Published By: BitGravity
Published Date: Dec 17, 2009
This paper outlines the seven essential buying criteria that every decision-maker needs to consider when making a decision on a video delivery provider. These buying criteria are shared across the gamut of small, video-centric startups and established, familiar media giants.
The cloud is now the center of most enterprise IT strategies. Many enterprises find that a well-planned “lift and shift” move to the cloud results in an immediate business payoff. This whitepaper is intended for IT pros and business decision makers in Microsoft-centric organizations who want to take a cloud-based approach to IT and must modernize existing business-critical applications built on Microsoft Windows Server and Microsoft SQL Server. This paper covers the benefits of modernizing applications on Amazon Web Services (AWS) and how to get started on the journey.
More connected, informed and demanding customers have the financial services sector looking closely at their processes and products. Collaborative digital platforms can transform your value network and approach.
• Improve data insights: Transform legacy systems, manual processes and data silos for consumer-centric collaboration.
• Compete with agile FinTech startups: Use disruptive technologies to meet clients’ changing needs.
• Empower me to make my own decisions: Give self-directed customers exceptional experiences, like rapid enrolment and self-assessment tools.
• Turn regulatory compliance to competitive advantage: Use digitization to improve compliance, reduce risk and enhance governance.
• Improve customer experience through digitization: Reduce regulatory issues, gain insights, increase efficiency and customer-centric innovation.
I invite you to download your targeted industry analysis and uncover the expectations to take into account at every stage to be disruptive in the age o
Published By: Forcepoint
Published Date: May 14, 2019
Things are not as they used to be in the enterprise. Today’s employees are mobile, they’re storing and accessing data in cloud apps, and are in disparate networks. While the present-day digital world has changed, the objective of data protection has not: you must still ensure the security of your critical data and intellectual property. However, the threat-centric security approach, with its static policies forces decisions about cyber activity with no insight into the broader context. The result is a disproportionate number of flagged activities, overwhelming security teams who have no way to understand the ones most worthy of investigation. Read Rethinking Data Security with a Risk-Adaptive Approach to learn how a human-centric, risk-adaptive approach can help your organization be more proactive in order to:
• Automate policy enforcement to deter data loss events
• Reduce the number of security alerts
• Cut down on incident investigation time
Published By: Forcepoint
Published Date: Jun 06, 2019
Things aren't what they used to be in the enterprise. Your employees are mobile and they're storing and accessing data in cloud apps—often in disparate networks. That presents a serious challenge for old-school threat-centric security models that force you to make decisions with little insight or broader context.
Download our eBook to find out how a human-centric, risk-adaptive approach to data security can free up your overwhelmed security team to focus on investigations that really matter.
This white paper provides a blueprint for action for senior marketers and decision makers across the enterprise. It provides straightforward advice on how to build a more durable and profitable customer base by building a more competitive business model, enabling customer-centric business strategies in a product-centric organization, turning expanding volumes of customer data into actionable insight for smarter decision making, and providing a roadmap for integrating technology to achieve competitive advantage.
On any given day, you can ask every passenger on any given airliner what fare they’ve paid, and you’re likely to get as many different answers as the number of passengers willing (and able) to tell you. This plethora of fares is a product of complex revenue management systems evolved by airlines to optimize seat revenues. But is the current system of management the revenue endgame? Or is there an opportunity to look beyond traditional accept-or-reject decisions to build a more customer-centric revenue management system — one that builds on new customer insights to drive management decisions and uncover new sources of revenue?
IBM® Operational Decision Manager Advanced brings together data from different sources to recognize meaningful trends and patterns. It empowers business users to define, manage and automate repeatable operational decisions. As a result, organizations can create and shape customer-centric business moments.
ODM is the evolution of business rules management. It provides a complete, easy-to-use system for automating day-today operational decisions and allows businesspeople and IT to collaborate on business rules by using an interface and a language that are comfortable and intuitive for both.
ODM not only allows you to automate your business rules, but also it enables you to apply insights and analytics to operational decisions by bringing together data from different sources and looking at historical trends and patterns to determine the next best action. It ensures that you’re making the right decisions at the right time, when it can make a difference.
What can this mean for your business? Adopting operational decision management can:
• Improve customer centricity (acquisition and retention) by engaging individuals at the right time with the right offers
In the digital economy, big IT budgets, lots of brick sand
mortar and an established market presence are no longer at
the foundation of a competitive advantage. What matters now
is the agility and speed to ensure that customer centricity is
supported as an overriding priority of business operations and
Game-changing ideas are developing and competitive threats
are emerging at a rapid and unpredictable pace. The resulting
digital disruption is not just occurring at the margins or within
isolated pockets of industry and commerce. It’s the new normal
and its consequences are far reaching. The essential question
for every organization in every sector is simply: Will we be the
disruptor or will we allow ourselves to be the disrupted?
Staying ahead requires adopting a combination of technology
solutions. Key among them is a smart process and decision
management system that infuses every process with
intelligence in order to continuously raise the bar for customer
In the digital economy, big IT budgets, lots of brick sand mortar and an established market presence are no longer at the foundation of a competitive advantage. What matters now is the agility and speed to ensure that customer centricity is supported as an overriding priority of business operations and decision making.
Game-changing ideas are developing and competitive threats are emerging at a rapid and unpredictable pace. The resulting digital disruption is not just occurring at the margins or within isolated pockets of industry and commerce. It’s the new normal and its consequences are far reaching. The essential question for every organization in every sector is simply: Will we be the disruptor or will we allow ourselves to be the disrupted?
Staying ahead requires adopting a combination of technology solutions. Key among them is a smart process and decision management system that infuses every process with intelligence in order to continuously raise the bar for customer centrici
Published By: Quocirca
Published Date: Feb 23, 2009
Network Centric Operations (NCO) recognises the demand for pervasive decision-making in the modern battlespace. NCO provides the ability to leverage information networks to generate a more dynamic and agile decision-making space. An important dimension of this approach is the technological flexibility to quickly move the decision-making authority hierarchically or geographically as the situation demands. A fundamental enabler to this approach is the concept of a services orientated architecture (SOA). The use of industry-standard IT architectures provides the means of ensuring that systems can be provisioned rapidly, can be shared as appropriate, and can give the flexibility and response times required within such challenging environments.