Top management knows that lean can add value, but many still haven’t moved past the initial education stage into full-scale lean implementation. Here are 9 steps to establishing your own Lean Supply Chain.
A shift is taking place from sole reliance on “security prevention” to “security detection,” using network analysis to detect anomalies as a first indicator of new types of threats, either internal or external.
Done well, privileged access management (PAM) protects organizations from data loss and theft and denial of service. PAM done poorly—or not at all—is often a compliance violation, opening the door to fines, as well as data exposure.
Virtual reality is finally getting real. Here are five ways you can use this revolutionary medium to create killer content.
From documenting existing business processes to focusing on essential workflows first, make sure you tackle these 10 do’s and don’ts before you tackle an SAP implementation in your organization.
While each has its strengths and weaknesses, together, predictive and real-time analytics give marketers the best route by which to achieve effective customer engagement.
How do you ensure your product is of the highest quality if you’re not the one making it?
Segmentation models are supposed to help marketers and sellers alike. Sometimes, however, they do more harm than good. How does yours stack up?
This article will focus on the nuances of the maritime domain, as shipping supply chains are cutting corners and jeopardizing their safety and security, adding risk to the goods being transported.
Perimeter security is no longer sufficient for protecting sensitive or confidential data – especially in light of hackers’ demonstrated, repeated ability to breach network security.