DevSecOps – Adding Security to DevOps Approach

Posted Date: 
Monday, April 10, 2017

Development, operations, and security are fundamentally intertwined. A well-designed, developed and managed system is the foundation of a secure system. As per the RightScale survey, there was a 21% companywide adoption of DevOps in 2016, necessitated by Rapid Time-to-Market, innovation speed and competitive pressures.

DevOps must evolve to a new vision of DevSecOps that balances the need for speed and agility of enterprise IT capabilities with the enterprise need to protect critical assets, applications, and services.

Why security in the DevOps approach is needed?

8 Common Ransomware Myths Busted!

Posted Date: 
Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Common perceptions around what ransomware is, how it works and how it can be defeated are clouded by wrong impressions and incomplete information. When thinking of ransomware, many CISOs and security teams unfortunately take myths as reality. A summary of the facts around ransomware allows IT departments to visualize an achievable anticipatory response plan.

Myth 1: Since We've Paid for the Latest Endpoint Protection Platform (EPP), We Have the Latest EPP

How Healthcare Virtual Assistants Can Enhance Patient Engagement

Posted Date: 
Friday, January 20, 2017

Healthcare industry is poised to raise patient engagement to the next level with Intelligent Virtual Assistant (IVA) or Medical virtual assistants (MVAs). Patient engagement is one strategy to improve health outcomes and better patient care at lower costs. Research shows that providers, payers, and physician groups are expected to spend more than $69 billion on healthcare-related IT in the current year 2017.

5 ways Machine Learning is Shifting Health-Care Industry towards better future

Posted Date: 
Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Machine Learning as a service is all poised to shift healthcare towards a healthier future. It is the next big thing in the healthcare industry as providers start to adopt advanced data analytics capabilities.

The development of machine learning and predictive analytics is likely to reach $19.5 billion by 2025, as per Research and Markets. As the Internet of Things begin to bring huge data into the healthcare environment, providers will start to use this information to drive down costs and improve the patient experience.

Top security predictions and trends for 2017

Posted Date: 
Thursday, January 5, 2017

The year 2016 is the year where security breaches left many top tier companies like Yahoo, LinkedIn, Verizon, and Oracle reconsider their existing security measures. It exposed their security gaps and the innovative ways in which hackers try to extort and steal information from businesses and organizations and forced them to look for new ways to protect themselves.

Digital transformation and security will be the highest priority for both IT and business executives and will shift their focus towards infrastructure, application development and analytics.

Unified Customer Experience (CX) and Leveraging IT Infrastructure – The Key for Success

Posted Date: 
Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Businesses are still lagging in providing a unified customer experience because they don’t understand each customer as an individual. In this competitive business environment, they need to understand and think of measures to transform their customer experience ecosystem, that include customers, employees, partners, and its overall IT infrastructure of the company.

Impact of Automation to IT Operations

Posted Date: 
Thursday, July 13, 2017

Modern day automation is all about achieving a capable control system using intelligent devices. It is going to accelerate with initiatives like internet of things which will help to increase performance and lower software maintenance costs.

It removes complicated middleware software which helps to streamline and create better system architectures that are more responsive, effective and affordable. Real-time control is used to drive processors achieve high standards using distributed controllers, sensors and actuators.

Automation reduces operational complexities:

Smart Machines Transforming Business Outcomes

Posted Date: 
Thursday, July 13, 2017

Smart machines will redefine and transform business processes by detecting, classifying and locating faults and recommend actions.

It must have the capacity to automatically repair and correct processing errors and avoid failures by developing capabilities to increase accuracy and power. It should be able to use basic knowledge which includes both practical and science-based theory considering present and past research models.

Current trends in the smart machines industry:

Trend #1: Automated safety systems

Trending an Enterprise to Zero Incident Scenario - GAVS Point of View

Posted Date: 
Thursday, July 13, 2017


While incidents are an integral part of enterprises, it’s the magnitude of their impact that is the key differentiator for business leaders. The effort to minimize and achieve zero incident scenarios are seen through their problem management and self-healing tools.