Automation Drives Business Transformation in the Multi-Cloud Era

March 1, 2018

In a recent IDG survey, an average of 89% of respondents across multiple industries indicated they have adopted or plan to adopt a digital-first strategy. Market research firm IDC predicts that digital transformation spending will reach $1.7 trillion worldwide by the end of 2019. For the most part, those pursuing digital transformation initiatives are seeking to create new products, services, and capabilities that will generate new revenue and better customer experiences. Delivering an easy-to-use, low-friction digital experience to customers and employees depends on a complex combination of infrastructure, data, and applications. As the complexity increases, so does the risk that something will go wrong because one system or process does not interact properly with another.

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BroadGroup was founded in 2002 with the aim of providing senior IT infrastructure executives and the enterprises they service a new perspective. Since then, data as a commodity has grown to be a leading global asset and its role in society and business has never been more important.

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Security of the VMware vSphere Hypervisor.

whitePaper | May 1, 2022

Virtualization addresses IT’s most pressing challenge: the infrastructure sprawl that compels IT departments to channel 70 percent of their budget into maintenance, leaving scant resources for business-building innovation. The difficulty stems from the architecture of today’s x86 computers: they’re designed to run just one operating system (OS) and application at a time. As a result, even small data centers must deploy many servers, each operating at just 5–15 percent of capacity—highly inefficient by any standard.

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Use Intel Virtualization Technologies To Help Protect Endpoint Applications & Data Without Impacting The User Experience

whitePaper | August 6, 2021

Use Intel Virtualization Technologies to help protect Endpoint applications & Data without impacting the User expereince. Hardware- based security capabilities dekiver the performance required to help protect application and data, without adversely impacting the user experience. Impove Endpoint Security for Remote Workers Isolating Employees' personel and work use helps prevent business data from being exfiltrated and helps protect businesses from vulnerabilities due to personel use of social media and browsing, especialyy valuable as the number of remote workers continues to grow, and many organizations expect an increase in personam work. Increase and Accelerate Security Protection with Intel Virtualization technology Form a business client endpoint perspective, virtualization lets organizations re-think productivity and security. Virtualization Solutions allow multiple operating systems (OSs) and applications to run in independent partitions.

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VMware Workspace Security and Carbon Black Datasheet

whitePaper | January 10, 2020

Today’s expanding organizational and work perimeters provide even greater opportunities for cyber criminals. According to the world’s leading incident response (IR) professionals, increasingly sophisticated attacks involving instances of “island hopping,” counter incident response, and lateral movement within a network are quickly becoming the new normal. Advanced phishing techniques using social engineering and programming expertise, bots, and ransomware threats also more frequently expose organizations, even those working hard to stay one step ahead.

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Avoiding The 9 Common Hazards Of App And Desktop Virtualization

whitePaper | June 4, 2021

VDI can change the way IT delivers desktops and apps to users—yet the success of an IT project path has many potential hazards along the way. These hazards can stop IT at any stage of a VDI deployment, from initial planning to the rollout of production systems.

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Network as a programmable service

whitePaper | November 10, 2021

Over the past decade, the cloud has become integral to nearly every digital and business transformation strategy, allowing clients to access the latest technologies, such as IoT, high-performance computing, and blockchain from multiple vendors to reimagine business processes and ecosystems. However, the network and the inter-connectivity across physical infrastructure, virtual infrastructure, and “as-a-service” ingestion points hinder or block broad cloud adoption across the enterprise. Traditional networking approaches make it difficult to keep pace with change and take advantage of new and differentiating technology. Today’s leading network service providers are virtualizing the network, separating the proprietary network appliance functions into discrete hardware and software components. This enables networks to achieve the same benefits already realized with the virtualization and software-defined enablement of systems and storage. The virtualization of the network is recognized as Network Function Virtualization (NFV) and Virtualized Network Functions (VNF).

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A Comprehensive Guide On How To Secure Your Remote Workforce: The Critical Role Of A Secure VPN

whitePaper | March 18, 2021

Secure remote work is hot topic even now, and as such, VPNs still have the full attention of security teams and professionals. While many organizations use VPN, some are not aware of the full scale of benefits it can provide. Leverage this white paper to learn why secure VPN is essential to remote workforce security.

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