10 Reasons Why You’re Missing Your SLAs

Disruptions caused due to digital issues result in you not meeting the terms of your SLAs (Service Level Agreements) which then result in downtime and service disruptions. On average, the cost of downtime is $9,000 per minute as per the latest MIM report. This can have a negative impact on your brand reputation as well.

Thus, meeting SLAs is a top Enterprise priority. We have compiled a list of factors that lead to you missing your SLAs, download this whitepaper to learn:

  • The solutions to the different factors causing you to miss your SLAs
  • How to establish a streamlined workflow
  • The value of automated escalations

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ZenKey: A Network-Based Identity Solution

Data breaches, identity theft and large-scale fraud are becoming more common. Users need to manage multiple passwords to access digital services securely. The digital economy requires radically new identity management solutions that eliminate passwords and provide seamless user-centric security and privacy controls with high-level of assurances. ZenKey is a joint-venture founded by AT&T, TMobile, and Verizon, that provides a highly secure network-based identity solution. ZenKey delivers a frictionless experience with unique fraud signals that only mobile carriers can provide.

ZenKey Identity Solution

The ZenKey identity solution provides a multi-factor authentication and authorization using mobile device and network attributes. It integrates the trusted security attributes of the Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) card with the OpenID Connect1 authentication protocols. An identity solution generally includes four key actors – (1) Users, (2) Identity Providers, (3) Relying Parties, and (4) a Governance Body as shown in the figure above. The Users are entities for which the identity solution provides authentication and authorization. The Identity Providers manage user attributes to validate, process, and assure digital transactions on behalf of Users. The Relying Parties accept user assurances from Identity Providers to allow service access.

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ZenKey: Cellular Network Enhances Security

How do you establish your Digital Identity

By some accounts, the pandemic accelerated the digital transformation by a factor of 3x in 2020 alone. In 2021, the ability to adapt to the predominance of the digital realm will make or break businesses across industry verticals. Fraudsters watch and wait while consumers struggle to manage hundreds of accounts integral to their daily lives.

The coin of this digital realm for service providers of any stripe and consumers alike is identity. Historically, the relationship has been one-way; a user authorized a provider to act on his/her/their behalf. The accelerating reliance on digital access to services, along with increasing legal and social obligations to protect PII (personal identifiable information), means everyone must rethink identity.

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ZenKey: A Network-Based Identity Solution

Data breaches, identity theft and large-scale fraud are becoming more common. Users need to manage multiple passwords to access digital services securely. The digital economy requires radically new identity management solutions that eliminate passwords and provide seamless user-centric security and privacy controls with high-level of assurances. ZenKey is a joint-venture founded by AT&T, TMobile, and Verizon, that provides a highly secure network-based identity solution. ZenKey delivers a frictionless experience with unique fraud signals that only mobile carriers can provide.

ZenKey Identity Solution

The ZenKey identity solution provides a multi-factor authentication and authorization using mobile device and network attributes. It integrates the trusted security attributes of the Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) card with the OpenID Connect1 authentication protocols. An identity solution generally includes four key actors – (1) Users, (2) Identity Providers, (3) Relying Parties, and (4) a Governance Body as shown in the figure above. The Users are entities for which the identity solution provides authentication and authorization. The Identity Providers manage user attributes to validate, process, and assure digital transactions on behalf of Users. The Relying Parties accept user assurances from Identity Providers to allow service access.

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ZenKey: Cellular Network Enhances Security

How do you establish your Digital Identity

By some accounts, the pandemic accelerated the digital transformation by a factor of 3x in 2020 alone. In 2021, the ability to adapt to the predominance of the digital realm will make or break businesses across industry verticals. Fraudsters watch and wait while consumers struggle to manage hundreds of accounts integral to their daily lives.

The coin of this digital realm for service providers of any stripe and consumers alike is identity. Historically, the relationship has been one-way; a user authorized a provider to act on his/her/their behalf. The accelerating reliance on digital access to services, along with increasing legal and social obligations to protect PII (personal identifiable information), means everyone must rethink identity.

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Software Patches: The Seatbelt of Cybersecurity

Similar to a seatbelt, keeping software updated through patch management is a crucial security feature. However, the complications of patching in the past have led many IT managers and business owners to opt out of patching altogether. In this white paper, we’ll cover:

  • Why many experts recognize patch management's importance yet still opt out
  • How modern patch management solutions address common patching issues

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Modernize Your Cybersecurity Now: 10 Reasons Why and 10 Ways To Take Action

Is your business or IT team doing all it can to secure devices? With users connecting from anywhere and network perimeters dissolving, this year has quickly turned in to one of the most transformational years for cybersecurity. Now is the time to ensure your security is modernized and ready to take on the latest attack methods.

This white paper will walk you through:

  • Why it's crucial to modernize your cybersecurity, especially in 2020
  • Tangible ways to implement security that will establish protection today and in the future

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Enterprise Automation With a DevOps Methodology

Practical steps and best practices for automation implementation

Applying modern automation to your enterprise application environment helps your business better serve your customers—so you can be successful in the digital economy. This high-level enterprise automation checklist can help you transition to a more automated, efficient environment.

  • Start small
  • Spread awareness
  • Automate your tools
  • Fail early, fail fast
  • Adopt agile methodologies
  • Refine your DevOps toolchain

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Container Adoption Journey

Facing a competitive landscape

As organizations shift to cloud-native development, they’re realizing the need to change their approach to software development.

They need a solution that combines microservices architectures, workflow and pipeline automation, open hybrid cloud platforms, and a team organization that focuses on better supporting customer needs and providing self-service capabilities.

Container platforms are a fast-growing category of enterprise software, offering powerful technology to accelerate the development and delivery of applications. While containers help developers package applications for consistent deployment, they also provide a framework and common language that links development and operations teams.

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Adopt Cloud-Native Development

Adapt to a digital, cloud-native world

Cloud-native application development can help you compete in a digital world. By adapting your technology, processes, and organization, you can rapidly innovate and deliver high-value offerings to your customers. Cloud-native development also aligns cloud technology with business needs and development processes to improve software production and delivery life cycles for both new and existing applications.

Open platforms, tools, and ways of working can help you derive even more value, speed, and agility from your applications and cloud platforms. Open source communities advance technology at a rapid pace and promote interoperability, allowing you to deploy modern tools and platforms that evolve with you over time. Open ways of working encourage inclusivity, collaboration, and transparency, allowing every staff member to contribute and bring new ideas forward.

You can also deliver more value to customers and gain many benefits for your organization.

IT-focused outcomes include:

  • Faster application updates
  • Rapid application deployment
  • Quicker fault recovery
  • Improved accuracy

Business-focused outcomes include:

  • Faster time to market for new features and services
  • Improved product and service quality
  • Lower operational and capital costs
  • Increased relevance and competitiveness

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A Guide to Choosing the Right AP Automation Tools

How much time does your accounting team spend entering invoice data and chasing approvals each month?

Manual accounting tasks are time-consuming and tedious, and they can lead to costly errors and fraudulent activity.

Automation tools can help tackle these challenges and allow your AP team to focus on more valuable tasks.

Download this free white paper to learn:

  • The different types of automation tools available
  • How implementing AP software can reduce invoice processing costs by up to 80%
  • Why you need a full 360° solution that manages POs, invoices, expenses and payments

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Solving Your Top AP Challenges in 2021

79% of accountants say manual processes are their biggest challenge. From data entry to chasing approvals, managing AP can be time-consuming and costly.

Download this white paper to learn:

  • Top challenges of managing POs, invoices, payments and expenses and how to solve them
  • Steps to mitigate risks such as duplicate payments
  • Solutions for managing AP from home
  • How to reduce the cost of invoice processing by more than 80%

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Decision Maker’s Guide to Enterprise Linux

Expert Analysis on Key Enterprise Linux Distributions

For better or worse, committing to an enterprise Linux distribution has a long-lasting and far-reaching impact on organizations. That means companies need to make the right decision the first time if they want to meet and exceed their business goals.

In our Decision Maker's Guide to Enterprise Linux, we break down 20 of the top paid and free enterprise Linux distributions and discuss the key points decision makers need to consider before they commit.

Understand the Enterprise Linux Landscape

When you download the Decision Maker's Guide to Enterprise Linux, you get instant access to timely and in-depth analysis on enterprise Linux distributions -- ranging from stalwarts like CentOS and RHEL, to emerging distributions like Rocky Linux. For each distribution, we provide an expert assessment of:

  • Build stability
  • Ecosystem maturity
  • Security update frequency
  • Suitability for cloud, CI/CD, and embedded systems
  • Viability for use at enterprise scale
  • And more

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