New research reveals how enterprises currently use software to inform and automate operational decisions - and how they plan to handle the ever-increasing amount of decisions to be managed in the future to keep pace with customer demands. This paper also features key recommendations from Forrester.
Zero in on the best ERP systems for your company. Get an in-depth comparison of the costs and implementation models for the top ERP systems. This practical guide helps buyers compare the cost factors and product limitations of the most popular ERP systems.
Join leading IT analyst firm Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) and Digitate for a webinar that will leverage highlights from EMA research and discuss the impact of machine learning on managing workload automation.
It's not enough to focus on network security prevention and detection. Organizations must improve their ability to identify and address a security breach. This paper identifies three ways to reduce the impact of a network breach, the data and tools needed and what data will stand up in court.
Get a jump start on the year ahead in cybercrime. Join security expert and CEO at KnowBe4, Stu Sjouwerman, for this 30-minute webinar "Phishing and Social Engineering in 2018: Is the Worst Yet to Come?". Stu will discuss some of the latest trends in cybercrime and give you an insider's perspective on what to expect for 2018 and how to prepare for it.
The bad guys are just one gullible user click away from staging an all-out invasion. Watch this 2-minute video and learn how you can keep your users on their toes with security top of mind.
Phishing and malware threats are skyrocketing. To combat these attacks, read this new Osterman Research white paper that gives you a list of high-priority actionable items, all related to IT security.
Phishing and ransomware are serious problems that can steal data or disable access to your organization's network. Both ransomware and phishing are increasingly common and are having devastating impacts on businesses of all sizes. The FBI estimates that ransomware alone cost organizations $209 million in just the first three months of 2016!
It's estimated that in 2016, the cost of ransomware was over $1 Billion, making it the most lucrative criminal business model in the history of malware. In this report we examined who is at risk, what the scope and cost of an attack is, how organizations are protecting themselves from ransomware, and the effectiveness of their endpoint protection. Find out what is really the best way to combat the threat of ransomware.