The CISO role in cybersecurity: Solo or team sport?

Cloud Musings

The average length of time in the commercial sector between a network security breach and when the detection of that breach is more than 240 days , according to Gregory Touhill , deputy assistant secretary of Cybersecurity Operations and Programs for the Department of Homeland Security.

Customer Success Should Be A Team Sport

Forrester IT

Customers hold the power in their relationships with businesses. Today, it's not enough for businesses to deliver products. Customers expect them to deliver outcomes and success. To do this, businesses must understand who the customer is, what their pain points are in achieving their business goals, and must help them choose the right products to meet their goals. The relationship does not stop there.

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NoSQL database technology finds use cases, but still minority sport

Computer Weekly

From managing water meter data, through Bitcoin and video data, to web publishing, NoSQL database technology is finding real use cases. But it's likely to be stuck at 10% of the market for some time

Digital Business Is a Team Sport

Lundberg Media

IT has become integral to many aspects of business, from marketing and customer engagement to new product design. This requires a new way of organizing and engaging across functions. How important is this cross-functional engagement? It’s huge. Seventy-five percent of the 750 respondents to our global survey (see “The Leadership Edge in Digital Transformation,” from […].

The Billions in Data Center Spending behind Cloud Revenue Growth

Data Center Knowledge

Cloud, and especially public cloud, is becoming a heavyweights-only sport Read More. Amazon Data Center Strategies Featured Google IBM Infrastructure Microsoft SaaS

Going high tech with IBM Cloud at Atlanta's new Mercedes-Benz stadium

Tech Republic Data Center

The newest professional sports stadium opens next week in Atlanta, and it's filled with new tech to improve the fan experience as a result of the team's partnership with IBM

How Formula 1 plans to digitise fan experience

Computer Weekly

For a sport built on advanced technology, Formula 1 has lacked a truly digitally enabled fan experience – but that could be about to change

Foot Locker to roll out ‘best fit’ recruitment software after productivity hike

Computer Weekly

Sports retailer to adopt online software to identify best job candidates worldwide after its use led to double-digit productivity growth in US stores

Why effective IoT adoption is a team sport, and how to become a player

IT Toolbox

Learn how many disparate threads of an effective IoT fabric come together into a solution

Daniel “Rudy” Ruettiger Sets Tone for Data Center World

Data Center Knowledge

Conference''s opening keynote shows Rudy''s attitude and approach can transcend the sports world Read More. AFCOM Events Popular

400 security events a second monitored on Olympics network

Computer Weekly

IT records as well as sporting records were set at the recent Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro

Cloud4Good: Building an Inclusive Chat Bot for Athletes with Disabilities

CanITPro

The objective of the project was to build a conversational interface and analytics dashboard for viaSport BC’s newest inclusive sport initiative. sports"; var subject = _entities["Subject"].Entity

IBM Rolls Out Dedicated Version of Bluemix PaaS

Data Center Knowledge

PaaS that sports Watson APIs and IoT capabilities now available as a single-tenant service, hosted on SoftLayer Read More. Cloud Computing IBM

Streamlined integration promises revolution in sports tickets sales

IT Toolbox

KORE Software is hailing what it calls “a groundbreaking level of integration” through the world's first CRM-based transaction and payment processing integration with Archtics, Ticketmaster's season ticket sales application. It will greatly reduce the time it takes sales representatives to complete a ticket or premium inventory sale, since they will no longer need to leave the CRM platform.

Mary Meeker’s Internet Trends Report 2016

CTOvision

Meeker also delves into artificial intelligence, Snapchat brand integrations, changes to live sports viewing habits, car industry innovation and the rise of millennial consumers, among many other topics. Michael Johnson.

Can NFL Football Teach Us About ERP Systems?

IT Toolbox

They may seem unrelated, but there is actually a lot that the sport can teach us about making our enterprise software initiatives successful. Not only is football fun to watch, but it also can teach us a thing or two about ERP systems. Depending on the outcomes, both are exciting, stressful at times, exhilarating and can cause a great deal of heartache

Mobile Gamers: Fun-Seeking but Fickle

CTOvision

Look to sports games. Free mobile games sound like an advertiser’s dream. Smartphone owners like them because the applications download quickly, cost nothing, and are fun to play; marketers like them because they provide a huge, new space for promoting companies and services. Want to advertise athletic apparel? Want to sell cars? Look to games favored by young adults. But Swrve, a marketing firm specializing in mobile business, has reason to think otherw. To read more please log in.

Half of all UK businesses experienced a cyber attack in the last year

Tech Republic Security

A new report from the UK Department for Culture, Media and Sport found that fraudulent emails and ransomware were among the most common breaches at UK enterprises. Here's what you need to know

SAP HANA: A Fantasy Football Use Case

CTOvision

The demand for fantasy sports has been driven by fans' desire to get more involved with the sport they love and fueled by the availability of vast amounts of league and player data. Commissioner Goodell has thrown significant support behind the activity, including several strategic investments around analytic capabilities to empower the fantasy sports enthusiast. Double Delight for Sports Fanatics as the Fantasy Market Partners with Fantasy Data (listfree.org).

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March Madness: 5 data sources that could predict the 2017 NCAA championship

Tech Republic Big Data

The NCAA men's basketball tournament is one of the most exciting parts of the year for sports fans. Here are five data sources that could shed light on the final outcome

BT accused of under-investing in Openreach, prompting renewed calls for business split

Computer Weekly

The Culture, Media and Sport Committee calls for operation and investment overhaul for Openreach, and claims failure to deliver on this should prompt Ofcom to order breakaway from BT

The Monday Morning Email

IT Toolbox

He nodded his head to a point the local sports personality was making about the weekend's game. James Pattison sat in his car, listening to the radio. He'd been sitting in the same spot for nearly 5 minutes since he pulled into the parking lot at work. He didn't really care about the game, or the team for that matter. The little clock on his dash read 7:59. He just

Star Trek-themed Kirk ransomware has Spock decryptor, demands ransom be paid in Monero

Network World

The fake version sports the LOIC slogan, “When harpoons, air strikes and nukes fail,” and claims to be initializing once executed. While you may want to live long and prosper, you don’t want to be “kirked” – an extension added to files encrypted by the new Star Trek -themed Kirk ransomware.

Where Video Analytics Falls Into Your Big Data Strategy: 5 Use Cases

CTOvision

Video analytics for surveillance is already being put in use at places like airports, sporting venues, retails stores, banks, and more. Sporting events, for example, can track the movements of visitors, helping them determine how best to direct traffic and ensure smooth flow throughout the location. Rick Delgado. Any business hoping to enjoy success now and well into the future knows that big data is the way to go.

Cisco security researcher: Ransomware crowd big on customer service

Network World

Antoniewicz , sporting a RUN DNS t-shirt reflecting his position with the Cisco Umbrella (formerly OpenDNS) team, dove into the topic of ransomware variants like Cerber as part of a broader talk on “An Anatomy of an Attack” and the elaborate ecosystem behind cyberattacks.

London Calling! An AWS Region is coming to the UK!

All Things Distributed

Mid-sized Organisations – Haven Power , Holiday Extras , ">Exeter Family Friendly , ">Royal Opera House , ">Total Jobs , Retail Companies – Shop Direct , Nisa Retail , Kurt Geiger , Sport Pursuit.

Tech News Roundup April 15

CTOvision

New Relic partners with Major League Baseball to highlight data and analytics in sports. Katie Kennedy. The following are some of the hot topics we are tracking in the technology ecosystem: Technology Ticker. Federal government to spend AU$5.95m on joint research with China - ZDNet. Get your cycler to Mars: Buzz Aldrin lays out his not-so-simple plan to settle Mars in 2040. The Air Traffic Control System: We all assumed it was vulnerable, but now we know.

Technology is confusing.

IT Toolbox

These air vent nozzles looked exactly like the, for lack of proper wording, drinking nozzles on sports drink plastic bottles. Even I, a self confessed technology aficionado, can be confused by technology. Something as simple as an air vent nozzle on an airplane ceiling. I just recently saw them on a particular model of plane while flitting on an intercity jaunt. To take a

Expedient Completes Expansion and Announces Additional Growth

Data Center Knowledge

Expedient completes data center expansion in Pittsburgh and announces three new projects for 2014, Zayo upgrades electrical and security infrastructure at its Las Vegas colocation facility, Internap''s CDN helps Sportradar stream live professional sporting events, and Global Transit expands its.

How Google Fiber Could Upset The Entire Broadband Industry

CTOvision

Just look at what happened this past November, when Comcast tried to post a snide remark on Facebook about Google Fiber losing connectivity during a televised sporting event. Amy Medeiros. Google Fiber seemingly started as an experiment - but it’s become clear it’s not going anywhere. Move over, Comcast and Time Warner. Google’s here to stay. It’s really no secret that the two biggest ISPs in the United States aren’t exactly well-liked by their customers.

Avaya Surge protects the Internet of Things

Network World

Healthcare has rapidly been connecting patient devices, retailers are making point-of-sale systems “smart,” hotels are looking to improve the guest experience, and sports and entertainment venues are connecting more devices. The Internet of Things (IoT) is hitting a tipping point.

Tech News Roundup March 16

CTOvision

March Madness contest: Join GeekWire’s bracket for a chance to win tickets to our Sports Tech Summit. Katie Kennedy. The following are some of the hot topics we are tracking in the technology ecosystem: Technology Ticker. Matt Rahman Joins Tangible Security as Commercial Cyber Solutions SVP, GM. Menlo Ventures leads $14.5M round for Usermind, an enterprise business operations startup. Trifacta Expands Federal Market Presence to Accelerate the. Consumer Electronics Net.

Fraud detection firm outs $1b Russian ad-fraud gang and its robo-browsing Methbot

Network World

A $1 billion Russia-based criminal gang has been bilking online advertisers by impersonating high-profile Web sites like ESPN, Vogue, CBS Sports, Fox News and the Huffington Post and selling phony ad slots, but that’s about to end.