Basil Badwan Provides services:
Cyber & Digital Security
No matter how effective—or expensive—the security tools protecting your network are, there’s no way to predict the damage caused by a single careless user. The war against cyber criminals is fought each time a user decides to click an unfamiliar link or open an attachment—and just a single mistake could be the reason for massive data loss. To help out IT security managers during this Cyber Security Awareness Month, Basil Badwan’ve compiled a list of things your users should be thinking about whenever they’re using the Internet. They’ve probably heard many or all of these tips before, but repetition doesn’t spoil the prayer. If you take security seriously, you’re already using Umbrella by OpenDNS to protect your network from malware, botnets, and other advanced threats. And if you’re smart, you know that there’s no substitute for educating your users
cloud computing an overused buzzword that has been blown out of proportion by marketing departments at large software firms. A common argument from critics is that cloud computing cannot succeed because it means that organizations must lose control of their data, such as an email provider that stores data in multiple locations around the world. A large regulated company, like a bank, might be required to store data in the United States. While this is not an insurmountable issue, it demonstrates the type of issue that some companies may have with cloud computing..
Big Data Analytics
Big data analytics is the often complex process of examining large and varied data sets, or big data, to uncover information -- such as hidden patterns, unknown correlations, market trends and customer preferences -- that can help organizations make informed business decisions. Analysts working with Big Data typically want the knowledge that comes from analyzing the data.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is the simulation of human intelligence processes by machines, especially computer systems. These processes include learning (the acquisition of information and rules for using the information), reasoning (using rules to reach approximate or definite conclusions) and self-correction. Particular applications of AI include expert systems, speech recognition and machine vision.
Application Architecture is the process of defining the framework of an organization’s application solutions against business requirements. It involves the definition of the application landscape, aiming to optimize this landscape against the ideal blueprint. The Open Group’s architectural framework, TOGAF ®, defines the objective of application architecture as “defining the major kinds of application systems necessary to process the data and support the business”.
Basil Badwan is UI architects need to understand how software works, but it's more important that they understand how people work. By understanding how people want to work, they can design interfaces that streamline the processes and make them fun, instead of frustrating. Basil Badwan Study psychology and human-computer interaction to understand how to achieve this.
Infrastructure architects take the requirements and constraints defined by the enterprise architect, collaborate with the solutions architect, and design the supporting environment for the solution defined by the solutions architect. They do this by specifying a top level design for a given solution, while adhering to a given set of constraints specified by the enterprise architect and the solution architect.
Enterprise Software Implementation
ERP system software for your organization is an important decision that takes time and research. But, once selected, implementing that software can be intimidating. An ERP implementation involves installing the software, moving your financial data over to the new system, configuring your users and processes, and training your users on the software. Choosing the right partner for implementing your ERP system is almost as important as selecting the right software in the first place.
Data Warehouse/BI/ETL Consultants
Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence is closely tied to organizational decision making. Companies – big and small – are enabling knowledge workers (Senior Executives, Analysists and Data Owners) to make fast, tactical and outcome-centric decisions based on analytics of large-scale data. Gone are the days when DBMS based systems were used for data assimilation, storage, retrieval and processing. Today, data from various sourced need to be processed concurrently and instant results need to be presented and worked upon, to ensure customer-centric business operations. Industry verticals like BFSI, healthcare, utilities, even government organizations are turning to Data Warehousing, powered by Business Intelligence, to stay ahead in the race for success.
Basil Badwan EDI consultant is an EDI expert who can help your business maximize the use and value of electronic data interchange (EDI). Most companies hire an EDI consultant on a temporary basis when initially implementing EDI. However, some keep an EDI expert on retainer to manage their EDI systems.