Open-Source Database Market Roundup
The lock that long-time proprietary vendors have had on the database management system (DBMS) market is steadily eroding, even in the face of astounding industry growth. Overall, revenue growth is extraordinary for the industry in total. “Since its brief pause in 2015, the DBMS market has reeled off six consecutive years of growth, with the […]
Solving Your IT Talent Shortage: Upskill or Outsource?
The global tech talent shortage is real and caused by many factors, including: High demand for digital transformation The pandemic The great retirement/the great migration/the big quit Talent retention challenges Newer technologies and more fun at other companies As organizations worldwide try to crack the code on their skills gaps, how will you solve your […]
Virtual Patching: How It Can Be Possible to Get Off the Hamster Wheel of Vendor Patching for Enterprise Software AND Have Better, Less Expensive Tech Support
This article originally appeared on aberdeen.com. In the research report Why Adopt Virtual Patching vs. Vendor Patching for Enterprise Software Security?, I wrote about the never-ending, inevitably unsuccessful hamster wheel of a traditional, vendor patch-oriented approach to security for enterprise databases and applications. Never-ending, because the typical enterprise computing infrastructure is a complex mix […]
Guest Blog Executive Client Series: Delivering for the Business, Part 1
Part 1: Manufacturing in 2022: Building Business Resiliency and Funding Innovation, an Interview with Bas Ursem How does a global manufacturer manage the impact of a global crisis? Bas Ursem, vice president, global IT at Kraton Corporation, a manufacturer of biobased chemicals and specialty polymers, paved a smart path to help his organization survive — […]