Compelling digital experiences are important for both internal B2E users of your business applications, as well as your partners and customers. Employee engagement has been shown to impact bottom line and providing business users with applications that are easy and intuitive to use not only makes them more efficient in their jobs, but also increases their engagement and enjoyment levels as they perform day-to-day tasks. This session discusses best practices in evolving your OpenEdge business application to provide modern, personalized and intuitive digital experiences. We will cover the importance of a UX-first approach, how to architect business applications for scalability and security in the web and cloud era, and discuss how a reusable modernization approach and tooling created by Progress Professional Services greatly simplifies exposing REST APIs to your backend data and logic, while allowing you to rapidly create component and template-based web and mobile user interfaces
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Managing a virtual environment can add a new element of complexity on top of the existing complexity inherent to the incumbent physical environment. Dynamic virtualized systems typically don’t support the standard SNMP mode of data collection. Even if they do, they provide limited or inaccurate information. As a result, different virtualization management software is required for you to have the visibility you need to intelligently and efficiently manage your virtual servers.
With WhatsUp Gold’s virtualization management you can discover, monitor, and report on both Hyper-V and VMware environments. Register for our upcoming webinar to learn how WhatsUp Gold Virtualization Monitoring can help you:
Get instant visibility
See everything in context
Alert on your virtual infrastructure
Create custom dashboards
Generate detailed reports
Watch this webinar for a full demonstration of rule deployment across the applications where enterprise decisions are made!
Jeff Ryan, Director of Information Technology Danville Area School District
In mere weeks, Jeff Ryan and the DASD technology team had to get the Danville Area School District's students, staff, and faculty online and fully supported for remote learning. By leveraging WhatsUp Gold, Google Meet, and Open Broadcaster Software, he had a system in place by the first day of school working effectively for everyone. Because the system was so stable, and had adequate support, Jeff was able to take a planned vacation weeks after school started with few concerns about the system's reliability.
Watch this webinar to learn:
How Jeff developed a stable remote-learning solution effectively giving each teacher individual studios
How Jeff’s team implemented that solution fast using a combination of licensed and open-source software tools
How Gregory and Erin leverage this solution to educate kids remotely
How Jeff monitors all of this with WhatsUp Gold
Mike Furgal, Director of Database & Pro2 Services, Progress
Your databases are critical to your business but maintaining a powerful, advanced database is a fulltime job. Unchain your IT staff for more important things and protect your precious information at the same time by enlisting the help of our Managed Database Administration (MDBA) Services team.
In this interactive panel discussion lead by our MDBA team, you’ll learn how three OpenEdge customers get peace of mind with the service. We take care of database management tasks so our customers can spend their time on more important projects.
You’ll hear from:
Construction Industry Solutions (COINS): The market leader in enterprise software solutions for the construction industry, with over 62,000 users worldwide
BerkOne: For nearly 85 years, BerkOne has delivered content and process automation solutions to thousands of clients, providing them with the highest level of audit and compliance in the industry
Ultratec: A manufacturer of text communications working to make telephone access more convenient and reliable for people with hearing loss
Watch this webinar and get answers straight from your fellow OpenEdge users.
Gregg Shupe, Digital Experience Thought Leader, Progress; Hannu Vangsgaard, CEO, Ucommerce
COVID-19 has thrown some major curveballs at every business. But, within every crisis are the seeds of opportunity. The digital channels you are already using to connect with your audience can also be used to drive new sources of revenue, helping your business survive—and even thrive—in the current landscape.
Find out how weaving ecommerce into your broader digital strategy can help you pivot in today's business climate by viewing this on-demand webinar with Sitefinity technology partner Ucommerce. You'll learn about:
- What the evolution of digital commerce means for you
- How to rapidly launch (or expand) your ecommerce strategy
- What you need to look for in an agile ecommerce solution
See how your ecommerce capabilities can quickly become a major revenue driver—and perhaps even your greatest asset.
John Ainsworth, Dion Picco, Charles Connelly from Progress
Jira, Aha!, GitHub, TeamCity—the DevOps technology stack is growing daily. Successful DevOps relies on tight coordination across teams. However, achieving this coordination is difficult when data silos obscure key information.
Watch this webinar for an inside look at the challenges businesses face when DevOps data is divided across multiple systems. Our expert panel discusses how they have overcome this “DevOps dilemma” here at Progress—and the steps you can take to overcome it too.
File Transfer Protocol (FTP) is the traditional file transfer protocol or the basic way of sharing files (think email attachments). Whereas, Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) is a protocol based on the network protocol SSH. SFTP uses a single connection and encrypts both authentication formation and data files being transferred. Essentially, SFTP adds an additional layer of security where FTP can leave your business exposed to cybercriminals and ‘bad-actors’.
In this webinar, we’ll discuss the key differences between:
- SFTP and FTP
- MFT and SFTP
- And...how to ensure your file transfer activities are secure AND encrypted end-to-end
SFTP was built from the ground up with security in mind. View this webinar on-demand and learn the fundamental differences between SFTP and FTP!
Monitoring a physical server is not a thing of the past. In fact, it’s just as important as ever. With proper monitoring, you can understand system resource usage and identify performance-related issues like utilization, downtime and response time.
However, you need all this important information available in a single pane of glass. This ensures you have complete visibility into your entire environment so you can respond quickly to potential issues. In this webinar, you’ll hear from product experts about the keys to monitoring a physical server, including:
How fan, power supply and temperature sensors work for Dell/HP systems
How to add CPU, memory and disk utilization monitors and configure alerts on them
How to create a service monitor for critical Windows services
Register today and learn how WhatsUp Gold helps you quickly identify and fix problems with your servers before anyone even notices.
Kerry Graham, Marketing Manager, Hughes Federal Credit Union
Progress Sitefinity and Americaneagle.com discuss successful approaches for defining and executing a digital experience strategy. Learn how Hughes Federal Credit Union, 2020 Sitefinity Site of the Year winner, has a competitive advantage with a DXP that delivers the experiences that customers have come to expect.
Today, the banking industry has continued to struggle since the Great Financial Crisis of 2008/2009. In addition, customers’ demands have shifted as they expect to be able to do most of their banking online and banks’ online services are critical to attracting and retaining consumers. Physical banks are disappearing around the world as consumers prefer banking digitally.
Because of this, digital experiences are driven by the need to empower customers to do what they want to do, when and where they want to do it. With the explosion of available data and analytics, these experiences also need to be tailored to improve relevance. A digital experience platform (DXP) is an integrated array of technologies designed to deliver a breadth of unique experiences to a wide variety of audiences. Learn why a DXP should be the foundation of your digital transformation strategy and how our customer example, Hughes Federal Credit Union implemented an award winning example of just that. During this webinar we’ll explore:
- The challenges a business need to address, including multisite management at scale, data source integration and delivering experiences that support the entire customer journey
- Why a content management system (CMS) should be the foundation of your DXP
- Tangible results of digital experiences, such as personalized interactions across all digital touchpoints
Ted Schadler, Vice President & Principal Analyst, Forrester
48 percent of business leaders believe that their organizations must make significant inroads toward improving digital experiences within the next 12 months—or face negative financial and competitive impact.
If digital experiences are short- and long-term strategic imperatives for your organization, you’ll want to watch this thought-provoking discussion about how to build successful digital experiences on every device and channel.
Industry expert, Ted Schadler, Vice President and Principal Analyst of Forrester Research, joins Progress’ Gregg Shupe to discuss:
- Why you should re-evaluate your digital strategy
- How a well-planned roadmap enables you to future-proof your digital experiences
- Why savvy businesses lead with a digital experience platform
Michael Barnes, VP & Research Director, Forrester; Tim Evans, Designer, Websilk
The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the implementation of digital strategies worldwide. Forrester Research and Progress partner, Websilk, provide insight into how businesses like yours are embracing digital to thrive in “the new normal.”
In the first session, Websilk breaks down how one Sitefinity customer adapted its business model to fit today’s digital-first world. An integrated and agile approach enabled this transformation in just a few weeks—even with a limited budget and small team.
Then, Forrester Research’s Michael Barnes takes a look at the future of digital experiences. He’ll discuss why digital experience platforms are critical to respond to changing economic and customer needs.
By watching these sessions, you’ll discover how to:
- Capitalize on digital trends to succeed in today’s digital business environment
- Take advantage of continuous development and integration
- Streamline digital analysis and speed up time to market with smart data and insights
The final session in our “successful six” series dives into how to keep everything in your business running smoothly. Ensure your database is running as efficiently as possible with OpenEdge Management and OpenEdge Table Partitioning, two of the six key features in OpenEdge RDBMS Advanced Enterprise Edition (AEE).
Database performance is critical to every successful business, so the second session in our “successful six” series dives into how you can make the most of your database. See how you improve database performance by using OpenEdge Multi-tenancy and OpenEdge Change Data Capture (CDC), two of the six key features in OpenEdge RDBMS Advanced Enterprise Edition (AEE).
Securing your data is a top priority, and the first session in our “successful six” series dives into why. See how you can secure your data without negatively impacting database performance by using OpenEdge Transparent Data Encryption (TDE) and OpenEdge Replication, two of the six key features in OpenEdge RDBMS Advanced Enterprise Edition (AEE).
This session highlights the value of both TDE and Replication. With these two solutions, users can:
Balance security and performance with OpenEdge TDE. As a complete out-of-the-box solution, TDE uses standard encryption libraries and encryption key management to secure your data.
Keep your operations up and running with OpenEdge Replication. By minimizing outages and unplanned downtime, you can avoid lost revenue, brand damage and angry customers.
With the majority of the workforce working remotely, new IT risks have emerged, ranging from maintaining file transfer security to managing shadow IT. Additionally, while any change in how your workforce operates can open the door to new risks, the current situation is especially unique and may have long-lasting ramifications for remote work moving forward.
You need to ensure that your employees can send and receive files without violating various compliance regulations like HIPAA, PCI and the GDPR. In this webinar, managed file transfer expert Andrew Lorandos looks at the top five issues many IT teams are currently facing.
By now, most IT teams have a handle on today’s work-from-home reality. Now, many are looking ahead to the days when offices will re-open, and users will go back to work.
For some, getting the office back up and running is as simple as turning everything back on. For others, there’s lots of work to be done as they adjust to the “new normal.” In this webinar on-demand, we’ll discuss some best practices for getting your workplace back up and running, including how to:
Manage and support both on-prem and remote workers
Monitor critical resources and ensure uptime across the office
Check for any expired licenses and certificate
Communicate new processes and policies to users
Handle equipment in a manner that keeps your team (and your users) safe
For 60+ years, electrical products distributor State Electric Supply Co. has run by the motto “customer focused, quality driven.” To live up to that promise, State Electric wanted to evolve how it engaged customers by transforming its ecommerce site.
State Electric used Infor SX.e, an OpenEdge-based ERP, and Sitefinity and Americaneagle.com to deliver a frictionless B2B ecommerce experience that capitalized on ERP capabilities like warehouse logistics, catalog product management and pricing. The end result is a modern ecommerce experience that streamlines warehouse activities and drives customer engagement.
Watch to learn how State Electric evolved its OpenEdge application and modernized its customer experience with Progress—and how you could do the same.
Mike Furgal, Progress & Gyles Garber, Excel Industries
For many companies, their databases lie at the heart of their operations. Do you know how to anticipate database issues before they disrupt your business?
Excel Industries excels at database administration by leveraging the Progress Managed Database Administration (MDBA) Service. From day-to-day operational monitoring to QAD maintenance or project work, watch this on-demand webinar to see how Excel Industries uses Progress to proactively keep their system running with superior performance and availability.
In today’s unpredictable and extraordinary business environment, customer behavior and buyer preferences have changed, in some cases, permanently. This affects both internal and external customers as well as all of your partners within the supply chain.
All organizations are facing the threat of being disrupted by competitors that deliver exceptional digital experiences. This trend will accelerate as companies conduct more business and more customer engagement online. In this session, you’ll learn how Progress Sitefinity:
Elevates the way your enterprise enables customer self-service
Automates processes to meet your customers’ needs dynamically
Engages with customers in personalized and innovative ways
Plus, we’ll look at how Sitefinity can integrate with applications like QAD EE.
Ken Beutler, Product Manager and James Goodfellow, Product Marketing Manager at Progress
As enterprises shift more and more of their data assets to the cloud, many essential data systems remain on-premises. While this hybrid data may be housed in various locations, users still demand the ease of access and security they’ve come to expect with data stored locally.
At Progress, we are committed to delivering innovative products that keep you connected to your data—no matter where it lives. Progress DataDirect’s Hybrid Data Pipeline (HDP) was built for this hybrid data landscape, enabling secure, real-time access to on-prem and cloud-based data.
In this webinar, participants will learn;
- Trends in data as businesses move more of their data to the cloud
- The challenges of maintaining hybrid data
- How businesses can seamlessly connect data across multiple on-prem and cloud-based applications.
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Data is exploding. Digital devices are proliferating. Interfaces are taking new forms. Everything must be connected. Developers need to deliver more sophisticated apps, faster than ever before. View our webcasts on mobile application development, website personalization, IIoT, data connectivity and integrations and more.