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The Forrester report, “Build Your Identity and Access Management Strategy,” brought to you by NEALABC, helps security leaders develop a compelling identity and access management (IAM) strategic plan. These strategies should be established and approved by a cross section of stakeholders, with a focus on customer experience and employee usability.
The Forrester report also covers the importance of selecting the right vendor for such a complex and critical project. Thales has the experience and reputation for implementing an iterative process that will be built to refine and grow your IAM strategy.
Transform your business with Intel® IT hybrid cloud. Maximizing the potential of hybrid cloud through optimized workload configurations could give your business a competitive edge, as less than 50% of organizations have yet to do so, according to Forrester. Understand the elements of a powerful hybrid cloud strategy in this business brief, which includes cloud-native app development and prioritizing line-of-business (LOB) needs, brought to you by NEALABC. #IntelBusiness
This informative product brief on the “Mobile 10th Gen Intel® Core™ U-Series and Y-Series Processors” covers both series in detail, providing excellent support for why
Data continues to proliferate. Digital transformation initiatives are driving intensified competition. In this thought leadership article, an experienced strategy consultant suggests harnessing the full power
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The Total Economic Impact of Microsoft 365 Education: Improving student learning while reducing cost and effort
Forrester interviewed five large school districts to discover what impact moving to Microsoft 365 had on their budgets and, more importantly, the experiences of their
As a species, we’ve endured numerous challenges thanks to empathy and the notion that we must care for each other, especially in times of need.
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