This is the third part of a three-part white paper series. Part 3 describes how to move on from the basic controls and how each organization should decide which, of all the extra security controls available, are right to be brought in next.
Drawing on the findings from multiple benchmark studies on best practices in email security and security software as a service, Aberdeen's analysis shows that users of cloud-based email security had substantially better results than users of on-premise email security implementations in the critical areas of security, compliance, reliability and cost.
The healthcare industry is evolving at a rapid pace from both technology and business perspectives. New technologies are
dramatically improving healthcare, from diagnostic imaging and scanning tools to the digitization of medical records. From
the business side, the industry continues to consolidate, with metropolitan or regional medical providers absorbing local
clinics and rural practices, and large retailers acquiring pharmacies, minute clinics, and urgent care facilities. As a result,
many healthcare companies are now competing with retailers for business.
This paper presents the value of an enterprise POL based on a Bell Labs economic analysis. It examines the financial benefits of an optical network compared to traditional copper-based Ethernet architectures. Also discussed in this white paper is why a POL provides the most cost-effective option to meet the gigabit speed networking challenges of a future digital enterprise.
We’ve all heard the phrase “you have to spend money to make money,” and while it may be accurate to some extent, businesses also have to keep a close eye on their budgets. As you establish your technology allowance and evaluate tools to help grow your business, consider these five items as absolute essentials.
Think SD-WAN is the panacea for modern networking?
While there’s no doubt that SD-WAN technology is absolutely necessary to support the rapid innovation required by today’s cloud-first enterprise, it is just one of many capabilities that make next-generation networking possible.
Read this eBook to learn how to take your enterprise network to a best-practices level with a complete solution that includes:
• Cloud-grade SD-WAN to automate connectivity and orchestration across hybrid WANs, cloud networks, and remote branch LANs/WLANs.
• Rich visibility into heavily-encrypted environments for an end-to-end view of performance and fast resolution of problems.
• Built-in optimization that unifies application acceleration and SD-WAN network services for complete control over application performance.
If a contact center executive could have anything, it would be certainty… of contact demand, resource availability, operational efficiency, and of agent performance and customer experience delivery. But certainty in a contact center is nearly impossible, and in the absence of a crystal ball, mathematical models provide the next best thing. They alert, evaluate operational risk, and propose business and resourcing solutions. And now, the best of these models also determine expected experience delivery.
Evaluator Group worked with HP to access the features, performance and enterprise capabilities of the HP StoreOnce B6200 Backup system. HP labs and equipment were utilized, with testing under the direction of on-site Evaluator Group personnel. Testing
Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) Labs performed a hands-on analysis of IBM's System Storage SAN Volume Controller storage virtualization solution in order to validate its value proposition to customers. ESG Labs found that SAN Volume Controller is a rock-solid, feature-rich platform that delivers on the promise of network based storage virtualization: reducing the complexity and cost of managing SAN attached storage.
During this podcast, you’ll hear from Thomas Koulopoulos, founder of Delphi Group, managing director of Perot Systems Innovation Labs, and author of Smartsourcing. A widely recognized authority on IT, innovation and the globalization of business, Tom was named one of the industry’s six most influential consultants by InformationWeek magazine.
Customer experience (CX) continues to dominate the agenda, and it is clear from the research that retailers collectively grasp the importance of a personalised and mobilefriendly experience which is relevant at every stage of the customer journey.
It makes absolute sense for retailers to focus on optimising the mobile experience as part of their CX initiatives. CX is a differentiator for retail brands and, as part of this trend, the mobile experience in particular will increasingly define your brand.
High performers are quick to detect and respond to subtle changes in their markets, absorb external pressures without undue disruption, and consistently achieve superior results. among these leading organizations is an increasing recognition of the value of using unified enterprise performance management solutions to measure, manage, and monitor their financial and nonfinancial performance.
Published By: VMTurbo
Published Date: Mar 25, 2015
Virtualization 1.0 vs. Virtualization 2.0: Where Are You?
Virtualization 1.0 is marked by the ability to virtualize, monitor, and react to problems across the environment as they occur. Ever cognizant of the performance limitations that typify higher workload densities, Virtualization 1.0 hesitates to virtualize the critical applications that would be most beneficial. Virtualization 1.0 is limited by the inherent complexities of virtualization.
Virtualization 2.0 is marked by complete, proactive control over the virtual environment. Virtualization 2.0 virtualizes up to 100% of its applications, guided by an intelligent abstraction that continually drives the environment to its desired state. Virtualization 2.0 is the promise of virtualization brought to fruition.