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    1. 85 Percent of Users Believe ITSM Analytics Will Enhance IT Service Delivery

      85 Percent of Users Believe ITSM Analytics Will Enhance IT Service Delivery ManageEngine Announces Results of its Survey, "Everything You Need to Know About ITSM Analytics: Industry Insight 2016" • Technology Oct. 26, 2016 - PRLog -- ManageEngine, the real-time IT management company, today announced the results of its survey, Everything You Need to Know About ITSM Analytics: Industry Insight 2016.

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    2. 'Enterprises Should Embrace Digital Transformation'

      In an exclusive interview with BW Businessworld, Bala Mahadevan, CEO, Orange Business Services India, discusses plans for growth and current strategy to scale up operations in India. Edited excerpts: What are the business factors driving huge digital transformation programs in corporates? There are many technical as well as non-technical definitions available on the internet and books when we look up the term "Digital transformation".

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    3. The Invisible Bank of the Future

      Cool Tech: Mobile Banking With Siri-Like Voice Commands Banking Driven by a Personal Digital Assistant The Invisible Bank will be buried within a broader, more digital, connected way of life. Consumers will interact with a personal digital assistant (like Siri or Alexa) that proactively performs daily personal and financial tasks, informed by insights gathered from structured and unstructured data.

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    4. Americans uneasy with IoT devices like those used in Dyn DDoS attack, survey finds

      A coordinated botnet attack effectively choked internet access to a large number of popular sites last week, and the attack itself was made possible in large part due to the spread of connected Internet of Things (IoT) devices. Yet a new survey just released by IT security firm ESET and the National Cyber Security Alliance found that a good portion of Americans are not conformable with said devices from a security and safety perspective – even though around one quarter of consumers own such a device.

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    5. The Evolution of the Digital Workplace

      Today’s office space is unrecognizable from previous generations. Instead of flat screens, laptops and funky “collaboration spaces,” workplaces from the days of yore were equipped with typewriters, Dictaphones, and rotary telephones. But today, there is a staggering amount of digital tools aimed at increasing workforce productivity in an increasingly competitive market. In response, IT departments and employees are finding themselves with a sometimes overwhelming variety of brands, standards, and user interfaces to learn and navigate. In fact, the average employee uses three or more devices daily for work activities.

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    6. Macs are 3 times cheaper to own than Windows PCs, says IBM's IT guy

      Previn gave a great presentation at last year's Jamf tech conference where he said Macs were less expensive to support than Windows. (Jamf is a company that makes software that manage fleets of Macs and iOS devices.) Only 5% of IBM's Mac employees needed help desk support versus 40% of PC users. At that time, some 30,000 IBM employees were using Macs. Today 90,000 of them are, he said. And IBM ultimately plans to distribute 150,000 to 200,000 Macs to workers, meaning about half of IBM's approximately 370,000 employees will have Macs. 

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    7. Who Owns Digital Transformation? According To A New Survey, It's Not The CIO

      Digital transformation is one of those terms that seems to mean, well, everything. That’s because different groups within organizations are investing in innovative technologies to modernize business operations. Whether it’s IT, marketing, CX, HR, service and support, etc., each group, in their own right, is investing in advancement. It’s not a bad thing. At least parts of how companies work are actually evolving. The reality is though that pretty much every company is investing in digital transformation. 

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    8. Top Factors That Impact Application Performance 2016 - Part 3

      In 2013, APMdigest published a list called 15 Top Factors That Impact Application Performance. Even today, this is one of the most popular pieces of content on the site. And for good reason – the whole concept of Application Performance Management (APM) starts with identifying the factors that impact application performance, and then doing something about it. However, in the fast moving world of IT, many aspects of application performance have changed in the 3 years since the list was published. 

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    9. Know how to handle IT incident management to avoid chaos

      Know how to handle IT incident management to avoid chaos by Clive Longbottom Quocirca When an important application goes down, you'd better have the right IT incident management processes and procedures in place to fix it. This Article Covers Share this item with your network: Related Content Help! An IT system has gone down and it's affecting the business. What happened, and what needs to be done to get everything back on steady footing?

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    10. How Big Data Is Helping to Keep the Lights On

      OZY and Predix from GE — the cloud-based development platform built for industry — have partnered to bring you an inside look at the future of digital industries, where people, data and productivity meet. In County Cork, Ireland — and many other places in the world — keeping the lights on is a No. 1 priority. One of the plants shouldering that responsibility is the 445-megawatt Whitegate power plant, owned by Bord Gáis Energy, which produces 10 percent of the county’s power.

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    11. Enterprise security in the connected devices age

      Nick Ismail How will IoT security differ from mobile security, and to what extent will IoT be more damaging to security policies than BYOD? The security risks of IoT are related to the risks mobility and BYOD bring: letting employees, partners or customers connect to a network with non-secure devices can grant an outsider access to the business, and result in the company being the target of an attack, or being the vector of an attack for another target.

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