In this PDF you’ll learn how Drillinginfo (DI) provides accurate, current rig data in the Permian Basin. From permitting and leasing information to rig locations and pricing trends, you’ll find products and solutions to help transform how OFS companies drive leads. Tracking prospects can be a lucrative opportunity, but rigs move on a daily basis, so you need the latest information. See how DI can drive a company’s success by gathering up-to-the-minute rig intelligence from a single, comprehensive software solution.
The Permian Basin Play is seeing a surge of O&E activity, with reports indicating that almost 30% of future oil reserve growth in the U.S. will come from the formation. Does your oilfield service team have an innovative approach to your data source detailed enough to support competitive decision-making? See how to get the most accurate, timely drill-site and well event information to make better, faster decisions and drive the best leads — that can turn into opportunities.
OFS companies in and around the Marcellus Play need fast, accurate rig intelligence from one comprehensive source to stay competitive. With Drillinginfo (DI) you’ll gain an edge in the Marcellus Play by using the best data and the broadest intelligence available.
Tracking prospects can be a lucrative opportunity, but since rigs move on a daily basis it’s important to have updated information. Learn how DI can drive a company’s success by gathering up-to-the-minute rig intelligence from a single, comprehensive software solution.
The Marcellus Shale is seeing an increase in drilling every day, and with Drillinginfo you’ll have the products and solutions to help gain an edge on everything from permitting and leasing information to rig locations and pricing trends. Is your oilfield service team working from the right playbook? Find out how to get the most accurate, timely drill-site and well event information while making the most out of each and every opportunity.
Published By: Evident.io
Published Date: Nov 19, 2015
Collaboration services, email, managed services, and backups and disaster recovery are the most common current use cases for cloud services, according to the results of a new SANS survey on cloud security. The 485 IT professionals who participated in the survey reported using a variety of cloud providers and service models, including software-as-aservice (SaaS) cloud offerings, along with a fairly even mix of infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) and platform-as-a-service (PaaS) implementations. Most respondents said they are investing in both public and private clouds as needs dictate.
Smart technologies are a force multiplier for public safety agencies, allowing them to serve growing populations even as public spending remains constrained. The Internet of Everything (IoE) provides the connective tissue in this evolving operational environment — not only bringing together objects embedded with electronics, software and sensors, but making them work together in the service of better policing.
The IoE makes it possible to collect data and share it via the cloud, uniting disparate jurisdictions, agencies and ranks of command in positive ways. These smart and connected technologies promote collaboration and transparency among public safety agencies, revolutionizing how police, fire, courts and corrections do some of the nation’s most important work.
The introduction of innovative new form factors, software infrastructure and cloud services is reshaping enterprise video collaboration. The following vendors offer potential for greater reach, scale and interoperability while addressing the most critical video use cases.
In this era of cloud computing, mobile devices, and the Internet of Things (IoT), firms are testing new product offerings that combine elements of content, software, services, and hardware together. Like the innovative products themselves, the rulebook on monetizing them is evolving. Firms are shifting from one-time perpetual sales or fixed monthly subscriptions to consumption models that blend onetime, subscription, and usage-based billing (see Figure 1). CEOs recognize this shift toward business
models that reflect the value of the relationship with the customer.
The move to subscription and consumption business models is pervasive in almost every industry. From retailers selling subscription box sets to industrial equipment manufacturers charging based on consumption, the increase in experimentation of alternative business models is extraordinary (see Figure 2). While B2C disrupters like Netflix and Zipcar have gotten more media attention, the growth of subscription billing plat
The adoption rate of Software as a Service (SaaS) applications has been dramatic. However, the tendency of SaaS applications to be siloed has made identity management, user access and authorization an increasing challenge. Read this whitepaper to learn the top three ways to extend Active Directory to your SaaS apps.
For the past two years, Oracle has committed substantial R&D resources to developing a new software-as-a-service (SaaS) version of its popular on-premises commerce product. This Forrester Research brief analyzes the key differentiating capabilities of this new offering and will provide guidance to eBusiness and channel strategy professionals on how to evaluate this solution as part of their commerce technology replatforming initiatives.
Datacenters are the factories of the Internet age, just like warehouses, assembly lines, and machine shops were for the industrial age. Over the course of the past several years, riding the wave of modernization, datacenters have become the heart and soul of the financial industry, which each year invests over $480 billion in datacenter infrastructure of hardware, software, networks, and security and services.
Published By: ServiceNow
Published Date: Oct 02, 2015
Technology has become the heart and soul of every business. The hardware boundaries of IT have exploded beyond data centers, with mobile devices in the hands of both employees and customers alike. Application options have blossomed, from traditional to open source to software-as-a-service. Business has
become global, bringing with it a demand for round-the-clock agility. Employees expect that the applications they use at work should be as easy to use as the Web apps they use at home. Integration remains difficult, because it’s sometimes impossible to know what will happen when someone tries to pluck one strand out of the pile. IT workload and system complexity will only get more challenging, bringing the need for disintermediation
through service automation.
This book helps you understand DevOps and how your organization can gain real business benefits from it. You'll also discover how a holistic view of DevOps that encompasses the entire software delivery life cycle - from ideation and the conception of new business capabilities to implementation in production - can bring competitive advantage in a continuous delivery world.
An examination of those organizations using web services successfully and find that they have chosen their networking infrastructure carefully and taken advice about future upgrade strategies.
SDN and NFV
We look at whether software defined networking (SDN) or network functions virtualization (NFV) will solve the problem of the sheer volume of new applications, and when they are likely to fulfil their promise.
Inside information from Juniper Networks on how to avoid that cyberattack and if you can’t – how to neutralize it.
Internet of Things
How will you deal with the 1.6 zettabytes of data the Internet of Things is preparing to throw your way? Get your smart spectacles out and read how!
We take a look at why the rapid growth in cloud Services could very well be a big help for co-location – a sector which is still growing very nicely thank you.
The Magic Quadrant reflects the substantial difference among software suppliers' customer support applications. Great diligence must be shown by IT leaders working on customer service projects. Weaknesses remain in providing cross-channel persistence of experience and embedded real-time analytics.
Published By: EvolveIP
Published Date: Sep 09, 2015
Evolve IP’s virtualization TCO calculator is a comprehensive financial tool that produces an accurate analysis of on-premise data center hardware, software, and operational costs. Unlike overly simplified marketing gimmicks on the Internet, this is the actual tool we are using successfully with IT executives across the country.
When completed and compared to a cloud services quote, you’ll be able to accurately determine which solution is right for your organization.
HP Service Virtualization software allows developers and testers
access to limited or unavailable services in a simulated, virtual
environment. This helps application teams lower costs and reduce
testing times by finding defects earlier in the application life cycle
when they are easier, faster and less expensive to fix.
Service virtualization enables development and test teams to simulate and model the dependencies of unavailable or limited services and data.
Voke conducted a survey of 505 participants from technology and non-technology companies to explore their use of service virtualization and its results. Organizations using service virtualization experienced fewer defects, reduced software cycles, and increased customer satisfaction.
The 2015 Service Virtualization Market Snapshot™ REPORT by Voke Research provides real-world data to help you justify the investment in service virtualization.
With the exploding adoption of software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications, enterprise IT is fundamentally changing. While on-demand services provide tremendous ROI, they also introduce new challenges that must be overcome to truly capitalize on their potential. Read this report to learn the 8 most common IAM challenges.
Organizations are looking to SDN to improve network agility by incorporating network automation in cloud computing platforms. So far the focus of SDN has been on L2-L3 switching and routing services. However applications don’t just need network connections. They also need L4-L7 network services.
Enterprises are moving to a software-defined, private cloud data center model for agility, operational efficiency, and a self-service approach to deploying applications and associated services. They are utilizing a two-tier hybrid services architecture to get the benefits of specialized hardware for front door network services and scalable software for application, stack-specific services. Read this whitepaper to learn how to integrate the necessary services with the orchestration and automation systems of a software-defined data center.
To meet the challenges of IT organizations, Cisco and F5 have developed a shared architectural vision and joint solution to simplify networking and solve pain points in next-generation data centers. The solution extends the F5 Synthesis architecture and programmable Software-Defined Application Services (SDAS) within the Cisco Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI), helping customers efficiently deliver applications that are fast, secure and available. Read the whitepaper to learn more.
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