Business needs are best fulfilled when teams respond quickly to end-user requirements, which calls for a level of collaboration, communication, and trust that isn’t possible to create and maintain when purely remote.
The human side of modernization or digital transformation can often get lost, but successful organizations know that placing emphasis on human relationships throughout these processes is quite valuable.
Today’s work from anywhere culture, escalating ransomware, and an explosion of Internet of Things (IoT) devices are among the trends that are driving enterprises to rethink their approach to secure network access. Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) have long been the go-to method for providing remote users secure access to the corporate network. But time has shown that VPNs have serious limitations and are not the most secure option.
The distributed workforce, ever-evolving cyber threats and the complexity resulting from working with multiple security vendors are all factors that require organizations to rethink their approach to cybersecurity.
Cloud computing and dispersed work forces have led to perimeter-less data sharing environments for many organizations. By having a precise understanding of data use, companies can define the optimal data protection rules and apply them across the network.
Data literacy has become a requirement for almost employees – not just traditional data scientists and analysts – in today’s high-tech business landscape. As a business leader, it is imperative your workforce is empowered to gain the skills needed to succeed.
Part of THG, THG Ingenuity Cloud Services is helping enterprises, including retailers and e-commerce companies, radically decrease their carbon footprint with highly refined cloud services and solutions – all while contributing to the Group’s sustainability goals and efforts.
By George Trujillo, Principal Data Strategist, DataStax – Any enterprise data management strategy has to begin with addressing the 800-pound gorilla in the corner: the “innovation gap” that exists between IT and business teams. It’s a common occurrence in all types of enterprises, and it’s difficult to wrestle to the ground. IT teams grapple with an ever-increasing volume, velocity, and variety of data, which pours in from sources like apps and IoT devices. At the same time, business teams can’t access, understand, trust, and work with the data that matters most to them. This scarcity of quality data might feel akin to dying of thirst in the middle of the ocean.
In a dramatic step toward eradicating medical error, software developers XANTAS worked with SAP to create a Critical Decision Support System to accurately read lab values and help clinicians make informed decisions.
Covid’s deadly trail has, thus far, forced enterprise cybersecurity into three distinct phases. Phase one was the rush to keep business moving in the face of an uncertain pandemic., Phase two saw more calm to the storm with additional security measures put in place. The third phase is now kicking in as we progress further into 2022, and could showcase the path to far better security as we all learn to co-exist for the long term with the pandemic.
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David Andrzejek, Head of Financial Services, DataStax – While the widespread and large-scale use of data has been well-known among internet giants, the effective capture and use of data has now become a key competitive weapon for enterprises in all segments of the economy. Data and analytics are now driving more than 20% of revenue at almost one in five companies. While enterprises in all sectors of the economy will compete with data, the effective capture and use of data in information-intensive sectors like online services, banking, and financial services is especially critical and will separate winners from losers.
Bad customer experience (CX) costs businesses thousands of customers and billions of dollars every year, while companies that optimize CX increase customer satisfaction, reduce customer churn, improve employee satisfaction, and boost revenues.