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Experts Share Tactics to Help Financial Services Organizations

According to PWC, attacks on financial institutions grew 130% last year. And in a recent outage at a regional bank, equipment failure led to $15 million in lost revenue and another $5 million in fee waivers and associated costs. In addition to the raw cost of an incident, financial organizations also face the risk of exposed customer information, regulatory fines, loss of trust and impact to stock prices.

In the webinar, Minimizing Data Disruptions Through Business Continuity Planning, our experts will:

  • Define the scope of data continuity, including disaster recovery and mitigation.
  • Discuss common causes of service interruptions.
  • Show you how to identify the right data continuity solution for your organization.
  • Define tiers of disaster recovery, including multi-tenant DR and full-featured solutions.
  • Share strategies for handling complexity and other DR issues.

An effective business continuity strategy can provide immense value for your organization — better planning would have saved that regional bank $20 million and a lot of dissatisfied customers.

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Integrate Content & Process

Merging your process and content can transform your organization—putting you that much closer to achieving digital transformation. From making your content generally more useful for customers and employees to having your business run more efficiently, this eBook will uncover practical tips and insights on how to successfully digitize and automate your business.

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Build-in Information Governance

With increasing regulations across the globe aimed at protecting personal data and ensuring information is appropriately secured and managed, it is vital to have control of your content and processes. Without suitable security, policy controls and lifecycle processes, your content can be a big liability. Compliance issues,large fines, undermined trust and brand reputation are all at stake.

This eBook looks at best practices for invisibly embedding Information Governance into your ECM system and content-driven processes, so it just happens.

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Architect for the Cloud

When it comes to managing content in the cloud, it’s not a question of if, but when, how, and for what use cases. This guide covers some practical considerations for pursuing a successful cloud-based content management strategy, with a focus on Amazon Web Services (AWS).

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Innovate with a Modern Content Services Platform

In today’s dynamic environment, companies need software solutions that let IT move quickly and in whatever direction the business wants.

Unfortunately, when it comes to enterprise content management (ECM), most companies have a patchwork of disparate systems built up over years of departmental and tactical deployments.

This messy mix of legacy systems exacts a high price. It’s costly to maintain and a real drag on operational efficiency, user productivity and IT resources.

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IDC 2019 Infrastructure Trends Paper

IT leaders have more options than ever when selecting infrastructure strategies: on-premises, off-premises, and hybrid cloud. With this range of choices comes the potential to positively impact budgets, staffing, operational effectiveness, and business outcomes by reaching the right balance. In 2019, IT organizations will be tasked with achieving this balance — and with making the right decisions to update enterprise infrastructure, enable application development, reduce cost and complexity, and accelerate the entire organization's modernization initiatives. In other words, IT will be responsible for enabling digital transformation (DX).

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Accelerating Hybrid Journey

For forward-thinking IT leaders, a key step on the business’s transformation journey is moving workloads away from the premises data center to a private cloud managed by an expert data center services provider. As part of a hybrid strategy, a private cloud offers secure, dedicated hardware resources as a managed cloud service, hosted in a state of the art cloud center.

In this report, we will discuss the challenges of creating a hybrid environment, how to choose the best environment for your workloads, and the important role of private cloud in your hybrid strategy. We will also look at characteristics of “the right” private cloud to meet your needs, both today and in the future.

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2018: State Of Virtualization In The Cloud

Momentum of cloud adoption for virtual workloads continues to grow, but it’s not without challenges. While there are a variety of motivations driving this transition, one thing is clear: organizations are still figuring out what the best approaches are.

No matter where you are on your journey to the cloud, understanding the role the cloud plays with your virtual environment has become an integral part of your IT initiatives.

Download this report to learn about:

  • The challenges organizations face on their journey to the cloud
  • The motivations - and risk - associated with this trend
  • How organizations globally are approaching moving virtual workloads to the cloud

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Streamlining VM Backups With The Public Cloud

Managing Your VMware, VMC, Hyper-V, and Nutanix Backups With the Public Cloud

Managing the backup and restore of virtual machines in a distributed environment is typically a convoluted process. Leveraging a cloud-native platform for these data protection workloads enables organizations to reduce the demands on IT teams as well as their budgets.

Find out how Druva can help you harness these advantages:

  • Infrastructure that is hosted completely offsite
  • Fast response times in the case of failover for disaster recovery (DR)
  • Dynamic DR and global workload mobility
  • Centralized global coordination and monitoring
  • Radically lower total cost of ownership (TCO)

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Making The Business Case For VMware Cloud Backup

Managing the backup and restore of virtual machines is typically a complex operational process. Making the business case to move these workloads to the cloud is critical to reduce new hardware, software, and administrative burden.

Gain real-world Insights that will help you:

  • Understand the economics of legacy solutions vs cloud-based solutions.
  • Calculate the return on investment (ROI) for your project.
  • Remove virtual infrastructure backup complexity
  • Leverage enterprise cloud backup for disaster recovery
  • Reduce costs up to 60% with an all-in-one cloud-native backup solution

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The Eaton UPS and Power Management Fundamentals Handbook

From plug and receptacle charts and facts about power problems to an overview of various UPS topologies and factors affecting battery life, you’ll find a wealth of pertinent resources designed to help you develop the optimum solution. This handbook is your one-stop source for essential information ... whether you need power protection for small, medium or large data centers; health care facilities; or other environments in which ensuring uptime and safeguarding data are critical.

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Keep Your Employees Safe, 7 ways to prepare for workplace emergencies

Dangerous perpetrators continue to flood headlines as innocent human beings become victims. Yet, statistics can’t prepare managers or employees for what to do when their workplace becomes a target for any type of safety issue.

When management accepts that no one is guaranteed safety because emergency situations are always lurking, optimism is replaced with action that results in preparedness. Crisis management, communication and safety plans can mitigate loss, confusion, and save lives.

To ensure employee safety, here are 7 ways to prepare for building emergencies.

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6 Non Negotiables Your employee notification system must have

From severe weather alerts, to closings, to emergency notifications, to networking events and staffing updates, sending real-time news must be quick, easy and manageable. Otherwise, you may miss an opportunity to send critical and timely information to your employees, which could hold you responsible for damages and consequences – and end up costing you more money and time.

To remove the obstacles between what you know and what your employees need-to-know, your employee communication system must have these 6 non-negotiables.

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How To BenchMark And Improve Employee Communications

This might not have been the case ten years ago, but today, every company needs to have an internal communications department in place, regardless of its size, structure, or operating sector.

Analyzing the need for such a department while putting an emphasis on the importance of delivering effective employee communications, but also state the significance of implementing benchmarks for the measurement of the success of internal communications efforts is mandatory for all businesses. In comprehensively going through those aspects and the characteristics of employee communications, its main focus, major challenges, and how communications teams should operate, this white paper will present what those benchmarks are and how to set them in order to improve employee communications and achieve all company goals.

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