As the pandemic has continued, the migration to cloud services for the critical business process has accelerated. With more essential systems and their accompanying data now using the cloud, enterprises need to ensure comprehensive and robust security.
Businesses have developed a hybrid approach to their IT systems to meet their strategic goals. Securing these resources from malicious attacks automatically is now possible. Learn how your enterprise’s on-premises and remote systems can protect themselves.
The Munich-based start-up VRdirect presents the latest update of its platform “VRdirect Studio”, paving the way for the widespread use of virtual reality in companies. Through the modular structure and a simpler handling, VR applications can now be created directly in the business departments and without any major IT know-how.
As the pandemic has continued, businesses now face an expanding level of security threats. With the cyber threat landscape moving to remote workers’ homes, it is critical all enterprises re-evaluate their cybersecurity policies, practices, and the security tools they deploy, to combat these new threats.
Many of the cybersecurity threats come from outside a business’s firewall. However, has your enterprise considered the security threats your staff and contractors could present?
Most business will use a range of technologies to protect their networks usually with some form of firewall to prevent outside attacks on their systems.
However, security breaches can also happen inside a business. In practice this can mean the firewalls in place will not protect systems from potential damage either from malicious attacks or accidental security breaches. Employees and contractors can be a security threat many enterprises do not pay close attention to.
Remote working has been on the rise for some time, but the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated this trend. A recent survey conducted by 451 Research found that 67% of organisations expect remote working policies to remain in place either permanently or for the long-term. Many large international companies are considering closing some of their office locations and shifting to a permanent remote working model. All of this strengthens the case for investing in technology to support the more dispersed workforces that businesses expect to be managing in future.
In early 2017, Tanaza started offering its software for Wi-Fi networks management to Service Providers, who take advantage of its large feature set and Wi-Fi management options. Tanaza, in a bid to accelerate adoption of its software in Latin American and Asian countries, is now looking for new partnerships with Wireless Internet Service Providers and Internet Service Providers.
Big data has the potential to transform business by enabling leaders to make data-driven decisions faster. According to the research firm IDC, organisations will spend $187 billion on big data and analytics technology by 2019, an increase of 50 per cent from the $122 billion invested in 2015.
The proliferation of digital and physical channels has never had more of an impact on our lives than today. This is especially apparent within the financial services industry, where digital transformation is more important and relevant than ever before.
Digital transformation – organisations’ use of technologies including mobile platforms, social media, the cloud and large-scale data analytics to put customers at the centre of what they do – is redefining business as a whole, and the banking sector is no exception.
In this age of rapid transformation, digitalization is overhauling the manufacturing industry. This unstoppable momentum revamps industrial services and business models, pushing up the speed of innovation. Industrial value chains, supply chains, and industrial ecosystems also witness a boost in decomposition, integration, and reconstruction. This has fostered an expansion in revolutionary and profitable new services such as full lifecycle product maintenance, product operation, digital marketing, and online support services. The days of traditional manufacturing’s predominance are fading, and it is wise to plan now to reap the rewards of the inevitable transformation in both intelligence and service fields.
Vehicular connectivity has become a means for basic safety messaging and traffic management over the past 20 years, but now new sensors are equipping cars for an even better connected and safer driving experience.
Using a combination of Long-Term Evolution technologies and Network Element series industrial routers, Huawei has designed a next-generation urban rail Distributed Control System solution that incorporates current trends and future requirements.
The days of tightly controlled smartphones barring anything but only the most essential of business applications are gone. Employees expect to be able to do what they want with their devices and might not use the technology they have been given if they find restrictions. IT departments are often the ones tasked with bringing use under control, often with limited resources and the risk of upsetting colleagues. Find out how you can implement an effective Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) strategy with the right tools and processes.
ADVERTORIAL: A cyber-attack will paralyse a company’s operations, with infringement of customer data, exposure of business figures or the leaking of sensitive research and development plans. Hacking transcends issues of trust, privacy and responsibility and failure in all these areas will all hit the bottom line hard