Why Application Security Is the New Business Imperative -- and How to Achieve It

Businesses are being held increasingly accountable for their business application security—by customers, partners, and government. Unfortunately, most businesses are playing catch-up with security. What’s really needed are processes that fix the software development cycle by weaving security expertise into software acquisition, development, and deployment. Businesses that don’t take a process-oriented approach today may end up chasing application security forever.

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Why the Cloud Is More than Hot Air for the Manufacturing Enterprise

Manufacturers have legitimate questions and concerns when contemplating a transition from a legacy, on-premise enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution to a cloud ERP system. Download this white paper to find out just how cloud ERP solutions have proven their viability and superiority when compared to on-premise competitors when it comes to security, business continuity, cost, and other factors. Read More

The Application Deluge and Visibility Imperative

The information technology (IT) environment of today’s organizations is becoming complex and hence difficult to monitor and manage. For one thing, business applications can reside in corporate data centers or in the cloud—while users can be work near these centers or far across the globe. IT teams are therefore increasingly burdened with providing the required visibility into and control over the entire network—and with ensuring the high performance and availability of mission-critical applications.... Read More

Application Visibility: The Root of Good Service Management

Information technology (IT) organizations have long struggled to understand and manage the services they provide. As service management has had to rely on applications to codify business processes, it entails an application-centric approach. Sophisticated application monitoring tools are just now becoming available that provide good visibility into IT services.

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