Enterprises in nearly every industry are becoming more aware that their basic perimeter- and signature-based security tools aren’t doing enough to keep malware and sophisticated attackers at bay. Some have learned the hard way through cyber breaches that have not just compromised their defenses, but also their faith in the capabilities of their own security programs. Smaller organizations with fewer resources especially, are realizing they can no longer go it alone in defending their extended enterprises from attack.
RSA and several partners including marquee global services partner Verizon Enterprise Solutions, believe they have an answer, based on a newly announced program to deliver a new generation of advanced security monitoring solutions – as fully managed services. These new services tap into RSA’s advanced intelligence-driven Security Operations Center (SOC) capabilities for enterprises to accelerate the detection, investigation, remediation, and management of security incidents and vulnerabilities.
Verizon, along with MSSPs Foreground Security and DataShield Consulting in the U.S. and Communication Valley Reply in Europe, will be the first to offer RSA’s advanced SOC capabilities to enterprise customers around the world.
Everybody knows that today’s advanced threats are not slowing down. Organizations are realizing that getting to that next level of incident detection and management to help address evolving threats is far from trivial. Implementing the right resources, tools, and people is a big hurdle and big investment to overcome. Up until now, managed security services have been limited, mostly by technology capabilities, in the kind of threat visibility that’s required to spot the faint signals of an advanced attacker that quietly attempts to gain a foothold into a vigilant, yet unprepared enterprise.
We all know developing the next miraculous breakthrough in life sciences is not a drag race. It’s an obstacle course. Life sciences organizations continuously battle shrinking development pipelines, expiring patents, generic competition and heightened regulatory pressures. At the same time, there’s a whole new set of demands being placed to deliver uncompromised control, access and visibility to the organization’s most critical content and information while meeting Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) and Good Clinical Practices (GCP) requirements and ensuring inspection readiness at all times.
Thanks to EMC, life sciences organizations can fast track through the obstacles with EMC Documentum for Life Sciences Solution Suite 3.0, a fully integrated, purpose – built solution suite.
Today, I’m excited to share new innovations to help life sciences organizations accelerate the creation, review and approval of regulatory submission documentation; improve user productivity and operational efficiency; and ensure on-going inspection readiness and compliance.
New EMC Documentum Research & Development (Documentum R&D)
As part of the Solution Suite, Documentum R&D is specifically designed to help life sciences companies deliver new products to market faster by streamlining the regulatory submissions process. It includes a robust content repository to manage what can be millions of documents, while maintaining compliance with regulatory requirements. Now, organizations can eliminate information silos, achieve global content control and ensure all documents are submissions ready. That’s not all. Documentum R&D also provides unique capabilities to help:
- Improve author productivity with template-based processing
- Streamline review and approval through collaborative authoring
- Quickly find submission-ready documentation and ensure uncompromised regulatory
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We’ve said it a number of times and it bears repeating – EMC is excited about cloud computing – it’s all about enabling flexible deployment options and providing our customers with Choice. With our commitment as a foundation, I’m thrilled to share what we’re doing with Microsoft around private cloud and application environments.
Cloud OS Accelerate Program
EMC is excited to be participating in the Microsoft Cloud OS Accelerate Program. Our participation builds upon our VSPEX investments by providing incentives for customers and partners to accelerate the deployment of Windows Server 2012 R2 with Hyper-V virtualization on an EMC Infrastructure. With these incentives, EMC, Microsoft and our partners can help our joint customers take advantage of the latest in virtualization, management and infrastructure innovation to improve performance, increase efficiency, and simplify management within a private cloud.
We’ve introduced VSPEX solutions to virtualize your data centers, run your mission-critical applications and deploy virtual desktop infrastructure. These solutions make it simple to deploy workloads on your terms – and the numbers back it up: Gartner recently named VSPEX the industry’s #1 Integrated Reference Architecture System. So what’s next?
We’re automating VSPEX.
Powered by either Microsoft System Center or VMware vCloud Suite the new VSPEX solutions for Infrastructure-as-a-Service dramatically simplify the process of provisioning application infrastructure by empowering users to do it themselves via self-service portals.
IT administrators and control freaks don’t need to worry. The same self-service portal meters precisely how much resource is being used to support each request, calculates costs and charges the requesting department for their use of resources according to your business policies. Now IT knows exactly who is using what and what it costs.
With the need to manually provision applications and virtual infrastructure, data center professionals can shift focus to more strategic IT (and more interesting) initiatives that open new revenue opportunities for the business.
In my recent blog, I introduced new and innovative enhancements to the EMC Documentum enterprise content management (ECM) product portfolio addressing the evolution of ECM, including the release of EMC InfoArchive, a next-generation information archiving platform for structured and unstructured content.
Today, EMC continues to forge ahead addressing next-generation ECM with the release of EMC ApplicationXtender 7.0, a powerful, yet affordable document management solution aimed squarely at mid-sized organizations and departmental deployments at large enterprises around the world.
Learn all about it from the experts.