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What to expect from Progress360 2022

July 21, 2022

EM360 August 4, 2022

5 Ways the Role of the CIO is Evolving

If we wind back 10-15 years ago, the CIO’s primary responsibility was to select and manage IT solutions. Effectively a glorified IT manager, the typical CIO carried out routine IT tasks, with perhaps some additional work in the areas of security and operations. The classic corporate CIO straddled IT and business but it was definitely a case of ‘keeping the lights on’ - purely an operational role.

 


The Next Platform July 25, 2022

Making Progress With Infrastructure As Code

It has been almost two years since infrastructure software maker Progress Software spent $220 million to buy Chef, the open source automation tech vendor Chef that was helping to fuel the “infrastructure as code” trend. The deal enables Progress to push deeper into the DevOps and DevSecOps space with a company that over a dozen years had raised more than $100 million, collected more than 700 customers, and created a business model where more than 95 percent of its revenue was recurring.

 


TechBeacon July 22, 2022

Solving for scripts: Why IT should codify its fleet

System administrators perform numerous repetitive tasks daily in a typical IT department. IT teams are always looking for better ways to automate these tasks. Scripting can help—but it can go too far.

 


Computer Weekly July 21, 2022

What to expect from Progress360 2022

Progress is a flexible company – the organization has been through (arguably) more platform-level developments than most enterprise software businesses, but in the contemporary age of cloud, data science and machine autonomy, that may be no bad thing.

 


The Edge July 19, 2022

Finding the right DX platform doesn't have to include a trade-off

Digital transformation is offering organizations of every size the promise of a new way of doing business, delivering efficiency, cost savings and the opportunity to enhance customer relations.

However, there are so many aspects to the changes digital brings to organizations that business leaders can feel overwhelmed. This is why a Digital Experience Platform (DXP) has become an essential tool for progressive companies. DXP links the IT function, business processes and marketing, but its most critical role is to enable brands to create personalized digital journeys for their customers.


The Boston Globe July 18, 2022

At the office, unrewarded work often falls to women

If there’s extra work to be done at the office, more often than not a woman ends up doing it.

Whether it’s planning a birthday party, taking notes, or serving on a committee, studies have found that women are more likely than men to take on service-oriented tasks, which usually come with little benefit to their careers. And the disparity is even more pronounced for women of color.

 


Cyber Protection Magazine July 15, 2022

Managing Cloud Security Costs

Spiralling cybersecurity costs for businesses are mainly due to the rising use of cloud services in a world where data breaches and system outages are growing in prevalence and costs. Gartner predicts that 51% of spending across application and infrastructure software, business process services and system infrastructure markets will shift to the cloud by 2025, up from 41% in 2022.

 


CMS Connected July 13, 2022

The Rise of Composable DXP

In its latest Magic Quadrant for DXP report, Gartner has placed a strong emphasis on the composable capabilities of DXP vendors. In fact, all of the vendors in the Leaders quadrant have adopted a composable suite approach that includes web content management (WCM), customer data platform (CDP), data asset management (DAM), personalization, journey orchestration, analytics, and commerce components.

 


UX Matters July 11, 2022

How to Incorporate Accessible Design Elements into Mobile Apps

Accessible design is normal design. So the designers and developers of mobile apps should not draw a line between accessible and normal or usual design. Most people are likely to experience some form of disability—either temporarily or permanently—at some point in their life. Plus, we all make use of accessibility features at times—even if we don’t think of them in that way. If you’ve ever used your mobile device’s operating system in dark mode, zoomed or adjusted the size of text in a Web browser, or dictated text into Siri, you’ve benefited from your device’s accessibility features.

 


HostingAdvice July 7, 2022

Progress Telerik UI for .NET MAUI Empowers Developers to Build Native Applications with a Focus on Built-In Accessibility

Progress prides itself on streamlining the development life cycle for application creators. Its highly customizable UI components simplify the application development process to allow developers to deploy with speed and scale. Progress also advocates for accessibility by empowering software engineers to integrate accessibility features in their applications with built-in tailored tools. Developers can leverage Telerik UI for .NET MAUI to build native apps across operating systems and all supported desktop and mobile platforms.


SecurityBrief New Zealand July 5, 2022

Progress launches latest version of network visibility solution

Progress has announced the latest release of Progress Flowmon, a network visibility and security solution.



IT Brief Asia July 5, 2022

Progress launches latest version of network visibility solution

Progress has announced the latest release of Progress Flowmon, a network visibility and security solution.

In Flowmon 12 network solution, Progress has expanded its support for public cloud provider flow log monitoring to include native flow logs from Google Cloud and Microsoft Azure and launched new and advanced features for anomaly detection.



TFiR July 4, 2022

Security Is Still An Afterthought In The Cloud-Native World

The security landscape is evolving rapidly and navigating these complexities can be difficult. Although there is a growing awareness of security and building it in at the start of the development lifecycle, this is not always the case, and getting it wrong can lead to serious setbacks. There are also differences in how security is approached from the relatively mature private cloud infrastructure perspective compared to cloud-native applications.

 


Employee Benefit News July 1, 2022

How to support your LGBTQ employees beyond Pride Month

Pride month may be over, but companies’ inclusivity efforts should march forward.

Every year on June 1st, what seems like countless companies change their brand logos to incorporate rainbows, release Pride-themed merchandise and even promote their own inclusive policies. But for employees a month-long performative Pride parade can often feel like more talk than action.

 


Cyber Magazine July 1, 2022

Executive Q&A: Phil Dunlop, VP EMEA at Progress

Phil Dunlop, VP EMEA at Progress, spoke to Cyber Magazine about the best practices when trying to keep data safe.


Cyber Protection Magazine June 24, 2022

Bridging the gap: International Women in Engineering Day

International Women in Engineering Day focuses attention on the many opportunities for women in engineering – as well as celebrating those paving the way. However, while hitting its 9th anniversary this year, still only 16.5% of engineers are women.

 

 


Legal Reader June 21, 2022

Everything You Need to Know About Protecting Legal Files but Were Afraid to Ask

Legal files documents are among the most privileged data items the world has ever seen. Security is not a wish, but a command.  


Pro Bono Australia June 21, 2022

Accessibility-first mindset needed to make tech design equitable

Accessibility and inclusion is often front of mind in design these days: think wheelchair ramps and accessible doors, for example. But when it comes to technology, some places are behind in the inclusion revolution.


Express Computer June 20, 2022

Building in an Experimental Mindset in your Product Development Process

Experimentation is at the heart of innovation and while it is the norm in creative fields, it is not always the ‘go-to’ approach in business. Many associate it with failure – while your experiment might be successful, it might also fail – and in business, no one wants to fail. Consequently, many enterprise leaders often try to stay away from it. That is the reason why true innovation happens so rarely. But to create something new and unseen, you must get out of your comfort zone and experiment without knowing what lies ahead.


Healthcare IT Today June 15, 2022

Top Healthcare IT Priorities: Implementing Zero Trust, Ensuring File Transfers are Secure, and of Course HIPAA!

Healthcare companies have a lot on their IT plate, but often neglect their most vital assets: files, documents, and records. Securing the data held within these files is the most critical hurdle, especially since these files move around like a college kid on holiday in Europe.