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Published By: Pure Storage     Published Date: Sep 27, 2019
In today’s environment, business continuity is a necessity. As organizations embrace digital transformation and turn to IT for almost all most critical operations, downtime can be crippling. Those that are able to tolerate technology failures transparently—so the business remains up and running— can drive dramatic gains in competitive advantage, customer engagement and business innovation. However, achieving the highest levels of business continuity, with zero recovery point objectives (RPOs) and recovery time objectives (RTOs), has been possible only for the largest companies and their most business-critical applications. The associated costs and complexity have simply been too much for most organizations to achieve those levels. That is no longer the case. This white paper discusses a new active/active stretched cluster technology that allows companies of all sizes to achieve the highest levels of business continuity without the costs and complexities that have typically marked thi
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Published By: Pure Storage     Published Date: Sep 27, 2019
Dans le contexte actuel, la continuité d’activité est une nécessité. A l’heure où les entreprises adoptent la transformation numérique et se tournent vers l’informatique pour pratiquement toutes leurs opérations stratégiques, les interruptions de service peuvent constituer un handicap sévère. Celles qui parviennent à faire face aux défaillances technologiques de manière transparente (l’entreprise demeure opérationnelle) peuvent accroître considérablement leur avantage concurrentiel, l’engagement de leurs clients et leur capacité d’innovation. Toutefois, jusqu’à présent, seules les plus grandes entreprises et leurs applications les plus stratégiques étaient en mesure d’atteindre les niveaux les plus avancés de continuité d’activité, avec des objectifs de point de restauration (RPO) et de délai de restauration (RTO) nuls. En effet, les coûts et la complexité connexes étaient tout simplement trop élevés pour que la plupart des entreprises puissent atteindre de tels objectifs. Mais ce n’e
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Published By: Bright Horizons     Published Date: Dec 14, 2016
New Data from the 2016 Modern Family Index shows turnover is a real risk for a large portion of today’s workforce: new parents.
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work-life balance, working parents, employer solutions, family-friendly workplace, employee well-being, workforce productivity, retention, engagement
    
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Published By: K 12 Insight     Published Date: Apr 13, 2018
It’s no secret: school climate is the single-biggest indicator of school performance. Translation: When students feel safe and engaged in school, they perform better. But how do you measure climate? Download our latest resource and learn the five elements every school climate initiative needs to succeed.
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k-12, school climate, school quality, parent engagement, community engagement, staff engagement, student engagement, essa
    
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Published By: K 12 Insight     Published Date: Apr 13, 2018
Teaching and learning is critical. But that’s not all. In an age of choice and competition, exemplary customer service–how schools treat parents, students and staff–can determine whether parents and families choose out or in. Download this guide and learn what a customer mindset can do for your schools.
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k-12, customer service, school experience, customer experience, community engagement, parent engagement, student voice
    
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Published By: KPMG     Published Date: Sep 17, 2018
The leadership of a new, marquee pharma manufacturer approached KPMG with a paradox: It was certainly marquee, but not new. As the highly publicized spin-off of a global health services conglomerate, the company began life with $18 billion in annual revenues, an established product pipeline and instant membership in the S&P 100. Reliant on the back-office functions of its parent, it needed to quickly acquire the back-office sinews of a truly stand-alone company: ERP systems and core processes for finance, operations and human resources. During an intensive three-year engagement, KPMG brought the vision of the company’s leaders to life, working towards a target operating model through the disciplined implementation of new systems, processes, training and staffing. The multidisciplinary approach eventually touched the lives of every one of the company’s 21,000 employees, in 170 countries. And as KPMG’s delivered tangible results, something intangible emerged – a new company culture, inde
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