This white paper explains how you can unleash the full potential of mobility - greater productivity, flexibility, and better economics - by unifying secure device access, user authentication, provisioning, and management.
A poll of CIOs and IT managers reports why departments must defend against complex internal and external threats while mitigating regulatory and compliance concerns. The results provide data about how enterprises view compliance.
Your people and business can do amazing things when technology runs at its best. The new ITSM experience helps organizations achieve greatness in today’s mobile, social and user-centric reality. Discover a better way for users to access service and support anywhere, anytime. Explore enhanced productivity for IT staff, and seamless integration across IT operation management systems. Download now.
The explosion of User Generated Content, or UGC, has drastically shifted the way people interact with brands. And as brands turn to UGC in place of their brand produced content, there are new risks that come with the rewards. To help mitigate these potential legal issues, we have developed a guide with everything you need to know about rights management.
Mobile is the new normal for users to connect and consume content, you need to consider apps, mobile integration,security, analytics, development tools, life-cycle management, various mobile stakeholders, and the overall enterprise mobile ecosystem.
IDC studied 14 mobile and fixed-line service providers that implemented Tivoli Netcool and found that IBM Tivoli Netcool can help in big ways. It reduces costs by improving operational efficiencies and still allows you to deliver a high-quality custom management.
Discover the hidden dangers posed by privileged users and the damages they have caused. This webcast features two senior analysts from Burton Group Identity and Privacy Strategies, as well as IBM identity and access management solutions address this security and compliance challenge.
"Time is money. You can't do business if you can't access your applications. I won't settle for anything less than 99.99% application availability." Steven Sommer, veteran CIO/CTO There is no aspect more critical to a business than the ability of its end users, customers, business partners and suppliers to have high availability access the corporate applications. If applications are unavailable, business ceases. And corporations know it.
User access-related business risk comprises a broad array of potentially damaging events that may be caused or made possible by inadequate governance of access to an enterprise’s information assets. Such events range from relatively minor policy and compliance violations to disastrous business losses. The stakes involved in access-related risk have risen dramatically in recent years as organizations have become thoroughly operationalized by technology.
Nearly every business person regardless of their role – be it marketer, salesperson, consultant, engineer, or business owner – has acquired a second responsibility: project manager. In their desire to move quickly and keep costs low, many of these business people turn to the ubiquitous spreadsheet for help. Using a spreadsheet to track, update, and consolidate project information means spending valuable time on project administration – sending, receiving, and finding e-mails; cutting, pasting, consolidating, and reporting information; and reformatting, saving, and e-mailing spreadsheets.
Listen in as Andras Cser, Principal Analyst at Forrester Research, speaks about trends he is seeing in the Identity & Access Management (IAM) market, and specifically about the challenges and benefits of user provisioning.
This white paper highlights an architectural design for a 50,000-seat VMware View architecture created by NetApp, VMware, Cisco, Fujitsu, and Wyse. Explore how the project demonstrates the most reliable methods for deploying a scalable and easily expandable environment, anywhere from 5,000 to 50,000 seats.
This eBook looks at the challenges involved in delivering and managing desktops, today and in the future. Its goal is to demonstrate how VMware desktop virtualization can deliver a solution to address the requirements of IT and end-users without compromise.
Join Steve Brasen, EMA Managing Research Director, and Kimber Spradlin, IBM Product Marketing for Endpoint Manager, for this informative, on-demand Webinar where the latest unified endpoint management research is revealed. Learn the strategic management processes necessary to empower a mobile workforce with the agility to adapt to rapidly evolving business requirements.
Topics discussed include:
• Securing devices without impeding user productivity
• Expanding management processes to address increased device heterogeneity
• Supporting employee-owned devices
• Simplifying practices for delivering business IT services
• Enhancing user flexibility in accessing IT resources necessary to achieve business goals
Learn how to collect, store, and leverage the social profile data of your most profitable website users, plus best practices and case studies for social login, sharing, gamification, and single sign-on. Get the paper now!
Never before have digital marketers been blessed with such immense quantities of online customer data at our disposal, yet been so incapacitated by how to use it. This paper explores ways to collect value from customer related information.
A common objective for a website is to convert an anonymous visitor to an engaged and active registered user. Download this paper for best practices in implementing online user registration and collecting data without sacrificing conversion rates.
The rise of the social consumer creates tremendous opportunities for organizations to develop deeper relationships with their customers in support of their business objectives. Whether your goals are to acquire new users, increase on-site engagement, or collect and leverage customer insights (or all of the above), a comprehensive user management platform solution will play a critical role.
Databases and information management systems let you describe, categorize, store, modify and analyze data. What if you could do the same with decisions? Your systems could learn from previous choices and manipulate them to fit new parameters to intelligently mold future decisions made by executives, everyday business users and even your systems to optimize outcomes. Read this a specially selected excerpt from James Taylor's new book, "Decision Management Systems: A Practical Guide to Using Business Rules and Predictive Analytics" to discover the guiding principles for building decision management systems that can help your organization differentiate itself from the competition at virtually every decision point.
SAP users have been slow to adopt cloud computing, but IBM PureFlex Systems offer the potential to transform the server, storage and network infrastructures that support SAP enterprise environments and extend management services to non-SAP applications. Read this executive summary to learn how PureFlex Systems can dramatically reduce costs and cycle times.
Why should you consider Microsoft Azure? Benefits include improved efficiency and agility, scalability, lower IT costs and a consistent user experience between Microsoft's Cloud and your cloud.
CDW Principal Consulting Engineer Matt Riley also says Microsoft Azure offers multi-factor authentication, giving users a more robust identity management structure, allowing them to automatically provision users. Watch this webinar to learn more about Microsoft Azure.
As organizations evolve from virtualized infrastructures to private clouds, IT management must measure success by the efficiencies of the infrastructure in providing end users with flexible and cost-effective services and service levels. NetApp® OnCommand® Insight storage resource management software provides service analytics that help enterprises manage the complexity of this transition. OnCommand Insight provides a holistic view into complex multivendor and multiprotocol storage services and powerful analytics to help organizations fully leverage the promise of cloud computing.
Self-service is an advanced element of private cloud environments that improves management efficiency and business agility, as well as lowering operating expenses. A self-service environment streamlines the interaction between users and the IT department. It empowers internal consumers of IT services to request and receive appropriately configured resources on demand with minimal IT intervention. NetApp® OnCommand® Workflow Automation, the NetApp Management SDK with open APIs, and key ecosystem partnerships enable enterprises to easily integrate their orchestration solutions and custom management tools with the NetApp storage service catalog for automated storage provisioning and protection. Customers can thereby create a self-service, web-based portal that efficiently delivers IT as a service to virtualization administrators, application administrators, and users, while enabling IT staff to focus on higher value activities.
This paper exposes—and debunks—the top 10 DaaS myths, which range from supposed cost, user experience and security issues, to ease of use, licensing and integration limitations. It shows how, by consuming virtual desktops as a cloud-hosted service, businesses can deliver high-performing desktops to users on any device in minutes, easing IT management burdens and reducing the total cost of desktop ownership.