Back-Office Modernization Starts with IT: Digitizing Financial Services with Low-Code Platforms

Financial institutions today operate between three distinct worlds: the front-office, middle-office, and back-office. While each office is a vital part of the organization, the amount of investments for each could not be more unbalanced. Unfortunately, the middle- and back-office fall lower and lower on the priority list, leaving the IT team struggling with limited resources, staff, and budget.

This white paper with TrackVia explains why true modernization starts with taking a hard look at banking processes and procedures, and finding new technology solutions to help IT transform the back-office quickly and affordably.

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Deliver a Winning Lending Experience

In a world where consumer expectations are set by digital natives like Amazon, Zillow, and Paypal, financial institutions must evolve to survive.

Lower prices, margin compression, and changing consumer behaviors continue to challenge the mortgage industry as it faces its own unique challenges on the journey to digitization.

Yet, with a measured approach to automating middle- and back-office processes, lenders can: improve the customer experience, increase asset quality while mitigating risk, simplify regulatory compliance, increase efficiency, and contain costs.

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Zero Downtime: How to use real-time data to attain the ‘Holy Grail’ of manufacturing

Imagine for a second the power that harnessing real-time data holds in manufacturing environments...

Modern, mobile technology provides manufacturers the ability to streamline critical tasks and avoid costly production downtime or quality issues like never before. They not only make data collection faster and easier, but also making the results of these efforts meaningful, measurable, and actionable.

This white paper from TrackVia emphasizes that if manufacturers want to eliminate downtime, leveraging data to drive decisions is an increasingly critical practice.

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10 Ways Manual Processes Are Costing Manufacturers

If you could run your business more efficiently through data automation, why wouldn’t you?

Manufacturing is one of the industries with the highest potential to automate. However, most manufacturers rely on manual processes, spreadsheets, or paper. This means that, if a machine breaks down and requires a new part, workers will have to switch between phone calls, spreadsheets, emails, and face-to-face conversations. The necessary data will go through a game of “telephone” before finally the part is effectively fixed.

This white paper by TrackVia illustrates why sticking with clunky, outdated systems is costing manufacturers money and business in the long run, and how a streamlined digital information system is the key to harnessing visibility, automation, and the power of business data.

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Next-Gen Privileged Access Management Solutions

Before there were privileged access management (PAM) solutions, it seemed that everyone was given access to privileged accounts with little regard for who had access, when they had access and what they did with that access. As security breaches started to rise and compliance regulations were written, it was obvious that manual processes and home-grown approaches to privileged access management solutions weren’t enough.

Why make the investment to next-gen PAM? After we briefly cover the history of first-gen and next-gen PAM solutions, we will give you five reasons to consider purchasing next-gen PAM solutions:

•   Reason 1: Easy to deploy
•   Reason 2: Transparent and frictionless
•   Reason 3: Operations- and automation-ready
•   Reason 4: Scale and transform with your business
•   Reason 5: An identity-centered approach to PAM.

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Moving legacy applications to containers

Legacy applications are not typically considered for public cloud deployments because of security, regulatory, data locality, or performance concerns. Containers make many of the services offered by public cloud providers possible and help increase automation. Migrating legacy applications to containers removes barriers to modernization. Red Hat® OpenShift® helps organizations complete this migration, letting them respond better to changing business demands. Read this brief to learn more.

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A hybrid and multicloud strategy for system administrators

Delivering a consistent, secure, and easy-to-use environment across both the datacenter and the cloud can be daunting for system administrators. But Red Hat’s hybrid cloud platform offers a consistent user experience for system administrators, including a common set of infrastructure and platforms, scalable automation with a visual dashboard, and fully managed service options that allow a focus on agile app development rather than infrastructure management. Read this brief to learn more.

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A Galaxy of IT Insights

At Eaton, we've always strived to get to know IT pros and their needs by listening to them directly. Recently we launched My IT Galaxy, a questionnaire-slash-infographic creator, where nearly 900 IT pros told us about their day-to-day realities, infrastructure, and stance on pizza toppings.

Our survey included a spectrum of environments, organizations and industries, including education, healthcare, finance, and retail. And so, a whole galaxy of IT insights was born. Here are some of the results.

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A Galaxy of IT Insights

At Eaton, we've always strived to get to know IT pros and their needs by listening to them directly. Recently we launched My IT Galaxy, a questionnaire-slash-infographic creator, where nearly 900 IT pros told us about their day-to-day realities, infrastructure, and stance on pizza toppings.

Our survey included a spectrum of environments, organizations and industries, including education, healthcare, finance, and retail. And so, a whole galaxy of IT insights was born. Here are some of the results.

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Infographic: Accelerating Automation: How Businesses are Adapting to a Post COVID-19 World

The majority of business leaders say they have made business process automation a top priority in recent years. But now, 80% of business leaders say they face new challenges as a direct result of COVID-19. Organizations overwhelmingly agree that business process automation is crucial in a post-COVID world—but it won’t be easy. Businesses will have to invest in technologies that scale with the business, standardize strategies for continual process improvement, allow citizen developers to drive automation efforts, and most importantly, embrace change. Download this infographic to learn more about how K2, a leader in intelligent process automation, can help.

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Next-Gen Privileged Access Management Solutions

Before there were privileged access management (PAM) solutions, it seemed that everyone was given access to privileged accounts with little regard for who had access, when they had access and what they did with that access. As security breaches started to rise and compliance regulations were written, it was obvious that manual processes and home-grown approaches to privileged access management solutions weren’t enough.

Why make the investment to next-gen PAM? After we briefly cover the history of first-gen and next-gen PAM solutions, we will give you five reasons to consider purchasing next-gen PAM solutions:

•   Reason 1: Easy to deploy
•   Reason 2: Transparent and frictionless
•   Reason 3: Operations- and automation-ready
•   Reason 4: Scale and transform with your business
•   Reason 5: An identity-centered approach to PAM.

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Webcast TLS and the Zero Trust Paradigm

The Zero Trust model, based on the simple principle of “trust nobody”, defines rules which enhance the security of networks against attacks, whether they are initiated from the outside or within. However, with rise of encryption of Internet traffic, it is becoming increasingly difficult to implement the Zero Trust model in an effective way. 

This On Demand webinar discusses:

  • The Zero Trust model.
  • The role visibility plays in the implementation of Zero Trust .
  • How TLS decryption is essential for a fool proof Zero Trust strategy.

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Moving legacy applications to containers

Legacy applications are not typically considered for public cloud deployments because of security, regulatory, data locality, or performance concerns. Containers make many of the services offered by public cloud providers possible and help increase automation. Migrating legacy applications to containers removes barriers to modernization. Red Hat® OpenShift® helps organizations complete this migration, letting them respond better to changing business demands. Read this brief to learn more.

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A hybrid and multicloud strategy for system administrators

Delivering a consistent, secure, and easy-to-use environment across both the datacenter and the cloud can be daunting for system administrators. But Red Hat’s hybrid cloud platform offers a consistent user experience for system administrators, including a common set of infrastructure and platforms, scalable automation with a visual dashboard, and fully managed service options that allow a focus on agile app development rather than infrastructure management. Read this brief to learn more.

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eBook: Rescue Resolve Evolve

Millions of workers are walking around with their office, computer, filing cabinet, phone, email, working documents, and more right in the palm of their hands.

Many no longer even have a physical office to go to. They’re on the road, work remotely, and connect virtually with employers, clients, and partners who may be in a different city or country altogether.

What enabled this new work reality? Technology. For ever-growing numbers of people, whether they’re IT professionals, marketers, operations folks, salespeople, or others, tech is elemental.

And when a tech problem crops up, work comes to a stop. It’s a point of friction every worker, IT department, and enterprise has experienced—and one that nobody needs. So how does IT resolve issues quickly while evolving the business’s capacity to succeed?

This insightful guide walks you through the five foundational elements of frictionless support.

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