Published By: FICO EMEA
Published Date: Jan 25, 2019
Communications service providers (CSPs) have long recognized the potential of data analytics. Yet their early efforts to pull actionable intelligence from the oceans of data they have access to were largely unsuccessful. Many tried a 'big bang' approach to building a central repository without knowing what they wanted to do with the data in it. The arrival of artificial intelligence (AI) – its machine learning subset in particular – has changed their thinking and approach.
For this Quick Insights report, we surveyed 64 professionals from CSPs around the world who are applying, leveraging and/ or planning to deploy advanced analytics in some capacity at various points across the customer lifecycle.
When measuring competitive differentiation in milliseconds, connectivity is a key component for any financial services company’s data center strategy. In planning the move of its primary data center, a large international futures and commodities trading company needed to find a provider that could deliver the high capacity connectivity it required.
Do projects seem to appear out of nowhere? Do you find yourself scrambling to pull together reports for executives? Download this free guide and learn about several project portfolio management pitfalls and how AtTask can help you avoid them.
It used to be that you would build out your datacenter with all the right considerations in place, purchasing equipment that was sized to meet the needs of your organization for today and the near term future.
Change used to be merely planning for capacity upgrades or network expansion, or migrating to the latest application version—or more simply put: things we could measure, control and manage.
With the advent of the cloud, the rise in cyber-based threats, and the need to do more, faster, we’re witnessing a perfect storm that is making it more and more difficult for the enterprise to plan for change, and to maximize the investments that they make in their IT infrastructure today.
This eBook will focus on considerations that you should make when deciding on an ADC solution that can not only survive these changes, but help create opportunities for innovation as the enterprise strives towards digital transformation. This guide will help you understand the changes that are currently unde
Whether you are an early adopter who has already started planning, or like several organizations, unsure of your next step, the following guidelines will help you prepare and plan for a successful migration to an 802.11ac WLAN.
Le standard de transmission 802.11ac est en passe de devenir la norme du Wifi nouvelle génération. La vitesse gigabit et l’amélioration des capacités et de la fiabilité offertes par le standard 802.11ac aux réseaux LAN sans fil (WLAN) se révèlent être d’inestimables atouts face à la croissance rapide du nombre d’utilisateurs, d’appareils et d’applications mobiles. Que vous soyez un adepte précoce ayant déjà commencé à tout planifier ou, comme bon nombre d’entreprises, encore hésitant concernant la marche à suivre, n’hésitez pas à télécharger ce guide en cinq étapes qui vous aidera à préparer et à planifier une migration réussie vers un réseau WLAN 802.11ac.
802.11ac ist auf dem besten Weg der neue Standard für Next-Generation Wi-Fi zu werden. Dieser neue 802.11ac Standard für Wireless LANs (WLANs) gewährleistet Gigabit-Geschwindigkeit, verbesserte Leistung und erhöhte Zuverlässigkeit und deckt damit alle Anforderungen ab, die durch die stetig steigende Zahl an mobilen Usern und mobilen Geräten sowie die verstärkte Nutzung von mobilen Applikationen entstehen. Ob Sie ein Early Adopter sind und bereits angefangen haben zu planen oder wie viele Unternehmen noch abwarten, laden Sie sich unsere Anleitung herunter und Sie erfahren, wie Sie in nur fünf Schritten ein 802.11ac WLAN aufsetzen können.
802.11ac va por buen camino para convertirse en el modelo para la próxima generación de Wi-Fi. La velocidad de transmisión de gigabits, su capacidad mejorada y la fiabilidad que proporciona 802.11ac a las redes inalámbricas LAN son amplificadas ya que el número de usuarios de móviles y dispositivos, así como el uso de aplicaciones continúan creciendo a gran velocidad. Tanto como si usted es uno de los primeros que ya han empezado a planificarse como si, al igual que les sucede a diversas organizaciones, no está seguro de qué es lo siguiente que debe hacer, descárguese esta guía en cinco pasos que le ayudará a prepararse y planificar una migración exitosa a WLAN 802.11ac.
L'802.11ac è sulla buona strada per diventare lo standard del Wi-Fi di nuova generazione. La velocità in gigabit, le migliori capacità e l'affidabilità che l'802.11ac conferisce alle reti LAN senza filo (WLAN) sono amplificate, mentre cresce a vista d'occhio l'utilizzo da parte di utenti, applicazioni e dispositivi. Sia che siate dei precursori che hanno già iniziato a pianificare o, come molte aziende, siate incerti sul da farsi, scaricando questa guida in cinque fasi potrete prepararvi e pianificare la corretta migrazione verso una rete WLAN da 802.11ac.
Published By: Anaplan
Published Date: Nov 27, 2017
"Your sales compensation plan must align to market practices to attract, motivate, and retain the right talent. But only 20 percent of companies surveyed reported complete alignment between the sales compensation program and company objectives.
To achieve the full benefit of an aligned sales compensation plan and a productive sale force, it is best to streamline the many siloed sales planning processes, including:
• Cost of sales
• Account potential
• Sales capacity
• Territory and quota
• Sales forecasting
Download this white paper to see how successful compensation programs can collate numerous data inputs and align processes to meet business goals."
Today’s K-12 schools are hungry for bandwidth. The reason is clear: highperforming, reliable and easily expanded network services support the latest classroom innovations, including videoconferencing, 1:1 computing, distance learning and modern learning management systems. It’s no surprise then that progressive educators now see a direct link between the overall success of their school districts and access to high-capacity networks. This emerged as a clear trend in new research by the Center for Digital Education (CDE) — a commanding 98 percent of administrators and IT representatives said the future of K-12 education hinges on ubiquitous connectivity.
This white paper lays a framework for planning and implementing high-performance networks. In addition to explaining why now’s the time to plan network upgrades, this paper answers one of the fundamental questions asked by IT managers at schools everywhere: “How much network capacity will we actually need?”
Published By: TeamQuest
Published Date: Sep 06, 2012
Watch as capacity planning expert Jon Hill explains the 3 crucial steps of successful capacity planning. Hill then performs real world demonstrations that detail each step using TeamQuest Performance Software.
Published By: TeamQuest
Published Date: Apr 09, 2014
The goal of capacity planning is to provide satisfactory service levels to users in a cost-effective manner. This paper describes the fundamental steps for performing capacity planning. Real life examples are provided using TeamQuestÂ® Performance Software.
Published By: VMTurbo
Published Date: Mar 25, 2015
An Intelligent Roadmap for Capacity Planning
Many organizations apply overly simplistic principles to determine requirements for compute capacity in their virtualized data centers. These principles are based on a resource allocation model which takes the total amount of memory and CPU allocated to all virtual machines in a compute cluster, and assumes a defined level of over provisioning (e.g. 2:1, 4:1, 8:1, 12:1) in order to calculate the requirement for physical resources.
Often managed in spreadsheets or simple databases, and augmented by simple alert-based monitoring tools, the resource allocation model does not account for actual resource consumption driven by each application workload running in the operational environment, and inherently corrodes the level of efficiency that can be driven from the underlying infrastructure.
This whitepaper outlines issues that arise when planning for growth of IT infrastructure and explains how the colocation of data centers can provide scalability, enabling users to modify capacity quickly to meet fluctuating demand.
Published By: CyrusOne
Published Date: Jan 19, 2012
This paper explores issues that arise when planning for growth of Information Technology infrastructure and explains how colocation of data centers can provide scalability, enabling users to modify capacity quickly to meet fluctuating demand.
The data center is central to IT strategy and houses the computational power, storage resources, and applications
necessary to support an enterprise business. A flexible data center infrastructure than can support and quickly deploy new applications can result in significant competitive advantage, but designing such a data center requires solid initial planning and thoughtful consideration of port density, access-layer uplink bandwidth, true server capacity, oversubscription, mobility, and other details.
By now, much has been written about the advantages server virtualization brings to an enterprise. In the June 2013 survey, 63% of all companies and 100% of large enterprises reported having a server virtualization program. However, when you
segment the virtualization rates, you find a trend that indicates that large enterprises in particular are not gaining all of the advantages that server virtualization has to offer.
What is more difficult and remains a challenge, particularly for large enterprises, is virtualizing Tier 1 applications. These are large, mission-critical enterprise applications such as email, customer relationship management (CRM), or enterprise resource planning (ERP). These applications tend to be very large,
consume the entire capacity of a current generation server, and require high application uptimes. As shown in Figure 1, the virtualization rates for these applications are far lower than Tier 2 apps. In this eBook, you’ll learn how the NEC enterprise server provides a platform that now gives customers the right platform to virtualize their Tier 1 apps.
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