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Business Insider March 18, 2022

25 HR leaders building the world's most innovative, inclusive workplaces amid upheaval in corporate America

Insider recently undertook a search for human-resources leaders executing the most creative and ambitious plans for their companies.

For a third year in a row, we asked our readers to tell us about HR stars. Then, we picked 25 who really impressed us. We looked for execs who bettered their companies through new policies regarding worker safety and wellness amid the pandemic, the "Great Resignation," and louder calls for diversity and inclusion. These talent professionals work across industries and at organizations of all sizes, including Cisco, Meta, and Wiley.

DevOps.com March 17, 2022

Managing Endpoint Compliance-as-Code

The rapid pace of modern software delivery and increasing fleet sizes have transformed how organizations see and handle security strategies. Compliance-as-code is required for today’s organizations that need security as a fundamental part of business processes. It is no longer possible to manually manage compliance with dedicated security teams.

iTWire March 16, 2022

Progress updates Sitefinity DX

Sitefinity DX 14.1 supports .Net 6 to speed up frontend development and cross-platform deployment.

"Bringing our latest .Net technology to Sitefinity DX, Progress empowers engineering teams to develop, deploy and debug under any platform of choice and accelerate time to market by leveraging .Net 6," said Microsoft .Net marketing director Beth Massi.

DigitalCFO Asia March 11, 2022

Network Security for Financial Institutions

A whopping 35% of all data breaches impact Financial Services organizations, according to Forbes. These companies contain a treasure trove of valuable data, and intensely complex financial IT systems with their huge number of interconnections offer ample ways for cybercriminals to break in.

“Financial services firms are 300 times more likely than other companies to be targeted by a cyberattack,” the Boston Consulting Group argued. “Dealing with those attacks and their aftermath carries a higher cost for banks and wealth managers than for any other sector.”

Business News Week March 10, 2022

Hyderabad Companies Helps the City Maintain its Place as Best City to Work

Time and again, Hyderabad has achieved the title of being the best city to live in, in India. From being ranked as the ‘The best Indian city to live in’ by ‘Mercer’s Quality of Living Ranking’ for five consecutive years (2015-19) to being ranked as the best city to live and work in India by ‘Holidify.com’ in 2020, Hyderabad has marched towards being the best place to work in, in India as well.

Intelligent CIO Europe March 8, 2022

How can CIOs remain innovative while upskilling talent?

There has never been a more important time for the CIO to develop their team members for their personal growth and deliver innovative solutions to the company. We’re in the middle of major shifts in workplace practices with pressures caused by the Great Resignation and tighter budgets. Companies and teams are demanding more – more flexibility, more efficiency, more security.

WeAreTechWomen March 8, 2022

International Women’s Day 2022: Overcoming unconscious bias for a more equal future

International Women’s Day has been raising awareness and striving for gender equality for 111 years.

Whilst much has been achieved in this time, Shirley Knowles, Chief Inclusion and Diversity Officer at Progress, reminds us why such a day is still so important in 2022: “International Women’s Day is meant to celebrate women and recognize their achievements. For too long, women have been left out of the history books and decision-making conversations, and that is especially true for the STEM fields. Names like Rosalind Franklin, Katherine Johnson and Mae C. Jemison should be just as recognisable as Steve Jobs. Women’s contributions to the STEM fields should be acknowledged and praised, and we need to continue this momentum for all girls and women pursuing these fields. And how do we do that? By investing in them"

Intelligent CIO March 8, 2022

Giving women a seat at the table this International Women's Day

This International Women’s Day, Intelligent CXO spoke to 11 members of the technology industry, from a variety of roles and backgrounds, to hear how we can truly #BreakTheBias this year.

Solutions Review March 4, 2022

What’s Changed: 2022 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Digital Experience Platforms

Analyst house Gartner, Inc. recently released the 2022 version of its Magic Quadrant for Digital Experience Platforms. Digital Experience Platforms (DXP) include technologies designed to support organizations by digitizing aspects of their business to provide better customer experiences. These technologies have evolved from CMS, WCM, portal servers, and commerce servers. While the 2022 version of the report is not yet available on Gartner’s website, you can find the 2021 iteration here.

Channel Life Australia March 1, 2022

Progress recognized in Gartner Magic Quadrant for DXP solution

Progress has been named as one of 16 vendors in the 2022 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Digital Experience Platforms.

The evaluation was based on specific criteria that analyzed the company's overall completeness of vision and ability to execute on its Progress Sitefinity DX digital experience platform.

Gartner states it considers a digital experience platform (DXP) to be a well-integrated and cohesive set of technologies designed to enable the composition, management, delivery and optimization of contextualized digital experiences across multi experience customer journeys.

IT Brief Asia March 1, 2022

Progress Recognized in Gartner Magic Quadrant for DXP solution

Progress has been named as one of 16 vendors in the 2022 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Digital Experience Platforms.

CPO Magazine February 25, 2022

Security Monitoring Must Do’s for Financial Institutions – How Visibility Helps Find and Prevent Breaches and Maintain Compliance

It is no surprise that cybercriminals are after the money and financial institutions have plenty of it lying around. Financial data is irresistible, and hackers have a field day attacking complex financial IT systems boasting more connections than a Hollywood agent. The attack surface is huge with countless paths to follow.

Finance Digest February 24, 2022

Choosing the best Digital Experience Platform (DXP) in financial services

Digital experiences play a different role in different industries and the financial services industry has its own specific set of needs to engage with customers. With the surge in customers banking online when branches closed during the pandemic, customers are now more digital-savvy than ever, with research by RFi Group revealing that 73% of British consumers are now using e-banking methods. Brand reputation now rests almost entirely on users’ digital experiences. The direct correlation of digital experience to business success cannot be underestimated by financial services organizations.

Enterprise Management 360 February 22, 2022

DevOps, Low-Code and RPA: Pros and Cons of low-code for effective enterprise solutions

A critical shortage of developers is expected to hit businesses hard in 2022, with 86% of IT decision makers citing lack of developers as their biggest challenge. Digital transformations worldwide have created an unprecedented demand for skilled software developers and IT professionals. In April 2021 alone, there were nearly 10,000 vacancies for software developers (9,783) compared to 5,630 at the same time last year. Organisations lacking the right talent will need to look within their existing teams for solutions to complete these digital missions.

Toolbox IT February 16, 2022

Why Are Organizations Adopting GitOps for Continuous Deployment in 2022?

To develop infrastructure as code, a DevOps engineer will most likely produce files (such as YAML) locally and put the code in a git repository, which offers him version control for IaC and allows other team members to retrieve and participate. However, while making changes to the code, we may not have a clear protocol in place – such as pull requests, code reviews, or collaboration to discuss modifications made by other team members. It’s even difficult to figure out who did what. Even automated tests to run the codes in repositories are lacking. All of these errors, as well as others, eventually end up in the development environment.

Forbes February 15, 2022

Monitoring And Security In A Hybrid, Multicloud World

In my November 2021 article, I outlined how the digital transformation in many organizations had accelerated due to work-from-home mandates. The rapid changes seen as IT teams worked to deliver access to staff working from home drove the uptake of cloud services and SaaS applications from multiple suppliers. These changes did a lot to eliminate the concept of a well-defined and secure network perimeter.

Technology Decisions February 14, 2022

DevOps and DevSecOps: what's on the cards for 2022?

In the past year, there have been incredible efforts from Australian organizations to digitize and innovate. As a result, developers have become an intrinsic part of organizations' digital agenda delivery.

BetaNews February 13, 2022

Bridging the security gap in the software development life cycle

The timeliness of security checks during the software testing process is critical to more rapid and higher quality software development and yielding higher returns. Yet DevOps and security have historically struggled to integrate in the software development life cycle (SDLC). According to a Gartner study, through 2022, 90 percent  of software development projects plan to follow DevSecOps practices, up from 40 percent  in 2019.

WeAreTechWomen February 11, 2022

International Day of Women and Girls in Science: How to support women in STEM

It’s no secret that there remains a significant gender gap in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) industries.

Women make up only 24% of those in the sector, despite progress in recent years. As Dr Shirley Knowles, Chief Inclusion and Diversity Officer at Progress points out, not only are women put off joining the sector, they “are often paid less and don’t get the same level of recognition as their male counterparts,” once in it.

Diversity Q February 11, 2022

Lessons from International Day of Women and Girls in Science

Over the last few years, conversations have started opening up about gender inequality and discrimination faced by women in education and work. This is naturally a great first step, but there is a danger of creating complacency around the subject.