We compare the top RPA Software from IBM and Automation Anywhere and provide top insight on how to choose the right network digital twin, and secure the hybrid workforce.
Forrester predicts that the global robotic process automation software and services industry will reach $22 billion in 2025. This is a sign of the speed at which all organizations are adopting this technology. Businesses have different needs for RPA solutions depending on how large or small they are.
We compared two of the most popular RPA platforms, Automation Anywhere and IBM Robotic Process Automation to address small business automation needs.
We are including insight from PJ Kirner , on how hybrid organizations can improve cybersecurity and incorporate Zero Trust strategies in hybrid work and resilience plans.
A great article written by Chiara Regale (VP of Product and User Experience, Forward Networks) on how IT decision-makers should choose the best network digital twin for their company is another must-read.
RPA Software Available for Small Businesses
Robotic process automation (RPA), automates routine tasks to streamline repetitive processes and reduce human error. This in turn lowers business costs and improves data quality. Many RPA Software solutions can automate small business processes.
Many of them are competitive and purpose-built. This week's top read focuses on the two most popular RPA Software for small businesses: Automation Anywhere and IBM Robotic Process Automation.
This review examines both solutions in detail, as well as the unique features and characteristics that make them ideal for small and mid-sized organizations.
We also compared the industry-leading software solutions on business automation capabilities, support of diverse industries and use cases as well as the quality of customer service, security features, and which industries they are most effective in serving.
How Can a Hybrid Company Mitigate Cybersecurity Risks
Today's hybrid organizations have a more distributed workforce, more data is stored and transferred to the cloud, and security threats are increasing.
As expected, the rapid shift to hybrid working has created a variety of cybersecurity risks. These include financial loss, reputational loss, customer loss, regulatory action, and loss of customers.
In an informative article for Spiceworks News & Insights PJ Kirner, co-founder and CTO of Illumio explain why hybrid organizations need to adopt the Zero Trust approach to protect their digital infrastructure. Zero Trust is based on the assumption of a breach.
This is the best part about it. It allows organizations to authenticate each user and have complete visibility into who, what, when and for what purpose.
Kirner says that organizations should first secure their highest-value assets and at-risk assets. This allows them to determine the best security measures that are most appropriate for their specific operational and environmental requirements. It is imperative to act now, as a cyber attack could occur at any time.
Here Are Some Top Tips For Choosing The Right Twin Digital networks
Digital twin technology is one of the few technologies that can solve problems and provide value. It is a virtual replica of an entire organization's network environment that accurately models network behavior. It provides data and controls that allow people to take back control of the network. It's a buzzword for some, but it's a valuable tool for others who use it.
Chiara Regale (VP of Product and User Experience, Forward Networks) explains why digital twin technology is so popular in an informative article.
She also lists the top ten reasons IT decision-makers should embrace technology. A digital network twin gives IT visibility. It allows IT to inventory the network and perform up-to-date segmentation analysis.
IT decision-makers need to understand the value of a digital twin network and reap the many benefits. Regale says that while it may seem like a buzzword in the IT industry, tomorrow it could be an essential tool for network professionals and security personnel to better understand and protect your network.
Businesses have different needs for RPA solutions depending on how large or small they are. We compared two of the most popular RPA platforms, Automation Anywhere and IBM Robotic Process Automation to address small business automation needs.
Robotic process automation (RPA), automates routine tasks to streamline repetitive processes and reduce human error. This in turn lowers business costs and improves data quality.
Many RPA Software solutions can automate small business processes. Many of them are competitive and purpose-built.