The world’s office workers have more clout and influence now than ever over where and how they do their jobs. Those who have worked from home and want to continue are spurring on their employers to do more than just embrace hybrid work. They’re seeking to reinvent the very nature of employment.

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Stay with BriefingsDirect as we explore new research into how innovations such as contingent labor exchanges and intelligent workspaces are changing the future of work forever.

To learn more about how flexible work models are the new normal for workers and businesses alike, please welcome Andrew Bartolini, Founder and Chief Research Officer at Ardent Partners in Boston, and Tim Minahan, Executive Vice President of Business Strategy at Citrix, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The discussion is moderated by Dana Gardner, Principal Analyst at Interarbor Solutions.

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Closing the gap between the applications and services a company needs -- and the ones they can actually produce -- has long been a missing keystone for attaining digital transformation.

For increasingly software-driven organizations, the speed by which developers produce the needed processes, data flows, and business transactions has been much too slow for much too long. Fast-forward to the pressing new requirements of pervasively digital business in 2022, and it’s abundantly clear that something has to change.

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Stay with us now as BriefingsDirect explores the latest capabilities and burgeoning strengths of Low-Code software development. To learn how the current maturity of Low-Code development will revolutionize the delivery of essential business applications, please join Matt Calkins, Founder and CEO of Appian in Reston, VA. The interview is moderated by Dana Gardner, Principal Analyst at Interarbor Solutions.

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Just as cloud computing initially seeped into organizations under the cloak of shadow IT, application programming interface (API) adoption has often followed an organic, inexact, and unaudited path. 

IT leaders know they’re benefiting from APIs -- internal, via third parties, and often outwardly exposed -- they just don’t know where they are, how much they support key services, and how they’re being used … or abused.

As a result, developers and business architects alike don’t know how organically adopted technologies like APIs are adversely impacting their businesses -- until something like the Log4j and Log4shell vulnerabilities have run amok.

Stay with us now as we explore how API-intensive and API-experienced businesses are bringing maturity to their APIs’ protections through greater observability, tracing, and usage analysis.

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To learn how Twitter, a poster child for business-critical API use, makes the most of APIs by better knowing and managing them across their full lifecycles, we’re joined by several guests to discuss the latest in API maturity: Please welcome Rinki Sethi, Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at Twitter, and  Alissa Knight, recovering hacker and partner at Knight Ink. The discussion is moderated by Dana Gardner, Principal Analyst at Interarbor Solutions.

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