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People use software. It’s probably why they get called users. But whichever apps and functions and services we might have engaged with or been exposed to inside any given day, we rarely sit back and share our enjoyment ranking for a piece of technology with our partners, colleagues or indeed the organization that built the code in the first place.
Progress announced the latest release of Progress Sitefinity DX 14.4 with new features to help organizations modernize their digital experiences including enhanced behavioral analysis, expanded conversational interfaces, and a high-performance frontend backed by .NET 7.
Progress announced the release of Progress Sitefinity 14.4.
Progress Sitefinity is at the center of Progress’ composable digital experience platform (DXP), which empowers organizations to create personalized digital experiences across multiple digital channels and drive effective digital transformation strategies.
ChatGPT is making all the headlines these days, and beyond impacting organizations and consumers at large, it is starting to have a significant impact on and raising questions across the developer community.
As cyber-attacks increase and breaches are more a ‘when’ rather than an ‘if,” organizations are continually strategizing to stay ahead of threat actors. The Government’s Cyber Security Breaches Survey 2022 revealed that over a 12-month period, 39% of UK businesses identified a cyber-attack, but identifying suspicious activity is more critical than ever.
Application development and infrastructure software provider Progress is offering free online training and certification for users of its OpenEdge application development platform.
Progress has announced a free online training and certification program for Progress OpenEdge, the flagship application development platform used by more than 100,000 enterprises across the globe to simplify the delivery of mission-critical business applications.
Across the Asia Pacific region, cyber threats have continued to plague organisations big and small, disrupting operations and exposing sensitive info to malicious actions.
Although load balancers are recognized as integral to IT infrastructure, organizations must also see them as essential to security architecture. Larry Goldman, director of product marketing at Progress, shares why load balancers should be part of a company’s defense against cyberattacks.
As Digital Transformation continues to gather pace, CIOs are looking for new ways to empower their teams to succeed now and in the future. Since the collaborative development and operations approach DevOps extended to the concept of DevSecOps nearly 25 years ago, the idea behind it was to embed security to drive more rapid development of quality software. And never have we needed this so much as today, across all industries.
This year's official theme for International Women's Day is "DigitAll: innovation and technology for gender equality", with the intention to shed a light on the importance of education in the digital age for empowering all women and girls.
I couldn't agree more with this theme, and that's because we have reached a stage in the gender equality fight that requires us to go beyond simply including women more.
2022 has been a landmark year for companies across sectors and geographies. For one, it has marked a return to a new normal and a resumption to some extent of ‘business as usual’. And yet or exactly due to the revving up of the market and the business ecosystem after a two-year hiatus, 2022 has also been witness to a high incidence of cybersecurity attacks. A recent study, which analyzed over 1,400 applications and over 829 million cyber-attacks that were successfully blocked in Q4 of 2022, found 59 percent of Indian websites had been hacked. This makes India one of the top targets for cybercriminals and the industries primarily targeted are banking, insurance, other finance companies, IT services and manufacturing companies.
This year’s International Women’s Day theme is ‘Embrace Equity’, which aims to get the world talking about why “equal opportunities are no longer enough.”
Whilst it sounds an awful lot like equality, to be equitable means organizations need to look deeper into their business practices and design processes that are tailored to the employee’s diverse individual needs.
IT performance and security depend on the robust monitoring. There are many ways to get there.
Prashanth Nanjundappa, VP of Product Management, Progress, discusses the findings of the company’s recent DevSecOps report – the good news is that everyone recognizes the benefits of combining DevOps and Security; however, many organizations have more work to do when it comes to putting in place the necessary collaboration, skills and management building blocks that are key to DevSecOps’ success.
The decision to integrate NetOps and DevOps teams has been a topic of contention among experts. Some experts believe NetOps and DevOps team consolidation could help improve network operations management; others argue NetOps and DevOps teams should be in close communication but don't need to combine into a single team. However, another reason has emerged to support the idea of unifying NetOps and DevOps teams: load balancing.
Progress, an organization that has been around for over 40 years, had two of its best years ever in 2021 and 2022 immediately following the COVID-19 pandemic the year before. How was the organization able to rebound so quickly? According to President and CEO Yogesh Gupta, it all comes down to people and how they are treated.
When IT professionals think about IT infrastructure, they conjure images of routers, switches, WANs, disk arrays and lots and lots of end points. When end users think about IT, they imagine their laptop or workstation and all the apps that run on them or in the cloud. To them, it is all about the applications and how the software performs.
Progress announced it has completed the acquisition of MarkLogic, a leader in complex data and semantic metadata management and a Vector Capital portfolio company.
Progress announced the completion of the acquisition of MarkLogic, a leader in complex data and semantic metadata management and a Vector Capital portfolio company. It is also another major milestone in Progress’ Total Growth Strategy.