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Selecting the Right Database Technology for Business Analytics

by SisenseSep 02, 2015

Choosing the most suitable database technology can make or break your business analytics deployment, especially when dealing with big data. Download this free guide to learn about the differences between various technology stacks - including distributed data warehouses, OLAP, and in-memory processing - and to find out which you technology is best suited for different business scenarios.


BI and Analytics With or Without a Data Warehouse

by SisenseSep 02, 2015

What is an enterprise data warehouse (EDW)? When is it necessary, and what is its role in business intelligence projects? This presentation will introduce you to basic concepts in data warehouse architecture and the available alternatives for deploying a BI system with or without a data warehouse.


9 Questions to Determine If a BI Solution Is Truly Self-Service

by SisenseSep 02, 2015

Everybody's talking about self-service business intelligence, but is that just marketing-speak? Can a business intelligence software tool allow business users to be completely self-reliant, or will IT always play a part in these projects? Get your copy of this free whitepaper to understand what "self-service" means, in the context of business analytics, and how to determine a specific BI tool's level of self-service.


5 Dos and Dont's of Embedded Analytics

by SisenseSep 02, 2015

Adding embedded analytics and reporting features to your software, SaaS or cloud apps can greatly improve your value proposition to customers. But before you begin, check out this free beginner's guide to ensure you're on the right track when embarking on an embedded BI project, covering questions such as: build vs buy, how to evaluate embedded BI vendors, building a support model and more!


Joins, Aggregations and Many-to-Many Relationships - The Data Mash-Up Cheat Sheet

by SisenseSep 02, 2015

Are you an up and coming data analyst or simply love to crunch data? It's time to get educated about mashing up data sources. Learn about the various ways of combining data using 'join' functions, the problem with many-to-many relationships and how to avoid them, and many more practical tips in this easily digestible ebook. Download now and never find yourself in a bad (data) relationship again!


Winning todays consumer: How market leaders are transforming existing applications to deliver exceptional customer experiences

by CaprizaSep 02, 2015

Industries are being shaped today by the dramatic shift in consumer expectations. New companies are emerging that are delivering fast, mobile, immediate transactions. Find out how established enterprises are retooling existing applications to deliver cutting edge customer experiences and remain competitive in todays market.


17 Security Products Tested for Malware Removal and Repair

by MalwarebytesAug 31, 2015

Strong anti-malware is the backbone of your security strategy. No matter how good the rest of your network's security is, you will be compromised if you do not have good anti-malware in place. For that reason, making the right anti-malware choice is critical. This white paper can help you with that choice. It presents the results of a series of independent tests on seventeen different anti-malware products. Read it now for research-based guidance on how to choose the best anti-malware solution


An Inside View of a Zero-day Campaign

by MalwarebytesAug 31, 2015

Cybercriminals work tirelessly to find new vulnerabilities in popular software-sometimes more tirelessly than the actual software developer. This spells disaster for users of that software, as cybercriminals are able to secretly exploit the vulnerability in what's known as zero-day attacks. This white paper follows one real-life zero-day attack performed on an Adobe Flash Player vulnerability. It provides a detailed timeline of how the attack entered the network, what parts of the network it


Anti-Exploit Tools: The Next Wave of Enterprise Security

by MalwarebytesAug 31, 2015

From malware to ransomware to state-sponsored hacks, today's threat landscape is more complex and dangerous than ever. No organization, no matter how prepared it may think itself, is immune. However, if you're smart about managing the compromises that do occur, you may be able to keep yourself safe. In this white paper, discover the shortcomings of traditional preventative security approaches and what you can do to move beyond them. Read on to learn how to protect your enterprise from today's


Rapid Weaponization of a Leaked Zero-day POC

by MalwarebytesAug 31, 2015

In early July, the Milan-based Hacking Team, an offensive security firm, were on the receiving end of a digital security breach. 400 GBs of internal documents with detailed info on software vulnerabilities and clear, concise instructions on how to exploit them leaked over the Internet. Our team of security researchers wanted to see how Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit stood its ground. By visiting known vulnerabilities, we triggered exploit attacks and measured how Anti-Exploit stood up to the evolving


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Malwarebytes

Headquarters: San Jose CA 95113

Malwarebytes provides anti-malware and anti-exploit software designed to protect businesses and consumers against zero-day threats that consistently escape detection by traditional antivirus solutions. Malwarebytes Anti-Malware earned an "Outstanding" rating by CNET editors, is a PCMag.com Editor's Choice, and was the only security software to earn a perfect malware remediation score from AV-TEST.org. That's why more than 50,000 SMBs and Enterprise businesses worldwide trust Malwarebytes to protect their data. Founded in 2008, Malwarebytes is headquartered in California, operates offices in Europe, and employs a global team of researchers and experts


Sisense

Headquarters: York, New York

Sisense is the leading provider of business analytics software for complex data and introduces disruptive simplicity to big or disparate data preparation and analysis, Since the first commercial release of Sisense's end to end Business Intelligence software tool in 2010, it has been adopted by thousands of companies across the world, from innovative startups to Fortune 500 enterprises, including eBay, Samsung, Philips and many more, won numerous awards and captured the hearts of analysts, business users and IT professionals. Sisense BI software is built on unique In-Chip technology that enables users to analyze massive amounts of data at unprecedented speed, while its Single-Stack architecture eliminates the assembly line of tools which would have usually been necessary to deal with difficult data (database, ETL, visualization tools), replacing them with one agile solution that covers the full scope of data analysis-from preparation to visualization. See how Sisense can transform your business intelligence by visiting www.sisense.com.