Long gone is the twelve-to-eighteen month waterfall development cycle. Developers are working with applications that create new, rapidly changing data types as applications that once served a finite audience are now delivered as services that must be always-on. In this paper, we hope to help you navigate the complex and rapidly evolving domain of NoSQL and non-tabular databases.
WAN edge infrastructure is changing rapidly as I&O leaders responsible for networking face dynamic business requirements, including new application architectures and on-premises and cloud-based deployment models. I&O leaders can use this research to identify vendors that best fit their requirements. View this paper and learn how you can better meet your networking needs.
The demand for high-performance, business-grade broadband connectivity continues to grow as data-centric operating models are adopted. Businesses are prioritizing investments designed to leverage data to improve customer experience, improve internal processes and create new opportunities. Big data and artificial intelligence (AI) are the cornerstones on which leading businesses such as Amazon and Google have been built. These cornerstones rely on connectivity as the enabler for interactions.
NBN Co and the service provider community are continuing to support Australian businesses by providing the underlying infrastructure for their communications needs, from basic voice to superfast fibre links. NBN Co has expanded both its product offering and the level of support to ensure all businesses can benefit from this investment in national infrastructure.
This white paper outlines 7 real-life case studies of attacks that Darktrace Cyber AI’s intercepted and neutralized within seconds. These include insider threats, ransomware and IoT hacks which were all curbed in real time, giving businesses time to catch up.
This white paper will explore the critical challenges that security teams face in this new era of cyber-threat, and how Darktrace Antigena is leveraging AI to autonomously fight back against advanced attacks, giving human responders the critical time needed to catch up.
New research into cyber risk and digital transformation shows that Australian organisations place the highest importance on improving employee productivity, as well as enhancing business resilience. The research uncovered tension between what organisations seek to achieve through their digital transformation efforts, their concerns about the risks created by their ambitions, and how well placed they are to solve them. Business leaders can start to address this conflict by asking themselves: “How do we confidently manage the cyber risks inherent in our digital strategy?” Read more here to find out how CIOs are leading this discussion and resolving this in their organisations.
Enterprises need to reduce time to market of customer facing services. Customers have higher expectations for unique and satisfying experiences. To support these business needs, Enterprise IT organizations have had to make significant changes in the way they build and deliver applications. Read here to gain more insight on the evolution of application delivery, how it’s matured to its current state and the role this function serves for businesses.
Today, we are on the brink of another disruptive paradigm shift as an increasing number of businesses are starting to transition to an on demand digital business model to maintain a competitive edge. The only way to be as agile as possible and respond to scale and intelligent data requirements in near real-time is to leverage an infrastructure built for it. By their very design, public clouds such as Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Google Cloud Platform satisfy these requirements in an on-demand fashion.
We are moving very quickly toward an Internet where nearly every piece of data in transit will be encrypted. Download this whitepaper to find out how to protect your apps by orchestrating your SSL Traffic.