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VMware's Flagship Public Sector Event in Austin on April 5th at The Bullock Museum
Improve efficiency, reduce costs and meet cybersecurity requirements in the cloud era
Today’s organizations enlist complex processes to enable customer service and satisfaction. But those processes can break down at scale without proper capacity and observability of application and business analytics data.
Modern enterprise should never be constrained by the limits of an aging network infrastructure. The successful modern enterprise ensures that the entire operation is equipped with the bandwidth it needs, delivered securely to the furthest reaches of its extremities. Speeds of 100Gbps, with redundancy options, are the base upon which the modern enterprise should build when sharing data, applications and processes. Time is money might be an adage your grandmother taught you, but it’s never been truer than in today’s business world where multi-million dollar deals may hinge on the efficacy of low-latency communications and applications.
IBM Security released its annual X-Force Threat Intelligence Index finding that although ransomware's share of incidents declined only slightly (4 percentage points) from 2021 to 2022, defenders were more successful detecting and preventing ransomware. Despite this, attackers continued to innovate with the report showing the average time to complete a ransomware attack dropped from 2 months down to less than 4 days.
Here are four significant observability trends we’ll see shaping IT leaders’ agendas in 2023.
Reconnecting the Remote Workforce
Last week, we unveiled Akamai Connected Cloud, our massively distributed platform for cloud computing, security, and content delivery. You can read all the details in our announcement.
Gartner has named Zoom a Leader in the 2022 Magic Quadrant for UCaaS, Worldwide. Read the report to learn why we’re a Leader!
Companies in North America face an array of complex recruiting and retention challenges today, from a persistent shortage of skilled talent available for hire, to heightened turnover, to the rapid rise of “anywhere working” and employees’ changing expectations about the nature of work.
One day. Infinite possibilities.
Hybrid workers have many different preferences on how,when, and where they work. With engagement, opportunity, and work-life balance now driving factors in employees' career decision-making, remote working and collaborative tech provisions have become core aspects of a business ability to recruit and retain top talent.
The Data Revolution in Government
Run any application, faster, and more securely, for less on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure
Does your business need to hire a software developer? You should know the role has evolved in recent years, but the qualities of a great software developer remain the same. These pros should have top-notch programming skills, a laser focus on the project at hand and that dash of ingenuity that enables them to find elegant solutions to knotty problems.
Over 30 Percent of Applications Contain Flaws at First Scan; By Five Years, Nearly 70 Percent of Apps Have At Least One Flaw
Scanning via API, Hands-on Security Training, and Scan Frequency Identified as Key Factors to Reduce Flaw Introduction Over Time
Now more than ever, employers in virtually every industry want — and need — to hire cybersecurity professionals. Organizations require their skills to help keep sensitive data and systems safe from malicious hackers, defend an ever-expanding security perimeter, and comply with stringent regulatory mandates related to data security and privacy.
The public sector is facing changing cyber threats — not just because of remote work, but from increasing ransomware hacks and nation-state attacks as well. But there are also new tools ready to meet those challenges.
Colleges and universities exhibit a wide array of maturity levels when it comes to data integration, quality, governance, and democratization. As new, modern applications become adopted, institutions need access to clean, trusted data from anywhere to anywhere to make intelligent data-informed decisions for initiatives like Student Success, Alumni outreach, finance and more.
The expanded global strategic partnership offers new DocuSign Agreement Cloud integrations and capabilities across Microsoft's business solutions.
The trend toward remote and hybrid teams has created extra responsibilities for IT departments, many of which are expanding. As a result, the tech hiring market is hotter than ever. And when a tech recruiter is evaluating your resume, they often start by looking at your certifications.
Chronically short-staffed in cybersecurity? Info-Tech's Cybersecurity Workforce Development Program develops critical cybersecurity skills missing within your team.
As courtrooms around the country embrace a new hybrid reality, judicial leaders are tasked with understanding how to use technology to improve experiences and increase access to justice. This guide explores the future of courts — offering industry insights and tips on how to create a courtroom designed for tomorrow.
The StateRAMP Project Management Office (PMO) has awarded Dynatrace for Government the status of StateRAMP, authorized at the Moderate impact level.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure has been added to the State of Texas Public Cloud program, through which state agencies can procure and consume Oracle IaaS and PaaS cloud services.
Disparate solutions and systems prevent state and local governments from giving their constituents the Amazon-like experience that they want with public services. That's why an enterprise approach, which allows organizations to connect different components for a new technological foundation, holds so much promise for agencies. Read this new thought leadership paper for all the details on the enterprise approach and how it can revolutionize the way your agency serves residents.
The wheels of government can move slowly, and one of the clearest examples is the amount of paper that still inundates agency offices. Intra-office memos are printed, put in envelopes and hand-delivered to colleagues down the hall. Employees travel miles and miles to get someone’s signature—and then drive the signed document back to the office. And these are just some examples.