The business landscape is changing fast. That much is obvious. Business models are being disrupted, industry mainstays unseated and old certainties upended on a near-daily basis.
Technology is unlocking new possibilities. But it’s also creating new expectations - especially at work.
By 2020, Gen Y will make up 35% of the workforce. This generation has grown up with open communication platforms like Facebook and Instagram. Now, they’re bringing that same expectation of openness to work.
Download this report to uncover why understanding what Gen Y want in a job, as well as an employer, is key to future-proofing businesses.
The increasing number of endpoints and the growing complexity of IT landscape brings in the need of having a unified method of managing IT. Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) gives organizations a simple, flexible way to manage and secure endpoints from an all-in-one single platform. With capabilities such as centralized discovery and management, automation and remote control, UEM equips enterprises to address complex problems encountered by IT in the current landscape.
Download this ebook to learn how to enable your IT teams to eliminate roadblocks and increase productivity and move forward on their way to the digital transformation of the enterprise.
Few salient points:
-The challenges faced by modern IT teams
-How Unified Endpoint Management helps address these challenges
-Benefits of Unified Endpoint Management in the enterprise
-Kaseya’s approach to UEM
As the threat landscape evolves, organizations have accepted the fact that they have to take a more proactive detection approach to advanced threats rather than relying on traditional defenses. As a result, customers have turned to detection and response tools that allow for proactive “hunting” for Indicators of Attack (IoA) and reactive “sweeping” for indicators of compromise (IoCs). Once found, those tools are required to automatically respond to attacks or to at least provide for an action from the Incident Response (IR) staff. Unfortunately, due to the number and complexity of both these attacks and the detection/response tools, organizations struggle to hire enough qualified staff and stay on top of the discovered threats. This is compounded by a worldwide cybersecurity skills shortage. Managed detection and response (XDR) provides advanced threat hunting, detection, and response as a service to organizations that seek assistance for their own IR staff, or for those who wish to o
Published By: Wpromote
Published Date: Sep 10, 2019
Putting an RFP out there allows your company to control the information you receive. Instead of getting cold or (at best) warm pitches that may include a lot of extra stuff you’re not interested in, you’ll receive a proposal fully tailored to your business, your industry, and your needs. A well-constructed RFP allows agencies to give you a glimpse into their inner workings and what skills they can bring to the table to build your brand. Looking for more information about the digital marketing landscape? Ready to start a new chapter in your digital marketing story? Wpromote is ready to act fast and exceed your goals.
Both are fueled by a drive for progress, for pushing
boundaries and advancing the status quo. In these fields,
new trends are like a currency. Keeping ahead of the
next big trend means being aware of the next big seller
and allocating all the right resources – fashion design,
manufacturing, and marketing – for maximum impact.
Miss the hype and the next fashion season is bound to
hurt the bottom line.
New trends are also important to marketers because
owning a new trend is a way to differentiate in today’s
fast-moving digital landscape. It’s a way to stand out
from the pack by investing strategically in the right
approaches and technologies at the right time, then
reaping the benefits organically by leading where others
follow. Naturally, making these decisions requires a bit
of trial and error. Nobody has a magic crystal ball that
guarantees success. But as a rule of thumb, the companies
winning in digital marketing are the ones willing to
adopt new technologies while keeping an sharp.
Published By: Datastax
Published Date: Oct 21, 2019
A recent Gartner survey found that 80% of respondents using public cloud are using more than one cloud service provider (CSP). As databases move to the cloud, the database management service vendor landscape is shrinking, and data governance and integration are becoming more complex.
Are you ready for the impact of multicloud deployments on data and analytics strategies in your own organization?
This new Gartner report on multicloud and intercloud data management provides an impact appraisal along with recommendations for leaders planning to incorporate multiple CSPs into their data management strategies.
2017 was a momentous year in security, even though the DDoS landscape appeared to plateau. Maybe it was because Mirai hit so hard at the end of 2016 and the owners of other botnets were retooling to catch up. Maybe it was because news of large data breaches captured so many headlines, drawing the attention of both criminals and the public. Or maybe it is simply due to the cyclical nature of attack popularity that we have seen in the past. No matter the cause, our prediction is that the trend won’t continue in 2018, and it is not time to be complacent. The Mirai botnet is far from played out, as botnet creators are continuing to modify the source code for their individual needs and, with more connected platforms devices than ever, the Internet will continue to offer fertile ground for largescale attacks.
Retailers who can identify their customers and deliver hyperpersonalized engagement on any channel are the ones thriving in this new age of retail. As the old model of inventory-led retail becomes obsolete, forward-thinking marketers deliver a new generation of shopping experiences with a common focus: the individual consumer.
In our Personalization Handbook for Retail Marketers, we’ll provide a toolset of proven strategies and technologies to help marketers leverage personalization for longterm wins such as increased customer loyalty, spending frequency and lifetime value. Starting things off, we’ll discuss why hyper-personalization is the only constant in today’s rapidly changing retail landscape.
Published By: Dell EMC
Published Date: Aug 01, 2019
Pursuing agility to truly impact business transformation requires embracing date center modernization as a core competency. Crucial to this is having the most up-to-date IT instructure to support the scale and complexity of a changing technology landscape. Companies must embrace this imperative by adopting software-defined data center principles, embracing modernization, and automating their IT management processes. Those that do will propel business innovation and deliver superior customer experiences with fast, secure, and reliable business technology. Download this whitepaper from Dell and Intel® to learn more.
Published By: Lumesse
Published Date: Feb 13, 2015
This White Paper provides information on how Technological advance is powering a motivational disconnect between what Gen Y/Millenial employees can achieve when it comes to learning and development (L&D).
Published By: Oracle OMC
Published Date: Nov 30, 2017
It’s no secret that Account Based Marketing (ABM) has emerged as one of the most buzzed about trends within the B2B marketing world. As ABM evolves from a new, cutting edge tactic into a well known, trusted strategy, some B2B marketers are knee deep within their ABM journey, while others are still in the discovery process, searching for a better understanding before seeking buy-in. Among the array of questions that these marketers have, many
are wondering: just how essential is Account Based Marketing to my organization’s success? What challenges are my peers facing when leveraging ABM? How is ROI from ABM being measured? How much success are my peers achieving? And looking ahead, how will ABM fit in the B2B marketing landscape?
To better understand these questions, Argyle Executive Forum, in partnership with Oracle Marketing Cloud, surveyed leading B2B CMOs and marketing executives across the U.S. to better understand how they’re incorporating ABM into their marketing strategies, wha
Published By: Oracle OMC
Published Date: Nov 30, 2017
There’s really no mystery about mobile testing. It’s the art and science of building, running, and analyzing optimization tests for mobile customer experiences. But for companies looking to mobilize their websites and apps, the mystery often lies in how to do mobile testing really well. This guide assembles the best advice
from analysts, engineers, and thought leaders to help mobile-minded businesses master the non-desktop landscape.
You’ll learn how to optimize customer mobile experiences from strategy to execution. Along the way, you’ll get answers to common questions about mobile testing, find out about optimization testing in general, learn key differences between customer experience optimization (CXO) on mobile and
desktop, and see how you can use design expertise to create bold and effective mobile experiences. So start reading and boost your understanding of mobile testing and optimization.
Published By: Oracle OMC
Published Date: Nov 30, 2017
To say the marketing technology landscape or ecosystem is a crowded space would be an understatement of monumental proportions. Before you consider that to be just an exaggeration,
consider the following:
• There are nearly 4,000 martech solutions on the market today.
• That number has increased over 2500% since 2011.
And if you think marketing was the last area to benefit from a tech boom, you would be right according to Brian Hansford, Director of Client Services for Heinz Marketing.
Distribution executives can no longer afford to view their IT department as merely a cost center. In today's competitive landscape, information technology represents a strategic, cost-saving, revenue-generating differentiator.
Read this new brief and discover why IT continues to be a major business driver in this industry, supporting customer service, collaboration, decision-making and other aspects of modern distribution.
The Internet has proven to be a vital communications medium for worldwide commerce, but as an open and unprotected global network it can also present a wide range of threats that can cripple any business organization. Several years ago, most Internet threats were relatively benign examples of a young adolescent’s technical expertise but over time they have evolved into increasingly sophisticated domestic and foreign attacks that are designed to capture financial, personal, or strategic business information. Threats now come in the form of deliberately malicious acts, and exploitative opportunities for hackers and/or organized crime. The impact is serious, and the landscape of victims is getting broader every day. In response, no organization can afford to have its networks remain unprotected.
Envision this situation at a growing bank. Its competitive landscape demands an agile
response to evolving customer needs. Fortunately, analytically minded professionals in
different divisions are seeing results that positively affect the bottom line.
• A data scientist in the business development team analyzes data to create customized
• experiences for premium customers.
• A digital marketer tracks and influences the customer journey for prospective
• mortgage customers.
• A risk analyst builds risk models for the bank’s loan portfolios.
• A data analyst examines data about local customers.
• A technical architect defines a new system to protect bank data from internal and
• external cyberthreats.
• An application developer builds a new mobile app for online customer portfolio
Between them, these employees might be using more than a dozen packages for
analytics and data management.
Published By: Red Hat
Published Date: Dec 27, 2012
This CIO paper explores the current landscape shifts to use of a multi-vendor strategy in virtuallzation and the drivers for these shifts. In it we find that open virtualization offers compelling business advantages and more.
Over the last decade, the enterprise analytics landscape has dramatically
transformed. Vendors have come and gone, and platforms have
continually expanded their offerings to include new functionality and
keep pace with the demands of the businesses they serve. Originally
envisioned as an IT-centric tool for enterprise reporting, analytics today
has evolved into a business solution—empowering a range of users
across every line of business, including front-line employees, field
personnel, and executives.
The rise of self-service analytics over the past decade has played a key role in promoting a data-driven mindset
within every business function. However, this practice is limited to a skilled few. The vast majority of business
professionals lack the time, analytical skills, or inclination to conduct their own analyses, and fail to effectively use
analytics on a day-to-day basis. The result? Despite decades of investments, BI adoption at most organizations
remains at 30%.
The failure of e
Published By: Skillsoft
Published Date: Mar 13, 2015
Most companies are well aware of the risks bribery and corruption pose when operating in the global marketplace. However, what companies may be overlooking is how quickly the landscape is changing—and how this dynamic shift can affect corporate compliance initiatives. With the recent up-tick in enforcement of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and the tightening of anti-corruption legislation in other areas of the globe, including upcoming legislation in Ireland, knowledge of bribery rules and regulations has never been more critical.
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