Be Self-Aware — It’s easy for us to think of self-awareness as only being in touch with the negatives or areas for improvement. It is super important that you have self-awareness about your whole being. This includes the good. Be truly honest with yourself about what you are good at and what might need more work. If you can see your strengths and weaknesses, it’s easier to leverage them to build confidence.
With greater amounts of data coming from more sources, organizations know more about their business than ever before—and can make more informed decisions. However, holding this increased amount of information and using it for the purposes of business intelligence and analytics comes with certain expectations—namely, adhering to privacy and security regulations. If GDPR and CCPA has taught organizations anything, it’s that privacy and security must be priority number one. That’s where Progress DataDirect can help. DataDirect Hybrid Data Pipeline was created not only with the ability to access multiple data sources and populate strategic data into your preferred BI or Analytics solutions but also with security top of mind.
Progress isn’t only the company’s name, it’s what the company wants to achieve. The same rings true for Dr. Knowles in the field of diversity and inclusion. In her role, and the first Chief Inclusion and Diversity Officer hired by Progress, she works directly with Progress’ executive leadership team and Board of Directors, serves as chair of the employee-led Inclusion and Diversity Committee, and works closely with Progress’ employee resource groups (ERGs) to develop strategies, initiatives and practices that support and advance a respectful, equitable and inclusive workplace for all employees.
Shirley Knowles, Chief I&D Officer, Progress, discusses the evolving state of Inclusion & Diversity (I&D) today, such as talent issues – like representation and pay equity and how there’s new pressure from customers and investors alike for organizations to take a stand, move the needle, and show up for inclusion in meaningful, authentic, and measurable ways.
A global survey of 606 IT, security, application development and DevOps decision-makers found that the biggest barrier to adoption of DevSecOps best practices is cultural rather than technical. However, the survey, which polled organizations with more than 500 employees and was conducted by Progress, also found only 16% of respondents planned to prioritize addressing those cultural issues in the next 12 to 18 months.
When Computer Security Day was started in 1988, few could have imagined just how vital cybersecurity would become. As technology has advanced, cyber crime has evolved right alongside it, and now costs the UK economy around £27 billion each year.
Our personal and professional lives are fundamentally shaped by technology, and there is, to a growing extent, an increased reliance on cloud computing for remote work today.
Talk about failures. They are a great source of valuable learnings. If you had one successful launch and three other projects that never saw the light of day, talk about all four. Because if you don’t, that will persist the cultural narrative that we should only go after success, not growth.
To advance in a technology-focused career, it's important to embrace the practice of DevOps, which take collaboration and automation to a whole new level. However, despite years of work and yes, hype, most DevOps practitioners are not happy with the state of DevOps within their organizations.
Organizations are struggling to improve DevSecOps practices as they confront a lack of cultural alignment and investment, according to a global Progress survey of more than 600 IT, security, application development and DevOps decision-makers.
Many companies are behind in achieving their DevOps and DevSecOps goals, with 73% of organizations saying they could be doing more.
New research from Progress reveals that 73 percent of IT decision makers admit more could be done to improve their DevSecOps practices, with many organizations behind in their goals.
Progress, a trusted provider of application development and infrastructure software, has announced the results of its 2022 survey, DevSecOps: Simplifying Complexity in a Changing World.
More than 600 IT, security, application development and DevOps decision makers, working for 500+-employee organizations globally, including in Australia, shared insights into the level of DevSecOps maturity and challenges faced across their organizations.
For engineers, delivery of the all-digital experience is often the name of the game. In 2023, capitalizing on tech innovation to optimize manpower and instill trust in people-centric experiences is what’s going to make or break an organization.
Progress has published the results of its 2022 survey, “DevSecOps: Simplifying Complexity in a Changing World.” More than 600 IT, security, application development and DevOps decision makers globally shared insights into the level of DevSecOps maturity and challenges faced across their organizations.
Since 2003, The Boston Club has been tracking the number of women in leadership positions at Massachusetts' largest companies.
The organization publishes a report each year that tracks the number of women serving as board directors and executive officers at the 100 largest Massachusetts public companies based on net revenues. Compiled in partnership with Bentley University, using the Business Journal's list of the state's 100 largest public companies, this information is pulled from filings to the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Some 15 years after becoming a thing, DevSecOps is lagging in the enterprise, primarily held back by organizational culture.
That's a main takeaway from a new survey-based research study from Progress, a company known for its developer tooling which became a major DevSecOps player with the 2020 acquisition of Chef.
According to the latest survey by Progress “DevSecOps: Simplifying Complexity in a Changing World”, many companies are behind in achieving their DevOps and DevSecOps goals: 73% of organizations said they could be doing more, 76% acknowledge they need to be more strategic about how they manage DevSecOps, and 17% still consider themselves at an exploratory and proof-of-concept stage.
Last month saw employers up and down the country observe the annual National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) – a celebration of the positive contribution that America’s workers with disabilities make, both past, present and (hopefully), future.
With the heightened regulatory and investor focus on Environmental, Social and Governance disclosure, ESG might seem like an unrelenting wave. However, peel away the acronyms and it is really just a new way of capturing concepts that have been around for a long time.
Phil Dunlop, VP EMEA Strategy at Progress, outlines the benefits that can be unlocked by utilizing a load balancing solution.