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Organizations today are crowded with number of challenges and threats to keep their business continued successfully and keep up consistent growth. Among those challenges data security issues assume pivotal area of focus as it’s a point of make or break for the organization. It is critically important for organizations to have a foolproof, and reliable messaging infrastructure in place that protects their critical data, proprietary and confidential information and provides absolute security against attackers and intruders.
Messaging infrastructure may include but not limited up to internet and intranet emails, instant messages and voice over internet protocol (VoIP) that have now become necessity of every enterprise. No one would have ever thought about terms like spams, scams, viruses, hacking, government mandatory archiving and other such things when the email systems were first emerged. Now above mentioned factors have become a critical parameter while planning and designing communication system for an organization.
This evolution has led IBM WebSphere MQ becoming the backbone for an enterprise wide, mission critical messaging infrastructure. According to one figure 70% of the today’s world enterprises employ WebSphere MQ to initiate and finalize orders, convey and accept proposals and conduct many other such type of official and non official correspondence and business transactions every day.
WebSphere MQ provides a range of link-level security services, including support for the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and Transport Layer Security (TLS) designed to allow the transmission of protected data over an insecure network. These systems offer an added benefit of written proof of communication between two parties which may be used later for any purpose.
Numerous research studies have shown that employees of an organization may surrender their liberty to use phone lines freely rather giving up access to their email accounts.
These days the use of IM system is gaining attention and popularity among most of the enterprises – particularly consumer IM – for business communications is growing on fast pace. The typical user mostly spends two or more hours each day interfacing with some aspect of a messaging system. In short, instant messaging has become a battery to the vast majority of enterprises for their functionality.
Your messaging infrastructure may be victimized by many unidentified errors and flaws during its implementation which may become threat to organizational security leading to performance collapse. Web Sphere MQ Guru is the best solution to such errors providing health check facilities to maintain integrity and security intact throughout communication channels.
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IBM has announced that it is releasing a newer version of Business Process Manager v8 at IBM Impact 2012 in Las Vegas, NV that comes with IBM Operational Decision Management v8 for turbo changed collaboration.
IBM has the broadest Process Portfolio products in the planet with 20 different kinds of Process Products integrated into one single offering, delivering over 300 capabilities and more than 700 people working in Research & Development across the portfolio.
Below are the highlighted key points of the newer IBM BPM V8:
IBM Operational Decision Management V8
The new IBM Business Process Manager v8 comes with IBM Operational Decision Management that combines business rules and events management to automate and govern a wide range of operational decisions. The V8 of Operational Decision Management comes with a newly redesigned interface that is more user-friendly and provides a seamless experience.
The new BPM (Business Process Manager) V8 requires WAS (WebSphere Application Server) V8 which now has a lighter footprint and really ushers IBM to takeover space from JBOSS.
The new IBM BPM V8 application is now also available on Apples iTunes store for download and use with iPhone and iPad with expanded REST/JSON API for mobile application development. This way Process Applications are available to Process Participants on the go.
Integration with Tivoli Identity Manager in Process
Phill Gilbert, VP IBM has also announced that BPM integration with Tivoli Identity Manager is in process that will ease the creation, modification, and termination of user privileges throughout the entire user lifecycle.
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