Published By: DocuSign
Published Date: Apr 24, 2018
"With every eSignature vendor claiming they are “eiDAS compliant”, you should equip yourself with the right level of knowledge to filter through what is right for your business. Download the whitepaper to learn why it is important choose an eSignature service provider that:
• Delivers all the various e-signature types defined by eIDAS: Simple, Advanced and Qualified
• Is independently accredited against European Commission-recommended technical standards
• Offers international reach and experience to accommodate your business"
Commoditization is a serious threat to the telecommunications industry. Most CSPs offer similar services at rates designed to win what has become a price war. As a result, many face decreasing margins and difficulty sustaining differentiation based on prices or products alone. On top of commoditization, CSPs also face competition from OTT providers and an increasingly knowledgeable and demanding customer base. With access to growing amounts of data from an ever-increasing number of sources and devices, today’s empowered, savvy consumers know what they want and expect to get it.
Research shows that today’s business goals are centered on reducing costs, strengthening customer relationships and improving financial management. The biggest challenges to achieving these goals are lack of skills and investment funds, and inadequate linkages between the IT environment and how business processes are managed. Read this analyst report to see why enterprises are turning to managed services to help overcome these challenges so that they can optimize the value of their IT investments and achieve their corporate objectives.
As mobile technology evolves, it’s bringing rapid change to enterprises everywhere, so it’s essential to know the latest trends and how to build on them to create real business benefits. IDC believes third-party mobility service providers will play a key role in helping you do just that. Read the analyst report to get expert insight into how you can benefit from key mobile trends; building blocks and best practices for successful deployment and adoption of any mobility initiative; critical factors to consider when evaluating an IT services provider; and details on how IBM MobileFirst services can help you achieve a sustainable competitive advantage
Net Atlantic's whitepaper, "15 Trade Secrets of Email Service Providers" uncovers the details behind email service providers (ESPs) and their practices. It highlights the differences between an email marketing server and a static web server, the methods used to avoid SPAM, and how ESPs achieve and maintain high deliverability rates. Marketers should know these secrets before embarking on an email marketing strategy, or entering into a deal with an ESP.
Net Atlantic's free on-demand webinar, Solutions for Email Subscriber Management, covers several ways to manage your subscribers to maximize deliverability, including permission options, suppression files, re-engagement campaigns, and more. Your relationship with your clients is the most important factor in your success. A good email service provider should provide you with the tools to help you engage your subscribers successfully.
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Cloud adoption is growing, but relatively few organizations
have advanced cloud strategies.
Achieving greater levels of cloud adoption allows organizations
to materially improve strategic allocation of IT budgets, lower IT costs, reduce time to provision IT services, increase revenue, and improve ability to meet SLAs. Private cloud adoption is greater than public cloud.
Additionally, private cloud/OpenStack adopters are more likely to expect better business outcomes IDC sees web-scale public cloud making way for enterprise-class “provider-based cloud”.
Published By: Gold Lasso
Published Date: Jul 13, 2007
There are more than one hundred Email Service Providers (ESPs) selling their services in the market today and all of them are on the hunt for new customers. This white paper identifies what we call, "decision points," factors that make it worth your while to consider finding a new ESP.
Download this side-by-side comparison guide that breaks down the industry's top 15 CRM players (including Salesforce.com, RightNow Technologies, NetSuite, Microsoft, Entellium, SugarCRM and Oracle) so you can quickly and easily compare the features and costs of each. Learn more today!
This Frost & Sullivan whitepaper provides an overview of the latest DDoS attack trends, and offers examples of how cloud service and hosting providers can use Arbor Networks solutions to protect their data centers from DDoS attacks and more.
Published By: Logicalis
Published Date: May 05, 2014
As you plan your next communication and collaboration project, here are key requirements to keep in mind. These help ensure that your solution performs beyond expectations while delivering a best-in-class user experience alongside the business value you’re seeking.
At Viavi Solutions® we’ve had the benefit of observing a number of hybrid cloud deployments up close. All sectors of IT users—from small to large enterprises, governmental groups, and even cloud service providers (CSPs) who themselves have begun to offer managed cloud services from third-party platforms—touch the hybrid cloud environment. CIOs, especially, face new challenges in deploying or expanding their enterprise presence in the cloud. This white paper examines four critical areas—migration, security, costs, and visibility—where CIOs can make major differences in the successful execution of hybrid cloud strategies. We’ve listed 20 fundamental questions CIOs can discuss with both their internal deployment groups and their external CSP/system integrator in preparation for a migration to or an expansion of hybrid cloud services.
In this infograph learn the benefits regarding cloud services and whether it is more cost effective to build an IT Infrastructure for cloud on-site or to partner with a cloud provider that offers a fully managed solution.
Cisco offers an approach to network security that protects against new and emerging threats while enhancing network visibility and control.
Cisco’s proven email and web security products protect 50 percent of Fortune 1000 companies, more than 20 percent of the world's largest enterprises, and eight of the 10 largest Internet service providers.
Service providers around the world share concerns about running out of bandwidth. Business challenges surrounding continued bandwidth growth, linked to video, mobility, and cloud applications, are significant. Service providers also report declining revenue from a cost-per-bit perspective, so not only does the network need to grow, it also needs to grow more cost effectively. The Cisco Virtual Networking Index™ (Cisco VNI™) predicts that over 50 billion devices will be connected over these networks by 2020. The network effects of the Internet of Things, LTE mobility, and mobile video are just beginning to be understood. In a world where mobile device network additions are growing four times faster than the population, and machine-to-machine (M2M) device network additions are growing five times faster than mobile device additions, this problem is clearly becoming highly important and requires a good solution.
Today’s branch office requires the same level of rich application services as the company headquarters to ensure business innovation and employee productivity.
Why are these services needed? What impact do they have on the network, IT staff, and service provider? What is the best way to boost the branch-office network to optimum levels - both technically and tactfully - if the devices provided do not meet the new requirements? Read on to learn more.
Published By: Riverbed
Published Date: Jul 18, 2014
Recent developments and trends such as BYOD, advances in enterprise video technologies, and a proliferation of employee collaboration platforms have prompted more and more organizations to develop comprehensive unified communications (UC) strategies. Compelled by the prospect of reducing communication costs and raising employee productivity, 78% of organizations report they already have a strategic plan and budget in place for at least some components of UC. Download to learn more!
To respond to rapid business environmental changes, enterprises are now adopting a more agile and services-oriented model for centralized IT, often characterized as “private cloud.” Public cloud service providers have become adept at adding new customers, new applications, and more compute-intensive workloads with minimal delay. While traditional enterprise IT may not be able to fully emulate this model, they can use virtualization – both at the levels of servers and storage – to come as close to the cloud as possible. Read this Evaluator Group paper to learn how HP 3PAR StoreServ Storage platforms can be foundational to developing IT agility.
The world is moving rapidly towards a New Style of IT, and will leave behind any business that doesn’t adapt even more rapidly. Is your storage ready? Learn how HP 3PAR StoreServ Storage is the only primary storage architecture you will ever need—regardless of whether you are a midsize enterprise experiencing rapid growth in your virtualized Microsoft® Exchange, Microsoft SQL, or Oracle Database environment, a large enterprise looking to support IT as a Service (ITaaS), or a global service provider building a hybrid/private cloud.
Fast-growing data and widespread virtualization have ratcheted up data protection challenges no matter what the size of your business. This paper will describe the challenges of data protection, why deduplication is critical to meeting the challenges, how HP is achieving its vision of federated dedupe with StoreOnce – and what HP’s StoreOnce VSA announcement and achievement means to backup services providers, enterprises with remote or branch offices and small and medium businesses as well.
Data Intensity is an enterprise cloud services provider focusing on Oracle applications. Founded in 2001, it currently has 240 employees and operates two data centers with about 1,200 virtual servers. They needed a flexible storage platform to handle growth of individual customer applications, such as Oracle ERP, with minimal downtime with low operating costs. Testing included storage systems from five different vendors to find a solution that was easy to administer and provides thin provisioning, snapshots, and rapid provisioning.