Posts tagged for “Analytics”
In cybersecurity, our guard can never be let down when it comes to potential threats. Virus programmers and identity thieves are consistently finding new ways to steal information and jeopardize both businesses and individuals.
Posted by: Unisys Corp Editor on November 28th, 2017
Airline passengers hope for a seamless, connected journey. We dream of moving smoothly from arrival at the airport, to baggage check and security, to shopping in Duty Free, to checking emails over WiFi, to perhaps visiting the airline lounge and boarding the plane
Posted by: Niels Kroese on July 26th, 2017
After officially announcing our partnership with LogRhythm in July, things are moving from strength to strength. Since the decision to standardise on LogRhythm we have signed our first client in Latin America and have a strong pipeline of organisations looking to take advantage of our combined services.
Posted by: David Matthews on November 30th, 2016
Unisys - Securing Your Tomorrow: Four powerful words that totally capture why we work here at Unisys, and how our critically important security teams factor in.
Posted by: Tom Patterson on November 16th, 2016
What are the Digital Service Management Pillars of success that are foundational to a Digital Service Architecture?
Posted by: Andrew Harsch on January 20th, 2016
In Part 2 of our series on Improved Border Security, we discuss the benefits of using advanced targeting analytics.
Posted by: John Kendall on July 16th, 2015
Listen to this podcast where we discuss both the potential and the steps to get started with Big Data Analytics with Dr. Rod Fonticiella, Chief Data Scientist at Unisys.
Posted by: Andrew Harsch on June 19th, 2015
End user experience is the catalyst behind a whole gamut of technology trends which come together to redefine the topography of enterprise IT. So, what exactly are the key trends to watch out for in 2015?
Posted by: VFTE Editor on January 9th, 2015
Data is at the center of everything providing opportunities for information-centric differentiation and competitive advantage. Data needs to be viewed as an enterprise asset. As it becomes a fundamental asset of an enterprise, organizations need to extract the most pertinent information out of existing data to create new value in their enterprise.
Posted by: Linda Welch on July 9th, 2014
Law enforcement, security, financial services and intelligence agencies face continual challenges while handling several forms of intelligence, multiple lines of inquiry and linking different pieces of related information. Read about the challenges of handling the massive amounts of data and linking them all together to prevent, solve, respond and react to crimes and disasters.
Posted by: Linda Welch on June 26th, 2014