Even after decades of industry and technology advancements, there still is no universal, integrated storage solution that can reduce risk, enable profitability, eliminate complexity and seamlessly integrate into the way businesses operate and manage data at scale? To reach these goals, there are capabilities that are required to achieve the optimum results at the lowest cost. These capabilities include availability, reliability, performance, density, manageability and application ecosystem integration? This paper outlines a better way to think about storing data at scale—solving these problems not only today, but well into the future?
Published By: Lookout
Published Date: Aug 30, 2017
Most people define mobile devices – smartphones and tablets – as those
running a mobile-optimized operating system (e.g. iOS, Android, Windows
Phone). There’s a trend emerging, however, in which traditional mobile
devices are gaining functionality typically associated with PCs.
At the same time, PCs are being architected more like mobile devices — an
interbreeding of species, if you will. The iPad Pro, for example, has a
keyboard. With Windows 10, phones and tablets can run “Universal” apps
that also run on PCs. Windows 10 also has application-layer sandboxing,
code-signing, and an app store with apps pre-vetted by Microsoft. In
certain configurations (i.e. enterprise-managed devices), a laptop running
Windows 10 has a security architecture that looks strikingly similar to a
smartphone or tablet.
Cloud is a rapidly emerging necessity in IT. Relied upon the world's largest enterprise data centers and cloud networks, NetScaler is universally recognized as an outstanding application delivery controller. Learn how NetScaler beats the competition.
Mobility and consumerization are little more than buzzwords without the applications that drive business activities. A successful enterprise mobility strategy places priority on applications first, mapping their mission to the variety of use cases out in the field. Success with mobilizing Microsoft® Windows® applications also requires a broad technology approach. The right approach integrates a universal client and single sign-on with a comprehensive application delivery platform to ensure information security and a seamless user experience. This paper describes how you can simplify application mobilization with Citrix.
Windows 10 devices share a common application platform, the Universal Windows Platform (UWP). Applications can be built on UWP to run equally well on phones, tablets, and PCs. Developers can target multiple device types with a single application, making it more efficient and cost-effective to empower mobile workers.
The new IBM MQ Appliance M2001 provides an optimized version of IBM MQ V8 that runs in a hardware appliance. IBM MQ provides universal messaging that allows applications, systems and services to connect and exchange information securely, reliably, rapidly and simply. Offering MQ capability in hardware appliances, additional features are provided, as well as some appliance benefits.
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MaaS360 delivers robust UEM capabilities across all major
computing platforms, including iOS, macOS, Android and
Windows devices. And where competing solutions offer incomplete
support for legacy Microsoft platforms, MaaS360 supports
Windows XP SP3, Microsoft Windows Vista, Microsoft
Windows 7, Microsoft Windows 8, Windows 10 and Microsoft
Windows 10 Mobile. These capabilities include:
Identity and access management (IAM) that allows a shift from a device-based context to a more comprehensive, userbased context
Application management, including an intuitive, universal application catalog for iOS, macOS, Android and Windows, advanced bundling and promotion features, bulk application purchase and distribution capabilities, and fine-grained data controls
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