We publish industry-leading insight, fund academic programmes, and collaborate with partners globally to help people and organisations drive better, sustainable business performance. A toolkit for boards This toolkit offers board level professionals with a greater understanding of how trust fits into their business model. The tool helps board members and C-suite professionals to look at trust in a systematic way that relates to their organisation. You can use the Competency Framework to fulfil many activities as you build the human capital of your organisation, with an emphasis on the following areas:
April 15, Welcome to Integrated Data Management by IBM IBM has embarked on a strategic initiative to deliver an integrated, yet modular, data management environment to design, develop, deploy, operate, optimize and govern data, databases, and data-driven applications throughout the entire data management lifecycle.
By focusing across the lifecycle and enabling different roles to collaborate, you can increase organizational productivity, agility, and effectiveness, while improving the quality of service, cost of ownership, and governance of diverse data, databases, and data-driven applications.
Individual products provide powerful capabilities that target specific data management roles and tasks; more importantly, the components interoperate, enabling cross-role collaboration and cross-product synergy.
And to deliver a true lifecycle solution, integration extends beyond Optim to include a broad range of IBM offerings.
One system feeds another and all must come together to present a common view to the customer, whoever your customer might be. Thus it is increasingly important to look at how to manage your information assets more holistically and strategically.
Organizations need help to inventory and understand what assets they have and how they are related. A common definition of customer or patient or citizen or supplier across the organization is required. You need to understand data movement and data lineage. End-to-end management of the data lifecycle Today most organizations have myriad products in-house from many vendors supporting different roles and tasks.
Each focuses on providing rich task-specific value, but puts little emphasis on linkages with the preceding or next phase in the lifecycle.
IBM software can support each phase of the lifecycle with robust offerings for data-centric tasks and roles, as well as provide support for designing and implementing key cross-phase linkages. The following list defines the key phases in a data-centric software lifecycle: Discover and design Discover, harvest, model, and relate information to drive a common semantic understanding of the business and to identify key information that must be protected.
Develop and test Code, generate, test, tune, and package data access layers, database routines, and data services. Configure, change, and promote applications, services, and databases into production.
Manage performance Administer databases to meet service level agreements and security requirements while providing responsive service to emerging issues.
Provide pro-active planning and optimization for applications and workloads, including trend analysis, capacity planning, and growth planning. Archive and retire Separate historical data from current transactions, and safely remove historical data to a secure archive to lower costs.
Improve performance of current transactional systems, and comply with regulatory requirements. Audit and protect Establish, communicate, execute, and audit policies and practices to standardize, protect, and retain data in compliance with government, industry, or organizational requirements and regulations.
Not limited to a single phase, these data governance concerns must infuse the entire lifecycle. Cross-organizational collaboration Maintaining alignment is about communication, collaboration, and clarity across organizational roles. Users and business analysts need to articulate requirements.
Architects are responsible for designing the process, application, and data models.
Developers must produce effective and efficient code using those models. Administrators must understand security and retention policies established by compliance officers and work with their network and systems administration colleagues to achieve compliance and service objectives.
Comprehensive portfolio--Emerging integration Supporting Integrated Data Management is, and will always be, a multi-branded proposition. IBM offers broad and deep capabilities for every phase in the lifecycle.
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Part 2: Welcome to “3-D Mesh” Home Wi-Fi. In Part 1, I talked about the inspiration behind the AmpliFi router design, but you may have noticed the AmpliFi Mesh Wi-Fi system also includes unique pieces of hardware called “MeshPoints.”.
As proud as I am about the AmpliFi router, I believe the MeshPoint is the star of the platform. The Success Center is your home for onboarding, training, new user information, the product knowledge base, and official product documentation..
The customer portal is where you can submit a help desk ticket, find all of the information about the products you own, and see available hotfixes and upgrades as well as training opportunities for your products.
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