A zero-day critical security vulnerability affecting the Java logging library Apache Log4j service was first discovered on December 9th. This vulnerability can allow remote attackers to perform unauthenticated remote code execution and access to Apache web server, which are widely deployed and used in many products. Security researchers have observed hundreds of thousands of attempts to exploit this vulnerability since it was discovered. As such, organizations should take all measures necessary to mitigate this threat.
The transition of applications to software as a service (SaaS) delivery models has benefitted organizations with distributed and mobile workforces while reducing infrastructure and simplifying management. Despite these benefits, some organizations have struggled to realize value from their SaaS investments in a time-effective manner. So, what’s the secret to better adoption? It’s simple: Adoption Services.
Digital. Digitization. Digitalization. These are words we hear thrown around a lot in technology circles today. In my last blog post we talked about how Domino’s Pizza was one example of businesses leveraging technology to create value, but what does that mean for you and your customers? How can you create and implement a digital strategy that not only produces competitive advantage, but improves the customer experience? We’ve taken the time to develop six ways to make digitization work for your business.
As technology continues to evolve and digital transformation enters full swing, competition for customers is growing increasingly fierce. An essential question for businesses has become, “How can technology improve customer experience and create additional value for my shareholders?” A great question, and to answer it let’s take a look at what one well-known company did to leapfrog their competition and launch themselves into the digital age.
An ancient Chinese proverb states, “May you live in interesting times.” Some believe this to be a blessing, while others believe this is a curse. But regardless of your interpretation, we can all agree that we do indeed live in interesting times.