No organization wants to lose data or waste precious time searching for it when it is needed. And, we all know the costly ramifications of failing to comply with governmental regulations: HIPAA/HITECH, PCI, Freedom of Information Act, GDPR, and many more. Join Jacques Sauvé, IGP of NetGovern, a leader in Information Governance software, and Ben Canter of Caringo, secure scale-out storage, to learn how compliance with current, large rapidly scaling data sets requires tighter integration between information governance and underlying storage infrastructure.Read more >
Digital transformation is pressuring every financial services company.
Industry leaders agree that improving customer experience through digital innovation is needed to retain and attract the next generation of customers, however overcoming legacy process inertia and the regulatory compliance standards associated with delivering new digital experiences and solutions has been a challenge.
Join the on-demand webinar to learn how Box Platform can play a critical role in digitizing outdated processes such as Loan Origination and Wealth Management. In this webinar you'll learn:
- Major trends and drivers pushing the financial services industry toward digital transformation
- How Box Platform makes it easy to securely share confidential information your customers demand — within your own custom web portals and mobile apps
- Key examples of wealth management and loan origination apps built with Box Platform
- How our guest speakers are seeing technology impact their businesses and industries in financial services
Whether your primary interest is to create new and innovative customer experiences, or simply reduce costs in your existing processes, this session will give you a different perspective on how you can get there.
About Box Platform
Box Platform is a cloud content management platform that enables businesses of all sizes to build digital experiences with content for employees, partners and customers. You can learn more at box.com/platform
Hear directly from Hewlett Packard Enterprise senior executives about the recently announced Spin-Merge and how this news will positively impact HPE’s Information Management & Governance products and services.
On September 7, Hewlett Packard Enterprise announced plans for a spin-off and merger of our Software business unit with Micro Focus, a global software company dedicated to delivering and supporting enterprise software solutions. The combination of HPE’s software assets with Micro Focus will create one of the world’s largest pure-play enterprise software companies.
Join senior executives from HPE Software, and the Information Management and Governance business unit, to learn how this spin-merge will positively impact HPE’s technology portfolio and the ability to address your (or your customers’) needs. Hear firsthand about investments that are being made in HPE’s Adaptive Backup & Recovery, Secure Content Management, Verity, and Digital Safe suites. And have your questions answered by top executives. We look forward to you joining us.
Your mobile employees have valuable ideas and client data on their machines. In fact, as much as 70% of employee-created company data lives on laptops. But in the event of the inevitable cyberattack, traditional ring-fenced security models are unable to protect this data effectively or recover it quickly without slowing down or otherwise burdening your employees.
In our webinar, hear how Adam Andersen, Director of IT and Security at 3D Results, found a way to protect his company’s IP without compromising end-user freedom. You’ll learn how to:
Detect legitimate threats
Help users bounce back from any data loss issue fast, no matter where they work
Focus on detection and response, because successful attacks and data loss can’t be prevented every time
Workbooks CRM CEO, John Cheney, and Head of Service Delivery, Penny Lowe, discuss how to best leverage CRM to address the rapidly approaching General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
In this webinar we cover:
- Supplier assessments – how to streamline your processes
- Data subject access requests – areas to consider
- Data breaches and incident responses – how CRM can help
In a survey of 722 IT leaders by CIO Magazine, four out of five respondents were concerned about shadow IT projects lacking proper IT oversight in their organizations*. This concern is justified -- when users create "shadow IT" workarounds or avoid security processes altogether, it can leave organizations at risk.
Security teams are learning that when you account for the human element, you can develop policies that users actually want to adopt. Join us for a discussion on how you can build a strong security culture by learning from user behavior research, and employing concepts like gamification to collaborate with your users.
With this two-part video, you'll understand the complete Intermedia vision on how cloud IT gives you the "freedom to focus"-- and then hear from customers and partners about what this means to them.Read more >
Remember the days when IT had full control of which applications were used across your organisation? Today’s reality is that business moves faster than ever before, and teams need to be agile and able to easily collaborate together. How do organisations embrace the advantages of the cloud while keeping security and compliance tight?
In this session we discuss:
-How modern working practices might not be secured by traditional means
-The scale of Shadow IT; even in organisations that have no ‘official’ cloud infrastructure
-The risk posed by well-meaning employees and why modern authentication matters
Microsoft® SharePoint sites have become a dumping ground for enterprise and customer information. This practice, compounded over time, compromises your investment in SharePoint, minimizes productivity and can even result in the risk of failing to comply with internal and external regulations (GDPR). Join us to learn how HPE
ControlPoint can help you clean up your SharePoint sites and regain control of your data.
How do IT organizations manage data and control costs across paradigms in a way that does not restrict or prohibit portability? How do IT organizations provide consistent core-to-edge insight, capabilities and data services regardless of the location, vendor or platform?
When users put content into the cloud, they lose insight and control. Sure they can see capacity consumed, but what about the data services and performance? Working across clouds or moving from cloud to cloud further perpetuates the existing problems - lack of common tools and potential vendor lock-in.
FreeStor gives customers total choice to build the right destination, on the right storage paradigm for the right price and service level.
Wearables can easily empower humans by providing them several unique capabilities. However, they also create new business areas and dedicated cases studies highlighting the non-intrusive functionalities and wide range of these devices. While payment appears as the most promising area, innovative case studies on transportation and access control are encouraging. Frost & Sullivan expects the wearable market to reach 220 million devices in 2020; more than 50% of these devices will be smart watches. Even if Apple smart watches did not reach the expected forecast in 2016, the average price per wearable shipped is expected to increase over the forecast period from about $215 in 2014 to about $247 in 2020, at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 2.3%.Read more >
Organizational Intelligence series
To succeed with self-service analytics, organizations need a reference architecture that maps business users, technology, and developers to an information supply chain. This webcast with industry expert Wayne Eckerson shows how to deliver self-service analytics by creating an agile, flexible information supply chain that enables all types of business users to service their own intelligence needs without jeopardizing data alignment. Using Eckerson’s latest research, we’ll explore how to balance speed and standards, freedom and control, and self-service and governance.
•The benefits of governance in self-service and data discovery scenarios
•The challenges that may arise when governance is lacking
•Effective ways to manage and oversee environments to preserve information consistency, accuracy, security, and accessibility
Storage I/O bottlenecks were dramatically slowing imaging projects for the University of Utah’s SCI Institute, while lack of insight into data usage hampered effective capacity management.
Qumulo’s data-aware, scale-out NAS software changed all that, cutting processing times from months to days, and delivering the analytics necessary to make smarter decisions about data management, ultimately turning black-box storage into a highly visible resource.
In this customer video captured at Supercomputing 2016, Nick Rathke, Assistant Director with SCI Institute, discusses the benefits his org has experienced since deploying Qumulo.
Although many companies use Hadoop to help a few high-powered data scientists gain valuable insight, turning insights into action remains a challenge.
In this webcast hosted by Information Builders, featuring Boris Evelson, Vice President, Forrester Research, you’ll learn how to channel the power and freedom of Hadoop into operational actions that will provide better outcomes for your company.
- Enable flexible Hadoop data discovery while getting consistent results across different users
- Take the insights found by data scientists and harness them for a larger, non-technical audience
- Flow Hadoop-derived insights directly into operational processes
Boris Evelson, Vice President, Forrester Research
Boris Evelson serves business process professionals. A leading expert in BI with Forrester Research, Boris delivers strategic guidance that helps enterprises define BI strategies, governance, and architectures, and identify vendors and technologies that help them put information to use in business processes and end-user experiences.
Jake Freivald, Vice President of Product Marketing, Information Builders
Mr. Freivald is responsible for messaging strategy, content creation, and thought leadership for the WebFOCUS BI and analytics, iWay data integrity, and iWay integration product lines. He joined Information Builders in 1999 as a product manager for the Data Warehouse division, where he supported cross-platform product development and deployment.
See a live case study on how Twelve Box migrated their applications to multiple cloud environments without compromising on security, visibility & compliance.
We’ve all seen the emails: someone shared a Google doc with us, our bank wants to verify our password, we’ve received an “important” attachment, you name it.
Phishing is common. It’s common because it’s easy. Not only is phishing common, but it’s getting worse. There’s no “magic bullet” to eliminate phishing as a threat, so what can you do to mitigate your risk?
Join Jordan Wright for a hands-on, method-focused deep dive into how you can reduce the threat posed by phishing. This will cover mitigation tactics at each stage of a phishing attempt, from before an email reaches the inbox to what you can do after a user clicks the phishing link.
After you’ve solved your core authentication needs, what’s the next step in securing access to your critical resources? Your users are validated, but they still connect through a network from potentially vulnerable computers and mobile devices.
So how do you identify which of these devices are compromised endpoints?
In a 2017 SANS survey of IT professionals, 79% said hunting for compromised endpoints is “difficult or impossible.” Finding the right balance of security and user convenience is daunting, especially with BYOD and hosted applications added to the mix. The good news is that there are ways to make this easier, and this webinar will show you how.
One of the most pressing questions enterprises have to answer is: “Should we move to the cloud or stay on-premise?” For many, the answer is a blend of both. Determining your organization’s cloud strategy can be complex. Important considerations must be made around security and compliance requirements, balancing the needs of developers, as well as the existing infrastructure implementations.
In this webinar, we’ll identify multiple considerations you’ll face when starting to think about your cloud strategy and walk through how to manage those critical choices. We’ll cover how to:
- Evaluate the mix of private and public cloud options are best for your business
- Prioritize services for your developers and end users
- Identify new approaches to enable freedom of choice, mobility, and accelerate service delivery
- Define a cloud strategy that accelerates your ability to deliver new applications and innovative solutions
Large enterprise businesses must manage hybrid IT environments and adapt to the new digital economy – delivering fast development cycles, modern user experiences and secure user access – all underpinned by the freedom to deploy applications and data across mainframe, distributed, mobile or cloud platforms. Tune in to hear Chris Livesey, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Application Modernization & Connectivity solutions at Micro Focus explain how the team’s customer-centered innovation enables businesses to realize the best possible balance of cost, risk and speed.Read more >
Le RGPD (règlement général sur la protection des données) de l’Union européenne entre en vigueur en mai 2018. Les lourdes amendes prévues en cas de non-conformité ont fait couler beaucoup d’encre. Mais quels sont les aspects moins connus du RGPD dont vous devez tenir compte pour respecter les normes imposées ?
Rejoignez-nous pour un webinaire instructif où nous aborderons les thèmes suivants :
- L’importance d’évaluer l’impact des risques et de la protection des données, et les critères à prendre en compte
- Pourquoi la disponibilité durable des informations est primordiale pour assurer la conformité au RGPD
- Comment la hausse des niveaux de chiffrement peut nuire à la visibilité en cas de violation de données
- Comment assurer un accès sécurisé à vos applications et données
En suivant ce webinar, vos données personnelles seront partagées avec F5 et seront traitées en accord avec la politique de confidentialité de F5 (https://f5.com/about-us/policies/privacy-policy).
In today’s competitive business landscape, retailers can't afford any delays when releasing new products to market. With a single, integrated commerce platform in place, marketing and merchandising teams can experience a new agility that enables them to rapidly introduce products or open pop-up stores based on market trends and needs.
Join Miya Knights from IDC Research and Mike Haze from Mozu as they discuss how to directly empower marketers and merchandisers with streamlined and powerful tools that create smarter, faster go-to-market strategies. With freedom from IT, retailers can now bring brand consistency and unique product experiences to customers.
From May 2018 the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into effect. Much has been written about the large fines that will be imposed for non-compliance, but what are the less well known aspects of GDPR that you need to address to meet the required standards?
Join us for this informative webinar to learn more about:
- The importance of performing risk and data protection impact assessments and what you need to consider
- Why availability and resilience of information is critical to GDPR compliance
- How increasing levels of encryption may prevent visibility of data breaches
- How to ensure secure access to your applications and data
- With only three months to go, this webinar will help your organisation prepare better for successful GDPR compliance.
By watching this webinar, your personal details will be shared with F5 and treated in accordance with the F5 Privacy Notice (https://f5.com/about-us/policies/privacy-policy).
The adoption of cloud-managed services such as managed databases and machine learning gives developers the freedom to innovate in the application business logic. Coupling microservices with adoption of cloud infrastructure and cloud managed offerings is a recipe for high-velocity application development. But what does this transformation mean for security teams?
Watch this webinar to learn:
-How to secure heterogeneous cloud environments.
-How to follow Zero Trust principles of authentication and authorization for all transactions.
-What are the main components of security in the microservices stack?
In his introduction keynote to the Ubuntu Enterprise Summit Mark Shuttleworth, founder and CEO of Canonical, will be explaining his vision for the future of enterprise architecture.
In his presentation Mark will look into the various trends at play that are currently transforming the way IT infrastructures are being built and managed. From technology to operations, Mark will expose how enterprises are taking new approaches to containing costs and giving developers the freedom to build new breakthrough services.
More about Mark:
Mark Shuttleworth is Founder of Ubuntu and CEO of Canonical. Mark founded Thawte, an internet commerce security company in 1996 while studying finance and IT at the University of Cape Town before selling the company to VeriSign in 1999. In 2000 he founded HBD, an investment company, and created the Shuttleworth Foundation to fund innovative leaders in society with a combination of fellowships and investments. In 2002 he flew to the International Space Station as a member of the crew of Soyuz mission TM34, after a year of training in Star City, Russia. In 2004, he founded Ubuntu and Canonical.