Thursday, 17 de April de 2014

Informes


Seguridad en juegos online 2011

La empresa de seguridad digital S2 Grupo ha presentado su Informe sobre el estado de la seguridad en los juegos online cuyo objetivo es mostrar la situación del mercado y detectar los principales riesgos a los que se enfrentan los usuarios. En este estudio se han analizado las amenazas y fortalezas de las diferentes plataformas y sistemas operativos desde los que se puede acceder al juego en red, se advierte sobre los principales objetivos de los hackers en la actualidad y se ha incluido un Decálogo de seguridad en juegos online.

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Cyber Crime – A Growing Challenge for Governments

In a digital age, where online communication has become the norm, internet users and governments face increased risks of becoming the targets of cyber attacks. This Issues Monitor looks at how cyber criminals continue to develop and advance their techniques and shift their targets — focusing less on theft of financial information and more on business espionage and accessing government information. To fight fast-spreading cyber crime, governments must collaborate globally to develop an effective model that will control the threat.

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The Top 100 European Software vendors

The leading European private equity firm TRUFFLE CAPITAL (http://www.truffle.com) has just published the sixth edition of its Truffle 100 ranking of the top 100 European software companies. The Truffle 100 Europe has been drawn up with the support of Neelie Kroes (European Commissioner for the Digital Agenda) and in collaboration with analysts IDC (www.idc.com) and CXP Group (www.cxp.fr), who performed the survey on which the ranking is based.

"This latest edition of the Truffle 100 Europe reveals the software industry´s dynamism in a particularly difficult economic climate. The software industry is a ...

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Horizonte 2020: Propuesta de la Comisión Europea

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Estudio sobre las tecnologías biométricas aplicadas a la seguridad

La biometría consiste en el uso de ciertos rasgos o características del ser humano, sean estrictamente físicos o relativos al comportamiento, para identificar a las personas. El avance tecnológico ha permitido la automatización de este reconocimiento, existiendo diversas tecnologías ya aplicadas a la identificación biométrica, como puede ser el reconocimiento de huellas dactilares, de iris, de retina o de voz.

Estas tecnologías serán de gran relevancia en el futuro ya que aportarán mayores niveles de seguridad en el acceso a instalaciones y sistemas, pero también cuentan con una ...

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Guía sobre las tecnologías biométricas aplicadas a la seguridad

La biometría consiste en el uso de ciertos rasgos o características del ser humano, sean estrictamente físicas o relativas al comportamiento, para identificar a las personas. El avance tecnológico ha permitido la automatización de este reconocimiento, existiendo diversas tecnologías ya aplicadas a la identificación biométrica, como puede ser el reconocimiento de huellas dactilares, de iris, de retina o de voz.

Estas tecnologías serán de gran relevancia en el futuro ya que aportarán mayores niveles de seguridad en el acceso a instalaciones y sistemas, pero también cuentan con una ...

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Valoración del software libre 2011

PortalProgramas ha encuestado a más de 2.100 usuarios procedentes de 17 países de habla hispana para conocer su opinión al respecto de ésta y otras preguntas sobre software libre. Este informe muestra el grado de información, uso y confianza que los usuarios tienen en el software libre y en la ideología que éste promueve.

El informe completo en formato ODT para OpenOffice.org http://www.portalprogramas.com/descargas/valoracion-software-libre/valoracion-software-libre-2011.odt

El informe completo en formato PDF http://www.portalprogramas.com/descargas/valoracion-software-libre/valoracion-software-libre-2011.pdf

 

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Tech Trends 2011: The natural convergence of business and IT

Deloitte’s annual Technology Trends report examines the ever-evolving landscape of technology put to business use. Although it is written from the perspective of the CIO, it will also inform business executives on exciting new possibilities to apply technology to address their most pressing business challenges. We invite you to view the brief three-minute overview, and explore each of the ten trend chapters through the links below.

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Observatorio sobre el uso de las redes sociales en las PYMEs españolas

Estamos entrando en una nueva fase en el uso corporativo y profesional de las nuevas tecnologías. Según la Encuesta de uso de TIC del Instituto Nacional de Estadística, más de un 97% de las PYMEs tienen ordenador y conexión a internet. Esto es, prácticamente todas.

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Informe Anual de los Contenidos Digitales en España 2011

El Informe Anual de los Contenidos Digitales en España 2011 presenta los principales datos de la Industria de los Contenidos Digitales de nuestro país, datos relevantes de los hábitos de consumo de los contenidos por parte de los ciudadanos así como tendencias de cada uno de los sectores estudiados. Algunos de los principales datos del informe son:

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Big data: The next frontier for innovation, competition, and productivity

The amount of data in our world has been exploding and analyzing large data sets—so-called big data—will become a key basis of competition, underpinning new waves of productivity growth, innovation, and consumer surplus, according to research by MGI and McKinsey's Business Technology Office. Leaders in every sector will have to grapple with the implications of big data, not just a few data-oriented managers. The increasing volume and detail of information captured by enterprises, the rise of multimedia, social media, and the Internet of Things will fuel exponential growth in data for the foreseeable future.

MGI studied big ...

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InformationWeek Digital Issue: November 21, 2011

Follow The Data
Apply advanced analytics to the sales pipeline, Web traffic, and social buzz to anticipate what's coming, instead of just looking at the past
    
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Table of Contents

    3 Research And Connect
    InformationWeek's in-depth reports, events, and more

    4 Global CIO: How To Cultivate High-Potential IT Leaders
    Loss of high-potential IT talent is a lost opportunity

    6 CIO Profiles: Monte E. Ford Senior VP and CIO, American Airlines and AMR
    American Airlines' CIO didn't let ...

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Wall Street & Technology Digital Issue: December 2011

CONQUERING BIG DATA: Big Data isn’t new on Wall Street -- capital markets firms have been managing and analyzing vast amounts of data for decades. But with the rise of electronic trading, algorithms and now high-frequency trading, market data and messaging volumes have exploded. As a result, winning on the Street increasingly depends on a firm’s ability to quickly and efficiently process and interpret an avalanche of data. Wall Street & Technology’s December digital issue looks at the tools and strategies capital markets firms are employing to handle the crush of data, identify trading signals, predict market movements and ...

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Research: 2012 BI and Information Management

Our InformationWeek 2012 Business Intelligence, Analytics and Information Management Survey shows the old practice of following the money, using lagging financial indicators to guide a company’s decisions, giving way to the forward-looking approach of following the data. Organizations are gathering, managing and analyzing not only more information but more types of information, all with the idea of using advanced predictive and statistical analytics to improve internal operations, get closer to customers, sell and market products more effectively across physical and digital commerce channels, and outperform the competition.

Other top-line trends: Slightly fewer respondents have standardized on one or a ...

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Analytics: A Powerful Tool for the Life Insurance Industry

Life insurance has always been a competitive business. Today, amid uncertainty and rising costs, insurers can increase top and bottom-line growth by acquiring and retaining the most profitable customers. However, identifying profitable customers and keeping them requires a structured customer relationship management strategy.

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Opening up government. How to unleash the power of information for new economic growth

The pressure on governments to make better choices, deliver results and demonstrate accountability is intensifying. There are new dynamics in the relationships among citizens, organizations and their governments long in the making. "Open" principles such as accessibility, transparency, collaboration and participation lie at the heart of these expectations.  At the same time, leaders tell us that they continue to struggle with the information explosion and use different approaches and technologies to manage all of it. They acknowledge both a perpetual information explosion and persistent "data paradoxes" - the management dilemma associated with having too much data and ...

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eMobility: The Long Road to a Billion-Dollar Business

A quick survey of today's highways makes one thing clear: Less than 1 percent of all vehicles are electric. Yet environmental factors such as pollution and the scarcity of fossil fuels mean that before long electronic mobility-or eMobility-will be a strategic necessity. In fact, the first series-produced vehicles are bringing the concept of eMobility home to drivers, while underlying political conditions are quickly being established. Against this backdrop, the question for new entrants is: Which eMobility business model is the most profitable?

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The consumer-led mobile smartphone transformation

Smartphones have transformed the way consumers connect with businesses and each other. For businesses, capitalizing on this transformation represents a wealth of opportunities.

This report summarizes key findings from a quantitative survey and follow-up focus groups with smartphone users, exploring how consumers use smartphones, how the technology has affected their everyday lives, and how much they expect to increase their use of smartphone activities during the next few years.

Smartphones are here to stay. The challenge for companies is to determine how to use mobility to capture growth and uncover new forms of competitive advantage.

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The shift to electric vehicles: Putting consumers in the driver’s seat


As issues ranging from environmental concerns to fluctuating oil prices increasingly push consumers toward alternatives to combustion engines, the world seems poised for an electric vehicle (EV) rebirth. Today’s EV, however, is beyond anything nineteenth century drivers could imagine. From intelligent driving to proactive service and remote vehicle access, EVs can offer the safety and convenience today’s consumers crave. However, hurdles to the adoption of electric vehicles remain, primarily concerns regarding price and range. To further understand these hurdles and gauge consumer and industry attitudes about EVs, we coupled interviews with executives from both leading and emerging automotive ...

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Net neutrality. Innovation and differentiation are not polar opposites

Communications infrastructure becoming increasingly important in the competition to attract business. Expanding the communications infrastructure is therefore climbing up the political agenda to become one of the top priorities in a number of countries. The value of investments in broadband expansion in the European Union alone will undoubtedly exceed the EUR 200 bn mark by 2020.

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