Applications Whitepapers

The Place of Payment Technology in the future of commerce

The payment industry is undergoing a transformation driven by technology, data security,  legislation, and rising customer expectation. The proliferation of payment technology is visible throughout society, from payment-enabled wearables and new Social Commerce entrants such as Depop, to buskers and Big Issue vendors accepting contactless card payments. This paper examines two key areas which together

Three Keys to Maximize Application Migration and Modernization Success

This IDC white paper examines the challenges that organizations with legacy IT and multicloud environments face and how IBM’s cloud application migration and modernization services can help organizations establish, cultivate, and nurture a long-standing cloud solution that fosters rapid business innovation and elevates business performance while enabling organizations to fully harness the benefits that modernized

Consolidate Traditional and Modern Applications on VMware vSAN

Organizations are in the midst of a digital transformation unlike anything we’ve seen before. End-users expect IT to support the real-time needs of the business, but challenges stand in the way. Legacy infrastructure, disparate management silos, and inefficient resource utilization are leading to numerous delays across the data lifecycle that negatively impact the business. Across

F5 and containerization

Organizations constantly struggle between embracing technological changes to open up new business opportunities and protecting the business from new challenges and risks. In this paper, we’ll examine containerization and how the adoption of this technology in F5 products affects IT professionals, architects, and business decision makers.

Vulnerability Management

Security gaps on smartphones and tablets that are now found in almost all large networks must be detected in order to quickly introduce countermeasures. For mobile devices, this kind of scan is at least as important as on PC clients, as consumer-oriented mobile devices generally do not provide for an administrator role which could enable