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How The Top 21% Of PAM-Mature Enterprises Are Thwarting Privileged Credential Breaches
"Energy, Technology & Finance are the most mature industries adopting Privileged Access Management (PAM), outscoring peer industries by a wide margin. Government, Education, and Manufacturing are the industries most lagging in their adoption of Zero Trust Privilege (ZTP), making them the most vulnerable to breaches caused by privileged credential abuse. Education and Manufacturing are the most vulnerable industries of all, where it’s common for multiple manufacturing sites to use shared accounts for controlling privileged access. The study found shared accounts for controlling privileged access is commonplace, with 52% of all organizations reporting this occurring often. Presented below are the relative levels of Zero Trust Privilege Maturity by demographics, with the largest organizations having the most mature approaches to ZTP, which is expected given the size and scale of their IT and cybersecurity departments."
business  featured  posts  technology  software  trends  &  concepts  centrify  2019  zero  trust  privilege  maturity  model  report  louis  columbus'  blog  pam  privileged  access  credential  abuse  credentials  management 
4 weeks ago by jonerp
Event Report: FinancialForce.com Doubles Down On Customer-Centric ERP #FFCommLive19
"Accounting and finance continue march towards feature parity with legacy ERP vendors. Key enhancements in the past year included allocations on a proportional basis, collections Workspace V1, configurable e-mail reminders, financial reporting and analytics. New capabilities will include e-Payment integration, more workspaces, prepaid expense, bank recon enhancements, Auto-FX rate and rate type, improved reporting powered by Einstein, and as of date aging powered by Einstein."
@rwang0  2013  2019  accounting  ai  apps  strategy  artificial  intelligence  business  transformation  cdo  ceo  chief  data  officer  digital 
8 weeks ago by jonerp
Big Idea: Extreme Capitalism And The Dawn Of Digital Duopolies
"How could this happen despite the rhetoric and dire warnings? At precisely the wrong time, when they should have stepped up to invest to defend against this threat, most leaders pulled back to harvest. Even worse, most organization’s shareholders bet against them by stripping away their ability to invest and innovate for the long run with stock buy backs, share dividends, and a plethora of mergers and acquisitions."
@rwang0  2019  alliances  apps  strategy  artificial  intelligence  big  ideas  business  transformation  ceo  chief  customer  officer  data  digital  executive 
10 weeks ago by jonerp
Why does G Suite keep kicking into Microsoft’s goal post? #googlenext19
"The tragedy in all of this is that Google does have the best capabilities, the best real-time interplay and the absolute best NLP in the market. All sitting atop GCP which remains the best-kept secret on Planet Enterprise. Thanks in part to GCP and in part to the genius of Kahuna co-founder and CTO Jacob Taylor and his team, at Kahuna we on-boarded 80 million consumers in a single day, with zero dev ops support.

And yet, Google misses the forest for the trees by deploying these maddingly sophisticated resources only towards improving the “how”, vs re-imagining the “what”."
featured  posts  technology  software  collaborative  organizations  digital  transformation  enterprise  and  social  sofware  google  next  2019  goognext19 
april 2019 by jonerp
Why does G Suite keep kicking into Microsoft’s goal post? #GoogleCloudNext19
"The tragedy in all of this is that Google does have the best capabilities, the best real-time interplay and the absolute best NLP in the market. All sitting atop GCP which remains the best-kept secret on Planet Enterprise. Thanks in part to GCP and in part to the genius of Kahuna co-founder and CTO Jacob Taylor and his team, at Kahuna we on-boarded 80 million consumers in a single day, with zero dev ops support.

And yet, Google misses the forest for the trees by deploying these maddingly sophisticated resources only towards improving the “how”, vs re-imagining the “what”."
collaborative  organizations  digital  transformation  enterprise  and  social  sofware  google  next  2019  goognext19 
april 2019 by jonerp
The State Of Cloud Business Intelligence, 2019
"An all-time high 48% of organizations say cloud BI is either “critical” or “very important” to their operations in 2019. Organizations have more confidence in cloud BI than ever before, according to the study’s results. 2019 is seeing a sharp upturn in cloud BI’s importance, driven by the trust and credibility organizations have for accessing, analyzing and storing sensitive company data on cloud platforms running BI applications."
business  featured  posts  technology  software  trends  &  concepts  amazon  web  services  analytics  aws  intelligence  cloud  bi  analysis  forecast  for  2019  computing  louis  columbus 
april 2019 by jonerp
The Best Cloud Computing Companies And CEOs To Work For In 2019 Based On Glassdoor
"Indexing the most interesting and fastest growing cloud computing companies by their Glassdoor scores and reputations is a great way to begin defining a long-term career growth strategy. One factor not quantified is how well of a fit an applicant is to company culture. Take every opportunity for in-person interviews, read Glassdoor ratings often and observe as much as possible about daily life in companies of interest to see if they are a good fit for your skills and strengths."
business  featured  posts  technology  software  trends  &  concepts  cloud  computing  jobs  cloudian  computer  reseller  news’  100  coolest  vendors  of  2019  fivetran  glassdoor  kony 
march 2019 by jonerp
Event Report: Apple Formally Launches Services Strategy #AppleEvent
"In Apple’s case, the have to put content, network, and technology together. Today, they have a dominance in devices (technology) and a distribution network (retail and app store). Apple’s services initiative bring the missing content piece to drive the percentage of revenue from 15% to 20% by the end of 2020. Should Apple activate its 10% of its 50M subscriber base to add $20 to $30 per month in services, they could catch up with Spotify (96M) and Netflix (140M) in three to five years time. While hardware will always remain important, it’s hardware plus services that will serve as the foundation of these digital experiences. Apple and Tim Cook must bring the right talent in to orchestrate one of the biggest transformations at one of the world’s most valuable companies."
@rwang0  2019  ai  alliances  amazon  apple  pay  applearcade  applecard  applenews+  appletv+  apps  strategy 
march 2019 by jonerp
Top 25 IoT Startups To Watch In 2019
"The most successful IoT startups selling into enterprises excel at orchestrating analytics, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and real-time monitoring to deliver exceptional customer experiences. As a group, these top 25 IoT startups are showing early potential at enabling profitable new business models, revitalizing industries that have experienced single single-digit growth recently. Each of these startups is taking a unique approach to solving some of the enterprises’ most challenging problems, and in so doing creating valuable new patents that further fuel IoT adoption and growth."
business  featured  posts  technology  software  trends  &  concepts  internet  of  things  startups  louis  columbus'  blog  top  25  iot  2019 
february 2019 by jonerp
Event Report: #WEF19 #Davos2019 Globalization 4.0 Under Fire As Global Leaders Fail The Populace
"While noble in intent, the forum drives deep discussion among its members. The research into political, societal, economic, and technology issues have raised public awareness. Despite the number of world leaders, business executives, non-profit pioneers, and other change agents, few major initiatives move from concept to commercialization and impact the general populace. Hence, many skeptics continue to criticize the WEF efforts."
@rwang0  2019  alliances  apps  strategy  artificial  intelligence  business  transformation  ceo  chief  customer  officer  data  digital  executive  financial 
january 2019 by jonerp
Kellblog Predictions for 2019
"6. Ethics make a comeback, for two reasons. The first will be as a backlash to the blatant corruption of the current administration. To wit: the House recently passed a measure requiring annual ethics training for its members. The second will have to do with AI and automation. The Trolley Problem, once a theoretical exercise in ethics, is now all too real with self-driving cars. Consider this data, based on MIT research in this article which shows preferences for sparing various characters in the event of a crash."
enterprise  software  predictions  uncategorized  2019  kellblog  startups  technology  vc 
january 2019 by jonerp
Welcome 2019
"Trend 5. Digital Manufacturing Success. In the next two years, companies will make the most progress in the area of digital manufacturing. The combination of technologies for track and trace (an example is ThinkIQ), 3D printing, robotics, and wearables improves flexibility in operations. Company digital initiatives will have the most success in production operations."
global  supply  chains  market-driven  network  of  networks  new  technologies  uncategorized  2019  demand  driven  market  years  predictions  chain  excellence 
january 2019 by jonerp
Monday’s Musings: What’s Up With Big Tech Stocks? The Insider View For 2019
"Algo’s have been reset so the markets are operating on different rules and that model will be reset again soon. Why Big Tech? They play in a winner takes all market. Apple and Google provide 99% of all the consumer software in the US. Facebook, Google, and Amazon drive almost 63% of all advertising dollars
Tech is still strong with 20 to 40% growth. Investors will find it hard to find other asset allocation classes this good and this dominant."
business  featured  posts  technology  software  $appl  $goog  $nflx  $tsla  018  2018  2019  adbe 
december 2018 by jonerp

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