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10 May 2017 Top DRAAS Companies To Watch [63265]
CSO Online, May 10th 2017

"Forrester Research recently released its report naming Sungard AS, Bluelock, IBM and iland as the top disaster recovery-as-a-service companies.

With enterprises expecting their network up at all times, backup and recovery are key to keeping things running smoothly with no downtime. With ransomware waiting to pounce the minute a user clicks on a link, companies rely on network recovery in a matter of minutes not days.

Enterprise DRaaS adoption has grown steadily in recent years; currently, 40 percent of enterprises have adopted it, with another 24 percent planning to do so, according to the research firm..."
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30 Apr 2017 Best Practices For Securing Open Source Code [62724]
Dark Reading, April 21st 2017

Attackers see open source components as an obvious target because there's so much information on how to exploit them. These best practices will help keep you safer

Mike Pittenger writes in Dark Reading, "Recently, a Forrester Research report called attention to open source's preeminence in application development, noting that custom code now often comprises only 10% to 20% of many applications.

Although traditional application security tools - dynamic analysis security testing (DAST) and static analysis security testing (SAST) - are effective in finding bugs in proprietary application code, they aren't effective in identifying vulnerabilities in open source components 'in the wild'..."
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30 Apr 2017 Artificial Intelligence: Fulfilling The Failed Promise Of Big Data [62740]
Information Management, April 21st 2017

"The topic of artificial intelligence is dominating discussions of data management this year," opines David Weldon in Information Management.

"But while a growing number of organizations are interested in AI, many don't fully understand what the technology can do to help boost their customer engagement or the bottom line.

Forrester Research analyst Brandon Purcell has recently authored two reports on the current strong interest in artificial intelligence and what can be expected from it. In part one of Information Management's interviews with Purcell yesterday, we discussed 'The Top Emerging Technologies in Artificial Intelligence.' In part two today we discuss the report 'Artificial Intelligence Technologies and Solutions, Q1 2017'..."
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25 Apr 2017 Oracle's Paul Sonderegger On How CFOs Can Grapple 'With The Valuation Of Intangibles' [62900]
By Robert Landon

Robert Landon writes, "As Oracle's big data strategist, former Forrester Research analyst Paul Sonderegger is a leading proponent of the idea that big data is a source of wealth creation on par with financial capital. In his role at Oracle, Sonderegger helps organizations tap into huge reserves of data to create profitable new products and services. And he draws on these real-world experiences to influence the future direction of Oracle's big data solutions.

In the early 2000s, Sonderegger was a principal analyst at Forrester Research. He then spent eight years as an evangelist and strategist at Endeca, the pioneer in big data and information discovery, before joining Oracle in 2011..."
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23 Apr 2017 13 Top In-Memory Database Products (Slideshow) [62523]
Information Management, April 12th 2017

"Forrester Research recently issued its Wave report looking at 13 top products for in-memory databases," writes David Weldon in Information Management.

"Five products fell into the Leader category: IBM dashDB/DB2, Microsoft SQL Server 2016, Oracle Database In-Memory/Times Ten In-Memory Database, SAP HANA and Teradata Database. Six products were named Strong Performers: Aerospike, Couchbase Server, DataStax Enterprise, Red Hat JBoss Data Grid, Redis Labs Enterprise Cluster and VoltDB. Two products were named as Contenders: MemSQL Enterprise and Starcounter..."
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