IDaaS: Modernize Your IAM in the Cloud

OneLogin

IT, Security, and IT infrastructure teams are faced with a complex set of challenges, and identity and access management (IAM) done the old way tends to compound things. Companies who haven’t modernized their IAM infrastructure can spend months dedicated to setting up each new business application, both on premises and in the cloud, and another several months launching it to their users. It doesn’t have to be this way, with cloud-based solutions such as OneLogin reducing the time, effort, and risk of IAM modernization.
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The only constant in business is change. And the times they are a'changing. Tools like Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) used to be considered a necessary evil, and their implementation viewed as complex, protracted, and hugely expensive processes. Not surprisingly, stories of disastrously failed ERP implementations abound.


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50 Shades of Cloud

The rapid virtualization of the enterprise’s data center and the growing acceptance and consumption of cloud-based services are changing the way enterprises do IT.While this “cloud revolution” provides clear and substantial business and operational benefits, it brings a fundamental change to compute and storage deployment and use, data flows, network architecture and security.This webinar will provide a glimpse into the private and hybrid cloud impact on security in terms of requirements, architecture and the solutions available.

Next-generation IT strategies: Mixing conventional and cloud-native infrastructure

Join IDC vice president Mary Johnston Turner, and Gordon Haff, Red Hat cloud evangelist, as they review the research results on the challenges and opportunities for blended cloud-native and conventional application architectures. You'll learn why: 83% of early cloud-native adopters expect to continue supporting existing conventional applications and infrastructure for the next 3 years, 96% see open source as an enabler of cloud-native integration and conventional app modernization, 55.8% of experienced cloud-native users plan to continue building new apps and support conventional apps over next 3 years.

SIOS Webinar Will Describe How to Leverage the Benefits of Azure Cloud Computing Using Cloud and Hybrid Configurations for High Availability

Market Wired

SAN MATEO, CA--(Marketwired - Apr 9, 2015) - SIOS Technology Corp. (www.us.sios.com), maker of SAN and #SANLess clustering software products, today announced a live webinar featuring Microsoft Cluster MVP William Bressette that will describe how to leverage the benefits of Microsoft Azure cloud computing using innovative cloud and hybrid configurations for high availability and disaster recovery. Titled, "Deploying Applications in Azure without Configuration Limitations," this webinar will be held on Thursday, April 16 at 10:00 AM PDT / 1:00 PM EDT. To register, please visit: us.sios.com/2015-04-webinar/ In this webinar, Microsoft MVP William Bressette will describe innovative cloud and hybrid configurations that companies are using to leverage the benefits of Azure cloud computing. He will discuss ways to overcome factors that may limit configuration flexibility, such as shared storage clustering for high availability protection. Learn how to deploy important applications, such as SQL Server in on-premises to cloud, cloud to cloud, and all cloud configurations without sacrificing high availability, performance, or disaster protection. The webinar will conclude with a live Q&A session.

How to Update your Board of Directors on Cyber Risk

Coalfire Systems, Inc.

In a 2015 NYSE Governance Survey, more than 80% of public company board members reported that cybersecurity is discussed at most or all board meetings. And yet, those discussions are not always comfortable -- a surprising 66% of them are not fully confident their companies are properly protected against cyberattacks.

Spotlight

The only constant in business is change. And the times they are a'changing. Tools like Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) used to be considered a necessary evil, and their implementation viewed as complex, protracted, and hugely expensive processes. Not surprisingly, stories of disastrously failed ERP implementations abound.

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