What Does End-to-End Security Mean for Your Business?

Mid-Market businesses need the same robust protections as large enterprises, without being able to call on the same level of resources. In addition to being effective, their defenses must never slow the business down, but instead become an engine for innovation that can help power their way forward to opportunity.

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The Case for End-To-End Security Solutions For Mid-Market Firms

In a digital business, processes are rarely, if ever, confined to the infrastructure of the company. Customers and employees engage across numerous digital channels and dozens of third-party relationships critical to operations. IT leaders must rapidly evolve to protect their firms’ brands, strengthen their reputations, and build customer trust. To do so, security and productivity should go hand-in-hand, and that means a well-defined policy framework, metrics that demonstrate business value, and a business-aligned strategy that ties all this together.

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The Balanced Security Imperative

Balanced security requires firms to transition from treating privacy and data security as compliance requirements to one that champions privacy and uses its technology prowess to differentiate the brand. Any misstep with or changes to the IT infrastructure can and will exacerbate complexity, which is why building a balanced security strategy is so important. A balanced security strategy negates complexity by keeping up with the pace of technological change as well as industry disruption and evolving regulatory compliance. In March 2019, Dell commissioned Forrester Consulting to evaluate the evolving security trends and technology needed to protect and enable employees. Our study found that empowering employees while adhering to security protocols improves employee productivity. Forrester conducted an online survey of 887 senior business and IT decision makers to explore this topic.

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Managing Security Risk and Compliance in a Challenging Landscape

Security leaders have been in front of boards and executive committees long enough to know that security metrics that simply portray statistics from monitoring tools, or count the number of malware attacks, add relatively little value to strategy and budget decisions. Protecting sensitive customer and company data shouldn’t be just a compliance obligation, it should be a business imperative. This is exactly why the right technology partners will help push security, risk, and compliance objectives forward. In March 2019, Dell commissioned Forrester Consulting to evaluate the evolving security trends and technology needed to protect and enable employees. Our study found that empowering employees while adhering to security protocols improves employee productivity. Forrester conducted an online survey of 887 senior business and IT decision makers to explore this topic.

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IT Security Can Support the Health of Your Business and Sharpen its Competitive Edge

Pervasive, stringent cybersecurity that also supports productivity goals is achievable. More than just an essential function, IT security can help companies differentiate themselves from their competition and boost their reputations. Mid-market businesses can benefit from Dell Technologies solutions that protect all of IT, including devices, data, and data centers, on-premises and in the cloud. Download this paper from Dell Technologies and Intel® to learn more.

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Hybrid CloudSecurity 101

No matter where you are in your hybrid cloud journey, security is a big concern. Hybrid cloud security vulnerabilities typically take the form of loss of resource oversight and control, including unsanctioned public cloud use, lack of visibility into resources, inadequate change control, poor configuration management, and ineffective access controls. This e-book discusses new approaches and considerations for protecting your business in the hybrid cloud.

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What to Consider When Protecting Healthcare Data

Data protection is critical in healthcare. Hospitals, clinics, urgent care centers, medical offices, insurance providers, billing services providers, and other organizations face a dual responsibility: first and foremost, they must safeguard the privacy, identity, security, and finances of their patients. No less important, they must also protect their own organization from costly breaches, regulatory fines, and damage to their business, reputation, and patient relationships.

Seeking to secure the sensitive data they hold and work with, healthcare organizations increasingly use encryption to protect data in transit. While effective as far as it goes, this approach can lead to a false sense of security—as organizations fail to realize that encryption can also be used to hide attacks. Rendered invisible to their own security devices, malware and viruses can then pass easily into the organization’s environment alongside other types of encrypted traffic.

Recognizing this problem, some organizations turn to decryption as a way to effectively inspect all the traffic leaving and entering their environment. In practice, though, decryption is typically implemented in a highly inefficient, ad hoc manner that quickly raises issues with cost, scalability, and performance. The organization faces a hard choice between security and efficiency.

In this ebook, we’ll talk about the security threats facing healthcare organizations, the issues with traditional approaches to encryption and decryption, and a better way to protect data privacy without impairing security.

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2020 Upskilling: Enterprise DevOps Skills Report

Successful digital transformation requires quality tools and secure systems, but it also needs the right culture. What human skills do business leaders find most valuable in operations? Which functional skills are growing in importance in development? What job titles are on the rise?

The Upskilling 2020 report explores the state of DevOps and human transformation, as well as the core skills required for successful DevOps adoption. This report reveals the emerging themes among IT professionals in the midst of digital transformation, including the difficulties of carrying out DevOps transformations and hiring the right humans. It also shares specific skills that are most needed among DevOps humans and examines the progress and importance of upskilling at the enterprise. The 2020 report offers insights from both a global and regional perspective.

The Upskilling 2020: Enterprise DevOps Skills Report answers these questions and more through research conducted by the DevOps Institute and sponsored by HCL Software DevOps. You can download your free copy of the report by filling out the form on this page.

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How DevOps leads the way to digital business transformation

Digital transformation has been occurring in organizations of all sizes for the past few years, yet the process isn’t moving fast enough to move the needle in many companies. How can DevOps help increase the velocity and impact of digital transformation? That's what DevOps.com's experts explore in this eBook.

Regardless of IT spending plans, nearly three-quarters of enterprise IT executives surveyed said they expect to either accelerate or maintain digital transformation initiatives and projects. The only way to accelerate the building and deployment of modern digital business applications is to embrace best DevOps practices. Organizations are quickly discovering that not only have the timetables for these projects been accelerated, but also digital business applications need to be updated continuously.

End users have come to expect applications to expose a regular cadence of new features and updates. They also expect those applications to be secure no matter what vulnerabilities have been discovered and when. The only way to live up to those expectations is to accelerate the rate and reliability of new features and functions added to an application.

Download the free eBook, "How DevOps leads the way to digital business transformation," to take a deep dive into this topic.

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Meet your all-in-one DevOps solution provider

HCL Software has combined the market-leading continuous delivery, value stream management, testing, modeling, and security tools to become your one-stop-shop for DevOps solutions and expert advice. It's now easier than ever to find the DevOps toolset that fits your organization's unique needs.

Join this webinar with DevOps leaders, Steve Boone and Brian Muskoff, to learn how your organization can benefit from HCL Software DevOps. See our solutions in action, and find out how we're addressing industry trends.

This webinar is great for software delivery managers, transformation leaders, and development professionals at any stage of their DevOps journey.

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Eliminate Friction in Design Collaboration

Traditional tools of the engineering trade don’t accommodate today’s need for cross-team collaboration. From using different mechanical computer-aided design (MCAD) applications to working on projects with stakeholders located all over the world, engineers have to overcome various obstacles to get the job done. Learn how technology can help streamline communications and collaboration, ultimately setting up your team for success.

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Cosine Additive

When he co-founded Cosine Additive Inc. to design a 3D printer that could be economically competitive with traditional manufacturing methods, CTO Andrew McCalip had one design platform in mind. “I’ve always preferred SOLIDWORKS because it’s the most modern package and supports an intuitive, common-sense approach to design,” he says. Learn more. Read the case study.

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