Collaboration among compliance safety, and risk
DS Services, a distributor of leading beverage brands to residential and business customers, employs more than 3,500 drivers nationwide. Tracking its drivers – and ensuring they’re qualified to be behind the wheel – isn’t easy. “Reviewing motor vehicle records (MVRs) can take weeks, as every state reports violation information differently,” says Jason Gay, DOT compliance administrator for DS Services. “I was spending 12 to 15 hours a week on paperwork alone. It was time to simplify the process.”
DS Services originally turned to SambaSafety to help reduce paperwork and increase efficiency; however, by incorporating continuous driver monitoring into its safety program, DS Services is able to impact its business in . other positive ways.
Download this white paper to learn how AT&T DDoS Defense with KONA Site Defender service can extend protection from origin servers to edge servers for a comprehensive, multi-level approach to security.
One of the unfortunate effects of the continued evolution of the load balancer into today's application delivery controller (ADC) is that it is often too easy to forget the basic problem for which load balancers were originally created-producing highly available, scalable, and predictable application services. This White Paper describes the Evolution of load balancing devices to Application Delivery Controllers.
This document defines Oracle’s Customer Experience (CX)
Value Equation as the strategic method to identify and measure
the value of organizational CX. This model was originally
documented in “CX Metrics and KPIs – September 2012.”
It has received wide support, and has been the #1 searched hit
and downloaded CX KPI document for 3+ years – a significant
achievement in this industry – in an era where concepts are
replaced daily with the latest, greatest fad.
Since the original publication, I have received significant
feedback that has been overwhelmingly positive, but with a
request to comment on additional topics – most notably: brand
impact, shared services, and Oracle’s Road to Modern. This
updated paper leverages the original work, adds information
around these additional topics and incorporates our continued
"All-Flash Storage for Dummies, NetApp Special Edition, explores the expanding role of all-flash storage in the enterprise. Originally used to accelerate performance for dedicated, mission-critical applications, all-flash arrays are now replacing disk and hybrid-flash systems as the preferred storage systems for virtualized environments. At the same time, scale-out solutions have emerged that are designed to power the new cloud services of the future.
The book examines various elements of all-flash storage: how it evolved, and why you should now consider it for all of your primary applications. You get acquainted with the NetApp portfolio of all-flash storage solutions and learn how each is designed to meet the needs of a specific type of application environment.
You’ll also learn five strategies for making smart decisions about all-flash arrays for your next storage project. In that classic Dummies style, you’ll walk away with useful tips on how to select and deploy all-flash
The headlines and major company announcements share a common theme:
Competitive disruption is reshaping business models and organizations’ very futures.
Around the global automotive industry, component and original equipment
manufacturers (OEMs) are taking a hard look at where their future growth will come
from ? and it’s not all based on their core businesses. New technology has opened the
door for new services and revenue streams.
According to the recent Gartner Magic Quadrant for ON-Premises Integration Suites, application integration patterns were originally applied for internal, application-to-application (A2A) integration and for integrating an organization's applications with that of its trading partners - known as B2B integration. Today, these patterns are applied to a broader array of application integration projects, such as creating new compositions using mobile apps and on-premises back-end services in support of bring-your-own-device initiatives.
Like many financial institutions today, the full-service Swedish bank featured in this case study has responded to changing customer needs, evolving from its original founding more than 100 years ago. As a result, the bank has realized remarkable success. Of course, along with that success have come significant challenges. New business growth, plus the rise in Internet and mobile banking, intensified the bank’s need for continuous availability of its IT infrastructure. IBM Resiliency Consulting Services helped the bank strengthen and streamline its environment. In the case study, you can read how teaming with IBM helped the bank meet recovery point and recovery time objectives; mitigate risk; and provide the flexibility to meet business demands without added IT expense.
Published By: Metalogix
Published Date: Oct 16, 2013
Microsoft SharePoint sites can play a critical role in just about every business workflow.Originally embraced to streamline internal employee collaboration, today SharePointsystems support customer-facing services and enable information sharing with partners.
De nombreuses organisations et entreprises dans le monde entier disposent de pièces vacantes, autrefois remplies de câbles, de boîtes noires et de voyants clignotants. Ces locaux abritent une armoire téléphonique poussiéreuse, ne contenant qu'un seul terminal, ou parfois un baby-foot que les employés du service informatique utilisent pour décompresser. Le cloud, et notamment les communications via le cloud, sont à l'origine de cette transformation qui a bouleversé le paysage informatique. Certains professionnels de l'informatique ont accueilli ce changement à bras ouverts. D'autres préparent la migration progressive de leurs services vers le cloud. D'autres enfin conservent leur solution sur site, par choix ou par nécessité.