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By: Cloudroute     Published Date: Jun 01, 2016
Most companies are have decided they need the business agility and the cost savings that come when moving to the cloud with nearly 90 percent of businesses having adopted the cloud in some capacity. But with the bewildering amount of contradictory opinions and information floating around on the Internet, not many understand exactly what that means or what it entails. Companies considering Microsoft Office 365 as their first step in moving applications to hosted solutions face similar inconsistencies, making it difficult to separate fact from fiction. For example, some businesses incorrectly believe Office 365 is simply a version of Office accessed by a browser. Astonishing right!
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By: 8x8 Inc.     Published Date: Aug 09, 2017
The 8x8-CCNG survey shows more and more companies are moving their contact centers to the cloud, and for a range of reasons that is appealing to almost every business center. Most prominent among those objectives are better business continuity, scalability, supporting remote workers, and integrating new technologies like multi-channel capabilities. Does your contact center employ remote agents? More than half do or respondents do! Across industries, prioritizing top talent and supporting remote workers is a growing concern. Cloud contact centers support this objective by making the full set of technologies and features available to all users, wherever they are located. Download now to learn more.
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     8x8 Inc.
By: Forcepoint     Published Date: May 14, 2019
Cloud Connectivity and Security for Every Branch With each new branch and remote employee, your distributed networks become more complex, and your organization’s digital transformation continues moving full speed ahead. Traditional networking and security infrastructures often buckle under the pressure. In this ebook, Guide to Cloud Connectivity and Security in Distributed Networks, we’ll share a better approach. Integrating connectivity and security, and moving them to the cloud, can help you achieve higher productivity, reduce cost, and ease compliance. Specific topics include: Ways to augment or replace expensive MPLS for more powerful connectivity Types of security every internet-connected site needs for holistic protection Advantages of an integrated solution over a patchwork of point products Read our ebook for more on how to connect and protect across your distributed networks.
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By: Forcepoint     Published Date: May 14, 2019
Transforming Cloud Connectivity & Security in Distributed Networks Today’s digital transformation initiatives frequently begin with moving applications and data to the cloud. But traditional networking and security infrastructure, such as backhauling data from remote locations to central offices over MPLS lines, can’t keep up. Fortunately, new approaches that also move connectivity and security to the cloud are rapidly overcoming these hurdles. Technologies such as direct-to-cloud SD-WAN and site-to-site VPNs dramatically cut the cost of connectivity. However, they put pressure on other parts of the organization to adopt new ways of defending each site against internet intruders, protecting the use of web content, and securing data stored in cloud apps. In this webcast, we’ll discuss a new, integrated approach to connectivity and security. Used by enterprises and government agencies around the world to manage as many as 1,500 sites from a single console, Forcepoint’s branch security
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By: Forcepoint     Published Date: May 14, 2019
IDC Infobrief: How Security Solutions Enable Cloud Success Cloud applications have transformed how organizations conduct business, increasing productivity and reducing costs. However, moving to the cloud means critical data now flows outside the organization’s traditional security boundaries. Unsurprisingly, security concerns still rank as the number one reason for not using cloud services*. This IDC InfoBrief, sponsored by Forcepoint, outlines five key security considerations and best practices for safe cloud adoption, including: Multi-cloud adoption: exposing challenges for security architectures Cloud-first and GDPR implications Cloud application visibility and control Data management and DLP in the cloud Leveraging User and Entity Behavior Analytics (UEBA) for protection Read the eBook to find out the five information security lessons learned from transitioning to the cloud. *IDC’s 2017 CloudView Survey; IDC’s 2017 CloudImpact Survey
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By: Forcepoint     Published Date: May 14, 2019
Cloud Connectivity and Security for Every Branch With each new branch and remote employee, your distributed networks become more complex, and your organization’s digital transformation continues moving full speed ahead. Traditional networking and security infrastructures often buckle under the pressure. In this ebook, Guide to Cloud Connectivity and Security in Distributed Networks, we’ll share a better approach. Integrating connectivity and security, and moving them to the cloud, can help you achieve higher productivity, reduce cost, and ease compliance. Specific topics include: Ways to augment or replace expensive MPLS for more powerful connectivity Types of security every internet-connected site needs for holistic protection Advantages of an integrated solution over a patchwork of point products Read our ebook for more on how to connect and protect across your distributed networks.
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By: Forcepoint     Published Date: May 14, 2019
Transforming Cloud Connectivity & Security in Distributed Networks Today’s digital transformation initiatives frequently begin with moving applications and data to the cloud. But traditional networking and security infrastructure, such as backhauling data from remote locations to central offices over MPLS lines, can’t keep up. Fortunately, new approaches that also move connectivity and security to the cloud are rapidly overcoming these hurdles. Technologies such as direct-to-cloud SD-WAN and site-to-site VPNs dramatically cut the cost of connectivity. However, they put pressure on other parts of the organization to adopt new ways of defending each site against internet intruders, protecting the use of web content, and securing data stored in cloud apps. In this webcast, we’ll discuss a new, integrated approach to connectivity and security. Used by enterprises and government agencies around the world to manage as many as 1,500 sites from a single console, Forcepoint’s branch security
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By: Forcepoint     Published Date: May 14, 2019
IDC Infobrief: How Security Solutions Enable Cloud Success Cloud applications have transformed how organizations conduct business, increasing productivity and reducing costs. However, moving to the cloud means critical data now flows outside the organization’s traditional security boundaries. Unsurprisingly, security concerns still rank as the number one reason for not using cloud services*. This IDC InfoBrief, sponsored by Forcepoint, outlines five key security considerations and best practices for safe cloud adoption, including: Multi-cloud adoption: exposing challenges for security architectures Cloud-first and GDPR implications Cloud application visibility and control Data management and DLP in the cloud Leveraging User and Entity Behavior Analytics (UEBA) for protection Read the eBook to find out the five information security lessons learned from transitioning to the cloud. *IDC’s 2017 CloudView Survey; IDC’s 2017 CloudImpact Survey
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By: Forcepoint     Published Date: May 14, 2019
Cloud Connectivity and Security for Every Branch With each new branch and remote employee, your distributed networks become more complex, and your organization’s digital transformation continues moving full speed ahead. Traditional networking and security infrastructures often buckle under the pressure. In this ebook, Guide to Cloud Connectivity and Security in Distributed Networks, we’ll share a better approach. Integrating connectivity and security, and moving them to the cloud, can help you achieve higher productivity, reduce cost, and ease compliance. Specific topics include: Ways to augment or replace expensive MPLS for more powerful connectivity Types of security every internet-connected site needs for holistic protection Advantages of an integrated solution over a patchwork of point products Read our ebook for more on how to connect and protect across your distributed networks.
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     Forcepoint
By: Forcepoint     Published Date: May 14, 2019
Transforming Cloud Connectivity & Security in Distributed Networks Today’s digital transformation initiatives frequently begin with moving applications and data to the cloud. But traditional networking and security infrastructure, such as backhauling data from remote locations to central offices over MPLS lines, can’t keep up. Fortunately, new approaches that also move connectivity and security to the cloud are rapidly overcoming these hurdles. Technologies such as direct-to-cloud SD-WAN and site-to-site VPNs dramatically cut the cost of connectivity. However, they put pressure on other parts of the organization to adopt new ways of defending each site against internet intruders, protecting the use of web content, and securing data stored in cloud apps. In this webcast, we’ll discuss a new, integrated approach to connectivity and security. Used by enterprises and government agencies around the world to manage as many as 1,500 sites from a single console, Forcepoint’s branch security
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By: Forcepoint     Published Date: May 14, 2019
IDC Infobrief: How Security Solutions Enable Cloud Success Cloud applications have transformed how organizations conduct business, increasing productivity and reducing costs. However, moving to the cloud means critical data now flows outside the organization’s traditional security boundaries. Unsurprisingly, security concerns still rank as the number one reason for not using cloud services*. This IDC InfoBrief, sponsored by Forcepoint, outlines five key security considerations and best practices for safe cloud adoption, including: Multi-cloud adoption: exposing challenges for security architectures Cloud-first and GDPR implications Cloud application visibility and control Data management and DLP in the cloud Leveraging User and Entity Behavior Analytics (UEBA) for protection Read the eBook to find out the five information security lessons learned from transitioning to the cloud. *IDC’s 2017 CloudView Survey; IDC’s 2017 CloudImpact Survey
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By: Ahead     Published Date: Aug 08, 2018
As organizations are moving to AWS to gain the operational efficiencies of the cloud, they’re realizing the importance of a well-architected framework. This framework, which consists of twelve pillars, is well-intended, secure, and compliant, but is not exactly easy to achieve. Our clients frequently tell us that two pillars in particular-- Security and Cost Optimization--are the most difficult to get right. This is partially because while advanced tooling is required to manage cloud complexities and compliance, selecting, deploying, and operating these tools is costly and burdensome. Without optimizing your environment for these two pillars, you are preventing your organization from scaling up. This has resulted in many businesses that are restricted to a minimal use of AWS, negating any benefit of having adopted the cloud in the first place. AHEAD uses the AWS Well-Architected Framework, which will walk you through missteps and how to get it right.
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By: AWS - ROI DNA     Published Date: Nov 19, 2018
"Organizations are increasingly moving their mission-critical applications and data to Amazon Web Services (AWS) and taking advantage of the massive compute power of Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2). The CrowdStrike Falcon® platform for AWS provides extensive and detailed visibility over Amazon EC2 instances, helping to improve an organization’s overall security posture. Learn how CrowdStrike® Falcon Discover™ enables IT security professionals to quickly identify and stop threats. Download this solution brief to learn how you can help satisfy your security requirements by: • Monitoring and searching metadata to improve security posture • Reviewing the rate of the Amazon EC2 instances launched over time • Gaining additional context surrounding alerts"
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By: AWS - ROI DNA     Published Date: Nov 19, 2018
Cloud migration can be fraught with inevitable speed bumps. IT management must keep pace while infrastructures grow more complex, and security teams must safeguard their organization’s posture even as they relinquish control over some key technology—all while business teams must continue to predict and manage costs along the way. There are ways to navigate this process more effectively. Register for your complimentary copy of the ebook How to Get Your Cloud Migration Strategy Right. You’ll learn how to make your cloud migration journey successful, including: • How to make the transition to the cloud as seamless as possible • Why you need full visibility into your infrastructure before, during, and after migration • How IT, security, and operations teams can maximize the ROI from moving to the cloud
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By: BMC ASEAN     Published Date: Dec 18, 2018
Big data projects often entail moving data between multiple cloud and legacy on-premise environments. A typical scenario involves moving data from a cloud-based source to a cloud-based normalization application, to an on-premise system for consolidation with other data, and then through various cloud and on-premise applications that analyze the data. Processing and analysis turn the disparate data into business insights delivered though dashboards, reports, and data warehouses - often using cloud-based apps. The workflows that take data from ingestion to delivery are highly complex and have numerous dependencies along the way. Speed, reliability, and scalability are crucial. So, although data scientists and engineers may do things manually during proof of concept, manual processes don't scale.
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By: DataCore     Published Date: Jun 06, 2019
With so many moving pieces involved in business continuity and disaster recovery planning, anticipating the downstream impact of new SAN arrays, hyperconverged systems, and disaster recovery site relocation is increasingly more difficult. Learn how DataCore™ SDS services help you adapt your safeguards accordingly in the face of these common initiatives and business challenges: - Storage Array Replacement - Mergers and Acquisitions - Cloud Replication - Hyperconverged Infrastructure - Multi-Site Metro Cluster
Tags : business continuity, disaster recovery, data protection, software defined storage, virtualization, storage, downtime, high availability
     DataCore
By: Five9     Published Date: Jun 14, 2019
Cloud contact center has been a hot topic in the industry for some time, but moving your contact center to the cloud is no small decision. We understand that migrating your contact center is not something to jump into without considerable due diligence. We also know from our experience working with leading brands, however, that moving the contact center to the cloud pays off and is fast becoming the only way for an organization to embrace the advancements in self-service, intelligent routing and agent assistance that artificial intelligence (AI) will soon deliver. This paper is designed to help evaluate your current contact center as you consider a move to the cloud. Our goal, as always, is to enable you to deliver exceptional customer experiences, and we are here to assist you at every step as you transition to the cloud.
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By: Five9     Published Date: Aug 01, 2019
It’s become abundantly clear that the cloud is no longer the future— but the new normal. Enterprises rely on cloud computing for web-based meetings, email, file sharing, and more every day to reduce costs and administrative burdens while enhancing productivity. With the wealth of benefits to be gained by moving to the cloud—including speed of deployment, cost-efficiencies, and easy scaling—it’s no wonder the shift toward all things virtual has been so pervasive and swift. What’s more, as the cloud has matured, the potential drawbacks that once made enterprises hesitant to make the move are disappearing. Security is now robust, application integration happens with ease, and reliability is a given, not a question mark. So now that the cloud has become not just viable, but essential, to stay competitive in a rapidly changing world, it’s time to explore how the cloud can significantly improve your contact center operations and guest experiences. This paper will provide one compelling r
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     Five9
By: Five9     Published Date: Aug 01, 2019
Cloud contact center has been a hot topic in the industry for some time, but moving your enterprise contact center to the cloud is no small decision. We understand that migrating your contact center is not something to jump into without considerable due diligence.
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     Five9
By: Five9     Published Date: Oct 29, 2019
It’s become abundantly clear that the cloud is no longer the future— but the new normal. Enterprises rely on cloud computing for web-based meetings, email, file sharing, and more every day to reduce costs and administrative burdens while enhancing productivity. With the wealth of benefits to be gained by moving to the cloud—including speed of deployment, cost-efficiencies, and easy scaling—it’s no wonder the shift toward all things virtual has been so pervasive and swift. What’s more, as the cloud has matured, the potential drawbacks that once made enterprises hesitant to make the move are disappearing. Security is now robust, application integration happens with ease, and reliability is a given, not a question mark. So now that the cloud has become not just viable, but essential, to stay competitive in a rapidly changing world, it’s time to explore how the cloud can significantly improve your contact center operations and customer experiences. This paper will provide one compelling
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     Five9
By: Five9     Published Date: Oct 29, 2019
Cloud contact center has been a hot topic in the industry for some time, but moving your contact center to the cloud is no small decision. We understand that migrating your contact center is not something to jump into without considerable due diligence. We also know from our experience working with leading brands, however, that moving the contact center to the cloud pays off and is fast becoming the only way for an organization to embrace the advancements in self-service, intelligent routing and agent assistance that artificial intelligence (AI) will soon deliver. This paper is designed to help evaluate your current contact center as you consider a move to the cloud. Our goal, as always, is to enable you to deliver exceptional customer experiences, and we are here to assist you at every step as you transition to the cloud.
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     Five9
By: eFax     Published Date: Aug 06, 2013
The objective of this white paper is to discover whether outsourcing can truly help IT managers find a balance between reducing the fixed costs associated with running their in-house fax servers and improving overall efficiencies.
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     eFax
By: Riverbed     Published Date: Nov 02, 2016
Whether you’re moving to the cloud, or are already there and are trying to figure out a better way to do the cloud, the question becomes is there a way to utilize the cloud that ensures the highest level of performance possible? Learn how to devise a Cloud Strategy that Doesn’t Cast a Shadow on App Performance.
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By: Workday     Published Date: Sep 08, 2015
Read the whitepaper to discover the benefits of moving finance operations to the cloud.
Tags : cloud computing, finance in the cloud, cloud security, security, payroll software, financial management, cloud
     Workday
By: F5 Networks Inc     Published Date: Jan 31, 2017
Organizations considering moving enterprise applications to the public cloud should ensure that they also move the application delivery services their applications rely on in the data center. In addition, cloud migration presents an opportunity to organize and rationalize security and access, gain visibility into cloud-based application traffic, and architect a strong disaster recovery plan. Download to read the 5 rules to follow when lifting and shifting apps to the the cloud.
Tags : apps, cloud, enterprise applications, public cloud, networking
     F5 Networks Inc
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