As more challengers rise in the financial services industry, and artificial intelligence levels the playing field for banks and startups alike, humanising technology becomes increasingly relevant. Read this thought leadership for more.
'The new services have enabled us to lower costs by 30%.' - Dr. Dieter Steiner, CEO SSP Europe GmbHDownload the case study to learn more.
Retail industry on high alert after Global Threat Intelligence Report findings
The manufacturer was able to reduce its security team from 24 people to only four or five in each of its lines of business. Download the case study to learn more.
By Warren Small, Global Vice President Transformation & Security, Dimension Data Ironically, as the digital era removes limits on access to information, it is universities, themselves symbols of free and unlimited access to information, that may be most threatened. Precisely because
For as long as there have been connected networks, the focus of IT security has been on controlling access to enterprise data and resources. While perfectly understandable, this is by definition a defensive posture. As networks become more complex and enterprises grow increasingly reliant on digital
By Raj Mistry, Dimension Data Group Vertical Sales DirectorHowever, in the digital era, the basics are entirely new – and almost no-one has them in place. Everyone is at the same disadvantage, at least. But there’s no time to lose in laying digital foundations for eventual differentiation.
By Steve van den Heever, Group Sales Director, Financial Services, Dimension DataYes, decentralisation, distribution, or democratisation of transaction capabilities as exemplified by blockchain will bring irrevocable change to the financial services industry. But not quite yet.While the pro
Customers, technology and collaboration driving auto industry into the future — fast
The threat landscape facing enterprises has become increasingly complex and dangerous over the past decade. Mobile devices and applications, wireless networks, cloud computing, virtualisation, a dispersed work force, and the Internet of Things have created points of entry into enterprise networks an
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The use of health information technology continues to expand in healthcare. Healthcare organizations are using web-based applications and other ‘portals’ that give physicians, nurses, medical staff, administrative employees, and patients increased access to electronic health information. Provide