Join double VCDX (currently in pursuit of his third) Joe Clarke as he walks you through the differences between UEM and MDM, the business outcomes following the transition to a digital workspace, bringing native MFA with Workspace One, and an overview of technical management capabilities of Workspace One.
Chris Miller, Vice President of Solutions Presales, and Patrick DeZellar, Account Manager for Rolta|Advizex, talk about our company’s long-standing partnership with Dell EMC.
In this video, Joe Clarke explains pod & block architecture for VMware Horizon environments, and how newer “like-for-scalable” architecture methods are now a reality.
In this video, Joe Clarke explains how securing your Virtual Desktop Infrastructure with VMware NSX is extremely beneficial and easy to accomplish.
In this video, Joe Clarke explains the products and roles of core software components in VMware’s Workspace One Solution.
According to Barron’s, Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) involving banks is on the rise again in 2018. Deregulation has a big part to play in this increase, but you might not realize the role technology plays in this activity. A marked increase in technology spending at bigger banks is driving higher returns on equity. Rolta|Advizex sees every day how investments in technology are modernizing these organizations and driving transformation that ultimately benefits all stakeholders.
Banks need to be concerned about security. According to Forbes, financial services firms fall victim to cybersecurity attacks 300 times more frequently than businesses in other industries. The typical American business is attacked four million times per year, but the typical American financial services firm is attacked a staggering one billion times per year. The rate of breaches in the financial industry has tripled in the past five years. The most costly attack types for financial firms are denial of services, phishing, and social engineering. Overall, banks lost $16.8 billion to cybercriminals in 2017. The cost of cybercrime also includes regulatory fines, litigation, the need to respond to negative media coverage, and lost business due to reputational damage, among others.
In any industry, it is paramount to align your IT goals with your business goals. In the cutthroat retail industry, this is more visible to the average consumer than ever. Retailers are using technology and digital transformation to gain the edge over their competition. Retailers are focusing on customer experience more than ever before, and they are using technology to innovate and satisfy customers by solving their real problems. Regardless of your industry, Forbes has predicted 2018 is the year that digital transformation is a must. In retail specifically, digital transformation is necessary to gain the competitive edge and keep the lights on with the doors open.
The right IT infrastructure improvements can make the difference from focusing on the fight of just keeping up with the competition to setting the standards on consumer technology integration.
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