When it comes to application infrastructure, some of the burning questions that organizations are asking themselves include:
If I host some of my application functionality in the could, how do I integrate that with my existing on-premises applications?
How do I integrate my on-premises application with external business partners?
Everyone is talking about platform as a service (PaaS). Should I use it? If so, when and when not?
In this research, we address these questions by introducing the concept of iPaaS, a specific form of PaaS targeting integration and governance requirements, and how it can be used to address cloud-to-on-premises and other related requirements.
Unlike a basic document management system, ECM goes beyond storing and retrieving content to provide functionality that supports business initiatives. Multiple document types are captured, integrated, processed and measured to streamline workflows.
The majority of companies have a difficult time deploying NAC across the enterprise. No existing NAC solution provides access control for all endpoints and operating systems – leaving vulnerable blind spots on the network. Some company leaders spend hundreds of thousands – even millions – of dollars on a NAC solution only to spend years trying to implement the technology. As a result, this can turn into a very frustrating process.
However, the solution intended to help you better secure and manage your network shouldn’t wind up creating greater risk and chaos. There are ways to set your network and your team up for success. Here are some tips to help you when considering deploying a NAC solution.
In today’s ‘always on, always connected’ world where sensitive data is almost certain to be stored electronically, organizations can no longer afford to operate without some form of Endpoint Protection. The costs related to network downtime or stolen data resulting from malicious attacks significantly outweighs that of maintaining an up to date solution.
Although the unified nature of Endpoint Protection has made extensive security functionality easier to manage, selecting the right products can be a difficult task. This whitepaper aims to explain how the core functionality of Enterprise Protection suites have developed, what to look for in a solution, and which technologies will need to be considered in the future. In today’s business environment, it is no longer a question of whether to invest in Endpoint Protection, but a question of which solution is right for your organization.
Published By: Simplivity
Published Date: May 18, 2015
SimpliVity’s Data Virtualization Platform (DVP) leverages real-time deduplication, compression and optimization technologies to deliver a radically simplified and dramatically lower cost infrastructure platform. Get the full report for an overview of SimpliVity’s OmniCube: Cloud economics with enterprise performance, protection, and functionality.
Download the Free White Paper: Piksi Multi for Autonomous Vehicles to learn how Swift Navigation’s centimeter-level accurate GNSS solution improves the performance of autonomous vehicles. Piksi Multi is a centimeter-accurate RTK GPS receiver designed for easy integration in the automotive core sensor suite. Its multiple bands and satellite constellations improve robustness of autonomous vehicle functionality with 99th percentile accuracy and convergence times in seconds.
Published By: Emarsys
Published Date: Feb 14, 2018
There is no downside to adopting AI, unless you have to hire third parties who aren’t fully integrated with the rest of your platform. Then you’ve got a “bought, not built” solution that can’t give you all the functionality that AI has to offer.
But that’s not the worst conclusion you could come to. That category would be reserved for doing nothing at all and resisting AI despite all the evidence we’ve seen from the companies who have piloted, implemented and expanded their AI solutions.
There is little question that cloud is well established as a way to deliver business applications. Based on IDC research, over 70% of manufacturing companies are using hosted applications somewhere within their supply chain, with another 25% considering it. The most popular supply chain management (SCM) application areas are transportation related (transportation management, global trade management), where the "network effect" (i.e., carrier pooling, regulatory impact) can leverage both shared knowledge and existing connectivity along with sales and operations planning, demand signal management, and business intelligence/analytics. The concern that cloud is "risky" is increasingly taking a back seat to the perceived benefits of the technology. Indeed, those benefits, both achieved and anticipated, are significant, including cost, speed of implementation, and the ability to "consume" new capabilities and functionality easily and transparently.
Published By: Jobvite
Published Date: Aug 25, 2016
The talent acquisition market has changed dramatically. It is no longer just about placing ads on different sites and waiting for the resumes to roll in. Rather, it’s ferreting out those passive candidates and convincing them that your company is where they can shine and grow in their profession. Today’s recruiters must proactively search, find, and nurture candidates in this tough job market, and they need good tools to do this. In Forrester’s 45 criteria evaluation of talent acquisition vendors, we identified the 12 most significant software providers — ADP, Cornerstone OnDemand, Findly, IBM Kenexa, iCIMS, Jobvite, Lumesse, Oracle, PageUp People, PeopleFluent, SuccessFactors, and Technomedia — in the talent acquisition category that provide both applicant tracking system (ATS) and various levels of talent relationship management (TRM) functionality in their recruiting offering. This report details our findings about how well each vendor fulfills our criteria and where they stand in r
Published By: Sitecore
Published Date: Oct 12, 2015
This new report outlines the must-have functionality to look for in a content management system so you’re able to deliver customer experiences with agility and precision. It explains the evolving definition of “web content management” and charts nine key capabilities to investigate.
Published By: LiveOps
Published Date: Aug 03, 2012
This paper will first discuss the impact of cloud computing, consumerization of IT, and the emergence of social media in driving the transition from traditional on-premises call centers to a superior model, the cloud contact center.
With the growing array of hardware, software, and systems necessary to support businesses, today more than ever, software-as-a-service or on-demand solutions offer feature-rich, real-time functionality without the burden associated with deploying, managing and supporting an in-house approach. See if it’s right for you.
IBM is too big for my business. Intuit is too small. IBM is too expensive. Quickbooks isn't secure enough. We've all heard these statements and others like them-and you probably thought they were true. Here, we unravel the truth about what it's really like to do business with IBM and Intuit and help to make your decision about switching business software easier.
Published By: IBM ILOG.
Published Date: Jul 14, 2009
This white paper discusses one of the most effective ways to extend CRM functionality to competitively enhance your customers' experiences. By using business rules as a non-disruptive extension to your existing CRM system, you will facilitate highly personalized, flexible and consistent interactions in real time at the point of contact. Learn more today!
This Taneja Group paper outlines a new technology that addresses increasing virtual complexity and radically simplifies IT infrastructure, without sacrificing functionality. Get your complimentary 17-page report now.
Today many HR organizations are struggling with systems that fall short when it comes to meeting the strategic demand for a talented and engaged workforce. In fact, 84% of HR organizations are currently looking at cloud alternatives, but the promise of the cloud can lead to fragmented, inflexible systems with limited functionality that result in inconsistent global HR processes. What’s more, HR IT has questions about key requirements like integration, data security, and performance.
This eBook explores the core components of a cloud-based ERP solution that delivers enterprise-class software without sacrificing functionality or changes to business processes and with no additional cost for infrastructure and complicated integrations.
In the race to establish and maintain strong customer relationships, line-of-business executives are increasingly turning to cloud-based, software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications like Salesforce. That’s because these applications offer greater functionality and scalability than on-premises applications.
An enterprise-grade, Integration platform as a Service (iPaaS) application can provide a unified approach and toolset to support today’s disparate, hybrid IT landscape, and offer benefits for companies of all sizes.
Read this guidebook to learn how to build better customer relationships by connecting the data the data that runs your business, and automating business processes that can benefit from Salesforce application integration.
Published By: Polycom
Published Date: Sep 24, 2014
Unified communications (UC) has been a market in the making for well over a decade, as companies look to improve corporate collaboration. UC, the concept of streamlining phone, email, chat, video and content collaboration, has become a corporate objective for reducing the cost and complexity of communications and increasing employee productivity. What began 10 years ago as a hardware-driven effort to combine PBX systems, computer servers and video infrastructure, is now evolving to include software-enabled processes and functionality.
Despite the range of functionality offered in Office 365, like any cloud-based offering, it cannot be all things to all customers. There are features missing in Office 365 that will prompt some customers to consider the use of third-party, cloud-based, or on-premise tools to enhance Office 365’s native capabilities. Specifically, these third-party enhancements are focused primarily on the security, archiving, and encryption capabilities built into Office 365. Read now!
Published By: Rackspace
Published Date: Mar 08, 2016
Watch as industry experts discuss strategies for overcoming design, deployment, and monitoring challenges in a Microsoft Cloud Platform environment. They examine real-life situations in which Rackspace architected and deployed Microsoft Private Cloud at scale, across multiple geographies. You’ll get first-hand what Red Hat has learned along the way, such as how to approach the integration of Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) functionality, designing resilient architectures and failover, as well as building for scale.
While globalization was once the exclusive domain of the large multi-billion dollar companies, today even small to medium size enterprises cannot escape the issues associated with global trade and offshore manufacturing. Whether you view the world as flat or round, it is definitely shrinking. Download this whitepaper to learn more.
Read the article about SAP Rapid Deployment Solutions for SAP CRM. The article answers three important questions about these solutions, discussing what functionality is available, why you can be sure the implementation will bring rapid benefits, and where you can find more information. (SAPinsider, Jan - March 2011 )
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