The world of application development has undergone significant change in recent years with the move from on-premises infrastructure to public clouds, adoption of new methodologies such as DevOps, and introduction of new tools such as Kubernetes and Serverless.
This article explores the challenges developers face in creating modern applications, as well as the strategies and capabilities that leading businesses are following to meet such challenges head-on by taking a new approach to Application Performance Monitoring (APM). Read on this article to learn how leading organizations are leveraging modern APM to realize benefits such as:
It has never been more important to stand out in the pharmaceutical market – and now that the world is facing COVID-19, all brands face the challenge of this shockwave in refreshing their customer understanding.
Failure to do so is a failure to respect this new customer reality, and this is where the importance of “data trust” remains unparalleled. It is first-, second- and third-party data that will enable brands and organizations to better serve people – especially as digital communication accelerates. It’s all about ethical data, unified and used in ethical ways to do good.
Now, more than ever is the time to build “data trust” through exceptional data-driven marketing. It is critical to brand trust and gives people not only the marketing that’s relevant to them but the products and services they want and the experiences they deserve.
The age of the connected customer is here. Learn how to build and maintain connected relationships with your buyers using insights from over 2,900 B2B commerce sales professionals. See how sales teams are meeting customers where they are by:
Using a single view of the customer to collaborate
Deploying self-service to free up time for selling
Adopting artificial intelligence to bolster performance
The emergence of 5G as a transformative communications technology is upon us. And yet despite strong commitments from network operators around the world to deploy 5G networks, public 5G rollouts from national carriers might still be a ways off. Learn how private networks will enable 5G digital transformation.
Find out why Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is finding strong uptake in HR management. Real users share the benefits of RPA in Human Resources. The value that Robotic Process Automation (RPA) adds when implemented in Human Resources (HR) is vast, to say the least.
Uncertainty due to the unexpected consequences of COVID-19 has forced businesses to step back, assess the processes they have in place, and make corrections as needed. In doing so, businesses have become acutely aware of their need to automate and streamline their systems.
HR has been identified as one of the biggest areas where RPA shows immense promise, improving both efficiency and effectiveness of operations.
This article, in collaboration with CIO.com, will give you profound insight into the benefits of RPA with accompanying testimonials of users with firsthand experience. Specific positive outcomes that are highlighted include time savings, error tracking, and ease of implementation.
While many enterprises have taken tremendous strides in recent years to measure and manage the cyber risk present within their own IT systems, they struggle to extend that vigilance to third-party risk.
In this article, we detail the need to gain a strong understanding of third-party cyber risks and how your business can be impacted by a lack of third-party data.
Read this article to learn more about:
The state of third-party risk management today
Real-world examples of some recent third-party cyber incidents