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    • The Content Payoff – Transform Business with Content-rich Customer Experiences The Content Payoff – Transform Business with Content-rich Customer Experiences Scott Abel and Ted Schadler, VP and Principal Analyst for Forrester Recorded: Oct 6 2015 5:00 pm UTC 61 mins
    • When Forrester asked over one hundred enterprise digital experience decision-makers to rank their investment priorities in digital experience technologies, Web Content Management came out on top!

      Web content management is at the core of any web experience and gaining more and more attention as brands looks to reinforce their content and experience management strategy.

      As a business or technology stakeholder, if you are considering investment in your content and experience management platform, this webinar will leave you with invaluable insights on key content and technology best practices.

      Join Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler, and Ted Schadler, Vice President and Principal Analyst for Forrester, and learn about the latest trends, data and perspectives that turn content and experiences into revenue to help justify your business case. Understand the fundamental content & technology principles that will differentiate your brand today and for years to come, and be inspired with specific actions you can take from the world's leading authority on content and experience delivery.

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    • 2015 Structured Product Annual Performance Review 2015 Structured Product Annual Performance Review Chris Taylor, Head of Strategic Development, Lowes Structured Investment Centre Recorded: Feb 23 2016 3:00 pm UTC 48 mins
    • A presentation of the '2015 Structured Product Annual Performance Review', compiled by StructuredProductReview.com and presented by Lowes Structured Investment Centre.

      The Review represents the most comprehensive data and analysis of structured product performance ever undertaken in the UK, covering all IFA distributed products to have matured in 2015, broken down by product and payoff type. 5-year data will also be presented, for a long term perspective of the sector and product performance.

      The Review provides factual data / empirical evidence for advisers and investors, that will be invaluable in assessing the efficacy and value of structured products and their performance ... and will highlight the exceptionally strong performance of the sector's products, across the piste, for all product types and risk/return categories, including Structured Deposits, Capital Protected and Capital-at-Risk Products.

      An inaugural 'Spot the Stars' section will also be used to help demonstrate the diversity of providers, counterparties, product offerings and risk/return propositions offered by the sector.

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    • When everyone wants Big Data, who gets it? When everyone wants Big Data, who gets it? Nik Rouda, Senior Analyst; ESG, Tanwir Danish; VP Product Dev; Marketshare, Rajiv Synghal, Chief Architect; Kaiser Permanente Recorded: Mar 24 2016 5:00 pm UTC 61 mins
    • The accelerating supply of big data is converging with accelerating data demand from everyday business users. What does it take to get from Hadoop as a data reservoir to Hadoop as a day-to-day data source for your business and end users?

      The answer to ‘what’ is ‘how’ and ‘who’. Reducing architectural reliance on ‘small data’ technologies and broadening access to Hadoop hold the key to big data payoff.

      Join Nik Rouda, Big Data Analyst and blogger at the Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG), as he hosts this webcast featuring guest presentations from real world practitioners Tanwir Danish, VP of Product Development at Marketshare (acquired by Neustar) and Rajiv Synghal, Chief Architect, Big Data Strategy at Kaiser Permanente.

      - Latest research on Hadoop adoption patterns and anti-patterns
      - Putting users at the center of big data utilization and avoiding the data scientist paradox
      - Architectural misconceptions that can tank big data initiatives
      - Security and multi-tenancy strategies to accelerate adoption
      - Retooling skills and organizational thinking when big data is the rule, not the exception

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    • Making Mobile Ads Pay Making Mobile Ads Pay Dr. Phil Hendrix, Pro Analyst, David Card, VP of Research; GigaOM & David Kurtz, VP of Publisher Products; AT&T Interactive Recorded: Apr 26 2012 6:00 pm UTC 64 mins
    • For mobile publishers, it seems the mobile advertising payoff is always a year away, but 2011 may have represented a real inflection point. Hyperlocal is why. The U.S. is at the crossover point where smartphones outsell feature phones and forecasts project that local ads will drive 70 percent of mobile spending in the future.

      Today, while one in three companies place mobile ads, only half of those ads are localized. But hyperlocal mobile ads represent a real win-win-win scenario for users, advertisers, and mobile publishers, by presenting more relevant ads with better conversion rates and richer CPMs. Hyperlocal mobile ad networks can achieve the reach and inventory necessary for advertiser success, and can manage the work of dealing with local merchants.

      Join GigaOM Pro analyst Dr. Phil Hendrix and David Kurtz, VP of Publisher Products at AT&T Interactive for a webinar on the hyperlocal mobile space, complete with case studies and metrics. The conversation, moderated by David Card, VP of Research for GigaOm Pro, will present a framework for evaluating and getting the most out of local mobile ad networks.

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    • Rise of the Targeted Attacks: How to Prevent Them Breaching Your Defences Rise of the Targeted Attacks: How to Prevent Them Breaching Your Defences Bradley Anstis, VP Technical Strategy, M86 Security Recorded: Mar 14 2012 2:00 pm UTC 49 mins
    • Organised cybercrime is a serious issue for private organisations and government agencies alike. As new technologies emerge, so do new ways to exploit them. Cybercriminals have shifted the way they target organisations, abandoning large-scale, generalised attacks, such as phishing, in favour of more targeted, lucrative techniques with bigger payoffs. Because targeted cybercrime is so profitable, perpetrators are highly motivated to find new ways to gather sensitive data for illicit monetary gain or to give a competitive leg up to governments or companies.
      In the last several months M86 Security Labs has seen a surge in targeted attacks against organisations for a variety of reasons - whether they are after customer information, intellectual property or simply to monitor a particular email address. This session reviews the methods and tactics used in these recent attacks. We then look at how and why these attacks are successful, even against world leading IT Security organisations, to identify any potential holes in your organisation’s security architecture.

      What delegates will learn at this session:
      • The two different types of attack methods used to hit intended target organisations
      • Email and Web methods that have been used to successfully steal information from organisations
      • The role of social engineering for targeting and manipulating individuals
      • Recent examples of targeted attacks to illustrate common vulnerabilities.

      Bradley is responsible for Technical Strategy at M86 Security and primary spokesperson for the company on aspects related to the evolution of the technical and strategic product direction beyond the immediate roadmap. In this role he evaluates new technologies and products that could enhance or extend the core M86 product line. Bradley also serves as the primary spokesperson on all topics relevant to the M86 Security Labs.

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    • Telecom ROI -Invest 30 minutes today to learn how to save $10,000 Telecom ROI -Invest 30 minutes today to learn how to save $10,000 Lee Kelso ,VP of BBK Group Recorded: Feb 11 2010 4:00 pm UTC 40 mins
    • Telecom ROI - Invest 30 minutes today to learn how to save $10,000. Face it, every business wastes money. Make 2010 the year you take control of voice and data costs. Your business can't function without telephone, Internet and cellular services. Combined they cost many thousands of dollars per year. Multi-location businesses are at a higher risk, but small businesses can also benefit by understanding how to manage Telecom more effectively. How well does your enterprise manage communication costs? Best practices for managing telecom services cross over into many departments in your corporation; Accounting, I.T., Customer Support, and more. The good news is the payoff can be immediate and substantial. Yet, do you know exactly what you're paying for? Are your bills accurate? When do your contracts expire? Do you follow a forward-looking communication strategy, or are you setting the stage for crisis-based decisions?

      Join BBK Group, Inc. for a free 30-minute Webinar and see how many businesses fail at keeping voice and data costs under control. You'll learn where to find immediate cost reductions, and how to improve process and procedure so your telecom budget turns into profit.

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