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IBM Study: Employee Well-being is Major Priority for Many CEOs of High Performing Companies

IBM Press Releases - Tue, 02/02/2021 - 11:16
Focus on talent, technology and partnerships can be key to thrive post-COVID-19 pandemic, according to insights from 3,000 CEOs
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New IBM TRIRIGA Capabilities to Help Support Organizations' Return to Work with AI-Driven Space Planning

IBM Press Releases - Thu, 01/28/2021 - 15:00
Dynamic space planning, indoor wayfinding and a digital assistant help enable flexible workplaces
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DIA Leverages IBM Cloud and Confidential Computing to Help Secure its Decentralized Financial Information Platform

IBM Press Releases - Tue, 01/26/2021 - 10:00
IBM Cloud confidential computing capabilities are designed to protect mission-critical decentralized finance (DeFi) data and applications in a cloud environment
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Luminor Bank Adopts IBM Cloud for Financial Services to Accelerate Digital Transformation

IBM Press Releases - Tue, 01/26/2021 - 10:00
IBM to manage Luminor's hybrid cloud approach and strengthen security and regulatory processes required for the financial services industry
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OVHcloud teams with IBM and Atempo for a trusted, secure cloud storage solution

IBM Press Releases - Mon, 01/25/2021 - 15:39
Technological collaboration to bring a new sovereign and ultra-competitive offer to the market
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DevOps New business frontier for system integrators

News from CA - Fri, 10/04/2019 - 09:32

Digital Transformation is changing the way old and new businesses work. And this is true for all industry verticals. 

So, how does it affect the system integrator (SI) and service provider (SP) markets?

As with any transformation, Digital Transformation introduces change and managing change has always been difficult. But, as we will see, having a strategy and an execution plan will prove to be the new business frontier for System Integrators and Service Providers.

It all begins with an A-ha moment. Sometime back, we were talking with a testing SP, and discussing the potential ways in which Digital Transformation driven by DevOps would help them create new markets and new business models. While discussing the Service Virtualization technology, a key for DevOps, we explained how it could help reduce defects and help with better testing and hence better software. “So, it can work for Performance Testing?” was a follow up. And our answer was “Yes, why not!”

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Hadoop and IoT 3 Things CIOs need to know to succeed

News from CA - Fri, 10/04/2019 - 09:32

For many of us, the idea of a Jetson-esque connected world has been little more than a pipe dream over the past several decades. But now that dream is quickly becoming a reality, as the Internet of Things looks set to hit escape velocity in 2016 and beyond. 

“Market opportunity for big data technologies and services will grow to nearly $41 billion by 2018. And a huge part of this opportunity will be owned by Hadoop.”

Yet with the IoT rapidly growing and becoming a normal part of our day-to-day lives, the amount of data that is now being transmitted ad collected is unprecedented in human history. In fact, according to CA Technologies, the market opportunity will be owned by Hadoop.

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Let’s become an 'agile society'

News from CA - Fri, 10/04/2019 - 09:32

When a ship carrying Syrian refugees sank off the coast of Lesbos on October 28, 2015, the world saw a desperate need and overwhelming sadness and tragedy. It was a mounting geopolitical crisis – and, if the many thousands of volunteers were any indicator, the world wanted to help.

Lesbos is a symbol of the opportunity and challenge in front of us today. On one hand, thanks to online news, people became immediately aware of the crisis unfolding, and many were spurred to action. On the other hand, not all of that potential help was realized. Government and charitable resources weren't activated to their fullest capacity, people's skills weren't adequately deployed, and the crisis continues to mount.

The Fourth Industrial Revolution, often called Industry 4.0, is imminent. We are living through a pace of technology advances like never before, and in this new era, contextual machines and materials, powered by software that connected by application programming interfaces (APIs), will drive change at an unprecedented level. For a moment, let's consider a world in which all of that breakthrough technology is maximized. Where the skills of our diverse global population are used to their maximum efficiency. And where governments operate without friction.

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CA on DX and application economy priorities in APAC

News from CA - Fri, 10/04/2019 - 09:32

Stephen Miles, CA Technologies' Asia Pacific & Japan chief technology officer, said the study looked at how businesses were surviving disruption, leading change and winning in the current application economy. 

"In today's application economy, digital transformation has become pervasive in every aspect of business," Miles said. "Across Asia Pacific and Japan, organisations are increasingly leveraging modern technology and communications to transform one or more key aspects of the business to achieve a state of digital readiness."

"Applications are becoming the primary modes for consumers to connect with businesses," he said. "With a high device penetration rate and rising smartphone subscriptions, the region is well-poised to leverage the application economy."

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Gartner recognises CA Technologies as Magic Quadrant leader

News from CA - Fri, 10/04/2019 - 09:32

 In a new report, Gartner evaluated the vendor's CA Project and Portfolio Management (CA PPM), the first solution of its kind with a data warehouse that centralises individual IT portfolios to give management greater insight. 

In the report, IIPA vendors were evaluated on two main criteria: an ability to execute and completeness of vision.

According to Gartner, “Leading products aggressively strive to integrate the planned execution of change to the IT footprint in response to the needs https://channellife.co.nz/story/gartner-recognises-ca-technologies-magic-quadrant-leader/ of the business, using portfolio management as a foundation.

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Software is the agent of change: CA

News from CA - Fri, 10/04/2019 - 09:32

With software now squarely at the center of the business, organizations are digitally transforming by embracing agile practices and new technologies that deliver innovations to market quickly and securely.

“Businesses are facing greater urgency to commit to their digital transformation journey in a bid to stay ahead of the competition in today’s application economy. Across Asia Pacific, businesses will need to embrace agile practices to keep pace with evolving market demands,” said Kenneth Arredondo, President & General Manager, Asia Pacific & Japan, CA Technologies.

CA predicts five major trends will feature prominently in the way business and IT are run, apps are developed, and data is managed
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CA tops Street 3Q forecasts

News from CA - Fri, 10/04/2019 - 09:32
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Key Elements To Succeed In Today's App Economy

News from CA - Fri, 10/04/2019 - 09:32

In a recent study conducted by Harvard Business Review Analytic Services and sponsored by CA Technologies, researchers identify specific actions being taken or considered by businesses to compete more effectively. It also provides insight into how radically business models are likely to change.

“Across Asia Pacific and Japan, organizations are increasingly leveraging modern technology and communications to transform one or more key aspects of the business to achieve a state of digital readiness,” said Stephen Miles, chief technology officer, Asia Pacific & Japan of CA Technologies.  

Here are some of the key takeaways:

Disruption and the importance of software

Nearly half (44%) of respondents expect their industries to experience significant digital disruption over the next three years; more than a fifth (22%) say that significant disruption has already taken place.  Of note, greater than half (58%) expect that their business model in three years will be “radically” different from what it was three years ago.  Recognizing the pervasiveness and pace of change, about two-thirds (66%) of respondents expressed the view that their companies’ future depends on the quality of their software. 

While there are a number of causes of disruption, changes in customer behavior and expectations was the driver most frequently cited by survey participants (46%).  The next most cited driver is disruptive new competitors (25%), which underscores the importance of constantly recognizing and adapting to new trends in order to stay relevant.

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You Say You’re Doing DevOps, But What Does That Mean?

News from CA - Fri, 10/04/2019 - 09:32

From recent conversations I have been having, it is clear that DevOps is top of mind for many. Out of the 40 or so customers I have spoken with recently, the overwhelming majority brought up DevOps during our conversation. They believe they ought to do DevOps, but they wanted me to help them define it and point the best way to get started.

From my experience, many claim to be “doing DevOps,” but when you drill in, you’ll find wildly varying degrees of what this means. If a team is doing anything at all within the larger DevOps value chain, such as testing their software, they often believe they’re doing DevOps.

Our latest survey on the implementation of DevOps points out how easy it is for companies to say they’re doing DevOps but how difficult it is to do DevOps effectively. There’s widespread agreement among the respondents on all the different things that should get done, but very few people are making significant progress in most of them. If you ask about specific DevOps success factors, very few people are doing them.

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CA Technologies The Surprise Of 2016 Will Be The Resurgence Of Blockchain Technology

News from CA - Fri, 10/04/2019 - 09:32
Penned by Otto Berkes, Chief Technology Officer at CA Technologies, the predictions relate to container proliferation, agile security, analytics, Internet of Things (IoT), and blockchain technology.

According to Berkes, IoT is a high-potential technology and is at a very young stage. He said as IoT moves mainstream in 2016, the “identity of things” will gain importance – the “identity” of a device and any data flow to it must be confirmed and trusted.

He added that the development of IoT sensors and smart devices and their interaction with us in critical areas, such as the healthcare and automotive industries, will help simplify and improve customer experiences.

Coming to the topic of blockchain technology, Berkes said that it was a key word in many startups two years ago. He said that the technology is poised for renewal, particularly when the predicted increase in IoT is taken into account along with the need to engage securely among devices and have a record of those engagements.
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2016 trends in Security

News from CA - Fri, 10/04/2019 - 09:32
Increasing complexity with the cloud

“The threat landscape will continue to become more complex. Cyberattacks will target the weakest links like apps and users, and the movement to the cloud will add on to the complexity,” said Mohan Veloo, VP of Technology, Asia Pacific, F5 Networks.

Kenneth Arredondo, President & General Manager, Asia Pacific & Japan, CA Technologies predicted that “agile security” will be up front and centre in an organization. “Security can no longer be an afterthought. It has to be baked into every aspect of application design, development and deployment. Accelerating development cycles means security must be in on the ground floor of any project or development process. Today’s breach rates, financial impact and board- level attention will demand security’s starring role,” he added.

Increasing complexity with the cloud

“The threat landscape will continue to become more complex. Cyberattacks will target the weakest links like apps and users, and the movement to the cloud will add on to the complexity,” said Mohan Veloo, VP of Technology, Asia Pacific, F5 Networks.

Kenneth Arredondo, President & General Manager, Asia Pacific & Japan, CA Technologies predicted that “agile security” will be up front and centre in an organization. “Security can no longer be an afterthought. It has to be baked into every aspect of application design, development and deployment. Accelerating development cycles means security must be in on the ground floor of any project or development process. Today’s breach rates, financial impact and board- level attention will demand security’s starring role,” he added.

- See more at: http://www.convergenceasia.com/story/2016-trends-security#sthash.zbJgNkuf.dpuf

Increasing complexity with the cloud

“The threat landscape will continue to become more complex. Cyberattacks will target the weakest links like apps and users, and the movement to the cloud will add on to the complexity,” said Mohan Veloo, VP of Technology, Asia Pacific, F5 Networks.

Kenneth Arredondo, President & General Manager, Asia Pacific & Japan, CA Technologies predicted that “agile security” will be up front and centre in an organization. “Security can no longer be an afterthought. It has to be baked into every aspect of application design, development and deployment. Accelerating development cycles means security must be in on the ground floor of any project or development process. Today’s breach rates, financial impact and board- level attention will demand security’s starring role,” he added.

- See more at: http://www.convergenceasia.com/story/2016-trends-security#sthash.zbJgNkuf.dpuf

Increasing complexity with the cloud

“The threat landscape will continue to become more complex. Cyberattacks will target the weakest links like apps and users, and the movement to the cloud will add on to the complexity,” said Mohan Veloo, VP of Technology, Asia Pacific, F5 Networks.

Kenneth Arredondo, President & General Manager, Asia Pacific & Japan, CA Technologies predicted that “agile security” will be up front and centre in an organization. “Security can no longer be an afterthought. It has to be baked into every aspect of application design, development and deployment. Accelerating development cycles means security must be in on the ground floor of any project or development process. Today’s breach rates, financial impact and board- level attention will demand security’s starring role,” he added.

- See more at: http://www.convergenceasia.com/story/2016-trends-security#sthash.zbJgNkuf.dpuf
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DevOps delivers agility and growth, but 80 percent still struggle with it

News from CA - Fri, 10/04/2019 - 09:32

DevOps seems to be the hot methodology of the day, but how far along has it come in organizations? Well, let's just say many DevOps efforts are still works in progress.

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The survey of 1,442 senior IT and business executives, released by CA Technologies, finds only 20 percent of organizations that have attempted to implement DevOps have fully deployed it, the survey finds. But it's well worth the additional effort. The research also found that these "advanced" DevOps adopters were more likely to report that their digital initiatives contributed to competitiveness, customer retention and top- and bottom-line results.

In DevOps, the creativity and pace of developers is coordinated -- and automated as much as possible -- with the demanding testing, QA and release schedules overseen by operations people. Thus, an effective DevOps effort requires cultural change -- with the right mix of education, skills, collaboration, enablers and controls.

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4 Possibly Correct Predictions for 2016

News from CA - Fri, 10/04/2019 - 09:32

4. Mainframes Are Cool Again
The latest surveys from CA Technologies, SyncSort and others show the mainframe enjoying a renaissance. As a transaction platform, there's nothing finer than a z13 from IBM for handling the starburst of transactions generated by every idiot with a smartphone ordering widgets from an app. And there is no more affordable way to host hundreds or thousands of virtual machines (VMs) than to use the platform that is, by definition, a cloud that can allocate and deallocate resources to applications and VMs with agility, resiliency and dependability. The only stumbling block in IBM's story is where the smart folks are going to come from to operate the big iron. But that might be a problem confronting x86 server environments even before it becomes an issue in the mainframe world.

There you go. Safe predictions, all. And, like a broken watch, they're likely to be correct at least a couple of times a year. Have a safe and happy 2016.

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