Posts Tagged ‘CA Technologies’

Infographic: Singapore findings from CA Technologies security study

Thursday, February 26th, 2015

Yesterday CA Technologies released the results of its study on security in the application economy in Asia Pacific & Japan. Here are the results from the respondents in Singapore.

Excerpt of a graphical representation of the survey results for Singapore. To download/view the full enlarged infographic, click on the image above.

Excerpt of a graphical representation of the survey results for Singapore. To download/view the full enlarged infographic, click on the image above.

The study, sponsored by CA Technologies shows how mobility, APIs and an eye toward growing the business have brought a balanced view of control and enablement to security.

“It is paramount for Singapore organizations to stay ahead of the fast-changing IT threat landscape, especially in a geographic location that serves as a strategic regional and global hub for commerce,” said Chua I-Pin, vice president, Asia South, CA Technologies.

Singapore respondents were nearly equally split when asked if security was mostly about control or enabling the business.

49 percent of respondents said security was mostly about control, while 51 percent indicated that it was about both control and enablement.

Key Singapore findings from the study show:

1. Protection as top priorities

Protecting identities (48 percent) and protecting against data breaches (46 percent) were the top security priorities among Singapore respondents.

This was followed closely by improving/supporting compliance and audit (45 percent) and improving the mobile customer experience (39 percent).

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Infographic: New security approach needed for App economy

Wednesday, February 25th, 2015

A study from CA Technologies reveals the application economy demands a new approach to security in Asia Pacific & Japan.

Excerpt of a graphical representation of the survey results for APJ. To download/view the full enlarged infographic, click on the image above.

Excerpt of a graphical representation of the survey results for APJ. To download/view the full enlarged infographic, click on the image above.

Mobility, APIs and Business Enablement are sparking new attitudes towards security and are driving an increase in investment in these areas.

“As more organisations understand the impact of the application economy in the increasingly connected Asia Pacific & Japan business landscape, security is moving from being a back-room afterthought to being a core business function. In the world of ever-increasing connected devices, organisations will leverage security to deliver better customer experience and contribute to positive business outcomes,” said Kenneth Arredondo, president & general manager, Asia Pacific & Japan, CA Technologies.

Protection is still the main driver for security, but a new CA Technologies study reveals that Asia Pacific & Japan (APJ) organisations are approaching security from new perspectives, recognising its potential to deliver frictionless and positive customer experience and contribute to business growth in the increasingly competitive application economy.

The study is titled “8 Steps to Modernize Security for the Application Economy” and is sponsored by CA Technologies.

The study shows how mobility, APIs and business growth have brought a balanced view of control and enablement to security, leading to an increase in investment by APJ organisations.

Key findings from the study show four key trends influencing the perception and implementation of security in APJ enterprises:

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CA UIM offers new capabilities to boost IT performance

Tuesday, October 14th, 2014

The new release of the CA Unified Infrastructure Management provides enhanced analytics, alerting and Cloud services support to help IT teams ensure a superior customer experience.

Downloaded by more than 10,000 users, this feature-rich version of CA UIM is free for up to 30 devices.

Downloaded by more than 10,000 users, this feature-rich version of CA UIM is free for up to 30 devices.

The new release of CA Unified Infrastructure Management (CA UIM) further bolsters the company’s offering for unified monitoring and management of critical IT services and infrastructure.

“IT organisations are increasingly facing the critical need to develop and deploy applications with precision and speed, while also delivering the reliability and responsiveness that users demand,” said Stephen Miles, vice president, Enterprise Management. CA UIM’s scalable, end-to-end monitoring capabilities help IT organizations and service providers stay ahead of potential infrastructure issues that could impact customer experience by enabling staff to proactively identify and resolve issues to ensure optimal performance of their critical IT services, CA Technologies.

Formerly known as CA Nimsoft Monitor, the new release boosts IT performance by improving service reliability and staff productivity with enhanced analytics, alerting and cloud monitoring capabilities.

Enhanced analytics in CA UIM, including “time to threshold,” predictively calculates and identifies threats in performance to provide early warnings of problems so that they can be corrected before end users are impacted.

Also, by leveraging new “time over threshold” analytics, IT staff can better determine real and persistent performance issues that need to be addressed while minimizing false alarms due to occasional spikes.

In addition to the enhanced analytics and alarms delivered by CA Unified Infrastructure Management, the new release also includes updates to help users monitor and optimise performance within Amazon Web Services (AWS).

These updates include:

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Earth Hour focus: What global warming means for the Asia Pacific

Wednesday, March 20th, 2013

This year’s Earth Hour is on this Saturday, 23 March at 8.30pm (Earth Day is on 22 April). CA Technologies has produced an infographic on how Global Warming has affected Asia Pacific. The company also offers 10 tips for a greener office.

How can we as eco-conscious knowledge workers contribute to a greener office? Infographic by CA Technologies.

How can we as eco-conscious knowledge workers contribute to a greener office? Infographic by CA Technologies.

CA Technologies also pioneers IT management software that enables companies to roll out long-term energy and sustainability programs.

CA Technologies is also ranked top five on Newsweek’s 2012 Green Rankings.

CA Technologies has set clear sustainability goals to reduce our carbon footprint globally. Today, 53% of its employees are involved in Green Teams to drive ecoinitiatives across all its offices globally.

CA Technologies has set clear sustainability goals to reduce our carbon footprint globally. Today, 53% of its employees are involved in Green Teams to drive ecoinitiatives across all its offices globally.

CA ecoSoftware is an enterprise-class energy and sustainability management solution designed to help companies increase energy efficiency and lower operational costs.

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