The essence of the Internet of Things (IoT) is simply interconnected devices that generate and exchange data from observations, facts and other data, making it available to anyone so that we can learn more about the world around us. The IoT is poised to change how we interact with and perceive the world around us, and the possibilities are nearly boundless. As more and more connected devices generate data, we will need to solve the problem of how to collect, store and make sense of IoT data by leveraging the power of database systems.
Being agile means adapting to change. To limit negative performance impact of team changes, we need to apply the “adapting to change” concept to our team composition as well. Observing that constant change in team composition is a fact, while knowing stable teams are more performant, this whitepaper will discuss how we can enable the teams to mitigate the performance degradation caused by team composition changes.
When is a Team “Stable”?
Why Do We Want Stable Teams?
What is the Problem with Changing Teams?
Recommendations to Retain Team Performance while Reteaming
State of Cybersecurity 2018 reports the results of the annual ISACA global State of Cybersecurity Survey, conducted in October 2017. Overall results confirm that cybersecurity remains dynamic and turbulent as the field continues to mature.
As cyberattacks continue to threaten enterprises of all kinds, executives are placing critical priority on building teams of experts for cyberdefense. Many executives and managers encounter a skills gap as they search for the right resources—with the right expertise—to accomplish the goal.
This paper explores the contours of the skills gap in more depth:
Which skills are missing, and at what levels in the organization the report.
Characteristics of security workforce, particularly women’s opportunities for career advancement.
The digital economy is increasing the pressure on organizations across the globe. They are trying to keep pace with the adoption of new technology, hoping it will positively impact their business models and create sustainable competitive advantages. One of the most effective approaches is to ‘become agile’.
There’re several methods (or frameworks) that are classed as Agile, such as Scrum, Lean IT, and Kanban. It is a flexible and adaptive approach that allows an effective and efficient response to change.
By becoming agile, organizations aim to achieve:
Business Model Improvement
Agility in a changing environment to create new products and services
With Oracle Multitenant, we are in the paradoxical situation of having a fully functional product in its previous incarnation and at the same time having a huge amount of new functionality in the new release. The existing architecture of Multitenant in Oracle Database 12c Release 1 is particularly well suited to three prominent use cases which are consolidation, Development and Testing, and Software as a Service (SaaS).
There are significant enhancements in each of these three areas:
Enabling Scale – Eliminating Barriers to Consolidation