Enterprises worldwide are competing to develop the most innovative and reliable applications to meet growing customer needs and decrease time to market.
To meet growing consumer expectations, organizations must ensure that business-critical workloads operate in the most optimal IT environment.
This often means migrating to the cloud to improve agility, the lower total cost of ownership (TCO) and accelerate innovation using cloud-native development and automation technology.
Despite the benefits the cloud can bring, many enterprises can face challenges during the migration process. From infrastructure incompatibilities to moving workloads without disrupting tightly bound networks of dependent applications, a successful cloud migration requires careful planning.
In this guide, we’ll explore the historical shifts driving cloud migration, the migration challenges enterprises face and how effective hybrid cloud infrastructure can eliminate many of these obstacles.View Whitepaper
The role of the modern CIO is changing. The cloud is enabling innovation within the wider digital transformation agenda, with organisations using services from multiple providers to deploy a hybrid, multi-cloud model.
While this opens doors when it comes to the range of options open to IT departments, it also puts new demands on the CIO in terms of innovation. There is more pressure than ever on IT leaders to lead the way strategically, technologically and culturally, all while navigating the choppy waters of change; keeping the business ru ...
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The importance of digital employee experience is growing as they expect access to applications and information on any device, anywhere. This new survey highlights employee experience trends and shows why putting employees first continues to be a rewarding business strategy.
In partnership with VMware, Vanson Bourne conducted a recent survey of 6,400 employees, IT, and human resources (HR) decision-makers to evaluate the value of digital employee experience. The study reve ...
Security incidents are inevitable. Motivated attackers will find their way in. They might rely on clever pieces of never-before-seen malware, effective phishing campaigns that yield employee credentials, containers left exposed to the internet or invariably, vulnerable software.
What else have we come to accept? That attackers, once inside, seek to move laterally, looking to steal important intellectual property or sensitive customer information. Perhaps they merely want to lock up data with ransomware that moves laterally on its own or wors ...
Illumio Inc. engaged Bishop Fox to measure the effectiveness of micro-segmentation using the Illumio Adaptive Security Platform (ASP) as a control in limiting lateral network movement. The following report details the findings identified during the course of the engagement, which started on March 16, 2020.
- Create a repeatable testing methodology that can be leveraged by third parties looking to replicate testing in their own environment.
- Record time required to reach the trophy in each use case test.
- Review the level of detec ...
In our 19-criterion evaluation of Zero Trust platform providers, we identified the 15 most significant ones — Akamai Technologies, Applegate, BlackBerry, Cisco, Forcepoint, Google, Guardicore, Illumio, Ionic Security, Microsoft, MobileIron, Okta, Palo Alto Networks, Proofpoint, and Unisys — and researched, analyzed, and scored them. This report shows how each provider measures up and helps S&R professionals select the right one for their needs.
- Delivering Zero Trust Security Demands A Platform, Not A Portfolio.
- Remot ...
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