By Ilias Chantzos, Global Privacy Officer and Head of EMEA Government Affairs, Broadcom Inc. – When it comes to avoiding ransomware attacks, no sector remains safe anymore. Yet, the financial services sector in particular remains a favorite target for cyber criminals. Indeed, financial institutions were disproportionately affected by ransomware in 2021, and the early indications for the New Year point to more of the same for 2022. n
By Andy Nallappan, Chief Technology Officer and Head of Software Business Operations, Broadcom Software – Perimeter defenses are a relic of the past, and it’s time for CIOs to reexamine dated assumptions — not the least of them being an over-reliance upon VPNs to protect company security. Even before the pandemic forced companies, seemingly overnight, to shift to remote work, the migration of business to the cloud raised new questions about the ability of conventional perimeter-based defenses to protect critical systems and data. Those questions can’t be put off any longer.
By: Phil Mottram, Executive Vice President and General Manager of HPE’s Intelligent Edge business. Network as a service (NaaS) is vital for those who are looking for a networking solution that is more aligned with their requirement to have an agile and dynamic network.
The strategic use of big data analytics has grown nearly impossible without AI. Combining the two technologies enables organizations to make accurate predictions and act accordingly—in other words, to become truly data-driven. Here’s how to get there from here.
Private 5G can offer an integrated, controllable, organization-wide approach to networking. This allows healthcare organizations to evolve their network quickly and securely—without losing existing investment in technology or assets—to deliver better communications to its staff and care to its patients.
We interviewed Hank Stokbroekx, vice-president of Huawei Digitization and Technical Services Department at EBG to find out how Huawei is helping enterprises and governments worldwide with their digital transformation and technology.
By Andy Nallappan, Chief Technology Officer and Head of Software Business Operations, Broadcom Software – As the end of 2021 approached, the process of digital acceleration remains in a world turned upside down by a lingering global pandemic. Even if Covid-19 recedes from the headlines, ongoing digital transformation at scale looks set to continue to accelerate well into 2022, with organizations looking to reap the full benefits of technology to become more productive and more efficient.
By Tom Thorpe, Vice President International Markets, Broadcom Software – Businesses responded to the historic challenge by accelerating their rate of cloud adoption and in relatively short order, the enterprise world went entirely remote. This was the epitome of digital transformation, as companies seemingly overnight adjusted their work routines, putting measures in place that allowed their employees to securely access data and telecommute full-time.
UKCloud is the only Sovereign Cloud Provider recognized by the government as a Strategic Cloud Provider able to address the significant compliance and certification requirements associated with important and sensitive data.
By Cori Land, Corporate Strategist, DataStax – Data creates the context for decision-making. As you approach data saturation, your decisions become more likely to win. If you have anything less than data saturation, your decisions are made with more uncertainty than need be. That could be acceptable if the risk of getting it wrong is acceptable. But if precision matters, you’ll need more context. There are two dimensions to data saturation: breadth and depth of coverage.
By Niall Browne, CISO – The traditional security operations center (SOC) is based on a model that has persisted for decades, yet it’s no longer effective. Too much has shifted in organizations and in the threat landscape for the “old ways” to work. Now is the time for a change to enable a modern SOC—taking on SOC consolidation to achieve better outcomes, with faster remediation, reduced risk and an overall stronger security posture.n
The era of exascale and super-compute is here, adding to IT’s burden of a growing sustainability challenge. As most governments have aggressive goals for decarbonization, is HPC in danger of going in the wrong direction as far is sustainability is concerned?
Part of the NTT Group, Dimension Data has a distinguished history of providing organizations with the multi-faceted IT solutions and services they need to address business imperatives, whether it’s streamlining operations or lowering the costs associated with a connected and distributed global workforce.
In the wake of the pandemic and the broad-based adoption of digital services by businesses and consumers, there is a critical need to provide accessible, nationwide digital delivery of services to every corner of Canada.
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By: Eve-Marie Lanza, Senior Solutions Marketing Manager, Aruba. The shift to remote work is creating challenges for IT network architectures and management. IT teams now must provide connectivity, security, and support to remote locations that are on par with the on-campus experience.
Over the past few years, organizations across the globe have moved from piloting to operationalizing enterprise-wide computer vision solutions at scale. Breakthrough technologies that were destined to take 5 to 10 years to appear in the market are being implemented today, and this trend of adapting to the latest advanced technologies shows no sign of stopping.
By Ed Anuff, Chief Product Officer, DataStax – When it comes to digital transformation, data architectures have gotten short shrift. Many enterprises have focused on modernizing by moving applications to the cloud, or building ecommerce offerings (if they are retailers). But in many cases, data has been left out of the digital transformation story because data systems tend to be large, monolithic, fragile, and difficult to deal with—in other words, there are significant risks to the business if the modernization process doesn’t go as planned.
By Thomas Been, Chief Marketing Officer, DataStax – The concept of real-time data has been around for a while. “Reactive apps” were promoted in the early 2000s as the next big thing that would drive customized experiences for customers and increase enterprise competitiveness. Back then, it was a great vision–but it was just that, a vision.