AUCloud is focused on ensuring not only that the data of Australia’s citizens remains within the country, but that all metadata and information associated with analytics and support be protected and remain in sovereign hands.
By Chris Latimer, vice president, product management, DataStax – There’s a lot of talk about the importance of streaming data and event-driven architectures right now. You might have heard of it, but do you really know why it’s so important to a lot of enterprises?
By Greg Lotko, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Mainframe Software Division, Broadcom Software – nThe further we evolve as a digital society, the more a fundamental truth is borne out: Mainframe systems are more central to our lives and work than ever before – and not just online, but to virtually everything we do.
By Rich Jardine, Vice President, Strategic Customer Success, Broadcom Software – When it comes to innovation, at Broadcom Software, we believe it is not just about technology anymore. There is tremendous innovation happening in enterprise customer care and support. Driving it is a growing awareness that being able to support an enterprise software application after the sale is critically important.
By Andy Nallappan, Chief Technology Officer and Head of Software Business Operations, Broadcom Software – Today’s leading multinational companies face a daunting task: deliver powerful customer experiences, accelerate growth through new services, optimize for efficiency, and keep everything protected. Oftentimes the teams leading these initiatives are disconnected from one another. With the imperative of transforming how they do business, multinational companies are struggling to manage costs, connect initiatives, and drive their business forward.
At VMworld 2021, along with a lively fireside chat between VMware CEO Raghu Raghuram and Oracle CTO Larry Ellison, we were proud to share the latest updates on Oracle Cloud VMware Solution, discuss our alliance and broadening roadmap with VMware, show off an exciting technology demo on Arm-based servers and showcase some recent joint customers.
Many enterprises are asking themselves how to level up their security tactics in 2022…and how to prepare their environments for so many major changes. A vital part of the answer for many organizations—Zero Trust.
Stryve Secure is already a certified carbon-neutral business, an effort that was driven by staff members and employees who are concerned about the future of the planet and dedicated to minimizing their own carbon footprints. Now the company is working to achieve zero-carbon success in its supply chain, too.
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.