An effective third-party risk management programme is in your best interest. Not only can you more confidently engage with a growing network of vendors, suppliers, resellers and distributors; but when done effectively, you can have a positive impact on the effectiveness and efficiency of your broad ethics and compliance programme.
NAVEX Global research has shown that organisations pursue strong ethics and compliance programmes for myriad reasons, but at the top is a desire to cultivate and maintain a culture of ethics and respect. A strong third-party risk management solution helps organisations realise that objective through engaging with third parties that abide by codes of conduct, that are transparent and communicative and that you can be proud to do business with.
This is Econsultancy’s first State of Marketing Attribution report, published in association with AdRoll. The research is based on an online survey of practitioners in the UK, France and Germany, aiming to establish current adoption levels and types of strategies organisations are using. The study evaluates tools and processes employed as well as the potential barriers to effective use of the capability.
Published By: Quocirca
Published Date: Jan 13, 2009
Given today’s economic climate, businesses are, more than ever, looking to create additional value through the reduction of risk and by saving costs. For many, the economic downturn is seen as the best time to optimise the infrastructure that they already have in place, to look at ways to trim unnecessary expenditure and to use existing resources more effectively. As organisations are increasingly reliant on data networks that encompass an ever-growing range and number of internet protocol (IP) enabled devices and applications, they need to more effectively administer and manage these assets—they can no longer take the management of their IP networks for granted.
Published By: Quocirca
Published Date: Apr 08, 2009
Monitoring, measuring and reporting on the financial health of an organisation is a basic need that requires effective tools and processes to optimise the end result. Underpinning this is the requirement for planning capabilities, utilising scenario and what if analysis with simulations and other forward looking capabilities. The new primary research presented in this report shows that most organisations still have much to do.
Published By: Quocirca
Published Date: May 15, 2009
Most organisations have had to supplement their IT capability with some form of external help at one time or another. However, as financial pressures mount and technology continues to evolve and its relationship with the business becomes increasingly complex, how does this change the expectations and needs of those external relationships? Learn more today!
Published By: Quocirca
Published Date: Jul 27, 2009
Across the mid-market, inefficiencies are compounded by the lack of visibility into pertinent data, of processes being adequately and flexibly automated, and for the performance of the business to be monitored on a constant basis. Without such capabilities, businesses will find it difficult to survive the current financial conditions – yet creating an environment where information can be easily aggregated and viewed has never been easier. Also, business performance can be easily monitored with small proactive, and even reactive, actions ensuring effective responses to market forces and enabling organisations to compete with local and more global business threats.
Published By: Quocirca
Published Date: Oct 17, 2009
Managed print services (MPS) offer organisations the opportunity to control costs, reduce the complexity of managing a heterogeneous infrastructure and improve business processes. With many organisations striving to do more with less, MPS can cut both capital and operational expenses. Now is the time to tackle the huge cost and productivity drain represented by an unmanaged print environment. MPS passes control of this complex infrastructure to the experts leaving an organisation to focus on its core business competencies.
Published By: Easynet
Published Date: Mar 26, 2008
From the results of recent interviews with LET organisations, IDC positions the industry in the midst of a major transition phase from legacy to next-generation services and technology. This Executive Brief highlights the major technology and business trends taking place in the LET sector, and outlines the advantages of adopting new technologies and services in comparison with other industries.
Written by Malcolm Fry, this whitepaper is based on the service life cycle approach to service management and it provides a great foundation to organisations who want to reduce risk and gain maximum benefit from cloud computing.
Our eighth Digital Intelligence Briefing, in association with Econsultancy highlights key digital marketing trends for 2013, and outlines the challenges and opportunities which organisations are (or should be) paying close attention to this year.
The U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), the U.K. Bribery Act (UKBA), Sapin II and many other Anti-Bribery and Corruption (ABC) laws and regulations around the world make it clear that bribery and corruption is prohibited, illegal and the source of fines, penalties, reputational damage, and in some cases criminal liability. This is particularly true when the bribes are offered to foreign government officials, especially by third parties.
Before examining some of the common red flags and the appropriate courses of action to take, reviewing the various guidelines and frameworks available for organisations to build adequate procedures to protect themselves against third party risks is advisable.
These frameworks have assisted organisations in establishing a strong legal defence in the event that a bribe does occur. These measures are having ramifications across the globe and they inform many of the components of the best ABC programmes in place today.
The Definitive Guide to Compliance Programme Assessment is a comprehensive resource full of advice and best practices. It is designed to help organisations evaluate and improve their ethics and compliance programmes through industry evidence and insights.
Each programme is unique, with disparate risks and various levels of maturity, so not everything in this guide will apply to every programme. It is designed to help you perform a robust gap analysis of your unique programme and guide you through best practices to achieve the next level of programme sophistication right for your organisation.
Good analysis and benchmarking of hotline data helps organisations answer crucial questions about their ethics and compliance programme.
Comparing internal data year over year to help answer these questions is important. But getting a broader perspective on how your performance matches up to industry norms is critical. To help, each year NAVEX Global takes anonymised data collected through our hotline and incident management systems to create these reports. This particular report is the second NAVEX Global benchmark report we have published that focuses specifically on the status of ethics and compliance hotline services in the EMEA and APAC regions. This benchmark only takes reporting data from organisations that has its data warehoused in Europe—a subset of the data used in our global hotline report.
L’une des questions que de nombreux clients se posent récemment est « Comment Office 365 est-il pris en charge par VMware AirWatch® ? » Beaucoup se demandent si AirWatch peut contrôler l’accès à Office 365 (O365) non seulement sur leurs systèmes de Bureau d’entreprise mais surtout sur leurs terminaux mobiles.
VMware AirWatch apporte un soutien complet aux organisations qui souhaitent utiliser O365 sur leurs terminaux mobiles. Notre récente intégration à VMware Identity Manager fournit un cadre de contrôle d’accès adaptatif pour s’assurer que toutes les applications professionnelles, dont O365, sont uniquement consultées depuis des terminaux gérés et conformes.
De nombreuses organisations et entreprises dans le monde entier disposent de pièces vacantes, autrefois remplies de câbles, de boîtes noires et de voyants clignotants. Ces locaux abritent une armoire téléphonique poussiéreuse, ne contenant qu'un seul terminal, ou parfois un baby-foot que les employés du service informatique utilisent pour décompresser. Le cloud, et notamment les communications via le cloud, sont à l'origine de cette transformation qui a bouleversé le paysage informatique. Certains professionnels de l'informatique ont accueilli ce changement à bras ouverts. D'autres préparent la migration progressive de leurs services vers le cloud. D'autres enfin conservent leur solution sur site, par choix ou par nécessité.
Recent high-profile data breaches and numerous waves of widely publicised internet
attacks have made everyone nervous about security. Families, small businesses and
other organisations are struggling to figure out how to protect themselves.
L’optimisation des infrastructures IT par des serveurs de pointe et régulièrement actualisés permet aux organisations d’améliorer l’agilité, d’augmenter l’efficacité et de réduire les OPEX. La gamme Dell EMC PowerEdge, équipée des processeurs Intel® Xeon® Platinum, offre plus d’automatisation, d’évolutivité et de sécurité pour s’assurer que les infrastructures IT fonctionnent au maximum. En savoir plus sur la nouvelle génération de serveurs PowerEdge. Des options de financement souples sont disponibles auprès de Dell Financial Services.
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Qu'est-ce qu'un lac de données ?
Les organisations doivent gérer de plus grands volumes de données, provenant de davantage de sources et contenant plus de types de données que jamais auparavant. Confrontées à des volumes massifs et hétérogènes de données, de nombreuses organisations ont compris que pour proposer des informations stratégiques pour l'entreprise en temps opportun, elles doivent disposer d'une solution d'analyse et de stockage des données qui offre plus de vitesse et de souplesse que les systèmes traditionnels.
Un lac de données représente une solution nouvelle et de plus en plus répandue pour stocker et analyser les données. Cette solution relève la plupart de ces défis en permettant à une organisation de stocker l'ensemble de ses données au sein d'un même référentiel centralisé. Comme les données peuvent être stockées sous leur forme initiale, il n'est pas nécessaire de les convertir en un schéma prédéfini avant leur ingestion.
As the pressures of digital disruption force companies to either transform or die, companies in Asia’s BFSI sector are rushing to integrate cutting-edge technologies and roll-out innovative new services to their customers.
Fortunately, thanks to rapidly advancing technologies, developments in the regulatory landscape and the initiative of leading BFSI organisations, we are seeing incredible examples of innovation within the sector on a monthly, if not weekly, basis.
To celebrate this trend, we will showcase in this article a selection of the latest and greatest innovations offered by Asia’s leading BSFI organisations, which we believe represent the future of BFSI services not just in the region, but worldwide.
Whilst the FSI sector races to implement cutting-edge technologies such as AI, blockchain and automation, there are no mutually agreed upon set of best practices to implement these technologies. As a result, organisations are using their own blend
of strategic initiatives and company culture to drive innovation, with varying levels of success. To help, this article features advice from five of the leading experts in the FSI and technology sector today.
Several of the most visible tactics to kick-start innovation in FSI organisations include launching innovation or incubation centres, launching hackathons, partnering with or acquiring start-ups, venture investment or simply trying to develop solutions in house. Whilst each of these approaches has potential, there is a risk that organisations fall into the trap of innovation theatre, in other words, failing to effectively integrate cutting edge technology into key business functions.