Public cloud environments are no longer limited to new applications or temporary workloads. Enterprises looking to increase agility and scalability are assessing their existing application portfolio and seriously weighing the pros and cons of migrating to the public cloud. But migrating isn’t easy, and can be costly. Today’s applications are increasingly complex, part of a connected ecosystem—and key to delivering customer loyalty and revenue. This means its flawless performance and consistent user experience during migration is essential.
In this webinar, you’ll hear from special guests Lauren E. Nelson, Principal Analyst at Forrester Research and Jeff Brady, Senior Program Manager at Allscripts, as they discuss the best practices that you should take onboard if you’re considering enterprise cloud migration.
Among many valuable topics, you’ll learn:
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Every organization affected by the GDPR will need a comprehensive approach to open source security management as it pertains to GDPR observance.
For example, the Heartbleed vulnerability first surfaced in 2014 to steal personal taxpayer data. Yet, years later, thousands of companies still use software with open source components containing Heartbleed, opening themselves to possible data breaches and GDPR fines.
If you will be classified as a “processor” of customer data by the GDPR, turn that classification to your advantage. Open new business opportunities for your firm by demonstrating comprehensive GDPR observance that includes open source security management.
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The Risks of Separating UI/UX from Your Development Lifecycle: A Product Manager’s POV on Optimizing Software Development
Date: Thursday, October 5, 2017
Time: 1:00PM ET / 10:00AM PT
One of the many challenges faced by product teams today is where to fit the UI and UX process into their software development lifecycles. For example, agile software development doesn’t typically include a place for UX methods unless it’s actively set up with UI and UX in mind.
But for customers to find your application useful in their day-to-day lives, application teams must plan from the start to present information in easily understandable and visually appealing ways. If the application gets cluttered with unnecessary information or is not designed intuitively, it becomes more trouble than it’s worth to customers—who may stop using the application altogether.
Mobile is all the rage these days. Having a world of knowledge in our pockets has become a commodity, and we’ve grown accustomed to certain standards. Developers need to understand how to meet the lofty expectations of a world where something like 60 frames per second can be the difference between a huge success or a major disaster. So, how can you go about creating apps that meet those higher-than-ever expectations? If you’re the one doing the web-to-mobile transition, you’re bound to enter a world of contradiction and paradoxes: when you go small, you actually have to go big. To give you a hand we came up with a set of rules — or just call them guidelines, if you will. Here are 5 rules for getting “the Look” and 5 rules for achieving “the Feel.”
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Low-code platforms are helping organizations address their digital transformation and application development needs with a comprehensive set of functionality, including application change and lifecycle management. Business logic and workflow modeling and the definition of data models and integration components are visual, although all can be extended with custom code. The low-code term has become very popular recently and is being used by a wide variety of technology vendors. In this brief, you’ll discover how easy it is to create beautiful apps with engaging experiences that delight all kinds of users. And, you’ll also learn which low-code platforms fully support the digital transformation journey that many organizations must take to remain competitive.
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In this webinar we demonstrate innovative ways to collect user data from paper documents, IDs, bank cards, receipts, and other sources using ABBYY mobile and cloud capture technologies.
We’ll explore ways to build faster, friendlier, and more intuitive user experiences for data collection tasks with easy-to-implement mobile data capture technologies. If you are a mobile developer, or if you are looking to add these mobile experiences to your enterprise solution, then this is the webinar for you.
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This webinar will explore how software usage analytics enables you to validate your assumptions about user environments and accelerate implementation of UI/UX improvements.
Revulytics Vice President of Usage Analytics, Keith Fenech, will discuss how packaged software vendors are using usage data to:
Keith will share real-world examples of how one distributor of packaged software applications was able to halve its development cycle using software usage analytics.
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APIs power today’s connected digital world, extending the functionality of web applications and driving automation. While they improve extensibility and innovation, API’s can also hurt your end-user’s experience if integrations are not available or functioning properly, so API monitoring has become critical to protecting performance.
This primer includes an introduction to modern API functionality and technical specifications, as well as a detailed overview of API monitoring strategies, test configurations within Catchpoint, and data integration with your internal systems/applications.
This API monitoring primer covers:
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Cybercrime is more lucrative, popular, and damaging than ever. Yet IT and business management may not be in agreement on how to combat threats. Learn how IT and business management can work together to improve cybersecurity, by agreeing on shared goals, improving communication, and supporting continuous learning.
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Software-defined networking (SDN) can be a big change for network engineers, as it introduces a greater level of automation to networks. But this change can benefit your organization, through improved efficiency, accuracy, simplicity, and power.
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It’s a fact: as systems and devices become more connected, cyber thieves are becoming more sophisticated at penetrating networks, compromising privacy, and stealing data. Learn more about these significant challenges, and how your organization can be better prepared to respond to them.
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