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    • 7 avril 2021How Brunswick IT enables digital business
      Mike Adams joined Brunswick, the $4.3 billion manufacturing business, in 2017 to define its enterprise architecture function and to work with then CIO Danielle Brown to craft a modernization strategy. Since then, the company has sold off its non-marine businesses and is now fully focused on the marine market (its brands include Boston Whaler, SeaRay, and Mercury), which allows for a streamlined cu …

    • 5 avril 2021BrandPost: Episode 1: Introduction to CIAM and Why It’s Important
      If your customers and clientele don’t feel secure using your products and/or accessing your corporate websites, web portals, and web shops, they won’t sign up, share information, or otherwise engage with your brand. Developing a robust approach to customer identity and access management, aka CIAM, is essential for building this trust.But many CIOs and CISOs don’t understand CIAM and why it’s so im …

    • 29 mars 2021Knowing where the line is in IT risk management
      Every organization should have an agreed understanding of risk, what that means for the company, and where the line of acceptability is (threshold). Knowing where this line is, and using it as a driving force for decision making within IT, can dramatically maximize resources and decrease costs. Decision making Risk Management sometimes has the unfortunate nickname of being titled the Business Prev …

    • 18 mars 2021What is data governance? A best practices framework for managing data assets
      Data governance definition Data governance is a system for defining who within an organization has authority and control over data assets and how those data assets may be used. It encompasses the people, processes, and technologies required to manage and protect data assets.The Data Governance Institute defines it as “a system of decision rights and accountabilities for information-related process …

    • 8 mars 2021Cybersecurity in 2021: Stopping the madness
      The challenges are greater than ever. But security pros have learned a lot – and with luck, the right strategic defenses can help even the highest-value targets withstand severe attacks.

    • 8 mars 2021Mitigating the hidden risks of digital transformation
      Companies are looking to grab any technology-driven advantage they can as they adapt to new ways of working, managing employees, and serving customers. They are making bigger moves toward the cloud, e-commerce, digital supply chains, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML), data analytics, and other areas that can deliver efficiency and innovation.At the same time, enterprises are t …

    • 5 mars 2021Money for nothing: Making sense of data collaborations in healthcare
      Several leading health systems got together recently to announce the formation of Truveta, an independent company that will pool patient medical records from the participating health systems and analyze them for insights to drive healthcare outcomes. The announcement highlighted the benefits of sharing de-identified data for driving research, new therapies, and improved health outcomes.In an initi …

    • 2 mars 2021When emotions run high: Protecting your network infrastructure from reputational attacks
      Many people were cheering for the Kansas City Chiefs during Super Bowl LV. Not because they were Chiefs fans, and not because they didn’t like the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. They wanted KC to win because they wanted, more than anything else, for Tom Brady to lose.Probably more than any other modern-day athlete, people despise Tom Brady (a quick Google search will show you just how much). In the days le …

    • 1 mars 20217 ways COVID-19 has changed IT forever
      COVID-19 struck IT like a tsunami in early 2020, sweeping away long-established operations and processes, forcing CIOs to quickly identify and deploy acceptable alternatives. Now, as the virus threat appears to be gradually receding, IT leaders are viewing a radically transformed landscape, wondering how essential operations and practices will fit into a “new normal” business world.To read this ar …

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