4 Phases to Implement an Effective Security Infrastructure

As regulatory requirements continue to multiply, information security policies must meet the needs of your business without the crippling effect of bureaucracy. Here's how to establish an effective security infrastructure which will keep your IT organization high-performing and your business secure.

How Mature Are Your Analytics?

Are you having trouble accessing the data you need? Or spending too much time accessing and assembling it? Or are you simply waiting for the data and analytics to tell you what to do? Your answer will determine where your organization is on the analytics maturity model, and where you may want to go next.

Is Your Organization’s Information Safe?

If you work for a company with ~50+ employees, you may start to wonder why your IT team is so busy and unable to respond to support requests more quickly. Well, not only are they chipping away at a mountain of user requests, but they're also working to safeguard the organization’s information from many threats.

What is Application Interface Services?

Oracle offers thousands of technology products, but in my humble opinion, the Application Interface Services (AIS) platform is by far one of their most exciting contributions to date. Here is an overview of what AIS is and how you can put it to work inside your organization.

The Benefits of Implementing LDAP in EnterpriseOne

Connecting LDAP to your EnterpriseOne environment increases the speed and efficiency of your systems. Here are answers to the common questions surrounding this implementation. 

The Potential of Quantum Computing

The full potential of Quantum Computing is still off in the future, but its ability to radically alter how we interact with data has scientist around the world pushing for the next breakthrough. 

Microsoft BI: From Excel to Power BI

Gartner's latest Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence software ranks Microsoft as the Leader. Here's how their Power BI solution emerged as the evolution of Excel, along with some clarity on the various components and product names which Microsoft has been using.