Yamaha Motor creates products that the company promises will “Rev Your Heart.” That same spirit is at the heart of Yamaha Motor’s approach to innovate and revolutionize IT.
To keep up with rapid global demand, Yamaha needed a winning IT strategy that would transform its business processes and accelerate organization-wide innovation.
The company operates in an environment of constant change and needed an IT infrastructure that can rapidly adapt. That’s why Yamaha began working with EMC to transition the company’s IT infrastructure to a hybrid cloud.
“I believe the move towards hybrid cloud technology is the exact definition of innovation,” said Tomoyasu Aiba, group manager, Yamaha Motor IT technology strategy group, process and IT division. “Yamaha Motor does not hesitate to revolutionize IT.”
According to the Verizon Data Breach Report 2015, 70 to 90 percent of malware samples are unique to an organization, which means the malware wouldn’t automatically be identified as a threat. This puts any organization relying only on signature-based tools at great risk, as they could have malware actively running in their environments yet be unaware of any compromise. Motivated threat actors can typically find ways to bypass purely preventative measures, including “advanced” measures that still must rely on previous experience or knowledge of a strain of malware to detect and stop it. Techniques like metamorphism, polymorphism, and sandbox evasion have changed the game and unfortunately, are no longer confined to the domain of sophisticated threat actors. Nowadays, they’re the status quo.
In the face of such a reality, effective approaches for addressing malware can’t be predicated on just prevention alone, but must be focused on deep visibility and swiftness of response.
Jeff Boudreau, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Mid-Range Solutions, Core Technologies Division at EMC
Fidelma Russo, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Enterprise and Mainframe Solutions, Core Technologies Division at EMC
This is “not your father’s EMC”. As we focus on modernizing the customer experience, we are transforming how products are built, marketed, and sold. To simplify and accelerate the evaluation process, we are now – for the first time – publishing SPC results … and they rock!
EMC VMAX 400K raises the bar, setting a new industry milestone for SPC-2 (bandwidth) performance with close to 30 percent greater bandwidth than any other storage array.
EMC VNX 8000 offers exceptional value in the midrange class, delivering strong SPC-1 (transactional) performance and $/SPC1 IOPS with sub-millisecond average response time.
We’re pleased to announce that the latest version of RSA Via Lifecycle and Governance completes the RSA Via portfolio of Smart Identity solutions, giving organizations an end-to-end solution designed to manage user access to resources from the endpoint to the cloud. We have some great new IAM capabilities in store with RSA Via Lifecycle and Governance but before I dive into them, I want to talk about how we’re not just managing identities, we’re helping both to lock down one of the primary attack vectors of advanced threats today and make our customers more secure in the process.
Most non-mainframe IT professionals are surprised when they hear stories about how critical the mainframe still is to running business applications around the world. What really knocks their socks off is when they learn that mainframes – which some consider out of place in IT today – are being heavily relied upon for certain Third Platform workloads. Outside of mainframe operators, few people using enterprise applications today have even a vague idea that mobile applications drive enormous amounts of data back to mainframes, increasing demands on storage as well as pushing the limits of physical tape systems that tie back to mainframes. The link between First Platform infrastructure and Third Platform applications is important to a myriad of enterprise applications.
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