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The countdown has started - the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) takes effect May 25, 2018.
Are you ready? Hear what organisations of all sizes are doing to prepare themselves to get GDPR-ready. Register now for this global, virtual event to learn:
· New research on the state of global GDPR readiness
· Key tips for formulating a successful GDPR game plan
· Insights and best practices for taking action today
Attend this 25-minute roundtable for clear guidance on building a strong GDPR strategy for your organisation. Featured Speakers:
John O’Connor - Partner, William Fry
Carla Arend - Sr. Program Director, IDC
Lynn Lucas - Chief Marketing Officer, Veritas
In this research paper we look at the current state of wireless networking in the enterprise from satisfaction and investment levels to common pain points when it comes to keeping the WiFi lights on. We also look at how clued up and prepared the average enterprise is to handle the introduction of WiGig (802.11ad) and other new high bandwidth technologies likely to add whole new set of challenges as well as potential benefits to the network mix.
For the longest while, the mantra that business leaders and IT executives used to describe how well-run IT functions should perform was that they should perform like a utility. By that they meant that IT services should have the same availability, reliability, performance and invisibility as other utilities such as electricity. Today, business leaders and IT executives still want the IT function to exhibit utility-like characteristics particularly in the area of low cost, but they also use two new mantras to describe how a well-run IT function should perform. One of these mantras is that the IT function should be closely aligned with the business and the other is that it should be agile.
The 802.11ac standard brings opportunities to deliver wireless networks to support the future needs of clients especially with the growing demands made on the Wi-Fi network from BOYD smartphones, tablets and laptops. Just like 802.11n, b and g before, 802.11ac promises even greater speeds. 802.11ac will achieve speeds of 1.3Gbs and potentially up to 6.9Gbs if all the new proposed techniques for increasing speed are adopted. This white paper discusses how 802.11ac is being designed to meet the demands of clients in the future, help you understand the technology, what is likely to happen in the transition from 802.11n to ac and how you can get ready to meet these new demands
Connect all your systems for new operational efficiencies and business insights.
The Dell Boomi integration platform unifies legacy and cloud data silos for driving transformational improvements in manufacturing speed, agility and precision. Connect data across all your applications to create real-time visibility into your lean manufacturing organisation.
Build your connected digital campus with cloud integration.
The Dell Boomi integration platform as a service (iPaas) helps your educational institution deepen student engagement and increase staff productivity by unifying cloud and legacy on-premises application silos. Boomi simplifies the increasingly complex tasks of connecting and delivering data anytime, anywhere while accelerating your IT modernisation projects.
Why data and application integration is the cornerstone for digitally transforming your business.
The C-suite wants to digitally transform the business. The use of technology for greater agility, customer centricity, innovation, real-time intelligence and time to value has emerged as an imperative in our fast-paced digital world. Digital transformation is a top strategic initiative for many CEOs, as well as executives in IT, marketing, operations, finance and other areas.
Cloud integration bridges the gap between legacy and modern IT infrastructures to speed projects and bring greater agility to your business operations.
Cloud-based integration provides a far more agile, flexible and streamlined approach to data and application management. It quickly and cost-effectively bridges the gap between legacy systems and today’s cloud, mobile, IoT, and big data systems, helping pave the way to digital transformation.
Easily connect your legacy and cloud applications to create a seamless customer experience. The Dell Boomi AtomSphere integration platform as a service (iPaaS) connects your data silos to automate processes and orchestrate your customer interactions.
NSS Labs performed an independent test of the Carbon Black Cb Protection product. The product was subjected to thorough testing at the NSS facility in Austin, Texas, based on the Advanced Endpoint Protection (AEP) Test Methodology v1.0, which is available at www.nsslabs.com. This test was conducted free of charge and NSS did not receive any compensation in return for Carbon Black’s inclusion. This report provides detailed information about this product and its security effectiveness. Additional comparative information is available at www.nsslabs.com.
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