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CyberTalents is a platform that ranks cyber security talents according to their real hands on skills in different cyber security categories by running CTF Competitions in order to get hired by recruiters.
whitePaper | July 7, 2022
This strategy explains the reasons for migrating to VMware Cloud on Amazon Web Services (AWS), the steps that your organization can take to ensure that the transition is smooth and effective, and changes required in the operating model to support the new cloud environment. Your organization might encounter several challenges during the migration. Planning and following the right strategies can help you achieve the best business outcomes.
whitePaper | November 14, 2019
Information Technology (IT) needs are evolving rapidly as datacenters transform into service centers that deliver applications on demand and respond to changing customer requirements with speed and agility. With users demanding access to applications and services 24x7, service-level agreements have become stringent. In addition, cloud computing is gaining in popularity and taking a foothold in datacenters, reflecting user needs to get services at any time.
whitePaper | October 4, 2021
Virtualization as a concept is not new; computational environment virtualization has been around since the first mainframe systems. But recently, the term “virtualization” has become ubiquitous, representing any type of process obfuscation where a process is somehow removed from its physical operating environment. Because of this ambiguity, virtualization can almost be applied to any and all parts of an IT infrastructure. For example, mobile device emulators are a form of virtualization because the hardware platform normally required to run the mobile operating system has been emulated, removing the OS binding from the hardware it was written for. But this is just one example of one type of virtualization; there are many defi nitions of the term “virtualization” fl oating around in the current lexicon, and all (or at least most) of them are correct, which can be quite confusing.
whitePaper | May 25, 2022
vSphere with Operations Management offers the most trusted virtualization platform with critical operational enhancements in performance monitoring and capacity management. It is designed for businesses of all sizes to run applications at high service levels and maximize hardware savings through higher capacity utilization and consolidation ratios. IT can gain visibility into virtual environments, proactively identify and remediate emerging performance issues, and optimize resource utilization through a unified console. On average, customers see tremendous benefits beyond using vSphere alone: 36 percent reduction in application downtime, 30 percent increase in hardware savings, and 26 percent decrease in time spent on troubleshooting issues1 .
whitePaper | January 17, 2020
Mobile network operators (MNOs) are now considering ways to take advantage of the benefits that Virtualized RAN (vRAN) can deliver. vRAN gives MNOs greater network availability and better deployment flexibility using pooled, centralized resources that are operating on standardized commercially available hardware. The virtualized functions that provide the network’s baseband processing in vRANs also lower CAPEX and OPEX by reducing cell site real-estate space and the power needs of the equipment that no longer resides on-site.
whitePaper | July 12, 2021
Prior to the pandemic, BPOs were able to leverage in office knowledge and leadership to ensure they were meeting and exceeding business critical activities. With the pandemic in full swing, BPO leaders have had to rethink their strategies. Namely, they’ve had to ensure that their entire workforce is able to collaborate effectively while also working remotely.
The challenge BPOs face in securing their deployment while streamlining endpoint management and reducing costs might have been made more dire by the pandemic, but it is not over. Luckily, through a combination of VDI and DaaS technologies and Linux based operating systems, BPO companies have a real way forward to solve the challenge of remote and dispersed workforces, enabling them to boost productivity and reduce costs by millions of dollars.
This whitepaper seeks to explore the challenges posed by current work trends, the pandemic, and how VDI and Linux Thin Client operating systems can solve the challenges of remote work post pandemic.
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