DZone AppSec Trend Micro Report

To meet new market opportunities, as well as competitive and regulatory requirements, the software development life cycle has gone through several changes. DevOps methodologies are being adopted to develop and deploy applications at a faster, more sustainable rate. Read this paper to see why we predict:

  • The role of application developers in the fight against vulnerabilities will continue to gain visibility.
  • Source code analysis is growing as an AppSec testing technique.
  • Regulatory requirements will be the main factor shaping AppSec policy over the next 12 months.

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DZone AppSec Trend Micro Report

To meet new market opportunities, as well as competitive and regulatory requirements, the software development life cycle has gone through several changes. DevOps methodologies are being adopted to develop and deploy applications at a faster, more sustainable rate. Read this paper to see why we predict:

  • The role of application developers in the fight against vulnerabilities will continue to gain visibility.
  • Source code analysis is growing as an AppSec testing technique.
  • Regulatory requirements will be the main factor shaping AppSec policy over the next 12 months.

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The Business Value of Red Hat Solutions and Cost Relationship to Unpaid Alternatives – IDC Report

This IDC Study takes a look at such a comparison of several Red Hat products including Red Hat Enterprise Linux (including Red Hat Satellite and Red Hat Insights); Red Hat OpenStack, Red Hat OpenShift, and Red Hat Ansible, with community-based alternatives. The cost of deploying, managing and life-cycling these products, both individually and collectively, was considered in comparison to community-based alternatives. In addition, the impact of user productivity — the impact of time to deploy, cost of outages, and related metrics — was considered for these two sets of technologies.

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The Forrester Wave™: Software Composition Analysis, Q2 2019

In Forrester’s 33-criterion evaluation of software composition analysis providers, Forrester identified the 10 most significant ones — WhiteSource, Flexera, FOSSA, GitLab, JFrog,Snyk, Sonatype, Synopsys, Veracode and WhiteHat Security— and researched, analyzed,and scored them. This report shows how each provider measures up and helps security professionals select the right one for their needs.

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Securing Cellular Enterprise IoT Solutions

In the first steps on the road to digital transformation of the enterprise, a billion cellular IoT devices have already been connected worldwide. Yet this transformation is just getting going – billions more will follow and growth rates will remain high. This rapid growth of connected devices is not all plain sailing – it brings with it new challenges and new risks, particularly those associated with online security. In the midst of this, Aeris is bringing to market new solutions designed to assist IoT device manufacturers and solution providers address these security issues. These are outlined later in this report.

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The State of IT Resilience

9 out of 10 companies that participated in the IDC study think having both Disaster Recovery and Backup is redundant. Do you agree? Read the report and benchmark against your peers.

An independent study by analyst firm, IDC, confirms the importance of IT resilience within hundreds of global organizations. The survey report spotlights the level of IT resilience within these companies and where there are gaps. Their findings may surprise you.

  • 93% surveyed find redundancy in having both disaster recovery and backup as separate solutions.
  • 9 out of 10 already do or will use the Cloud for data protection within the next 12 months.
  • Nearly 50% of respondents have suffered impacts from cyber threats, including unrecoverable data, within the last 3 years.
  • Use the report findings to benchmark your data protection and recovery strategies against your peers.

Learn how resilient IT is the foundation to not only protect, but to effectively grow your business.

Download the IDC report to benchmark your data protection and recovery strategies against those of your peers.

Learn how Resilient IT is the stepping stone for business growth and transformation.

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AppSec Trend Report

To meet new market opportunities, as well as competitive and regulatory requirements, the software development life cycle has gone through several changes. DevOps methodologies are being adopted to develop and deploy applications at a faster, more sustainable rate. Read this paper to see why we predict:

  • The role of application developers in the fight against vulnerabilities will continue to gain visibility.
  • Source code analysis is growing as an AppSec testing technique.
  • Regulatory requirements will be the main factor shaping AppSec policy over the next 12 months.

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Why Your CMS is Driving Away Top Talent

Legacy technology costs more than you think

Turnover among top talent is an expensive problem, costing an estimated 33% of an employee’s annual salary, according to Work Institute. Devskiller calculated that losing a developer can cost $33,000 - $60,000 or more in lost productivity, including time spent by managers on hiring.

In this report, we explore how CMSes impact retention and hiring for the most in-demand roles with a deeper dive into how legacy systems contribute to frustration and high turnover. This information will help elevate the conversation around your CMS by demonstrating that selecting the way you manage content is more than a tactical decision. It's a strategic business driver that impacts your whole organization's ability to retain top talent and foster future digital leaders.

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Breaking the Content Bottleneck

Why some digital teams deliver faster than the competition

Companies are expanding content teams and adding freelancers to keep up with the demand for more content across digitalproducts. So why does content delivery still occur at a snail's place? Content bottlenecks occur when legacy systems and processes fail to keep up with what digital teams need to deliver. As companies embrace more agile development approaches and organize teams to deliver new digital products faster, monolithic systems are holding them back.

In this paper we'll look at four areas where content bottlenecks are slowing down digital teams, and strategies to "break the bottleneck"- helping you improve efficiency, avoid delays and ship faster.

Download the report to learn more.

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Why Your CMS is Driving Away Top Talent

Legacy technology costs more than you think

Turnover among top talent is an expensive problem, costing an estimated 33% of an employee’s annual salary, according to Work Institute. Devskiller calculated that losing a developer can cost $33,000 - $60,000 or more in lost productivity, including time spent by managers on hiring.

In this report, we explore how CMSes impact retention and hiring for the most in-demand roles with a deeper dive into how legacy systems contribute to frustration and high turnover. This information will help elevate the conversation around your CMS by demonstrating that selecting the way you manage content is more than a tactical decision. It's a strategic business driver that impacts your whole organization's ability to retain top talent and foster future digital leaders.

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Breaking the Content Bottleneck

Why some digital teams deliver faster than the competition

Companies are expanding content teams and adding freelancers to keep up with the demand for more content across digitalproducts. So why does content delivery still occur at a snail's place? Content bottlenecks occur when legacy systems and processes fail to keep up with what digital teams need to deliver. As companies embrace more agile development approaches and organize teams to deliver new digital products faster, monolithic systems are holding them back.

In this paper we'll look at four areas where content bottlenecks are slowing down digital teams, and strategies to "break the bottleneck"- helping you improve efficiency, avoid delays and ship faster.

Download the report to learn more.

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Why Your CMS is Driving Away Top Talent

Legacy technology costs more than you think

Turnover among top talent is an expensive problem, costing an estimated 33% of an employee’s annual salary, according to Work Institute. Devskiller calculated that losing a developer can cost $33,000 - $60,000 or more in lost productivity, including time spent by managers on hiring.

In this report, we explore how CMSes impact retention and hiring for the most in-demand roles with a deeper dive into how legacy systems contribute to frustration and high turnover. This information will help elevate the conversation around your CMS by demonstrating that selecting the way you manage content is more than a tactical decision. It's a strategic business driver that impacts your whole organization's ability to retain top talent and foster future digital leaders.

View Now

Breaking the Content Bottleneck

Why some digital teams deliver faster than the competition

Companies are expanding content teams and adding freelancers to keep up with the demand for more content across digitalproducts. So why does content delivery still occur at a snail's place? Content bottlenecks occur when legacy systems and processes fail to keep up with what digital teams need to deliver. As companies embrace more agile development approaches and organize teams to deliver new digital products faster, monolithic systems are holding them back.

In this paper we'll look at four areas where content bottlenecks are slowing down digital teams, and strategies to "break the bottleneck"- helping you improve efficiency, avoid delays and ship faster.

Download the report to learn more.

View Now

Why Your CMS is Driving Away Top Talent

Legacy technology costs more than you think

Turnover among top talent is an expensive problem, costing an estimated 33% of an employee’s annual salary, according to Work Institute. Devskiller calculated that losing a developer can cost $33,000 - $60,000 or more in lost productivity, including time spent by managers on hiring.

In this report, we explore how CMSes impact retention and hiring for the most in-demand roles with a deeper dive into how legacy systems contribute to frustration and high turnover. This information will help elevate the conversation around your CMS by demonstrating that selecting the way you manage content is more than a tactical decision. It's a strategic business driver that impacts your whole organization's ability to retain top talent and foster future digital leaders.

View Now

Breaking the Content Bottleneck

Why some digital teams deliver faster than the competition

Companies are expanding content teams and adding freelancers to keep up with the demand for more content across digitalproducts. So why does content delivery still occur at a snail's place? Content bottlenecks occur when legacy systems and processes fail to keep up with what digital teams need to deliver. As companies embrace more agile development approaches and organize teams to deliver new digital products faster, monolithic systems are holding them back.

In this paper we'll look at four areas where content bottlenecks are slowing down digital teams, and strategies to "break the bottleneck"- helping you improve efficiency, avoid delays and ship faster.

Download the report to learn more.

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