IT and business management roles in cybersecurity

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. Download the white paper now! … continue reading

Demystifying SDN for the Network Engineer

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. Get the full picture—download the “Demystifying SDN for the Network Engineer” white paper now. … continue reading

2017 Cybersecurity Roadmap

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. Download this valuable white paper now. … continue reading

Low-Code Mobile Basics

If you’ve never heard of low-code before, you’re not alone. Quite a few native mobile developers haven’t. Low-code platforms are essentially drag-and-drop IDEs. They’re designed to help developers breeze past a ton of boilerplate work and focus on the meat of their web products. OutSystems is a low-code platform that speeds up and simplifies not … continue reading

Beyond Bug Tracking with JIRA

Atlassian’s JIRA is a fine tool for managing issues and lightweight projects, but in a complex product development process, JIRA becomes less efficient. Communication issues between development and other stakeholders increase — along with risk. This paper examines the options JIRA users have when bug tracking alone isn’t enough. The discussion includes expanding JIRA’s functionality … continue reading

VisionMobile – State of the Developer Nation Q1 2017

Software dominates the world. But how well does the world know the people who develop it? For example, did you know that 51% of developers have less than 6 years of experience? And, yet, the kind of complex software most organizations are building requires about 15 years of experience. When you know this kind of … continue reading

Don’t Confuse Low-Code with No-Code

As the low-code and no-code approaches to application development explode in the marketplace, confusion surrounds these terms. The analysts don’t really agree on how no-code and low-code differ, with Gartner even downplaying the use of either term. As a result, enterprise buyers are left scratching their heads, as the low-code and no-code terminology remains remarkably … continue reading

5 Rules to follow (and 1 to break) to “lift and shift’ enterprise apps to the cloud

Organizations considering moving enterprise applications to the public cloud should ensure that they also move the application delivery services their applications rely on in the data center. In addition, cloud migration presents an opportunity to organize and rationalize security and access, gain visibility into cloud-based application traffic, and architect a strong disaster recovery plan. Among … continue reading

Private Cloud 101: Move at the speed of business

Even as the cloud is transforming application development and deployment—enabling organizations to improve flexibility, automate processes, and decrease time to market—some big questions remain. One of the most important issues an organization must address is how it can best employ the smarter tools and limitless scale that the cloud offers. One way that enterprises take … continue reading

The Build vs. Buy Challenge: Insight into a Hybrid Approach

Maintaining high quality data is essential for operational efficiency, meaningful analytics and good long-term customer relationships. But, when dealing with multiple sources of data, data quality becomes complex, so you need to know when you should build a custom data quality tools over canned solutions. To answer this question, it is important to understand the … continue reading

The Hiker’s Guide to Software Security

If you make, manage, or purchase software, then you need to address software security. In The Hiker’s Guide to Software Security, we’ll fill you in on the seven must-have items you’ll need to make it to the end of the trail. This quick guide can help even the most experienced of travelers, so start reading it today. … continue reading

How to Build a Rock-Solid Software Security Initiative in 5 Steps

Application security testing is a starting block, not the finish line. It’s a critical and necessary component of every security program. However, “penetrate and patch” application testing alone is not a security strategy at all. The most effective software security initiatives (SSI) are fine-tuned to fit an organization and built to scale around your staff, … continue reading

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