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New Approaches to Vulnerability ManagementChris Kissel , Industry AnalystWhy You Should Attend:
• See how vulnerability reporting is presented for the interests of compliance, IT, and CEO.
• Understand new assessment precision and remediation prioritization tools.
• Learn how key vulnerability management solution providers are expanding vulnerability assessments to include more than just network endpoints.Read more >
The cellular M2M market in Europe showed clear signs last year that it was no longer in the introductory phase of its product life cycle. With many elements of the M2M ecosystem arriving at some standardization and well-defined requirements, Frost & Sullivan anticipates accelerated efforts to climb up the M2M architecture into developing new applications for new services deployment.
The Latin American Collaboration industry is fighting to change the mindset of thousands of companies that have not yet incorporated new ways of collaboration and work for their employees. The workspace is changing and several trends are driving this move, allowing employees to become more productive and less dependent from one single device.
Why should you attend?
1) Understand top trends that will impact the Latin America Unified Communications Market in 2014
2) Hear recommendations for IT Decision Makers and Vendors
There is already a lot for the IT team to be done, and the IT environment is already very complicated. While cloud and managed services pave their way deeper into an enterprise’s IT environment, Unified Communications (UC) is something that will not be left behind. In fact, this merging of UC into the business applications will give a new kind of growth to UC apps. This briefing will discuss how managed UC integrates into an IT environment and what the market participants should do to make sure that the growth sustains.
The confluence of mobile devices and declining pricing of cellular network services are driving greater demand and uptake of enterprise mobile collaboration applications as part of organizations’ unified communication (UC) deployment. Employees are expecting to access all their major UC applications on their own mobile devices to enjoy the seamless collaboration experience. As a result, enterprise mobile collaboration applications are becoming the key UC deployment for many organizations. This briefing will discuss how UC vendors leverage on this opportunity and offer the unified collaborative experience on corporate users’ mobile devices.
Why you should attend:
• Learn about the most disruptive market trends in 2014
• Receive insight into customer UCC investment priorities
• Hear Frost & Sullivan’s strategic recommendations for end users and vendors
This briefing will provide a current market snapshot, including use cases, ongoing deployments, competitive landscape and future outlook for SDN, as seen from enterprise CIOs and operators' CTOs.
Why you should attend:
- Grasp the market situation, including how SDN will evolve, and drivers and restraints
- Obtain a technical and market trends perspective from discussions held with carriers and enterprises
- Get a comprehensive view of the competitive landscape, including the impacts of the SDN disruption on existing vendors
This Frost & Sullivan Analyst Briefing introduces an approach that is helping retailers better understand both their customers and their own operations by harvesting analytics from the Wi-Fi that many of them are already providing to shoppers.
Designed to benefit a wide range of attendees, including:
• Every retail or e-tail organization, and individual retailers of all types and sizes
• Every brand that sells through either the retail or e-tail channels
• Every brand that utilizes mobile technologies for sales and retention activity
• Every company that plays a role, or could, in equipping retailers to better compete