Rapid changes in both technology and business mean that IT departments are constantly barraged with new projects whether it's writing a web app or implementing new infrastructure for mobile application. It's a challenge just to stay ahead of the curve.
This Whitepaper examines the top 10 every day pains that prevent IT managers from getting work done and offers some new and trusted solutions for improving your productivity.
The current gold standard as far as business technology goes is wireless/mobile computing. It’s what business and engineering courses are training the future workplace in using. It’s what provides an income stream and stock value to a whole mushrooming sector of the economy. It’s what makes large-scale projects in virtually any field not only easier to coordinate and complete, but also cheaper and faster all around. Finally, it’s what you and your company need to learn how to use, in order to maintain your lead over the rest of the competitive world.
This white paper highlights the maturation of big data technologies
and strategies, and how companies are transitioning from one-off pilot projects to powerful enterprise capabilities that can be leveraged on a daily basis.
Over 90% of organizations believe that the GDPR will impact the way they collect, use and process personal data.
Itís one of the biggest changes to hit the digital privacy landscape in 20 years. And, in May 2018, the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will introduce maximum fines of Ä20 million for non-compliance.
Virtualization was supposed to be the disruptive technology that saved IT. The cost savings from consolidation and the ease at which applications can be deployed promised to vastly improve delivery of IT services, free up IT staff to work on other projects, and not strain budgets.
Unfortunately, lack of insight into IT resource status in highly virtualized environments and the complexity of the interactions between server, storage, and network elements have added to IT staff manual workloads and led most companies to dedicate too much time to operations and not enough time to innovation. This basically negates the major benefits of virtualization.
If your organization is not predictably successful in technology projects, there is likely an issue in requirements. CIO?s must take action and own requirements maturity improvement. CIOs are in the best position to sell requirements maturity improvement to the organization and can greatly help the process by effectively communicating required actions, and ensuring a suitable resources allocation. There are 6 things your CIO needs to know to help him/her in their role of requirements change advocate.
This paper walks you through the tools and technologies that enable service orientation. The purpose of this paper is to share with you the value of Real-World SOA and a few success stories from our customers who have taken on Real-World SOA projects to support their business vision.
Big data has been big news in recent years. Organizations recognize that they must now begin to focus on using big data technologies to solve business problems. The pressure is on for organizations to move past the discussion phase toward well-planned projects.
Most white papers and webinars available on the Internet about choosing enterprise middleware focus the selection process around criteria such as licensing costs, technical coverage of long lists of specified functionalities, and vendor viability. While these criteria may have been suitable in the past, the experience of many enterprise architects leading J2EE projects over the past few years suggest that they are not enough. What’s missing? People costs.
This white paper covers the use of new growth-oriented file systems with snapshot capabilities, iSCSI for network layer independence, and a collection of other technologies provided by various vendors and open source projects to create a multi-tiered storage solution with self-service data restoration, long term growth, and disaster recovery.
Corporate managers responsible for multiple fuel tank locations need remote technology applications to maximize their information use and increase the reach of their resources. Success when planning new remote technology projects can be measured in terms of increased profitability or ROI if the planners adequately address the build vs. buy decisions required when choosing the necessary hardware, software, deployment and integration strategy.
In the construction industry, as in business generally, risk management involves identifying risks, assessing them and then developing strategies to manage them. Organizations that manage risk well enjoy financial savings, greater productivity and service quality, improved success rates of new projects and better decision making. It is clear that, in today's complex business environment, risk factors are wide reaching, and are intrinsically linked to achieving organizational objectives.
Published By: Delphix
Published Date: Apr 14, 2015
ERP upgrades are necessary, but they too often exceed budget and schedule. Technologies in the emerging Data as a Service (DaaS) category promise to accelerate data delivery and reduce infrastructure requirements. DaaS eliminates time, cost, and risk associated with these business-critical projects.
Governments have long found it challenging to modernize legacy IT systems. Now comes pressure to offer digital government services. However, which takes priority? The answer is both. But rather than thinking linearly, the smart way is to execute simultaneously by standing a traditional IT approach on its head. Government agencies need to use technology to develop proactive and digital government services, from the outside in, from the perspective of the constituent, while making modernizing adjustments. To be successful, it is critical for government agencies to move beyond traditional development methodologies by adopting an agile development approach. But what are the challenges? How can they modernize massive projects already in the works? In short, how to get there? Download this E-book and find out where government agencies are falling short and where they can improve regarding digitization.
The European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will be upon us on May 25th 2018, and contrary to enduring public opinion, Brexit wonít make any difference. The GDPR comes in response to global shuffling of privacy laws to meet the growing demands of cloud, data security and other technological needs. The US Safe Harbor framework has been replaced with Privacy Shield, and on top of this is the e-Privacy Regulation, which takes specific interest in electronic communications, cookies for tracking user behaviour online, and other issues around personal data and consent.
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