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AMA Research have added latest edition of survey study on Static Application Security Testing Software Market with 100+ market data Tables, Pie Chat, Graphs & Figures spread through Pages and easy to understand detailed analysis. At present, the market is developing its presence. The Research report presents a complete assessment of the Market and contains a future trend, current growth factors, attentive opinions, facts, and industry validated market data. The research study provides estimates for Static Application Security Testing Software Forecast till 2025*. Some are the key players taken under coverage for this study is Veracode (United States), Hewlett Packard Enterprises (United States), Synopsys (United States), IBM Corporation (United States), WhiteHat Security (United States), Qualys (United States), Checkmarx (Israel), Acunetix (Malta), Rapid7 (United States) and Trustwave (United States).
If garnering the full value of business information and data assets were important for companies prior to COVID-19, it will be absolutely imperative as businesses begin to recover and heal in the wake of the pandemic. How IT vendors respond to the needs of their customers and partners, and what innovations they offer to speed the process, will help determine how well organizations survive and succeed.
Those are points explored in a new blog by Kamran Amini, VP and GM of Lenovo’s Data Center Group (DCG) that considers modern business and market evolution, and how Lenovo is aiding “data-centered” enterprise customers with mission-critical high-performance data analytics (HPDA) systems. Let’s consider how Lenovo DCG is aiding its clients.
The driving force of business data
Amini prepares the ground for HPDA with some familiar discussion points. Continuing exponential information growth (with the global datasphere expected to quintuple in the next half-decade) is
Ping Identity Holding Corp. (NYSE: PING) (“Ping Identity”), the Intelligent Identity solution for the enterprise, today announced that it has acquired Symphonic Software, a leader in dynamic authorization for protecting APIs, data, apps and resources through identity. Dynamic authorization gives IT teams ultimate flexibility to control what users can see and do, enabling enterprises to more easily prevent fraud, improve cybersecurity, and comply with regulations.
Over the past two years Ping Identity and Symphonic have enjoyed a collaborative and successful partnership, pairing Symphonic’s authorization platform with Ping’s data privacy and consent products. The Ping Identity and Symphonic solution allows enterprises to centralize administration and enforcement to critical resources and data for all types of users, applications and devices in a language that is easily understood. The solution also gives enterprises the ability to address the scalability and performance requirements they need to secure access to critical resources and data.
Honeywell has launched its System Model H1, a quantum computer with a quantum volume of 128, as well as a cloud API that makes it available to enterprises.
System Model H1 is also accessible through Microsoft Azure Quantum and via channel partners Zapata Computing and Cambridge Quantum Computing. Access to System Model H1 is available via subscription.
Honeywell has made a splash in quantum computing as it looks to expand industrial usage of the technology. System Model H1 includes Honeywell’s quantum charge coupled device (QCCD) trapped ion technology as well as 10 fully-connected qubits. The system is designed to be continuously upgraded and utilizes Honeywell’s intellectual property in precision controls.
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Tony Uttley, president of Honeywell Quantum Solutions, said System Model H1 leverages a subscription model
ISG Provider Lens™ report sees automation growing in the Brazil contact center market, even as customers still want the human touch
SÃO PAULO, Brazil, Oct. 27, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Enterprises in Brazil are looking for contact center providers that can offer advanced services such as chat bots and artificial intelligence-powered systems, according to a new report published today by Information Services Group (ISG) (Nasdaq: III), a leading global technology research and advisory firm.
The 2020 ISG Provider Lens™ Contact Center – Customer Experience Services Report for Brazil finds local players dominating the Brazil contact center market, although they’re seeing competition from European providers. Outsourced operations at contact centers employ more than one million people in Brazil.
While Brazilian companies are looking for intelligent interactive voice response systems, chat bots, and AI-powered contact centers, the country has a shortage of trained and experienced workers in data science, statistics, and AI
The Covid-19 crisis caused many issues and wreaked havoc across enterprises, but for software development teams, it led to a dramatic laser-sharp focus on what the business needs and delivering as fast as possible. For many software teams in recent months, the emphasis of their work has shifted to support for the “contactless” enterprise, with an emphasis on digital transformation, DevOps, and automation.
That’s the word from a survey of 347 software professionals and managers, published by Accelerated Strategies Group for CloudBees, conducted in August-September. The majority of respondents, 63%, note that digital transformation objectives have significantly or somewhat increased in priority. Other priorities, including business automation (62%) and the need for investment in creating contactless services (60%) have significantly or somewhat increased.
The Covid-19 crisis also raised a sense of importance on other priorities: 52% of respondents say they increased their focus on DevOps initiatives and