IT Management includes a variety of functions for managing computers in a networked environment, including software distribution, version control, backup & recovery, job scheduling, virus protection and performance and capacity planning.
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Read this Forrester whitepaper to learn more about the critical, yet often overlooked, role that data classification and data discovery can play in reducing your organization's risk and enhancing security.
Big data analytics offer organizations an unprecedented opportunity to derive new business insights and drive smarter decisions. The outcome of any big data analytics project, however, is only as good as the quality of the data being used. Although organizations may have their structured data under fairly good control, this is often not the case with the unstructured content that accounts for the vast majority of enterprise information. Good information governance is essential to the success of big data analytics projects. Good information governance also pays big dividends by reducing the costs and risks associated with the management of unstructured information. This paper explores the link between good information governance and the outcomes of big data analytics projects and takes a look at IBM's StoredIQ solution.
This paper asks the key questions that IT, legal, records, compliance officers and corporate managers should consider when contemplating an information lifecycle governance solution, and why these elements are critical in addressing e-discovery challenges.
Mobile capture is quickly becoming an important differentiators for many companies and organizations, especially those in traditionally document-intensive fields like banking, insurance, healthcare and government operations. According to a 2014 study conducted by AIIM, 45% of companies feel that mobile capture is vitally important, pointing to the competitive need for improved process agility and customer service across the board. Discover the top 10 questions to ask before you make your investment in mobile capture.
Read this report from AIIM to discover what issues on-premise ECM users are facing, how external collaboration support is managed, what cloud and mobile functionalities users are requesting, and what alternative scenarios are being considered.
Read this report from Forrester Research to learnhow IBM ACM solutions improve the efficiency of knowledge workers, integrate with analytics to create upselling and cross-selling opportunities and reduce the cost and risk of regulatory fines through increased audit consistency.
In an unpredictable world, forecasting errors are unavoidable. This webinar offers some valuable guidance, in the form of Six Principles of Forecast Mastery, which point the way to a better future. Watch today and learn why treating forecast error as a friend can help you improve your organization's performance.
Learn how to best understand flash-based architectures and see how with this webcast you will learn the pros and cons of relevant flash technologies, while also learning how to choose from among the many alternatives.
Download "Continuous Third Party Security Monitoring Powers Business Objectives And Vendor Accountability" (a commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of BitSight) to learn how companies are continuously managing third party risk.
You can’t open a newspaper or visit an online news site these days without some mention of a cyber-attack or data breach. These activities are becoming more prevalent, and as a result, the reporting of these activities is also on the rise.
Bit9 + Carbon Black reached out to a series of experts to collect their thoughts and advice on dealing with data security incidents or breaches.
Businesses need to view security as a process and leverage solutions that can proactively collect data, apply aggregated threat intelligence, reduce the cost and complexity of incident response and evolve, adapt and learn from your investigation.
This eGuide will cover how a continuous approach to response can resolve these challenges and put your organization in a better security posture by proactively preparing for a breach.
Most organizations have not proactively prepared for a breach. In fact, a majority of incident responders (52 percent) say they lack the necessary visibility into endpoint vulnerabilities. Without continuous data collection at the endpoint, preparing and responding to a breach is exponentially hampered. Download the SANS Institute’s latest industry survey to understand these key findings.
With the number of advanced attacks increasing every day—most undiscovered through traditional detection and response solutions—truly hunting for threats within your environment can be a laborious task. To combat this, enterprises must focus on prioritizing endpoint data collection over detection, leveraging comprehensive threat intelligence, and expanding detection beyond the moment of compromise.
Este documento expone cinco criterios clave que cualquier organización que se esté planteando desplegar o evolucionar su red inalámbrica debería tener en cuenta si pretende tomar una decisión de compra acertada.
Organizations in every industry rely on applications to drive customer engagement, employee productivity and revenue. Deployed between users and the applications are a wide variety of “application services” designed to enhance security, improve performance and ensure reliability. F5 set out to evaluate the state of these services by asking IT professionals about their current and planned use of application services. Read the report to learn which strategic initiatives are driving application deployments including the most important trend for the next 2-5 years.
As a website building service for consumers, Weebly is often the target of DDoS attacks. Previously they mitigated attacks through an internally built security infrastructure but the increasing scale and complexity of DDoS attacks had the company evaluating secondary protection. Learn how Weebly is well protected from DDoS threats of all sizes and complexities after incorporating an added layer of protection and resulting uninterrupted DDoS mitigation and analysis.
In this article, F5's Karl Triebes and VMware's Kit Colbert share their perspectives on where the market is headed, and how IT organizations can stay ahead of the curve when it comes to securing apps in a mobility-focused world.
SSL is the set of cryptographic protocols that secure data in transit. Today SSL is often the only tool standing between your organization and the bad actors. Read this whitepaper to learn how your organization can properly embrace a higher security posture to protect SSL.
DevOps processes and tools help retailers compete in fast-paced mobile, digital and physical markets. See what retailers can do to deliver innovation faster. Test virtualization and deployment automation can improve front-end mobile and back-end mainframe development processes.