Effectively using and managing information
has become critical to driving growth in areas
such as pursuing new business opportunities,
attracting and retaining customers, and
streamlining operations. In the era of big data,
you must accommodate a rapidly increasing
volume, variety and velocity of data while
extracting actionable business insight from that
data, faster than ever before.
These needs create a daunting array of
workload challenges and place tremendous
demands on your underlying IT infrastructure
and database systems. In many cases, these
systems are no longer up to the task—so it’s
time to make a decision. Do you use more staff
to keep up with the fixes, patches, add-ons and
continual tuning required to make your existing
systems meet performance goals, or move to a
new database solution so you can assign your
staff to new, innovative projects that move your
Microsoft is ending extended support for Windows 7 on January 14, 2020 and it’s time for companies to make critical technology choices. After nearly a decade, Microsoft will no longer be required to put out security patches or provide support for the Windows 7 operating system (OS).
With millions of dollars hanging in the balance, selecting the right billing vendor is critical.
Download Aria’s “7 Reasons to Evaluate Cloud Billing” to help you identify why cloud billing could be your best option. For example, cloud-billing vendors are often found to be more nimble than their on-premise billing counterparts, particularly for enterprises with multiple product lines and business in multiple geographies and currencies.
Discover key advantages:
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Published By: Darktrace
Published Date: Apr 02, 2019
The current era in cyber security is characterized by three fundamental challenges: the complexity of the enterprise network and connected infrastructure, the speed of newage attacks, and the strain of overwhelmed incident responders.
In many ways, the expansion of networks and continual adoption of new technologies - from cloud services to the Internet of Things - has expanded the attack surface and introduced new entry-points through which attackers can gain a foothold. This, combined with the ready availability of exploit kits on the Dark Web, has led to the ‘vicious circle of the SOC’, where incident responders are so busy fire-fighting that they rarely have time to implement the critical patches that would prevent the problem at source.
As security teams struggle to keep up with the rising volume of routine attacks, a new generation of cyberthreat has also emerged, characterized in large part by fast-moving threats that make an impact well before humans have time to respond. Thes
How can an organization manage both their physical environment and their virtual environment without doubling up on the work, missing critical patches on offline virtual machines, or even missing patches on the virtual machines they are not even aware of?