The Internet of Things (IoT) has a rich technological legacy and a bright future: ubiquitous connectivity has created a new paradigm, and the closed, static, and bounded systems of the past will soon be obsolete. With the connection of low-cost sensors to cloud platforms, it's now possible to track, analyze, and respond to operational data at scale.
Few aspects of computing are as much in demand as data science. It underlies cybersecurity and spam prevention, determines how we are treated as consumers by everyone from news sites to financial institutions, and is now part of everyday reality through the Internet of Things (IoT). The IoT places higher demands on data science because of the new heights to which it takes the familiar "V's" of big data (volume, velocity, and variety).
Join Amy Perry, Director of Product Marketing at OpenText to explore how healthcare organizations can transition from inefficient paper-based fax to digital. Learn about how solutions like RightFax can simplify, extend, and accelerate your path to digital maturity during this webinar - and to secure your spot with an OpenText expert at HIMSS 2018 by booking a one-on-one meeting today.
In this two-part white paper series, learn to quickly locate and resolve problems across the OSI layers using the Troubleshooting Cheat Sheet. The root cause of application anomalies don't stop at Layer 3 of the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model. In fact, some of the most difficult to diagnose service issues are rooted in, or manifest themselves at the Transport Layer (Layer 4) or higher.
Today's enterprises are under pressure to transform digitally. But IT leaders don't necessarily feel ready. In a recent Gartner study, 59% of the participating IT professionals said their IT organization is unprepared for the digital business of the next two years. Fortunately, the right enterprise automation strategy can provide companies with the flexibility and speed to build compelling apps and deliver unified customer experiences.
Get a jump start on the year ahead in cybercrime. Join security expert and CEO at KnowBe4, Stu Sjouwerman, for this 30-minute webinar "Phishing and Social Engineering in 2018: Is the Worst Yet to Come?". Stu will discuss some of the latest trends in cybercrime and give you an insider's perspective on what to expect for 2018 and how to prepare for it.
The bad guys are just one gullible user click away from staging an all-out invasion. Watch this 2-minute video and learn how you can keep your users on their toes with security top of mind.
Phishing and malware threats are skyrocketing. To combat these attacks, read this new Osterman Research white paper that gives you a list of high-priority actionable items, all related to IT security.
Phishing and ransomware are serious problems that can steal data or disable access to your organization's network. Both ransomware and phishing are increasingly common and are having devastating impacts on businesses of all sizes. The FBI estimates that ransomware alone cost organizations $209 million in just the first three months of 2016!