Break Free From the Iron Triangle

April 16, 2020

The Iron Triangle or, as it is more commonly known, the project management triangle has influenced project teams for years. Summed up as “fast, good, or cheap.pick two,” the concept asserts that there are firm
boundaries on what is possible to produce. The triangle metaphor implies there is no way to provide goods or services that are simultaneously on budget, on time, and of high quality because of the competing nature of
these priorities.

Spotlight

Azuga, Inc

Azuga’s connected vehicle solutions are disrupting traditional markets for GPS Vehicle Tracking and Road Usage Charging. In 2013, Azuga shook up the traditional GPS vehicle tracking market with industry-first price points, a social approach to Telematics, easy-install hardware, lifetime warranties and no contract terms. The company’s cloud-based, plug and play, next generation GPS and Driver Behavior technology can begin tracking fleets in as little as 30 seconds and for less than 70 cents per day per vehicle.

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Modern IT Management With AIOps

whitePaper | September 13, 2022

Companies are going digital, whether their IT infrastructure is ready or not. Digital transformation initiatives like migrating to cloud promise speed, adaptability and reduced costs to effectively respond to today’s real-time, customer-focused world.

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A Blueprint for Equity and Inclusion in Artificial Intelligence

whitePaper | June 28, 2022

Artificial intelligence (AI) has been accelerating across sectors. It has great potential to benefit society but the technology’s full potential can only be realized if it includes the diversity of the populations it represents throughout every step of its development. With growing concerns about bias, data privacy and lack of representation, it is critical to re-evaluate the way in which AI is both designed and deployed to ensure that all affected stakeholders and communities reap the benefits of the technology, rather than any harm.

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TOP 5 REASONS TO PUT PRIVILEGE FIRST

whitePaper | July 20, 2020

Privileged access is the gateway to an organization’s most valuable assets and is at the core of nearly every major security breach. Organizations must have a strategy in place to manage and monitor privileged access, as well as detect and respond to threats if they’d like to mitigate risk from today’s advanced attacks. Your application stack and infrastructure is likely quite complex and it can be hard to identify which assets are the most sensitive. And there is a never-ending supply of vendors knocking down your door competing for your time and attention. These two realities make it increasingly difficult to identify which security project to tackle next. When thinking about how to prioritize, it is advantageous to take a step back and think about your businesses goals, albeit in a slightly different way: try to envision what you would be looking for if you were an external attacker or malicious insider looking to steal sensitive data, commit Ransomware, or use your infrastructure for illicit cryptomining.

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WHY MACHINE LEARNING IS THE FUTURE OFPREDICTIVE AND INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE

whitePaper | July 10, 2020

There’s no arguing that preventing failures and accidents is critical for industry. Unexpected incidents can grind operations to a halt for extended periods of time and necessitate expensive repairs. Just 12 hours of downtime for an oil production platform could cost six to eight million dollars in lost production opportunity alone. A single day of grounding for a plane costs roughly four to five million dollars. Because of these disruptions, industrial sectors are always on the lookout for newer, better maintenance methods, and the approach on everyone’s lips right now is predictive maintenance. While everyone agrees on the name, there is less consensus on what it means or how to implement it. But to truly unlock the potential of predictive maintenance, it needs to be paired with artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML).

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Unleash data and AI forcompetitive advantageReady your data for AIand multicloud

whitePaper | January 10, 2020

Instead of following a set of rote, preprogrammed instructions, AI enables machines to learn, and then “act,” on information. Your voice-activated phone, technologies such as speech and image recognition, autonomous vehicles, the smart devices in your home—all of these advances were made possible by AI technology. AI also marks a fundamental advancement in critical, often time-consuming, business processes. It’s poised to dramatically enhance human decision-making and improve an organization’s ability to make predictions, automate business practices, and optimize logistics.

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Why Better Mac Security Starts with Cloud Identity

whitePaper | August 17, 2020

For years, employees drove to an office, opened their computer, logged onto a corporate network with their username and password and got on with their workday. But working standard hours in a fixed office location is becoming more and more rare. In fact, a report by Gallup found that 43 percent of American employees work remotely.1 This growing mobile workforce requires the same, secure access to resources as their onsite counterparts — without connecting to the corporate network. And both onsite and remote employees need secure ways to access the expanding number of applications and resources that are hosted in the cloud. To accommodate, enterprise technology and IT practices must adapt.

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Spotlight

Azuga, Inc

Azuga’s connected vehicle solutions are disrupting traditional markets for GPS Vehicle Tracking and Road Usage Charging. In 2013, Azuga shook up the traditional GPS vehicle tracking market with industry-first price points, a social approach to Telematics, easy-install hardware, lifetime warranties and no contract terms. The company’s cloud-based, plug and play, next generation GPS and Driver Behavior technology can begin tracking fleets in as little as 30 seconds and for less than 70 cents per day per vehicle.

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