Published By: BlackBerry
Published Date: May 20, 2009
Mobility is no longer considered a luxury within enterprise but a critical part of a networking
strategy as firms look to increase productivity and remain competitive in a rapidly changing environment. As mobility becomes an integral part of the infrastructure, IT must deal with supporting numerous devices including laptops, smartphones and other mobile handhelds. The challenge for IT will be enabling productivity improvements while mitigating the risk of numerous types of devices. The devices and their memory cards may hold sensitive organizational and personal information, including information about product announcements, 9inancial statements, or customer records.
Today's data centers are embarking down a path in which "old world" business, technology, and facility metrics are being pushed aside in order to provide unparalleled service delivery capabilities, processes, and methodologies. The expectations derived from today’s high-density technology deployments are driving service delivery models to extremes with very high service delivery capabilities adopted as baseline requirements within today’s stringent business models. Part of the "revolution" that is driving today's data center modeling to unprecedented high performance and efficiency levels is the fact that computer processing advances with regard to high-performance and smaller footprints have truly countered each other.
Unlike Wi-Fi access, 3G mobile broadband is available anywhere users have a mobile phone signal-from. From taxis, to trains, to remote stretches of road - your workforce will have access to critical data. If your company is even considering about deploying mobile broadband to its workforce, read this guide now!
Published By: Genesys
Published Date: Jan 27, 2009
In this document, Opus Research offers seven ways SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) can revolutionize customer care in your enterprise. More specifically, we evaluate deployments that involve SIP and provide case studies that integrate Genesys SIP the Customer Interaction Manager (CIM), Genesys Voice Platform (GVP), and Business Process Routing from Genesys Telecommunications Laboratories.
Hundreds of organizations around the world use Microsoft® SharePoint® with over 80 million implementations, allowing them to develop intelligent portals that seamlessly connect users, teams, and knowledge. With the release of Microsoft Offi ce SharePoint Server 2007, F5 has specifi cally developed and tested a comprehensive Application Ready infrastructure that enhances the security, availability and performance of SharePoint deployments, whether it’s over the LAN or across a global WAN.
F5 has worked with Microsoft during the beta cycle and beyond to ensure a high level of interoperability and optimization with the entire Windows Server 2008 platform. F5’s Application Ready Network for Windows Server 2008 not only helps optimize end-to-end performance, availability, and scalability for Windows Server 2008 deployments, but reduces the costs associated with deployment, management, and operation.
F5 and both Oracle and BEA have collaborated on delivering market-leading Application Delivery Networking solutions. For BEA WebLogic Server 10, F5 has designed an integrated and adaptable network platform for delivering WebLogic applications across the LAN and WAN. The result is an intelligent and powerful solution that secures and speeds your WebLogic deployment today, while providing an optimized architecture for the future.
Forrester examined multiple Click to Call deployments in order to quantify ROI, determine conversion rates and understand the impact on customer experience across channels. Read the analyst perspective and see how eStara Click to Call can change your business.
Microsoft Windows Deployment Services (WDS) provides an accessible, flexible way to perform mass deployments of current and legacy Windows operating systems. Using customized answer files and taking advantage scripting and other tools with WDS can help dramatically reduce the time to perform highly configured mass deployments with minimal infrastructure impact.
Regardless of industry or geographic location, business information is exploding on a massive scale—affecting primary, secondary, and archival storage systems. The sheer quantity of data being amassed is outpacing organizations' ability to keep tabs on it, maintain corporate compliance, meet strict government regulation, and even simply house it in a useful format that can provide invaluable history and knowledge. Learn more today.
For workloads that traditionally require dual-processor systems, such as e-mail and collaboration, Web serving and Java-based applications, IBM offers the System x3350. It's also ideal for server deployments that require a dedicated server with high RAS features. For extensive details, download the product guide.
Current trends show that the vast majority of companies are moving to services-oriented architectures (SOAs) and deploying Web services within and across their IT infrastructure.However, the success of those deployments is determined by the integrations and innovations that Web services make possible and how Web services affect the quality and performance of the mission-critical applications with which they interface.
Enterprise networks are going through massive change, and the convergence of voice and data including Communication deployments, upgrades, transformations and ongoing management remain a top priority. According industry analysts at Aberdeen Group, 61% are planning for Communications in the next two years. In order to get the most from their Unified Communications investment at the time of deployment and beyond, enterprises must leverage both active testing and configuration analysis techniques to certify and validate that environments are configured as designed.
In today’s global marketplace, you rely on your IP telephony environment to unite employees who work remotely, in a branch, or at the office headquarters by providing seamless, effective communications. Whether at the time of deployment, during an upgrade, or through an operational review, validating these environments to function properly and meet user expectations is critical.
It has become clear that storage virtualization has become a core element of the storage strategy of forward-thinking end users and that the technology is finally delivering the value that it had promised earlier this decade. In this paper by Taneja Group, you'll learn about IBM SAN Volume Controller, its architecture and features, and about 5 tangible benefits of storage virtualization.
Voice Over IP (VoIP) deployments can cause unexpected or unplanned power and cooling
requirements in wiring closets and wiring rooms. Most wiring closets do not have
uninterruptible power available, and they do not provide the ventilation or cooling required to prevent equipment overheating. Understanding the unique cooling and powering needs of VoIP equipment allows planning for a successful and cost effective VoIP deployment. This paper explains how to plan for VoIP power and cooling needs, and describes simple, fast, reliable, and cost effective strategies for upgrading old facilities and building new facilities.
Published By: Motorola
Published Date: Feb 06, 2008
This paper describes the key issues a multi-national enterprise needs to consider when determining the requirements for deploying a global wireless messaging project. It then outlines how the Good™ Mobile Messaging solution addresses those key issues. Also included are includes two case studies of recent Good Technology customer deployments.
Published By: Motorola
Published Date: Feb 06, 2008
In this paper, Frost & Sullivan has detailed leading mobile solution deployments, products in development and new product features and modifications for leading solution vendors in the mobile enterprise space. All solutions were then compared, evaluated and ranked based on parameters considered as critical in the implementation of a wireless enterprise solution.
Published By: Solidcore
Published Date: Jan 07, 2008
Demonstrating ROI for service management investments can be difficult, especially with multi-phase deployments like ITIL that can require significant up-front investment in exchange for returns produced in the future. Learn how setting milestones and measuring the value of each phase of an ITIL implementation can help prove the project’s value and shape its focus.
Despite the ease and enthusiasm with which knowledge workers have embraced Web collaboration, user-driven integration can only go so far. It is imperative that CIOs take control of their collaboration deployments now and weave collaboration solutions deep into the fabric of their business processes and enterprise software strategies.
Fax servers promise easier administration and cheaper faxing but most deployments fail to meet their goals because of unexpected, ongoing costs and unpredictable capacity needs. This paper offers information on why outsourced fax services eliminate the time, effort and cost issues associated with fax servers, but retain all of the same functionality.
This paper summarizes the key ingredients for a successful on-demand implementation. Find out how you can benefit from the knowledge gained by the Salesforce.com Global Services organization, as outlined in the seven domains described in this paper.
To all but the savviest technologists, today's typical Web-architected enterprise product diagram is a confusing jumble of acronyms and buzzwords and pledges of "true enterprise wide" deployments. Separating the hype from reality is critical for end-users to select enterprise products that deliver the full benefits of true enterprise Web deployment.
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