Published By: Netsuite
Published Date: Jul 24, 2017
Baseball has always collected in-game data.
However, until recently, fans didn’t have easy
access to the various statistics that coaches
used for key decisions important for the
development of the players and success on
the baseball field.
It’s not unlike how traditional business
intelligence is delivered. Data and reports are
set aside for a few experts who determine
what is important for you.
Today, baseball statistics are widely available
during broadcasts on TV, PCs and mobile
devices. Basic data displays like inning and
score are enhanced with metrics meaningful
to students of the game, such as pitch speed,
strikeout percentages and hit zones. It’s a good
example of vital information being delivered in
real-time, on demand and in context.
The increase in mobile devices and cloud applications has changed everything, from where we work, to how we communicate, collaborate, and store information. A new approach to security is needed.
The cloud is no longer a trend or a movement. It’s now so integrated into IT and infrastructures that, for many companies, it’s simply how business is done. The availability of mobile devices and cloud services has redefined how and where people work. Applications and servers are moving to the cloud faster than ever to take advantage of cost savings, scalability, and accessibility.
The age of perimeter-only security is over. Find out more today about how Cisco can help.
Not long ago, even the most astute executives couldn’t fully anticipate how quickly emerging technologies would transform their business operations — and even their business models.
Laptops, smartphones, and other mobile devices; high-bandwidth wireless networks; and cloud-based computing services have proven to be among the most impactful of these advances, collectively untethering workers from office environments and fundamentally altering work behaviors. employees today work anytime, anywhere while accessing applications and data that reside on company servers and in the cloud.
Cisco Umbrella can help your business overcome these problems, download this whitepaper today to find out more.
The cloud — at one point it was a revolution in the workplace. Now it is simply accepted as an efficient way to get business done.
Most of today’s IT security was built to protect a well-defined network infrastructure, but that is yesterday’s architecture. When users and assets move outside the network perimeter where the traditional security stack can no longer protect them, your enterprise is exposed to an entirely new set of risks. And with more apps and sensitive data living in the cloud or on mobile devices, gaps emerge that leave organizations susceptible to attacks.
Read this flipbook to see how you can take your security to new heights. We'll explain the challenges driving the shift in the market and how you can take advantage of these changes and improve security for your organization.
Die Application Economy hat Unternehmen zu Umstellungen gezwungen. Unternehmen machen ausgewählte Daten und Anwendungen für Entwickler, Partner, Mobile Devices, die Cloud und das Internet of Things (IoT) zugänglich, um neue Wachstumschancen wahrzunehmen. Im Zuge dieser Umstellungen zeigte sich, dass Legacy-Daten in der Application Economy von Nutzen sein können, und zwar in einem solchen Ausmaß, dass sich durch die neue Art der Verwendung dieser Daten neue Umsatzchancen ergeben.
Basierend auf den Erkenntnissen unserer unabhängigen Forschungsstudie, Millennials und Hospitality: Die neue Definition von Service, erhalten Sie fünf Tipps, wie Sie erfolgreich das Geschäft dieser begehrten und technisch versierte Generation gewinnen und langfristig halten können.
Sur la base des résultats de notre étude de recherche indépendante, La génération Y et l’hôtellerie-restauration - La redéfinition du service, obtenez nos cinq conseils pour vous aider à séduire les technophiles de la génération Y.
Based on the findings of our independent research study, "Millennials and Hospitality: The Redefinition of Service”, get our five tips to help you successfully win the business of this coveted, tech-savvy generation and keep them coming back.
The perimeter continues to dissolve, and the definition of endpoint is evolving, according to results of the SANS 2016 Endpoint Security Survey, now in its third year.
As we might expect, 90% or more consider desktops, servers, routers, firewalls and printers to be endpoints that need to be protected. After that, respondents include other less-typical devices in their definition of endpoints that warrant protection: 71% include building security (access/ surveillance), 59% include employee-owned mobile devices and 40% consider industrial control systems as endpoints that need to be protected. Some respondents also consider POS devices, smart cars, emulated endpoints in the cloud and wearables as endpoints needing protection, highlighting the diversity of thinking among respondents.
Learn what Forrester has uncovered in their latest report on Enteprise Mobility trends.
During the past two years, Forrester has seen the number of enterprise mobility inquiries increase nearly 55%, jumping to 550-plus inquiries in 2008. In the past year, we have seen a spike in the number of inquiries focused on mobile network architecture, new types of mobile devices, and deploying vertically focused mobile applications that address the needs of workers in certain industries (e.g., retail, transportation, and healthcare).
As increasing percentage of companies' employees are going mobile - and that could be an issue for IT departments. But it doesn't need to be. Box enables users to securely access, manage, and share content from any mobile device, anytime, anywhere.
In 2013 Salesforce.com partnered with Fifth Quadrant to conduct quantitative and qualitative research into the customer service space in Australia and New Zealand. The research was designed to specifically examine new channels for service delivery such as Mobile Devices, Social Media to name a few and the maturity level of Australian organisations in regards to Customer Experience Strategy.
"Today, enormous amounts of data are being created from a variety of sources, such as applications, new mobile devices, big data analytics, and the cloud. This is changing the speed with which business gets conducted and the scale in which it occurs. Moreover, the digital explosion shows no sign of slowing and IDC expects the amount of data being stored to grow in excess of 50% per year over the next few years.
Discover how flash technology is being deployed to improve performance and efficiency for these demanding environments. Access this IDC whitepaper to learn more about the role of flash technology and the importance of flash solutions that are designed specifically for the enterprise."
Published By: ServiceNow
Published Date: Nov 22, 2013
Whether you’ve embraced it or not, mobile is already part of your business. To remain relevant, IT must think like the business. IT
must reinvent itself and become more of a technology advisor and less of a technology traffic cop. This paper sets out some of the key lessons learned by progressive organizations that have used mobile to get ahead.
Published By: MobileIron
Published Date: Jul 31, 2015
Most large organizations deploy or intend to deploy a broad range of mobile apps to their employees for productivity, collaboration, CRM, ERP, analytics, and industry-specific business processes. Office 365 might be the productivity solution, but the IT team needs a central platform that can provide a consistent security and policy framework across all the mobile apps the organization will deploy both today and tomorrow. This whitepaper describes the MobileIron app security model and how it can be used to secure Office 365 for mobile devices.
Published By: MobileIron
Published Date: Jul 31, 2015
This whitepaper takes the findings from the 2015 Trust Gap Survey and translates them into actionable recommendations for employers in the form of privacy-centric mobile device policies. This white paper also reviews the privacy enhancements that Apple, Google, and Microsoft have made to their operating systems. When used with an enterprise mobility management (EMM) platform, these enhancements enable a more powerful set of privacy protections than was available even two years ago.