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      • How to choose the right email security gateway

        Email security gateways (ESGs) are an efficient tool for protecting the network of organizations of all sizes from email-borne threats. ESGs are an efficient means for preventing the delivery of email that violates an organization’s policies. These network tools are particularly important today when email from bring your own devices, which are not under enterprise control, are using the corporate network.

        All ESGs can quarantine or block email that contains detected malware, phishing attacks, spam and other malicious content. This prevents many attacks from reaching the intended recipients, which in turn reduces the compromises of hosts, user credentials and sensitive data.

        This Buyer’s Essentials explains what email security gateways are, how various types work, and key features to consider when deciding whether to acquire an ESG. This Buyer’s Essentials is a guide to enterprise IT professionals, InfoSec pros and other enterprise personnel who need to review the offerings of email security gateway vendors and determine which ESG their organization needs.

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      • Insider Edition: Advanced security monitoring scrubs networks clean

        July 2015

        Includes:
        • Scour your enterprise with network security monitoring tools
        • Latest network security threats prompt one question: ‘Are we next?'
        • Endpoint security software market retools
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      • Partners and development tools bolster the AWS ecosystem

        With its partner network and enhanced development tools, Amazon Web Services is following in the footsteps of other major vendors in creating an ecosystem around its key products. This handbook provides advice on how best to explore and use the components of this expanding AWS ecosystem. Topics covered include the practicality of AWS software development kits, the burgeoning AWS partner network and strategies for choosing an integrator. Increasingly, running part or all of a business on AWS doesn’t mean going it alone. An expanding AWS ecosystem gives users more and more places to turn for assistance -- either to begin placing workloads in an AWS environment or to make better use of the public cloud once they’re up and running there.

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      • Problem Management

        This extract from Michael G Hall's book, Problem Management, an implementation guide for the real world, explains how problem management differs from incident management and looks at the differences between reactive and pro-active problem management.

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    The monthly CW Europe e-zine focuses on multiple themes relevant to the European market. CW Europe discusses key management issues for IT pros – from building a new data centre, considering cloud computing, to developing a more secure infrastructure.

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    Modern Infrastructure covers the convergence of technologies -- from cloud computing to virtualization to mobile devices -- and the impact on data centers.

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  • Does big data analytics deliver value?

    Now that more companies have big data analytics programs, new trends -- and new challenges -- are emerging. Many programs have moved out of experimentation into real production, offering a timely opportunity to learn how companies are tapping into their most massive data sources. New research examines where and how big data analytics programs have been successfully deployed, as well as plans for the future.

    In this report, discover which business departments and processes are most commonly driving big data projects, and the data types these programs are prioritizing. Learn which technologies are now considered part of big data analytics programs. It’s not all about open source tools such as Hadoop. And find out how big data analytics capabilities are delivered across organizations and the greatest challenges these programs face.

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    SearchBusinessAnalytics Benchmark Reports examine customer perceptions and adoption rates of technologies in established segments of the business intelligence (BI) market. Each Benchmark Report focuses on a specific area and surveys senior BI and IT professionals to understand the current market state for that segment of the BI market.

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  • How to choose the right email security gateway

    Email security gateways (ESGs) are an efficient tool for protecting the network of organizations of all sizes from email-borne threats. ESGs are an efficient means for preventing the delivery of email that violates an organization’s policies. These network tools are particularly important today when email from bring your own devices, which are not under enterprise control, are using the corporate network.

    All ESGs can quarantine or block email that contains detected malware, phishing attacks, spam and other malicious content. This prevents many attacks from reaching the intended recipients, which in turn reduces the compromises of hosts, user credentials and sensitive data.

    This Buyer’s Essentials explains what email security gateways are, how various types work, and key features to consider when deciding whether to acquire an ESG. This Buyer’s Essentials is a guide to enterprise IT professionals, InfoSec pros and other enterprise personnel who need to review the offerings of email security gateway vendors and determine which ESG their organization needs.

  • Partners and development tools bolster the AWS ecosystem

    With its partner network and enhanced development tools, Amazon Web Services is following in the footsteps of other major vendors in creating an ecosystem around its key products. This handbook provides advice on how best to explore and use the components of this expanding AWS ecosystem. Topics covered include the practicality of AWS software development kits, the burgeoning AWS partner network and strategies for choosing an integrator. Increasingly, running part or all of a business on AWS doesn’t mean going it alone. An expanding AWS ecosystem gives users more and more places to turn for assistance -- either to begin placing workloads in an AWS environment or to make better use of the public cloud once they’re up and running there.

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