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Published By: Dell Server     Published Date: Aug 08, 2018
This paper provides an overview of the changing dynamics in the business world that demand a new approach to IT infrastructure. It provides a perspective for business managers and executives who are looking for a way to align business and IT by facing the challenges of disruption for better business outcomes. We will discuss the Kinetic Infrastructure from Dell EMC powered by Intel® Xeon® Platinum processor, which is designed to support IT flexibility and business agility. In addition, we will describe the first implementation of kinetic infrastructure on the Dell EMC PowerEdge MX system. The paper will explain how Dell EMC is helping businesses to rethink their data center architecture and accelerate their path towards more agility.
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Published By: McAfee     Published Date: Apr 06, 2017
Kevin O'Sullivan, Security Service Director, Kinetic IT, explains how this Australian managed security services provider relies on McAfee Enterprise Security Manager to deliver visibility of risks and threats for its customers.
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siem, secops, security operations, threat visibility, compliance, integration
    
McAfee
Published By: Kinetic Data     Published Date: Oct 15, 2007
Properly implemented, service catalogs can help IT run as a business - not just "like" a business. They improve communication, provide users with easier access to IT services, and enable measurement-driven continuous process improvement. This white paper shows you how to achieve a successful service catalog implementation on BMC Remedy and extend the benefits of service catalogs across functional areas.
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itsm, service management, service, service catalog, service catalogs, bsdm, delivery management, service level agreement, sla, slas, service level agreements, catalog trends, kinetic, kinetic data
    
Kinetic Data
Published By: Kinetic Technologies     Published Date: Jun 23, 2008
Increasingly, companies are mandating the move to forklift free production floors on the basis of highly visible macro issues like safety improvements, reduced forklift lease and maintenance costs. However, there are many other less visible advantages with direct and secondary benefits that may play an important role in reducing costs and improving customer response.
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production, productivity, scm, supply chain, kinetic technologies, k-tec
    
Kinetic Technologies
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