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Responsible CIAM:
Architecting High Security and Flexibility in Consumer Engagements

Tuesday, April 26
10 a.m. Pacific | 1 p.m. Eastern

The majority of survey responders of an EMA survey on consumer identity and access management (CIAM) indicated significant business value in their offered online services since adopting a CIAM solution:

• 81% indicated overall customer satisfaction increased
• 78% indicated consumer traffic increased
• 73% indicated the number of consumer registrations increased
• 70% indicated the length of customer retentions increased

Register for this webinar to learn how to design and implement a foundational CIAM solution that can deliver these types of results.

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Does the Health of Your Network Keep You Up at Night? Research Shows You’re Not Alone

A survey conducted by EMA and Itential of over 1,000 network professionals uncovered an almost oppressive sense of anxiety about network configuration management that was shared among respondents regardless of their role, the size of their organization, or the industry they are in. In short, network pros are worried about the stresses being put on their organizations to manage increasingly complex networks.

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Research Findings: The Role of the Mainframe in a Hybrid-Cloud World

A survey conducted by EMA demonstrates the resurgence of the Mainframe as a core part of today’s hybrid IT strategy and why 87% of execs view the platform as a competitive advantage.

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Analyst Video: SaaS Workflow Orchestration with BMC Helix Control-M

EMA President and COO Dan Twing shares insights on end-to-end SaaS application and data workflow orchestration and BMC’s latest SaaS offering, Helix Control-M.

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Report: Data Sprawl is a Major Challenge for Almost Half of Companies

Data sprawl is getting worse and worse, with 43% of respondents to a new survey claiming that they use an average of four to six platforms to manage their data.

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