Cloud Infographic: History Of Security A light and colorful look at the history of security. The infographic has been provided by the group at PerspecSys. What will security look like over the next 50-100 years? Infographic Source: PerspecSys
Cloud Infographic: Data – You Cannot Stop It We have covered hundreds of articles with relation to Big Data here at CloudTweaks over the years. We clearly understand its big business and there is a growing need to recruit the right people in order to help us better analyse and uncover important key elements found within the huge mass of data. Included is an infographic provided by Seagate which helps illustrate the direction Big Data is taking. Infographic Source: Seagate
Cloud Startup: Anaplan Brings Accurate Data Analysis Tools Having access to efficient and accurate tools is essential for every successful business plan and operation. To help with company modeling and planning there is Anaplan, a startup out of San Francisco, California. Over the past two years, Anaplan has skyrocketed in growth. From reeling in significant funding to expanding the number of application tools for various aspects of finance and sales, this startup is booming. It isn’t just about big data analysis or operation applications, its more. With Anaplan, clients don’t just receive data analysis, they get results that prepare them
Consumerization is revolutionizing “file sync and share” services for the highly regulated asset management industry. The Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) movement has gained significant popularity in the corporate world and is rapidly changing how enterprises share information. Consumerization of devices in asset management – the migration of features, feel and functionality of mainstream consumer products to specialist financial services firms – is changing this industry as well. CIOs and CTOs are realizing the need to bulletproof their consumer-grade services with industrial-strength file sync and share services in order to provide secure, easy access to data and documents, anywhere, from
Cloud Infographic: Big Data Scientists Need Apply “Harnessing Big Data to Grow Revenue” 90 percent of the world’s big data was created in the past two years alone. Despite the volume and scope of this data, however, businesses are often at a loss when it comes to effectively using it to drive user engagement and sales. This white paper on social data discusses the following: How social data is captured, stored, and managed, Best practices for collecting user data, Ways social data can be used to deliver direct value. Also included is a very nice infographic created by BusinessIntelligence and Domo Corporation highlighting the
The Impact of Security Management on the Business Survey of 240 information security professionals, network operations and application owners at organizations worldwide. Included is a recent survey provided courtesy of the group over at Algosec.com A key finding in the study shows that many organizations have yet to migrate a significant percentage of their business applications to the cloud, though most plan to increase their reliance upon cloud-based applications in the future. In excess of two-thirds of respondent say they will migrate to private (34%) or hybrid (35%) clouds. Just 5% expect to migrate to public clouds and 25% have
Plan Ahead for a Successful Cloud Migration Migrating your information systems to the cloud can be a complex process. However, the factors most attributable to the success of the project are not. By addressing these issues well in advance, you will avoid many of the pitfalls that can derail migration projects. Below are some questions to ask before you initiate the project. Your responses will provide a clear roadmap for the overall project and should make it easier to isolate and resolve more technical issues as they arise. (Image Source: Shutterstock) Why are you migrating your systems to the cloud?
Startup Zuora: Helping Businesses Shift To Subscription-Based Sales Via Their SaaS AndThe Cloud Over the years, there has been an evolution of how companies sell products; especially as companies are building new business models to reflect the changing commerce world with online sales and such. Seeing as startups are building from the ground up integrating a new platform can be easier, especially with the various models out there today, such as Dropbox and Netfilx. However, for those businesses that have been running for decades, changing their long used SAP or Oracle run programs to the more widely-used subscriptions based scheme can