This Week in Digital Business: June 26, 2015

June 26, 2015 | By Mark Skoog, VP Marketing, Axway

Axway announced the renewal of members on the Board of Directors and appointment of Jean-Marc Lazzari as CEO; Axway released updates to SecureTransport; ProgrammableWeb published an article on the Oracle v. Google lawsuit; SearchBusinessAnalytics.com reported on implementing a more secure data governance plan in self-service analytics; CIO highlighted a recent Gartner study discussing the need to embrace digital business; eMarketer discussed the IoT’s role in the future of digital identity.

  • On Monday, Axway announced the renewal of the members of the Board of Directors and appointment of Jean-Marc Lazzari as CEO. Additionally, news was released on the expansion of the Axway SecureTransport file transfer capabilities.
  • ProgrammableWeb published another article on the recent lawsuit between Oracle and Google on Oracle’s claim that their Java APIs are copyrightable. Which side are you on?
  • Since today’s era is focused on digital transformation, shouldn’t your self-service analytics be more secure than ever? Users thinks so. Ed Burns at Search Business Analytics reported on why more users are asking vendors to “beef up” governance capabilities.
  • Embracing digital risk: CIO highlighted a recent Gartner report that stated, “60 percent of digital businesses will suffer a major service failure because of IT teams’ inability to manage digital risk in new technology and use cases.”
  • eMarketer discussed how the Internet of Things will play a large role in the future of digital identity.

TOPICS: API Management, Internet of Things, Security

Mark Skoog

VP Marketing, Axway



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