Platform businesses are reshaping our economy and disrupting entire markets by seamlessly connecting buyers and sellers. However, processing payments and the exchange of value on a platform or marketplace can be challenging.
Stripe commissioned Forrester Consulting to evaluate the challenges that platforms and their sellers face, and the solutions they seek. Through a global online survey of 2,030 platform sellers and four in-depth interviews, Forrester found that platforms struggle to provide their sellers with much-needed payment capabilities, reporting, and customer support services with in-house resources alone. Meanwhile, sellers demand that platforms provide these services and will prefer platforms that are service-rich over platforms that are service-poor.
• The complexities of managing a platform force executives to divert resources, which stalls growth.
• Going global is easier said than done.
• Sellers will flock to platforms that simplify the process of sellin
Entro il 2030, il mercato eolico offshore dovrebbe valere 30 miliardi di sterline all'anno. Passando rapidamente al 2050, si prevede che il settore contribuirà per almeno un terzo alla fornitura globale di elettricità.
Anche se questa è una grande notizia per le aziende produttrici di energia elettrica, recenti ricerche hanno dimostrato che i costi associati alla manutenzione dei parchi eolici raddoppieranno tra il 2015 e il 2020.
Assicurarsi un proprio posto nel futuro mix energetico, proteggere il valore e la potenza delle turbine eoliche attraverso una manutenzione efficace si rivelerà fondamentale per realizzare un vantaggio competitivo.
Ci sono passi che è possibile compiere ora, per ridurre i costi di manutenzione oggi e mantenerli bassi in futuro.
Shell Omala S5 Wind 320 - olio per ingranaggi sintetico avanzato per turbine eoliche contribuisce a garantire un lavoro più duro e più lungo delle turbine eoliche, anche nelle condizioni più difficili.
Shell Omala S5 Wind 320…
Published By: Blackberry
Published Date: Jul 12, 2019
Law firms have received two dramatic wake-up calls about the vital importance of data
security in the last two years. First, there was the leak of 11.5 million documents from
offshore law firm Mossack Fonseca, known as the Panama Papers, which became public
Then came the massive cyberattack on prominent global law firm DLA Piper
in the summer of 2017.2
As we will explore, despite the industry’s aversion to media
coverage of such attacks, less-visible breaches involving the legal profession are being
reported worldwide in ever-increasing numbers.
Published By: Experian
Published Date: Aug 29, 2019
As organizations and consumers increasingly interact over digital channels, both parties must find ways to establish mutual trust. Experian’s Global Identity and Fraud Report Asia-Pacific (APAC) edition highlights that trusted online relationships are based on businesses providing both a secure environment and seamless consumer experiences. With insights from almost 6,000 APAC consumers, the report found that majority (71%) value ‘security’ as the most important element of an online experience, followed by ‘convenience’ (20%) and ‘personalisation’ (9%).
Download the complete 2019 Asia-Pacific Identity and Fraud Report for more details.
US based automobile had multiple ServiceNow instances across multiple companies along with non-standardization of tools and processes. LTI helped in implementing end to end ServiceNow modules including ITSM, ITOM: Orchestration + Event Management thereby achieving high scalability in integrated processes across globe.
i. Brief – US based automobile had no asset management and CMDB discovery which lead to longer procurement lifecycles. LTI implemented end to end ServiceNow and operational support using global delivery model. Also helped in optimising integrations after reviewing license consumptions which then helped in reducing the process implementation to mere 2.5 months
1. Hybrid process governance helped reduction in TCO by 25%
2. Reduction in number of licenses by 20% using integration with SharePoint
The first-ever Global Digital Transformation Benefits Report is here. The report analyzes 230 customer stories and 330 data points to provide concrete evidence on digitization's disruptive potential. It examines how digital transformation has driven CapEx and OpEx savings, sustainability initiatives, equipment uptime, and other key business goals. It also includes stories from 34 of our customers, including how:
• Tata Power, an Indian power company, cut power restoration times from hours to seconds.
• New Belgium Brewing, a US beer company, cut downtime by 50%.
• Vitens, a Dutch water utility, shrank deployment times by 65%.
Published By: Nutanix
Published Date: Aug 22, 2019
Today, companies of all sizes face growing threats from shifting consumer habits, global competitors, and well-funded startups.
Digital transformation, cloud computing, and the dynamic nature of global business have changed business expectations, making
IT an essential driver of revenue and an ever more critical part of your business. Your IT team is looking for ways to accelerate
the adoption of digital technologies to increase customer engagement, streamline business processes, and gain a sustainable
Rapid change is underway in the world of digital government. This is not only being driven by huge advances in technology, but also a global community unified by new thinking, bold ideas, and cost-effective, scalable solutions.
Global fashion powerhouse Perry Ellis International upgraded from a six-year-old CRM system. In this guidebook, follow their journey to gaining a comprehensive view of consumer shopping behavior in an accelerated seven-week, implementation-to-launch period.
"Global professional services firm, Arup, moved from Cisco Cloud Web Security (CWS) to Cisco Umbrella. By implementing a secure internet gateway in conjunction with next-gen endpoint security, Arup secured access to the internet wherever users go, reduced its exposure to malware and improved the ability to detect, respond and remediate when necessary.
-Substantially reduced administrative time
-Accelerated response and remediation process
-Increased performance of cloud applications
-Reduced time to investigate"
“We ruled out Zscaler due to its overly complex architecture and PAC file requirements. The ongoing management would have been a nightmare.” - Marc Tournier, Information Security and Compliance Manager (CISO), Avril Group
We have covered a great risk in the web attack vector of ransomware, and greatly improved our user experience in regards to Internet connectivity. -Jason Hancock, Global Senior Network Engineer, Octapharma
“We liked that Umbrella’s intelligent proxy would give us granular protection without the performance impact of a traditional web proxy.” - Torben Olsen, Corporate Information Security Manager, Lundbeck
AI is not a trend! Cisco has been doing it for years to help businesses across the globe quickly and easily identify banking trojans, botnets, phishing and ransomware. In this recorded webinar, we go beyond the hype.
Connected Intelligence in Insurance
Insurance as we know it is transforming dramatically, thanks to capabilities brought about by new technologies such as machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI).
Download this IDC Analyst Infobrief to learn about how the new breed of insurers are becoming more personalized, more predictive, and more real-time than ever.
What you will learn:
The insurance industry's global digital trends, supported by data and analysis
What capabilities will make the insurers of the future become disruptors in their industry
Notable leaders based on IDC Financial Insights research and their respective use cases
Essential guidance from IDC
Published By: Tricentis
Published Date: Aug 19, 2019
Think back just 5 years ago. In 2014…
• The seminal DevOps book—Gene Kim’s The Phoenix Project—was one year old
• Gartner predicted that 25% of Global 2000 enterprises would adopt DevOps to some extent by 20161
• "Continuous Testing” just started appearing in industry publications and conferences2
• Many of today’s popular test frameworks were brand new—or not yet released
• The term “microservices” was just entering our lexicon
• QC/UFT and ALM were still sold by HP (not even HPE yet)
• Only 30% of enterprise software testing was performed fully “in house”3
• There was no GDPR restricting the use of production data for software testing
• Packaged apps were typically updated on an annual or semi-annual basis and modern platforms like
SAP S/4HANA and Salesforce Lightning hadn’t even been announced
Times have changed—a lot. If the way that you’re testing hasn’t already transformed dramatically, it will soon.
And the pace and scope of disruption will continue to escalate throughout the fo
The days of data being narrowly defined as highly structured information from a few specific sources is long gone. Replacing that notion is the reality of a wide variety of data types coming from multiple sources, internal and external, to an organization. All of it is in service of providing everyone from IT, to line-of-business (LOB) employees, to C-level executives with insights that can have an immediate and transformative impact.
Digital transformation is a business enabler, one that also translates to an increase in the demand for greater storage capacity and performance. This increasing demand requires IT organizations to re-examine their data storage strategy as the growth in capacity doesn’t align with a shrinking IT budget. To support the growth of the business and remain competitive in a global digital market, CIOs are asked more than ever to “do more with less,” while improving performance and availability at the same time.
Published By: Dell EMC
Published Date: Aug 01, 2019
Software might run the world, but software still runs on hardware. It’s a misperception that hardware has little value anymore. Every application, every workload, every data set runs on physical servers.
Read “Hardware Does Matter: Global Server Brands are Perceived as Superior for Driving Digital Business,” a Frost & Sullivan report of 500 IT decision makers, on the value of global server brands vs. commodity servers.
Look beyond commodity status to discover:
• Key server purchase criteria
• How top brands directly compare
• How to choose based on workload
Server brands very significantly, and a commodity brand may not provide the outcomes you need, especially for new and next-generation applications. Download this analyst report from Dell EMC and Intel® to learn more.
Endesa is a leading energy company in Spain and Portugal with around 10,000 employees, providing services for over 11 million customers. The company is committed to spreading a more sustainable energy culture and strives to be at the forefront of the technological transformation of the energy industry. To meet this goal, Endesa joined the Enel Group in 2009, a multinational energy company and leading integrated operator in the global electricity and gas markets, with a particular focus on European and Latin American markets.
A Endesa é uma empresa líder em energia na Espanha e em Portugal, com cerca de 10.000 funcionários, prestando serviços para mais de 11 milhões de clientes. A empresa está comprometida em difundir uma cultura energética mais sustentável e busca estar na vanguarda da transformação tecnológica do setor de energia. Para atingir esse objetivo, a Endesa se uniu ao Grupo Enel em 2009, uma empresa multinacional de energia e operadora líder nos mercados globais de eletricidade e gás, com foco especial nos mercados europeu e latino-americano.
Endesa es una compañía de energía líder en España y Portugal con alrededor de 10,000 empleados, que provee servicios a más de 11 millones de clientes. La empresa tiene el compromiso de promover una cultura energética más sustentable y busca estar a la vanguardia en la transformación tecnológica de la industria energética. Para cumplir con este objetivo, Endesa se unió al Enel Group en 2009, una firma energética multinacional y el operador líder en los mercados globales de electricidad y gas, con un enfoque particular en los mercados europeos y latinoamericanos.
Published By: Iovation
Published Date: Aug 02, 2019
The digitalization of business processes and the advent of mobile computing have given rise to the next generation of fraud. Cybercriminals have a variety of tools and techniques—as well as opportunities—to steal money and services. Furthermore, traditional fraud prevention tools often fail to stop this fraudulent activity.
Companies need a new approach to fraud prevention—one that stops fraud early and preserves the user experience. Companies with an online presence must have the ability to:
Detect and respond to fraudulent activity before incurring losses
Leverage human insight and machine learning to identify advanced fraud
Work with other fraud analysts to identify larger fraud trends and stop cybercriminals on a global scale
Block more fraud while reducing fraud prevention costs
This book explores how companies can leverage a next-generation fraud prevention solution to stop more fraud while reducing costs and providing a positive user experience for trusted customers.