As a data analyst, you provide one of the most needed services in business today, triggering important decisions with the insights you provide while grappling with impossible deadlines, high expectations, and IT bottlenecks. From healthcare to government to higher education, organizations in every sector need data analysts.
The Internet of Things (IoT) offers many opportunities and a new world of data management and security challenges for organizations. First, IoT changes the breadth of what we connect regarding the type of devices. These devices could be as simple as a sensor or as complex as a supercomputer.
Data protection is about understanding potential risks to your data and how to take action if they materialize. But how do you balance what your organization needs to get work done with what it needs to keep data safe? These nine steps will walk you through how to implement data protection controls that are both measurably effective and practical for your day-to-day, and pinpoint opportunities to fortify your solution with risk-adaptive data protection.
Informatica has various products focused towards data integration. However, Informatica PowerCenter is the leading product in their portfolio. It has become so prevalent that Informatica PowerCenter is now used synonymously to Informatica. It is a data integration tool based on ETL architecture. It provides data integration software and services for several businesses, industries and government organizations like telecommunication, healthcare, financial and insurance services.
Robust security programs are more accessible, affordable, and capable than ever before, helping confront a deluge of new regulations and cyber threats. While most midsize enterprises have conventional firewalls and intrusion detection products in place, countless others have eschewed more robust security solutions and services. They’ve justified their hands-off approach with a variety of misconceptions and excuses.
One size does not fit all when it comes to meeting VMware-based virtual machine (VM) data protection requirements. Costs must be kept in check while shrinking recovery time and meeting recovery point objectives. IT professionals are pressured to deliver near-zero data loss and near-zero application downtime. They also need to comply with data privacy regulations such as the European Union’s (EU’s) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). Finally, the IT professional must develop strategies that protect against increasingly tenacious ransomware attacks.
Enterprise data is growing at a phenomenal rate and it’s located everywhere: on endpoints, in data centers and increasingly in the cloud. Industry studies indicate that 90% of enterprises are now using one or more cloud services to house 65% of their business-critical workloads. Using cloud-based services also opens up new use cases including cloud-based backup, disaster recovery and data intelligence.
If you’re about to take an analytic crack at unfiltered terabytes or even petabytes of complex, unstructured data, it can stay in a public cloud provider like Amazon Web Services, said Judith Hurwitz. The consultant and author of numerous IT books, including several in the For Dummies instructional series, said analyzing big data in the cloud often works “because you’re still in the process of separating the wheat from the chaf,” so there’s no reason for the extra security of keeping it in-house. “It has not become mission-critical at that point,” Hurwitz said.
The industry regularly waxes lyrical about the value of data, but in our Voice of the Enterprise: Storage data we see that organizations have considerable expectations when it comes to how much data can be lost in an outage and how quickly data or workloads must be recovered. While there is a clear and logical hierarchy in importance between mission-critical, business-critical and noncritical applications and data, many organizations are unwilling to tolerate long periods of downtime for even noncritical data.
Data is a vital part of an organization and business owners are finding ways to make their data more available and secure with every passing minute. Backup comes to mind talking about data protection but a complete data protection is a lot more than that.
There are a two main factors that play their part in making a backup reliable and efficient: disaggregation and disaster recovery. This article will highlight them and how they are useful for an enterprise.
The market for mobile data protection solutions and services is set to grow over the forecast period with a CAGR of 21.5%. Increasing adoption of cloud computing and advanced technologies across the organization drives the global mobile data protection solution and services market.
Your organization is executing campaigns targeting the millennial generation and depending on social data for deeper customer insights. Managers are asking for more data from multiple sources to support new investments and product strategies. Marketing promotions are adjusted in real time based on current sales data across all channels.
As monolithic enterprise applications deconstruct and data becomes bigger and more fragmented, organizations are scrambling to keep up with the added complexity, expense, and resources required to attain data cohesion. Current integration methods and tools are proving to be inadequate for the job at hand.
You like to stay focused on building great software, but there are always distractions from supporting sales opportunities to assisting with customer deployments and troubleshooting existing installations. With so much time spent maintaining the status quo, few cycles remain for modernizing your technology, streamlining internal operations, delivering new customer value and broadening your customer base.
By making the right decisions and following best practices, leading organizations can easily combine the best of on-premise and cloud in order to reap significant benefits in faster delivery, improved reliability and savings on IT costs.
Server virtualization has come a long way in a very short time. From its early days in IT test and development pilot projects, with VMware’s vSphere being the only game in town, to mass adoption, virtualization-first IT policies, and a range of hypervisors available from companies like Citrix, Microsoft, and Red Hat Linux.
The digital era is changing the way that organizations think about, protect, and monetize data. Now more than ever they are pushing to be digitally-driven, and to achieve this they must be data-driven.
The evolution of the traditional corporate environment into a global web of dynamic digital workspaces requires new ways to share information and ideas. The majority of workers contributing to this digital transformation are tech savvy employees who rely on a combination of personal devices, mobile apps, and cloud technologies to do their jobs effectively anytime and anywhere. However, as more and more of these mobile tools and technologies flood the market and the workplace, organizations must remain focused on protecting sensitive data and intellectual property.
Many sites track data on the crypto market. However, most of these sites are usually dull and they often contain too many charts, percentages, and numbers, which can be quite confusing for newbies. This is a major reason why the COIN360 decided to create their platform. The site is more intuitive and it is quite easy to use to comprehend data on the crypto market.
Future Market Insights (FMI) has recently published a market research report, titled “Intelligent Enterprise Data Capture Software Market – Global Industry Analysis 2014 – 2018 and Opportunity Assessment 2019 – 2029.”
This week, Durig Capital ventures into the telecom space to look at one of the country’s major telecommunications services providers. Frontier Communications (NASDAQ: FTR) has been working hard to transform itself as cable, voice and internet usage continues to change and evolve. The company’s most recent quarter highlights some of its progress as well as actions Frontier is taking to remain competitive.
This week, Durig Capital takes a look at a company that provides communications services for consumers and businesses across the U.S. Frontier Communications has spent most of 2018 making progress on its transformation initiatives that are designed to reduce costs, increase profitability and improve the balance sheet. The company recently released its fourth quarter and full year results for 2018. The company is showing progress on its initiatives.
Frontier Communications’ April 2022 bonds are currently trading at a significant discount, giving them an outstanding yield-to-maturity of about 23%. These bonds provide investors with an excellent opportunity for diversification into the essential service of internet connection. Considering Frontier’s solid free cash flow and excellent interest coverage, these 2022 bonds make an ideal addition to Durig Capital’s Fixed Income 2 (FX2) High Yield Managed Income Portfolio, which historically, has done well in a rising interest rate environment, shown below.