Technology is no longer delivered within the confines of a perimeter, so why are we still building castle walls? This Securing the Edges Webinar will look at addressing security from the outside in, protecting your environment from the two most critical points: the access and the data.
Whether you’re the interviewer trying to find the “best fit” for the team, or the interviewee trying to determine if the organization is the right fit, there’s pressure to make quick decisions. It is in these quick decisions we can most unknowingly be influenced by our unconscious biases.
There’s no doubt the business-value and ROI of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) is becoming abundantly clear. To help your journey, we’ve truncated the absolute must-know information around DEI for businesses and individuals in tech.
Organizations deploy an ever-increasing number of security tools to address the problem and rarely do these new tools provide the promised increase in security. The root problem is the foundation of information security: identity.
Impacting everything from speed to accuracy to localization, 5G and the Edge are revolutionizing how technology functions in our lives.
Data-driven actions can be one of the most powerful tools when running a business, interacting with tech, creating new apps, and more.
Take a high-level look at the software capabilities, available resources, industry standards, and latest tools that you need to know.
Technology comes in many different forms, but can help to create fluid, repeatable, and long-term changes within a business setting.
Information security (InfoSec) was born in the ’70s. From there, it grew and matured with technology itself in an evolutionary fashion. As the threats advanced, security evolved to match them. Now entering its early ’50s, InfoSec is experiencing an identity crisis.
How can businesses attract and retain top talent that helps the organization be agile and innovative within the evolving work environment?
The year 2020 showed what the leading edge of digital transformation already knew: Rapid adaptability is critical in an unpredictable world.
Interestingly, how adults learn information stays the same regardless if it’s a new technology, a new language or advancing another skill.
GigaOm, the analyst firm democratizing research and helping businesses future-proof their decisions announced a revolutionary partnership with Transformation Continuum…
The Cloud has changed where users’ data and their applications live. In a distributed world, latency between the end user and the application is a quick way to poor user satisfaction.
What are the “Digital Transformers” doing differently from an empirical and data-driven perspective in 2021 and beyond? Find out now!
Understand how the world’s most technical innovators adjusted and thrived in 2020, and what transformations will look like in years to come.
One of the most vital pieces of a successful product or service launch is crafting a robust marketing campaign that efficiently educates new audiences about your brand while simultaneously driving sales conversions.
Rick Snyder and Joe Onisick describe the current digital transformation landscape and what top experts find organizations must do in 2021.
In 2020, the work-from-home model has caused challenges regarding remote worker connectivity and security – see why
Our experienced team partners with our clients to navigate and direct using The Continuum Modality as the compass for adaptation.
Transformation Continuum CEO Sabrina Shafer recently sat down for a one-on-one with Tech Diva Success Podcast Host Nicole Scheffler.
How can businesses maintain their transformational momentum amid crisis and use forced momentum to define coherent strategies?