Eileen Kelly, Dig Your Garden Landscape Design, will discuss a variety of landscape design alternatives to replace or minimize the traditional lawn such as no-mow grasses, hardscape materials (gravel, decomposed granite, natural stone, boulders, mulch, and sculpture), and eco-friendly strategies such as “sheet mulching” to quickly eradicate the lawn.
For over ten years, East Bay Municipal Utility District has offered rebates for converting ornamental lawn to sustainable landscaping. Hear Michael Hazinski provide a water utility perspective on the trends in consumer acceptance of sustainable landscaping and a comprehensive approach to implementing landscape water conservation incentives.
Jodie Sheffield, Sod Development Expert from Delta Bluegrass Company will introduce you to their water saving California Native Sod products. The presentation and discussion will focus on: how to choose the right native sod for your project, water wise irrigation management, and how to maintain native sod.
Learn how the new features of Landscape, Ubuntu's premier systems management tool, can help your enterprise manage Ubuntu deployments at scale.
This new version of Landscape introduces key features such as Role Based Access Control, Bare Metal Provisioning, a complete API along with other tools and reporting capabilities aimed at giving you total operational awareness.
This channelcast will provide comprehensive insight into how Landscape's enterprise systems management and regulatory compliance functionality can help an organization tame complexity. Our special guest is Dave Russell, who heads Global Pre-sales at Canonical, joined by Federico Lucifredi, Landscape and Ubuntu Advantage product manager.
With cyber threats constantly emerging every week, many struggle to keep up with all of the issues and many others feel hopeless. We will examine recent trends and breach categories to understand how the threat landscape has shifted. We must learn from our recent and not so recent history to be able to predict the next wave of attacks and to structure our defenses against them.Read more >
The ever-changing cyber threat landscape requires better security practices to assess, detect and block threats to applications and other workloads. Many regulations, such as PCI, HIPAA and the upcoming European GDPR also require accurate and timely detection of threats and compromise. So how can you keep pace with a threat target that is constantly moving?
In this session, Misha Govshteyn, SVP of Product Management and Founder at Alert Logic provides insight on the latest web application security threats, the role of threat intelligence, security technologies, machine learning and security experts.
Tis the season of predictions looking ahead to 2017 and paying lip service to the threat landscape. Not a fan of either of those? You’re not alone. Join FireEye in this BrightTalk webinar where we’ll discuss more than just the threats that may or may not be awaiting us in 2017. We’ll discuss real attacker tactics and techniques, along with how you can actually counter the risk they present.Read more >
When working with state and governmental agencies, it can be tough to navigate the communications divide. With ever-changing requirements and fast-paced IT landscapes, how do you keep up with your organization's demands and streamline your communications? Join this webinar to hear how MHM Services, a mental health expert, tackles the ever-changing requirements and IT landscape to deliver the highest level customer service. See how 8x8’s unified communications help alleviate headaches and enable MHM to connect with over 6,000 clinical, managerial and administrative professionals nationwide.Read more >
Join Ryan Olson, Senior Director of Threat Intelligence for Palo Alto Networks as he looks at the multiple instances of compromises we make within the Software Supply Chain, and get this predictions of what to expect from 2018.
Discover more by reading the blog in the attachments.
The security paradigm for nearly two decades has been to increasingly invest in technology. These solutions have not only failed to solve the problem but have made the challenge more complex. Even if true threats are detected, they are lost in a sea of alerts and lack the context to prioritize and build response. This security posture is only exacerbated by the skills deficit currently facing the industry.
In this webinar, we look at the emergence of a new security-as-a-service paradigm and the capabilities required to help organizations reduce risk and time to protection. The discussion will cover how the cost, specialization and complexity of cyber defense have positioned security to follow other markets in adopting an “as-a-service” paradigm.
We will also address the capabilities that define an ideal security-as-a-service partner such as:
•the availability of security expertise
•a broad intelligence capability and
•flexible deployment options
Not only does this approach improve a security posture and reduce risk but it does so with a lower total cost of ownership (TCO). Register today to learn more about this emerging security-as-a-service model.
The FireEye Team
The last year has been dominated by costly attacks, newsworthy breaches ransomware and economic espionage. Cybercrime has gotten bigger and bolder and the financial rewards have gotten much bigger. Cyber attacks have started to become a regular occurrence in the news,. This webcast will review
• Review the threat landscape of 2017
• Who or what has been to blame in these ransomware and cyber attacks
• What lessons can you the security professionals take from the year
• What solutions can help secure you as we move into 2018.
Steve Locke, Director of Security Technology at Northern Trust, shares insights on today’s cyber security landscape. In this session, he discusses trends in the cyber landscape, cyber attacks of 2017 and strategies for demystifying cyber threats.Read more >
2017 was the year of cyber attacks and high profile data breaches. Discover what cyber security professionals should be focusing on in order to secure their organizations in 2018.
This interactive Q&A panel will discuss:
- The trends shaping the cyber threat landscape in 2018
- Lessons from the biggest cyber events of the year
- Recommendations for CISOs on securing the enterprise in an age of frequent and persistent attacks
- The technological advancements in the fight against cyber criminals and the processes organizations need to have in place to enable their security teams
- Amar Singh, Cyber Management Alliance
- Stuart Davis, Director, Global Services & Intelligence Europe, Middle East & Africa at Mandiant
- Edward Tucker, CIO, DP Governance
- Dharminder Debisarun, Industry Security Architect, Palo Alto Networks
2017 was a year dominated by costly cyber-attacks, massive data breaches, malicious ransomware, and economic espionage. With cyber-criminals getting bolder, and financial rewards getting bigger, cyber-attacks are now a regular occurrence in the news.
Join us in this webinar as we review:
• The threat landscape of 2017
• Who or what were to blame for these ransomware and cyber-attacks
• What lessons can security professionals like you take from the year
• What solutions can help secure you as we move into 2018
In recent years we have experienced ongoing changes in BCM: increasing demands from customers for a validated BC capability, new and/or increased risks such as cyber threats, the need to fully include supply chain continuity, changes in terminology, scope, technology, and planning procedures, and requirements to earn and maintain certifications for our organizations and ourselves. All this is in addition to day in/day out responsibilities. This conjures up a mental image of the performers who keep plates and bowls spinning on poles without letting any of them fall. For BC professionals this at times may even seem like preventing tumbling crockery while riding a unicycle.
This webinar will explore current issues including the changing BC landscape, the division of responsibility for some risks such as cyber threats, and discuss the increasing importance of cooperation, collaboration and communication to avoid gaps and overlaps in efforts to develop a resilient organization.
Adding a practical and in-depth view on individual channels to a holistic view on pharma’s communication landscape.
Key topics include:
•reach, frequency, impact
•do’s and don’ts
•preferred content, preferred format
•company performance in key channels
Pharmaceutical marketers are increasingly native multichannel practitioners, but building an effective and efficient campaign is challenging.
This is also because the digital landscape, and the number of options available is still rapidly evolving.
What are the best ways to choose the right channels and the right content? And how can you plan to optimize operations further by cutting down on costs and approval times?
This webinar brings together experts in digital marketing with case studies from a leading pharmaceutical company to keep you up to date with the latest technology and trends and provide practical advice on how to maximize your impact.
Within one hour, you’ll discover how to optimize and streamline all content-related processes within a single platform: starting with concept development and ending with the final launch. What is more, you will find out how to reuse and repurpose your ready-made content cost-effectively, as well as save time while adapting and updating content through its whole lifecycle.
•How to develop best practice and a winning multichannel strategy
•Making sure your content supports face-to-face interactions
•Transforming the commercial teams to deliver successful digital and multichannel projects
•How to innovate in multichannel, and the potential of future integration solutions
Enterprise storage is alive and well, however there are many changes occurring both in technology along with usage and applications scenarios. There are many different application and workload usage scenarios with various performance, availability, capacity and economic considerations, likewise there are various technology options. These options range from local on-site traditional enterprise-class storage systems to mid-range along with software defined across commodity and vendor proprietary hardware.
Some of these solutions are evolution, some may even be revolutionary, however they all fit into supporting technolutionary enterprise storage needs. This webinar will look at the current landscape options for enterprise storage along with what to use when or where for different applications requirements.
- Hardware and software defined storage and software defined storage management
- Cloud, Virtual and Physical storage for various applications and workloads
- Performance, Availability, Capacity and Economics along with management
- Metrics that matter including relevant benchmarks and marketecture
- Flash SSD, SSHD and HDD as part of a tiered storage environment
- Networking with your servers and storage
- Various industry trends and directions