Digital transformation is accelerating with key shifts such as the expanding Hybrid Workforce and continued migration of applications and data to the cloud. As we make this transformation, Information Security teams have the opportunity to adopt a modern Zero Trust approach that fits these significant shifts.
By Zachary Malone, SE Academy Manager at Palo Alto Networks – Invented in 2010 by Forrester Research, Zero Trust is a cybersecurity model enterprises can leverage to remove risky, implicitly trusted interactions between users, machines and data. The Zero Trust model provides a process for organizations to protect themselves from threats no matter what vector the threat originates from—whether from across the world or from Sandy down the hall.
By Sean Duca, Regional CSO, JAPAC – Remote work was not a new thing, but never before had it been needed at the same scale and urgency. While many organizations used to have some employees working remotely, few were ready for everyone to be remote. The big question facing all organizations was how to maintain business continuity.
By Jason Georgi, Field CTO, Prisma Access / SASE at Palo Alto Networks – The State of Hybrid Workforce Security 2021 report looks at how organizations are viewing the challenges and opportunities of hybrid work as the need for a long-term plan to enable secure hybrid work has become increasingly paramount. The independent third-party research firm ONR interviewed 3,000 enterprise IT professionals from around the world. The study included C-level executives as well as practitioners.
The first 25 partners to join the VMware Zero Carbon Committed initiative are innovators, leading a global effort to create a zero carbon cloud infrastructure, and to develop the sustainable foundation for information technology that helps address a key global issue – climate change.
Sponsored by Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company
By: James Robertson, Office of the CTO, at Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company. Consumption-based networking delivers the predictability, flexibility, and performance needed to achieve business outcomes in the post-pandemic economy.
While the power of open source is well established for new technologies, it’s yet to be harnessed on mission critical, despite significant opportunities to usher in a renaissance for these longstanding solutions.
By Cody Sanford, former CIO, T-Mobile – Regrettably, companies’ most valuable data—generated through the billions of interactions they have with their customers—remains locked in silos and isolated in diverse operational data stores.
Digital twins are integral to the creation and operation of sustainable, efficient, and future-proof industrial facilities, says Amish Sabharwal, Executive Vice President, Engineering Business Unit, at AVEVA.
Part of Over the Wire Group, a provider of telecommunications, cloud, and IT solutions to enterprises in Australia and New Zealand, Digital Sense helps organizations address their most complex cloud challenges with solutions and services that simply work.
By Cori Land, Corporate Strategist – Definition of virtuous circle (noun): a chain of events in which one desirable occurrence leads to another which further promotes the first occurrence and so on resulting in a continuous process of improvement (Merriam-Webster)
By Per Kroll, Senior Director, R&D for DevOps, AIOps and Automation, Broadcom. In order to compete, enterprises must deliver digital experiences that perform flawlessly in seconds and delight their customers. The challenge is that behind each digital app is massive complexity – hundreds of interwoven services, developed by a mix of proprietary and open source contributors, connecting mainframe and multi-cloud infrastructures with billions of end user devices. These digital demands are driving exponential growth of data and transaction volumes, making it increasingly difficult for IT operations to keep up. There is too much data, complexity, and change for a finite number of operators to keep up, even with the assistance of leading monitoring and diagnostic technologies.
By Chet Kapoor, Chairman and CEO of DataStax – Today, we are in the final, and most important, phase of digital transformation. The first phase started with “mobile”. The second was focused on cloud computing. And today it’s all about data.
By Rick Perret, Head of Customer Success Marketing and Client Voice, Mainframe Software Division, part of Broadcom Software – South Africa is one of the most beautiful and flourishing places on Earth. It’s also one of the hardest hit by socio-economic inequality and exclusion. For years, the underserved citizens of South Africa have been denied access and opportunities to prosper.
By Rick Perret, Head of Customer Success Marketing and Client Voice, Mainframe Software Division, part of Broadcom Software – Operating in today’s global economy is fraught with uncertainty. Whether it’s competitive, political, an uncontrollable global pandemic, or any number of other dynamics, these days you have to expect the unexpected – and be ready to respond. Some organizations have seen new areas of opportunity, while others are hanging on for dear life. Businesses have undergone many changes over the last year, but in many respects, the onslaught of COVID-19 has accelerated trends that have been present for several years now.
Sopra Steria Nordics has a long track record of helping organizations throughout Scandinavia embrace the cloud – all while harnessing the resources of the company’s extensive footprint in nearly 30 countries.
By Sunjeet Randhawa, Director, Government Affairs & Policy Counsel at Broadcom Software – The pandemic landscape has been matched in cyberspace, with daily ransomware attacks causing enterprises large and small, as well as ordinary citizens, to feel vulnerable and helpless. Just as the pandemic requires community buy-in with government and citizens working together, so too will combatting malicious cyber actors to protect our organizations. This is where the Joint Cyber Defense Collaborative (JCDC) comes in.