Classification (Information Management) Research
Sponsored by: Virtusa Corporation
As of Oct. 1, 2015, U.S. health care providers must use ICD-10 codes when they submit medical claims. This FAQ e-guide addresses what the transition means, advantages of using ICD-10, as well as best practices on how providers can prepare and succeed in an ICD 10 conversion.
Sponsored by: Flexera Software
FlexNet Manager for SAP Business Suite optimizes the SAP system measurement and checks for potential license savings. By checking the usage of each individual license, it determines whether the correct license type was purchased for a given user and whether enough licenses are available. This removes the guess work and optimizes license allocation.
Sponsored by: Imperva
Insider threats, both careless and malicious, abound. This fact is amplified during difficult economic times. With a plethora of digitized information, and vehicles for turning credit card data, personally identifiable information and intellectual property into cash, goods, and other services, risks have increased.
Presentation Transcript: Enhanced Classification and Policy Enforcement with Windows Server 2008 R2 and Titus LabsSponsored by: Microsoft
With the sheer volume of data on servers, it has become very difficult for IT administrators to manage the information and mitigate the risks of data leakage. File classification is a critical first step in addressing these challenges. This session covers how to leverage Windows servers to deliver enhanced classification and policy enforcement.
Sponsored by: EMC Corporation
Read this paper to understand how metadata can be used to make it easier to escrow, migrate, manage, and make sense of extremely large reference information archives.