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The security landscape is evolving more than ever before – not only must chief information security officers (CISOs) deal with constant increasing cyber-attack threats and security breaches but they must keep up with mobility trends and concerns about access to data and protecting identities. Mobility is growing at a fast pace, and though it may be easy to construct more barriers to data access, there are much more effective approaches. A new research report by Vanson Bourne sponsored by CA Technologies dives into the security practices within large enterprises. Survey participants include 142 CISOs and CSOS totaling to 1,425 senior IT and business executives globally. The survey results identify a large shift in security priorities and investments as the application economy makes its way to the forefront while also revealing some remarkable benefits. Consumer capab... (more)

The Five Essential Truths of the Application Economy

The Five Essential Truths of the Application Economy The Application Economy is here and there’s no turning back. Applications have become the primary face of business, and they’re easier to use than ever before. Your customers are far more likely to experience your brand and interact with your enterprise through a software app than a live person. To thrive in this new reality, developing and delivering superior user experiences that engage your customers and staff is now the ultimate priority. And all of it is enabled by software. What do you have to know about this business rev... (more)

How DevOps Became the New Normal | @DevOpsSummit [#DevOps]

How DevOps Became the New Normal Just last year, a CA Technologies and Vanson Bourne survey revealed that DevOps was not a sure-fire hit— 16 percent of senior IT professionals did not know what DevOps was, and an additional 18 percent had no plans to adopt it. Fast forward one year and the results tell an entirely new story. 88 percent of respondents had already adopted DevOps or plan to do so, up from 66 percent last year. In addition to senior IT professionals, this year’s respondents expanded to include senior Line-of-Business executives—precisely the people you’d expect woul... (more)

How the IT Team became the A-Team By @JackieKahle | @DevOpsSummit [#DevOps]

Gone are the days when IT was seen as unimportant or unchanging. IT is no longer only about supporting employees—it integral to businesses. CEOs have taken note of the fact that customers are more likely to interact with your brand through an app than a person, and companies are trying to reposition themselves in the new application economy. That allows IT departments to be more innovative and flex their creative muscles. Application economy leaders and laggards Now, IT is no longer a just a cost center, but a strategic weapon.  A recent survey of 1,425 IT and business leaders con... (more)

Best Practices for DevOps Success By @JackieKahle | @DevOpsSummit [#DevOps]

Four Best Practices for DevOps Success Much of what is written about DevOps focuses on the development team and on making things faster. And the ops team is thinking, "Whoa, slow down! We need to ensure there's quality, so going fast with poor quality doesn't help." So dev and ops are immediately at odds with each other, because their goals are different. You want to center all teams around the common objective of having a predictable and reliable customer experience. That's just not a coding issue. There is a difference between quality of code and quality of experience, and wh... (more)