Enterprises tend not to view project management as a holistic process. Much like the disparate systems they have in place, they see a disparate collection of issues.
They typically look to solve specific pain points with single applications. Rather than migrate an entire enterprise to a new system, they are looking to manage a problem spot and have it flow into a specific component (e.g., cost, human capital leverage, or how demand is driven) as needed. In many cases, however, the pain points are symptoms of a larger issue, and to remove them the situation must be viewed in the context of the full project life cycle. Oracle Project Portfolio Management (PPM) Cloud, part of the integrated suite that is Oracle ERP Cloud, not only does this, but it’s also built with the user in mind… solving the PPM pain points through role-based analytics, social collaboration, optimization, costing, control, and mobile solutions for today’s project team.
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- Better understand today’s enterprise email market and how to assess the value of different email solutions
- Find out why IBM was named worldwide market share leader in enterprise social networks for the sixth consecutive year
- Learn why customers who left IBM are coming back
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In this white paper we discuss what hybrid cloud is, why it’s inevitable, and how to take advantage of it. We look at some of the barriers to public-cloud adoption, while we cut through unnecessary technicalities to get to the heart of the matter. We also offer a brief overview of the sponsor of this paper and their relevant solutions.
New research from IBM found that one-third of employees surveyed at Fortune 1000 companies are sharing and uploading corporate data on third-party cloud apps. Why? They’re tired of workplace apps that don’t perform like their personal apps: intuitively, on the go, and with some intelligence.
Saying “yes” might feel good to your teams, but it can also turn your infrastructure into a Beast. You don’t know all the different apps being used, like file sharing or online meetings. Or how much they cost. Or if your content is safe and manageable. Can you give your teams what they want without getting trampled by the Beast?
Yes you can. You can transform the Beast into a Beauty. But you need to consider three critical ways to make that happen.
This report maps out the vendor landscape for social collaboration technologies, to help you understand where you need to start, and what you should be looking for in a vendor to maximize success with your initiative.
Web conferencing is emblematic of the dynamic blend of content and collaboration in the digital workplace. Conferencing markets converge as audio, video and Web mix with persistent spaces to enable faster decisions and remote teamwork.
Read this Gartner review to see how IBM is recognized as a leader in the web conferencing market.
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