Closing the Cloud Security Readiness Gap:

Gaining Consistency Across Disparate Environments

The composition of cloud-native applications is a mix of APIs, containers, VMs, and serverless functions continuously integrated and delivered. Securing these applications, the underlying infrastructure, and the automation platforms that orchestrate their deployment, necessitates revisiting threat models, gaining organizational alignment, and leveraging purposeful controls. Additionally, as security and DevOps continue to converge, cloud security controls are being consolidated. Project teams are evolving from a siloed approach to a unified strategy to securing cloud-native applications and platforms.

In order to gain insight into these trends, Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) surveyed 383 IT and cybersecurity professionals at organizations in North America (US and Canada) personally responsible for evaluating or purchasing cloud security technology products and services.

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Closing the Cloud Security Readiness Gap:

Gaining Consistency Across Disparate Environments

The composition of cloud-native applications is a mix of APIs, containers, VMs, and serverless functions continuously integrated and delivered. Securing these applications, the underlying infrastructure, and the automation platforms that orchestrate their deployment, necessitates revisiting threat models, gaining organizational alignment, and leveraging purposeful controls. Additionally, as security and DevOps continue to converge, cloud security controls are being consolidated. Project teams are evolving from a siloed approach to a unified strategy to securing cloud-native applications and platforms.

In order to gain insight into these trends, Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) surveyed 383 IT and cybersecurity professionals at organizations in North America (US and Canada) personally responsible for evaluating or purchasing cloud security technology products and services.

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Closing the Cloud Security Readiness Gap:

Gaining Consistency Across Disparate Environments

The composition of cloud-native applications is a mix of APIs, containers, VMs, and serverless functions continuously integrated and delivered. Securing these applications, the underlying infrastructure, and the automation platforms that orchestrate their deployment, necessitates revisiting threat models, gaining organizational alignment, and leveraging purposeful controls. Additionally, as security and DevOps continue to converge, cloud security controls are being consolidated. Project teams are evolving from a siloed approach to a unified strategy to securing cloud-native applications and platforms.

In order to gain insight into these trends, Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) surveyed 383 IT and cybersecurity professionals at organizations in North America (US and Canada) personally responsible for evaluating or purchasing cloud security technology products and services.

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Closing the Cloud Security Readiness Gap:

Gaining Consistency Across Disparate Environments

The composition of cloud-native applications is a mix of APIs, containers, VMs, and serverless functions continuously integrated and delivered. Securing these applications, the underlying infrastructure, and the automation platforms that orchestrate their deployment, necessitates revisiting threat models, gaining organizational alignment, and leveraging purposeful controls. Additionally, as security and DevOps continue to converge, cloud security controls are being consolidated. Project teams are evolving from a siloed approach to a unified strategy to securing cloud-native applications and platforms.

In order to gain insight into these trends, Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) surveyed 383 IT and cybersecurity professionals at organizations in North America (US and Canada) personally responsible for evaluating or purchasing cloud security technology products and services.

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Prepare for Your Microsoft Annual True-Up (and EA Renewal) – 14 Cost Saving Tips

True-Up and Enterprise Agreement (EA) renegotiation can be a tense time. There is a lot of money at stake. Microsoft likely grasps the ins and outs of licensing far better than you do, yet neither side truly knows how many licenses are used, and whether these licenses are the right size.

There is good news, however. Significant cost savings come from identifying unassigned or inactive licenses and reducing these costs through carefully curated license management, license redeployment, re-harvesting, and the re-assignment of inactive licenses. If you do so, you will have far fewer or even no wasted licenses.

One large enterprise, – okay very large – identified $14 million in potential annual savings through the CoreView Microsoft 365 Health Check. That enterprise used CoreView’s deep license analytics to renegotiate its EA deal – much to company executives delight!

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Microsoft Office 365 License Optimization Report

To understand how enterprises are managing their Office 365 licenses, CoreView analyzed more than five million workers from enterprises that are actively using its SaaS Management Platform (SMP); have undergone a complimentary CoreView Office 365 Health Check analysis; or are using the free CoreDiscovery solution that discovers license optimization and savings opportunities, finds vulnerabilities, and helps IT teams understand what operators and end users are doing with Office 365.

Read on for a breakdown of the full report, including three core findings.

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Master O365 Governance, Enforce Security Policies, and Achieve Regulatory Compliance

Top IT pros understand the value of a well-oiled IT machine that is efficient, safe, abides by compliance regulations, and fully serves the strategic business needs of the organization through proper IT governance.

Now that Office 365 is running the productivity show, IT managers need to insure the Microsoft cloud suite helps meet all these goals – and that means supporting true IT governance, regulatory compliance, and that O365 and its end users comply with the organization’s security policies.

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Conversational Microsoft 365 Management

The pandemic forced enterprises to rely more heavily on cloud-based communication and collaboration solutions like Microsoft 365 (M365).

With such large volumes of users, and the increased complexity of ensuring security compliance, application adoption, and optimized license usage, IT and Security teams are turning to CoreView to help maximize their M365 environments.

In this book we'll explore:

  • The common challenges of managing M365
  • Managing costs associated with oversized, and unused licenses
  • The value of CoreView's comprehensive M365 Management Platform
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Cooking with Tidelift

When cooking for friends or family, many of us go out of the way to seek the freshest, tastiest ingredients possible. You may have favorite producers at the local farmers market, or brands from the grocery that you've come to know and trust. But when choosing the ingredients that make up our open source applications, we often bring in new libraries without any guarantees that they are safe and well maintained.

We wanted to distill the idea of managing open source down to something so simple, you could explain it to a child, so that’s why we wrote a children’s book about enterprise open source software management. Yes, we just used the phrases “children’s book” and “enterprise open source software” in the same sentence.

We call it Cooking with Tidelift, and it will show you how we can help you create catalogs of known-good, proactively maintained open source components to ensure your apps are as safe and healthy as they can be.

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Building Your Data Fabric with DataOps for Dummies

What is a data fabric and why should you be interested in it? If you have IT folks who are responsible for making all of your IT operate smoothly while meeting your business needs, you need a data fabric.

Download this whitepaper to learn how to design and build a data fabric architecture that works for you.

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451 Research: DataOps and the Evolution of Data Governance

Organizations are under pressure to maximize value from data, while also facing new regulatory and privacy restrictions. There is a need to align business objectives in order to accelerate data-driven outcomes, and attitudes toward data governance are evolving – ultimately viewing it as an enabler of business value.

Read this excerpt from 451 Research’s report “DataOps and the Evolution of Data Governance” to learn more about the latest trends.

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O’Reilly – Data Governance: The Definitive Guide

Through good data governance, you can inspire customer trust, enable your organization to identify business efficiencies, generate, more competitive offerings, and improve customer experience.

In this book, you will learn:

  • Data governance strategies addressing people, processes, and tools
  • Benefits and challenges of a cloud-based data governance approach
  • How data governance is conducted from ingest to preparation and use
  • And much more!
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How to Modernize Hadoop in Three Steps

Modernizing your Hadoop technology will help reduce the cost and size of existing data lakes, improve the customer experience by understanding existing data and identify which data should move to object storage versus the cloud.

Download this eBook to learn how to modernize Hadoop in three steps.

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In a World Without Third-party Cookies, a First-party Data Strategy Takes the Cake

By 2022, approximately 86% of browser traffic will no longer be supported by third-party cookies. For years, companies have used third-party cookies to track and understand buyer behavior online. Now, amidst privacy concerns and regulatory laws, marketers now face data deprecation and may face challenges ahead without a solution in place.

So what exactly is the industry moving towards?

The first step in combating third-party cookie loss is shifting to a first-party data strategy. Read our latest ebook, First-Party Data Takes the Cake, to learn how to use the data you obtain directly from customer relationships — instead of buying it from a third-party — to continue tracking and targeting customer behavior effectively, to provide the best customer experience (CX) possible, and to future proof your targeting strategies.

Read it today to:

  • Learn key differences between first, second, and third-party data
  • Understand the benefits of centering your CX strategy around first-party data
  • Prepare to get the right tech in place for 2022
  • Leverage 4 strategic steps in creating a first-party data strategy
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