Forrester report: The Total Economic Impact of WebSphere Application Server

There are many great things to come out of open source initiatives, not the least of which is innovation. But relying on an open source application server for your most critical customer-facing apps is not a smart strategy. If you plan to be in business now and five years from now, consider the security, integrity, scalability, and ultimately lower TCO of the proven IBM WebSphere Application Server for your enterprise.
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Application Server TCO comparison: WebSphere vs JBoss

When considering open source, in most cases it is not the ability to modify source code that is attractive to customers, but the perceived cost savings that open source can offer. While the easiest and most obvious costs to calculate are acquisition costs, often overlooked are the far reaching effects that your choice of application server can have on other areas such as management, administration, training, hardware, and lost opportunity due to unexpected downtime. Learn the facts of TCO and performance in this comparison of IBM WebSphere Application Server to Redhat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform (JBoss EAP).
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COO Study: Gearing up for growth

COOs responsibilities are expanding beyond cost saving and efficiency to include a growing role in raising revenues. By transforming processes, they're providing customers more relevant experiences. Center for Applied Insights talked to COOs across industries to find out more
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Mobile-enabled Smarter Process: Patterns for achieving mobile success for organizations

The impact of mobile technologies on the world is reminiscent of the changes brought about by the industrial revolution and the e-business revolution. Mobile provides professionals at organizations the ability to interact with more people, more often than ever before. But while individuals have embraced mobile; many businesses find it difficult to incorporate mobile solutions into their organization to drive value. Leaders at organizations are quickly learning that creating a few new slick applications does not guarantee success in the digital economy. Mobile business is about reorganizing your enterprise around mobile technologies and reinventing your business processes to fundamentally change how your organization operates.
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Strategic BPM in the Cloud

Optimize your business processes in the cloud with a next generation BPM strategy — an intelligent Business Platform (iBP) that implements an on demand, “service as you need it” model. Take advantage of Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) for pure technology, including processing, storage, networks and other fundamental computing virtual resources, with payment based on usage. Develop and manage business processes using the BPM Platform as a Service (BPMaaS), providing the BPMS tools supported by cloud services. Work with live business processes used by customers, suppliers, employees and trading partners, using Business Processes as a Service (BPaaS).
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HP Tipping Point Provides Next Generation Network Security

Cyber criminals are more sophisticated and more determined than ever. Protecting your network from attack requires new thinking— and new security solutions. Gartner’s “Defining Next-Generation Network Intrusion Prevention” (included below) shows how intrusion prevention systems (IPS) are evolving to block a wider range of threats while minimizing false positives that keep security teams scrambling.
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Improve Your Security in 30 Days

Every second matters in the fight against cyber-attacks. Don’t wait to become a victim. With the HP TippingPoint Next-Generation Intrusion Prevention System (NGIPS) and Next-Generation Firewall (NGFW), you can improve your network security and visibility in just 30 days. It’s a simple, effective, and reliable network security solution that sees and stops cyber-attacks before damage is done.
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A New Approach to Malware Defense

For years, enterprises have relied on endpoint defenses like anti-virus software to detect and disable malware. But that approach—which relies on signatures of known attacks—has failed to stop targeted attacks. Anonymous proxy networks like Tor provide cyber criminals the ideal communication vehicle for malware. Increased reliance on mobile devices and corporate BYOD programs increase vulnerability. And new technologies like IPv6 bring complexity and offer hackers a security gap when defenses lag technology. As a result, IT security organizations are falling farther behind in the war on malware.

HP TippingPoint next-generation intrusion prevention system (NGIPS) and next-generation firewall (NGFW) broaden malware defenses by disrupting every phase of the malware lifecycle. To enable this, TippingPoint uses a three-prong approach based on original security intelligence from HP Security Research.

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The 2014 Next Generation Firewall Challenge

The Target security breach and discovery of the “Heartbleed” vulnerability in web encryption software taught us some important lessons about enterprise security. Analyst Robin Layland applies those lessons to establish key requirements for next-generation firewalls (NGFW). Then HP’s TJ Alldridge explains how HP TippingPoint NGFW meets those requirements and offers a compelling NGFW that is simple, effective, and reliable.
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2013 Cyber Risk Report Executive Summary

The “Cyber risk report 2013 Executive summary” presents the major findings of HP Security Research’s comprehensive dive into today’s cyber vulnerability and threat landscape. It provides information you need to effectively plan your cyber security strategy and deploy your defenses. The summary concludes that security is about an integrated, systematic approach that includes both protective and reactive measures.
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Security considerations when undergoing a network refresh

Corporate networks are under a constant state of siege - not just from threats but from the pressure of supporting the ever-growing number of clients, devices and platforms that have resulted from the BYOD phenomena. Network demands will only increase as we move to the "internet of things" adding sensors and instrumentation of all types to the list of security burdens. As a result, many organizations are planning network refreshes to ensure bandwidth for current and future needs will be available. But new networking protocols and hardware can bring new attack surfaces for both internal and external threats, and organizations must consider new security measures, from intrusion prevention systems to next-generation firewalls to ensure network upgrades don't leave them at higher risk.

This SlashGuide looks at the most important factors IT should keep top of mind as they plan their move to 802.11ac, higher bandwidth wired infrastructure or upgrading to switches and routers with enhanced capabilities.

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Next Generation Enterprise Network Security Solutions: The Importance of Incorporating Vulnerability Intelligence

Hackers are quick to exploit newly discovered vulnerabilities in the software enterprises deploy and use. Traditional security defenses rely on known attack signatures, so they often fail to detect attacks that exploit new vulnerabilities. HP TippingPoint Next-Generation Intrusion Prevention System (NGIPS) and Next-Generation Firewall (NGFW) combine technology that focuses on the root problems common to multiple threats with the latest vulnerability intelligence provided by HP Security Research and supported by more than 3,000 external security researchers. This enables them to block new threats that escape detection by traditional threat pattern recognition with minimal impact on network performance.
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The top five signs you need DevOps.

The DevOps methodology unites software development (Dev) and production and operations (Ops) into a single, integrated, and continuous process.While Dev focuses on innovation and speed, the mandate to Ops is about stability, control, and predictability. Left to themselves, Dev and Ops struggle to talk to each other, much less collaborate. Is the ongoing battle between Development and Operations holding you back? Here are five signs you may need to bring them together with DevOps.
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