PureStorage: The all-flash enterprise storage company


When compared to traditional disk-centric arrays, Pure Storage all-flash enterprise arrays are significantly faster and more efficient at a price point that is less than performance disk per gigabyte stored. Company Infrastructure Companies purestorage

Troux Technologies: Providing Insights From Enterprise Intelligence


Troux Technologies provides enterprise intelligence and planning solutions into some of the world''s most widely respected organizations.

Darktrace: Enterprise Immune System technology


Darktrace is one of the world’s fastest-growing cyber defense companies and the leader in Enterprise Immune System technology, a new category of cyber solutions based on pioneering Bayesian mathematics developed at the University of Cambridge.

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Why Data Now Makes Every Company a Tech Company

Perficient - Digital Transformation

In fact, many of the case studies I see are focused on how tech companies have become even smarter and data-driven. However, we need to remember that even the most traditional, analog companies can reap massive benefits from digital transformation. Every company is now a tech company.

Asana: Enterprise grade project management


The post Asana: Enterprise grade project management appeared first on CTOvision.com. Analysis Analytical Tool Companies CompanyAsana is an efficient way to keep tasks organized when working as a team. They seek to enhance teamwork without email.

Apple: Increasingly an enterprise IT company


For those of us who have worked with them through the decades we have seen a slow shift that started with a clear anti-establishment, rebel, pirate-ship attitude towards enterprise business. In the old days the only folks in the enterprise who could use an Apple were doing graphics. And models of application delivery like the App Store are transforming how apps are delivered for enterprises. We will be seeing more and more Apple in the enterprise. Bob Gourley.

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Enterprise Architects Populate Digital Business Platforms


Enterprise architecture (EA) and technology innovation leaders have the important job of advising CIOs and business leaders about digital business strategy, innovation and enterprise change. By 2021, 40% of organizations will use enterprise architects to help ideate new business innovations made possible by emerging technologies. What technology trends should be on an enterprise architect’s radar?

Airware: Powering Drones For The Enterprise


We have watched Airware with enthusiasm and excitement for years now, and are so happy to see the enterprise grade capabilities they are enabling in drones. The post Airware: Powering Drones For The Enterprise appeared first on CTOvision.com.

Bracket Computing: Enterprise grade cloud management


Bracket Computing created the world’s first Cloud Virtualization System with the development of its Computing Cell in 2011, with the ultimate goal of delivering enterprise computing that is driven by business needs, not hardware limitations. Company Infrastructure Companies

Does your company have an AI ethics dilemma?


Read Alexa Hagerty and Igor Rubinov take a look at the ethical dilemma’s companies face while deploying artificial intelligence on Information Age : While added agility, capacity, and capabilities are welcome additions to any enterprise, blind adoption of AI technologies can come with unintended and unforeseen consequences.

Reimagining the Way Life Sciences Companies Do Business

Perficient - Digital Transformation

Companies are trying to stay relevant and current by adopting specific new technologies to claim their move towards digital transformation. A key to survival for life sciences companies is to overcome the barriers and challenges to innovation and change.

Anatomy of an enterprise-scale AI strategy


Read Maria Korolov takes a look at how organizations can develop a holistic AI strategy honed for business results on CIO : When it comes to AI, companies typically test the waters proof of concepts or small-scale use cases, taking advantage of vendor offerings, such as new features in their existing SaaS platforms.

BYOD and its Impact on Enterprise Content Delivery


Over the last two decades, the way enterprises consume content has changed drastically. Enterprise training is slowly coming out of the traditional classroom model into being a web-based and a mobile-driven training model, where employees can now be trained on any device at any time.

DataBricks: SaaS data platform known for enterprise grade Spark


Databricks provides an enterprise-ready SaaS data platform. The post DataBricks: SaaS data platform known for enterprise grade Spark appeared first on CTOvision.com. Big Data Company Infrastructure Companies devops spark

Solarflare: Revolutionizing the way enterprises scale, manage and secure data centers


They are a top player in infrastructure including the critically important Data Center so we track them in our Leading Infrastructure Companies category. CTO Cyber Security Infrastructure Companies News Security Companies SolarflareResearch Team.

IDC: For 1 in 4 companies, half of all AI projects fail


Despite enterprises’ best efforts, painless AI deployments appear destined to remain elusive for all but the most dogged adopters. A recent study conducted by analysts at International Data Corporation (IDC) found that of the organizations already using AI, only 25% have developed an “enterprise-wide” AI strategy, and it found that among those in the process […].

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Fugue: Autonomous Cloud Security and Compliance


Fugue automates enterprise cloud security and compliance enforcement to prevent data breaches, policy violations, and system downtime. Fugue ensures cloud infrastructure stays in continuous compliance with enterprise security policies.

How enterprise companies can raise internal cyber-risk awareness

Tech Republic Security

Cisco's Senior Director of Security and Trust explains the high stakes of enterprise security, the next wave of corporate cyber-attacks, and best practices for raising risk awareness

Choosing ERP for the smallest companies

IT Toolbox

When Stratus Ventures Group went looking for an ERP system to run three of its portfolio start-up companies, it set off on the chase with one central requirement – and several conditions: While the software had to be cloud-based, it could not be a product sourced from either Oracle or SAP. It only seemed logical to go with the biggest names in enterprise

Anomali: Rapid identification of threats to your enterprise


Cyber Threat Intelligence Security Companies AnomaliAnomali identifies real threats in your network, at any scale, in seconds. Threat Intelligence has become a common resource for commercial and government organizations to use as part of their cybersecurity posture.

Arimo: Predictive Behavioral Intelligence with the Enterprise Brain


Business and data-science users across the enterprise can collaborate and drive high-quality decisions, via Arimo’s market-leading unified interface. Business Intelligence Companies Apache Hadoop Big Data Cloudera Data mart MapR MapReduce NoSQLResearch Team.

How to get your company to handle the cloud truth

David Linthicum

In their latest release, The Cloud Adoption Playbook, they say what many of us already knew: Many companies adopt cloud computing to support innovation and rapid change. However, those companies may not understand the fundamental cultural changes needed to make this adoption work long-term. [ IDG Research: The state of the cloud: How enterprise adoption is taking shape. As a technologist, I can get the cloud technology to work. Always.

Apigee: Enterprise grade platform for data sharing and innovation


Company Infrastructure Companies API apigee EBay In-Q-TelResearch Team. In 2013 In-Q-Tel issued a press release on a recent strategic partnership and technology development agreement with a firm called Apigee.

If Cloud is the New Normal, Is Enterprise the New Tech Company?

Data Center Knowledge

To get ahead in the cloud era, enterprises have to start thinking like technology companies Read More. Shared

Your Enterprise has too many Cyber-ish People


It seems more like a jobs program that moves headcount from one part of the enterprise to the expensive nerdy-side. Sitting through a number of presentations at various cyber conferences recently I’m struck that many enterprises cyber security planning comes down to having ‘the best people’ doing really pretty boring jobs. As well as perhaps outsourcing large parts of the enterprise that don’t add value or aren’t core to the business.

Putting a value on your company information


Many enterprises believe that the data and information they hold on customers and prospects is key to the success of the business. But the reality is that information is not yet viewed as an asset by accountants or as property by insurance companies. How can there be such a chasm between the accounting value of a company and its market value? This is spotlighted in the growing gap between what we report about companies and what we inherently know about them.

Enterprise Integration

IT Toolbox

The Auricchio company was founded by Gennaro Auricchio in 1877. Auricchio’s specialty was provolone cheese, and today his company is a world leader in the production of provolone, holding some 50 percent of the entire world market. World’s Leading Provolone Adds Infor M3 to the Mix. Even after 140 successful years of making Italian fare, Auricchio

6 tips for facilitating ethical AI in the enterprise


Read Clint Boulton list six tips companies can use to facilitate ethical artificial intelligence on CIO : Artificial intelligence (AI) is potentially the single most disruptive technology of the digital era, as enterprises explore ways to harness machine learning (ML) and other AI tools to mine customer insights, identify talent and secure corporate networks.

Gulf Cooperation Council’s local companies eye regional shared services

Computer Weekly

Enterprises indigenous to the Gulf region are taking their first step into business and IT shared services through internal developments

Gigamon: Providing an intelligent Visibility Fabric architecture for enterprises


Gigamon provides intelligent traffic visibility solutions for enterprises, data centers and service providers around the globe. Communications Companies Company CTO Cyber Security Hot Technologies Infrastructure Companies Fortune 1000 Gigamon Gigamon GigaVUE High availability PR Newswire Vertical market

How the Splash Customer Team Transformed the Company

The Investing Edge

Without it, SaaS companies could run out of money constantly trying to replenish lost customers. I had lunch with Greg Higgins, VP of Accounts at Splash , and the company’s first and longtime (6+ years!) We are grateful to have been an early investor in the company.

The Insights Beat: Get Smarter About Your Competitors, Customers And Company

Forrester IT

Company insights. All types of enterprise data (big, medium, small and petite), as well as external data fuel these insights and make you smarter about how you engage with your customers, […]. Insights come in many flavors. Customer insights. Consumer insights.

Distributed In-Memory Database Company @MemSQL Accelerating Into Enterprises With New Investments


By Bob Gourley Editor’s note: we have met and had discussions with the leadership of MemSQL and are excited for the virtuous capabilities they bring to enterprise IT (see, for example, our interview with Eric Frenkiel and their position on our Top Enterprise Big Data Tech List ). Investments like the one below will enable them to accelerate their movement into more enterprises, which will help speed us all up.-

Both Sides of Enterprise Mobility

Cloud Musings

Photo credit: Shutterstock Enterprise mobility has become table stakes in the world of business. This reality is driven by the fact that companies must actually have two mobile strategies. The second face of mobility is that of providing support to a company’s customers.

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Cybersecurity Standards and Your Enterprise


Many of their standards, like their Special Publications 800-12 (overview of controls), 800-14 (common principles), 800-26 (management advice), 800-37 (Risk Management Framework) and 800-53 (security and privacy controls) are aimed at the federal government but can be instructive to companies.