, enterprise architects, and development managers in leading companies have gained management control over the externally-sourced software used by their application development groups. Download this free paper to discover how.
You’ve taken the first step and already know that a document- oriented database is the right database for your application. From here, you still have to decide where and how you’ll deploy the software and its associated infrastructure. These decisions lead to additional considerations around administrative overhead, technical support, open-source options, data sovereignty and security, and more. This paper aims to outline the deployment options available when you select IBM® Cloudant® as your JSON store.
Only a handful of industries have been transformed by the digital age the way banking has. Internet and mobile banking, digital wallets, and a raft of new and innovative products have redefined “the bank” from a local, brick-and-mortar branch to an anytime-anywhere process. The new banking environment has opened opportunities for national, regional, and community banks alike, which are no longer constrained to serve only customers located in the areas where they maintain a physical branch presence. But it has also brought challenges associated with collecting, processing, analyzing, storing, and protecting vast amounts of new data, from multiple locations and sources.
In today’s world, the data is flowing from all directions: social media, phones, weather, location and sensor equipped devices, and more. Competing in this digital age requires the ability to analyze all of this data, and use it to drive decisions that mitigate risk, increase customer satisfaction and grow revenue. Using a combination of proprietary software and open source technology can give your data scientists and statisticians the analytical power they need to find and act on insights quickly.
IBM® SPSS® Statistics provides all of the data analysis tools you need, and integrates with thousands of R extensions for maximum power and flexibility. In this next Data Science Central Webinar event, we will show how SPSS Statistics can help you keep up with the influx of new data and make faster, better business decisions without coding.
Today, it’s unlikely that a single database will meet all your needs. For a
variety of reasons—including the need to support cloud-scale solutions
and increasingly dynamic app ecosystems—startups and enterprises
alike are embracing a wide variety of open source databases.
These varied databases—including MongoDB, Redis and PostgreSQL—
open doors to building sophisticated and scalable applications on
battle-hardened, non-proprietary databases.
An IDC executive report examines the future of cloud computing, focusing on design goals that support portability of applications and data, which will certainly avoid expensive and time-consuming fixes.
Learn how your organization can deliver self-service application provisioning, flexible and standardized application deployments, and integrated management, without losing control or radically change existing management and development processes.
The Red Hat Cloud Quickstart consulting engagement leverages Red Hat's Cloud Foundations Reference Architecture Edition One to speed up assessing the viability of a cloud environment for your enterprise, and, if chosen, it can demonstrate a tangible implementation of a private cloud for testing purposes.
Do you have an effective cloud governance plan? This whitepaper guides you through best practices for ensuring your applications and data can safely move between clouds - whether they are private, public or hybrid.
Organizations around the world are benefiting from public clouds. But, when production applications or critical data is involved, it's important to extend on-premise governance to your public or hybrid cloud resources. Effective cloud governance is possible.
Virtualization and cloud computing are sometimes discussed interchangeably. But gaining the full benefits of cloud computing requires approaches and processes that often aren't in place where ad hoc virtualization is the norm. Join us and learn how to make a smooth transition.
Published By: Red Hat
Published Date: Jan 01, 2013
Linux has long since staked its claim to the cloud. Red Hat Enterprise Linux, with its consistency, stability, scalability, and support, is in a class of its own. Offering an outstanding environment for application deployment and the economy and innovation of open source, Red Hat Enterprise Linux also provides the reliability you need.
Published By: Red Hat
Published Date: Jan 01, 2013
Traditional security measures such as network firewalls are no longer enough to keep an enterprise secure. With Red Hat Enterprise Linux, security mechanisms are incorporated and applied at the core of every solution, and security is extended to include all the open source packages that make up Red Hat Enterprise Linux. As a result, customers experience a higher quality of service.