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Published By: Red Hat     Published Date: Mar 16, 2015
Industry analyst firm IDC recently conducted primary research, commissioned by Red Hat, to determine the total cost of ownership (TCO) benefits Red Hat Enterprise Linux provides in the long term versus running mixed environments or primarily non-paid Linux distributions. The results of this analysis are clear: Organizations that standardize on Red Hat Enterprise Linux recover their up-front subscription costs faster through more efficient operations, less downtime and a more productive IT staff. Key findings include: Organizations that standardize on Red Hat Enterprise Linux have more efficient IT staffs Red Hat Enterprise Linux customers experience about one-fifth the amount of downtime as organizations using primarily non-paid Linux distributions Organizations that heavily use non-paid Linux have almost double the total operational costs Time to market for new application deployments can be greatly reduced with Red Hat Enterprise Linux
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total cost of ownership, up-front subscription costs, productive it staff, application deployments
    
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Published By: gyro     Published Date: Sep 10, 2015
Showing a softer side of manufacturing is winning over executives, according to a new study conducted by the FORTUNE Knowledge Group and gyro. While conventional wisdom and the standard manufacturing marketing approach would indicate that hard elements are more compelling, this new research suggests that the opposite is true: A significant majority of business leaders are moving to a more innate approach to decision-making, trusting their gut and relying on “soft” factors, such as company culture, reputation and level of trust, to help them make decisions.
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decision-making, company culture, reputation, emotion, strategy, buyers
    
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Published By: Nativeflow     Published Date: Feb 25, 2014
Are your company’s employees using Sharepoint, Dropbox for Business or other enterprise cloud file-sharing services? Do your users want to use standard market aps to view and edit shared files on the go? Are you concerned about preventing enterprise data leakage from mobile devices? Download the datasheet to learn about approaches that address these challenges so that your enterprise can use these services while ensuring enterprise data is protected.
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enterprise file-sharing, mobile devices, sharepoint, dropbox, cloud file-sharing, standard market app, datasheet, file leakage, data protection, edit shared files
    
Nativeflow
Published By: HP     Published Date: Aug 25, 2014
At first, virtualization efforts focused on optimization – making the server more efficient. These efforts transitioned into standardizing virtualization across the data center, including management of servers, storage and networking. Now customers are looking to use virtualization technology and all supporting infrastructure as a complete and extremely efficient system.HP ConvergedSystem 300 for Virtualization has been designed to address one of today’s top priorities for IT organizations – deploying applications faster through virtualization but in a way that does not increase IT complexity. Pre-configured to meet the needs of mid-market customers, HP ConvergedSystem 300 for Virtualization offerings can be easily, reliably, and rapidly deployed to support a variety of virtualized application use cases such as general IT infrastructure, decision support, collaboration or business processing.
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converged system, server, complexity, storage, networking, virtualization, data center, cloud, infrastructure, red hat, integrated, optimization, solution, standardizing
    
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Published By: Tyco Integrated Security     Published Date: Sep 10, 2015
Showing a softer side of manufacturing is winning over executives, according to a new study conducted by the FORTUNE Knowledge Group and gyro. While conventional wisdom and the standard manufacturing marketing approach would indicate that hard elements are more compelling, this new research suggests that the opposite is true: A significant majority of business leaders are moving to a more innate approach to decision-making, trusting their gut and relying on “soft” factors, such as company culture, reputation and level of trust, to help them make decisions.
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