Data Management comprises all the disciplines related to managing data as a valuable resource. Data Resource Management is the development and execution of architectures, policies, practices and procedures that properly manage the full data lifecycle needs of an enterprise.
The introduction of personal and mobile endpoints is dramatically reshaping the landscape for group video collaboration. IT leaders should align their video portfolios for maximum utilization and strategic fit with their related investments in collaboration and unified communications. Download now to learn more!
Application environments and the underlying IT infrastructure that supports them are becoming much more dynamic and complicated. New architectures are being deployed to help accelerate time to market, applications are distributed and modular, leveraging web-based or Service Oriented Architectures (SOA). Read this to learn the latest trends.
Digital voices are everywhere in a digital factory. In this brief, we’ll elaborate on the technology tools digital factories use for three common functions: asset management, production planning and materials replenishment.
In this report, Business Value of Big Data on Power Systems, NC State University talks about unlocking the business value of big data, and how IBM Power Systems can deliver the foundation for organizations to bring insight to the point of impact faster.
With so much emphasis in the business world being placed on big data and analytics, it can be easy for midsize businesses to feel like they’re being left behind. These organizations often recognize the benefits offered by big data and analytics, but have a hard time pursuing those benefits with the limited resources available to them.
Data is increasingly critical to driving business. This IDC Whitepaper outlines how CIOs can understand what the "total cost of data" is across their entire organization and how Delphix can assist them in managing the data that drives the business forward.
Companies too often overlook the business gains a better archiving strategy can deliver, from enabling access to and preservation of critical data to more easily complying with regulations. Download this white paper to learn how Delphix can be an intregal part of ensuring your archiving strategy actually enables your business.
Making your IT organization more elastic and efficient is hard. Doing it while staying in compliance with regulations is even harder. Download this white paper to learn how your IT organization can accelerate business, introduce new services, and reach new markets, all while staying in compliance.
IT has to do it all: react quickly to market needs, introduce new services, capitalize on mobile, and comply with regulatory requirements, all without raising costs and complexity. Delphix has the platform to enable IT teams to navigate their business past the risks, saving money and time.
Packaged application development teams frequently operate with limited testing environments due to time and labor constraints. By virtualizing the entire application stack, packaged application development teams can deliver business results faster, at higher quality, and with lower risk.
ICD-10 migration projects can make even the Y2K projects of the 90s look small. As the October 2015 deadline looms, the stakes are high as IT teams fight delays and cost overruns. See why 40% of the top healthcare payers in the US use Delphix to improve their time-to-market and implement ICD-10.
Executing financial stress tests mandated by C-CAR, EMIR, MiFID and other regulations is a lengthy, complex process that eats into budgets and erodes productivity across IT and lines of business. Learn the 3 ways Delphix alleviates these growing burdens throughout the typical compliance lifecycle.
Healthcare reform is transforming the US health insurance sector, creating a dynamic and competitive new market with compelling opportunities for growth. Does your IT organization have what it takes to capitalize on these opportunities? Here are 5 ways technology investment delivers the agility you need – and how.
Most data masking products can create masked data copies but not distribute or update them, resulting in projects that fail to live up to expectations. Learn why Delphix’s Agile Masking solution is the only product that solves both masked data creation and delivery challenges.
Data volumes are getting out of control, but choosing the right ILG solution can be a huge challenge, with multiple stakeholders, numerous business processes, and extensive solution requirements. Use this requirements kit from CGOC to find the tools and technology you need.
“Security” is the number one issue holding business leaders back from the cloud. But does the reality match the perception? Keeping data close to home, on premises, makes business and IT leaders feel inherently more secure.1 But the truth is, cloud solutions can offer companies real, tangible security advantages. Before you assume that on-site is the only way to keep data safe, it’s worth taking a comprehensive approach to evaluating risks. Doing so can lead to big benefits.
File sync and share can increase productivity, but how do you pick a solution that works for you? There will likely be a number of factors guiding your decision, and if you’re like most businesses, security is high on the list. Download to learn some important questions to ask file sync and share vendors about security.
Losing data is costly. According to the Ponemon Institute, the average data breach costs US organizations an estimated $200 per record, or $5.4 million total per breach. And apparently these breaches are equally likely to be from criminal attack as from employee or contractor negligence. It makes sense then that surveys point to data loss via unsecured file sync and share solutions as one of IT’s biggest concerns. IT professionals have spent years learning how to protect their organizations from hackers, but how do you ward off both external and internal threats when employees are seeking ways to collaborate more and more?
Not so long ago, the office was the only place you could work. But when smartphones and tablets came along, the only thing holding us back from getting work done anywhere, any time was having access to our data. That led to the creation of a whole new class of solutions designed to keep files current across our rapidly proliferating fleets of devices — through a technology known as ‘sync.’ All of a sudden, getting a file from your work laptop to your iPad became as simple as clicking “Save.” So it’s no surprise that 55% of information workers in North America and Europe who use a tablet at work are using file sync and share tools.