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    • Bridging Security from the Enterprise to the Cloud
      Bridging Security from the Enterprise to the Cloud Mark O'Neill, CTO, Vordel Recorded: Aug 11 2011 5:00 pm UTC 39 mins
    • Cloud computing presents significant value to organizations. However, the downside is that few organizations wish to trust third-parties with their corporate data. To address this, Vordel enables organizations to safely connect from the Enterprise to Cloud based services without undermining their underlying corporate security policies. With Vordel, organizations can enforce security and privacy policies on their Cloud usage, monitor service quality, and control cloud service usage. This is especially important since Cloud services are paid for. Using core Enterprise Security Infrastructure Vordel simplifies the task of securing application integrations from the Enterprise to the Cloud. Whether it is single sign-on to Cloud services, federated identity with partners, or to reinforce RESTful API security, Vordel connects applications safely across multiple domains. Don’t rely on Cloud service providers’ security and operational integrity, and the often questionable SAS 70 certification. Use Vordel to maintain security and control in your hands.

      Bio: Mark is responsible for overseeing Vordel's technical development roadmap. He is a contributing member of the Cloud Security Alliance, and has a degree in Mathematics and Psychology, and graduate qualifications in neural network programming from Oxford University. Mark is the author of Web Services Security, published by McGraw-Hill.

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    • 5 Ways to Fuel Your Big Data Analytics in 2018
      5 Ways to Fuel Your Big Data Analytics in 2018 John Morrell, Senior Director Product Marketing, Datameer Recorded: Dec 14 2017 7:00 pm UTC 49 mins
    • The big data analytics market has undergone continuous transformation since its’ inception and continued in 2017 with new innovations and a strong move to the cloud. But from the view of a customer, the world should be getting simpler, not more complex, and they expect products to make deployments faster and easier.

      Instead of complex, “piece together your own architecture” approaches, 2018 will be a year in which customers can really focus on what’s important – the data and analytics – and not the underlying technologies that support them, whether on-premise, in the cloud, or hybrid.

      In this session, John will explore five ways in which modern big data platforms will enable to you:

      -Accelerate your big data initiatives
      -Get more value from your data lakes
      -Drive faster, more innovative analytics

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