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Published By: Cisco     Published Date: Jan 29, 2009
The following are 10 tips for using network technology to help your business increase operational efficiency, reduce costs, improve customer satisfaction, and stay ahead of the competition.
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cisco, increasing operational efficiency, boost operational efficiency, mobile employees, smb employees, secure wireless access, outsource it tasks, improve employee retention, long-term technology plan, value-added resellers, vars, managed service providers, security and vpn, unified communications, cisco business application connectors, cisco systems capital, enterprise applications, vpn
    
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Published By: SAS     Published Date: Mar 06, 2018
Despite heavy, long-term investments in data management, data problems at many organizations continue to grow. One reason is that data has traditionally been perceived as just one aspect of a technology project; it has not been treated as a corporate asset. Consequently, the belief was that traditional application and database planning efforts were sufficient to address ongoing data issues.
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Published By: SAS     Published Date: Aug 28, 2018
Despite heavy, long-term investments in data management, data problems at many organizations continue to grow. One reason is that data has traditionally been perceived as just one aspect of a technology project; it has not been treated as a corporate asset. Consequently, the belief was that traditional application and database planning efforts were sufficient to address ongoing data issues. As our corporate data stores have grown in both size and subject area diversity, it has become clear that a strategy to address data is necessary. Yet some still struggle with the idea that corporate data needs a comprehensive strategy. There’s no shortage of blue-sky thinking when it comes to organizations’ strategic plans and road maps. To many, such efforts are just a novelty. Indeed, organizations’ strategic plans often generate very few tangible results for organizations – only lots of meetings and documentation. A successful plan, on the other hand, will identify realistic goals along with a r
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