The changing IT landscapeIn addition to building up their cybersecurity protocols, SMBs must deal with growing amounts of data to manage and an increase in the number and types of devices to support. In many cases, this increase is the result of bring-your-own-device (BYOD) initiatives, where employees may be using a wide range of technological solutions. This, of course, brings its own security issues, including potential for data theft and malware infiltration. These organizations are distributing applications to the cloud, and as such, must ensure they are managing and supporting these additional intricacies with both on-premises IT equipment and potentially multiple public cloud environments. … [Read more...] about Cyberattacks: where can small businesses turn to for help?
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Ryan Aytay: Yep. Yeah. So, real time transcription and the ability to put AI on that as well through things with Einstein and really bringing that sort of more modern call center experience is what we're very excited about. The second thing we did is if you think about re-skilling the workplace, and if you've walked around the campus here at Dreamforce, you've seen Trailhead, right? We announced a number of things with Trailhead this week, but ultimately now it's not just Salesforce content, it's also this AWS content. So when I want to, I'm an AWS developer or maybe a prospect AWS developer that's coming from one industry to another, now I can also learn AWS content right from Trailhead. So, I'm learning Salesforce content, and now I'm also learning AWS content. So, that's great news for our community. It's great news for people who are trying to come to a new industry and that's extremely strategic and I think important to everyone in the community ultimately. … [Read more...] about Digital transformation: Put customers at the center of business partnerships says Salesforce CBO
Oracle Corp on Thursday said it won deals with McDonald's Corp, Albertsons Companies Inc and Humana Inc to move some of their work to Oracle's cloud computing services. Oracle also said it won a deal with business software firm Xactly in which Xactly will move the majority of its computing work to Oracle's cloud service. Oracle has been working to catch larger cloud rivals such as Amazon.com's Amazon Web Services or Microsoft Corp's Azure. The Redwood Shores, California company has expanded its cloud computing business this year with wins from customers such as Zoom Video Communications Inc and data centers in more countries. Oracle said McDonald's will move its North American financial systems to Oracle's cloud. Grocer Albertsons and insurer Humana will also move some of their applications to Oracle's services. In addition to large businesses, Oracle is also trying to recruit mature independent software firms to its cloud to compete with Amazon and Microsoft. Founded in 2005, … [Read more...] about Oracle wins cloud business from McDonald’s, Albertson’s
During a time where much of the world is spending more time online and the risk of cyberthreats is at an all-time high, it’s critical that consumers know what they’re up against. Our recent research has revealed that 40% of people don’t know what the dark web is, let alone how their data could be compromised. So what actually is the dark web and how do we make sure we know if our information ends up there? … [Read more...] about How to keep your information off the dark web
The global pandemic has helped website builders and web hosting providers worldwide acquire new business and grow significantly as millions found themselves either without work or furloughed, looking for new opportunities as freelancers or self-employed amidst the biggest recession in a generation. … [Read more...] about Weebly remains the world’s largest web hosting company despite massive drop in traffic