Published By: Workday
Published Date: Jan 10, 2019
Today’s modern institution moves at the speed of information. Asking yesterday’s
finance, HCM, and student information systems to keep pace doesn’t really make sense, does it?
Leaders from The Ohio State University, University of Rochester, and Vassar College highlight how their
move to the cloud increased productivity, improved efficiencies, lowered the total cost of ownership,
and—most importantly—gave their staff and students the necessary tools to succeed.
Unable to access the data you need? Lack of real-time information? Technology preventing fast execution of changing business strategy? These are just some of the clues you are probably spending more on integration than necessary.
This executive overview focuses on one of these drivers--program effectiveness--defined by leading marketers as programs that drive a high level of conversion and prospect engagement throughout the buyer's journey. in this executive overview, we'll take a look at the current buyer landscape, and then at five five best practice areas that need to be optimized in order for your programs to reach their full potential.
The key to a balanced budget is finding the right mix of growth and efficiency. The challenge is that often this budget is spent on activities that are skewed toward the top of the funnel or that are not necessarily aligned to revenue. So how can they possibly balance this budget and prove it is aligned to their assigned revenue contribution? The key is finding the right mix of "muscle" (volume) and "brains" (improved conversion).
It is common belief that automation of existing processes and implementation of an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system can help organizations with their strategic objectives and seamlessly translate into operational excellence. While a modern ERP system certainly provides companies with many benefits, it does not necessarily translate to optimal business performance.
This white paper focuses on the increasing importance of high availability as enterprises continue to build out a 3rd Platform–based computing infrastructure. As more mission-critical applications requiring extremely high availability are deployed on virtual infrastructure, enterprises must respond using the right storage solutions. The document identifies critical features in the storage infrastructure necessary to meet these requirements for availability and explores how one vendor, NetApp, meets them with its EF-Series AFA solutions portfolio.
Published By: Polycom
Published Date: Oct 17, 2016
Software video infrastructure, video as a service and innovative form factors are reshaping video collaboration. We review eight vendors with the necessary reach, scale and interoperability for the global enterprise market so that IT infrastructure and operations leaders can make an informed choice. Download to learn more.
Learn how storage environments can help address high-availability needs and identify critical features necessary for businesses to meet the bar for six 9s availability. You’ll also see how two customers have leveraged NetApp storage solutions to meet their stringent requirements for uptime as they manage dynamic, high-growth businesses.
Trend Micro resolved the following issues by purchasing Zoom:
• Overly complex or difficult communications platforms
• Expensive hardware or software systems
• Unreliable or poor service quality
• Using too many different solutions
• Difficulties connecting remote teams or sites
• The need for a more efficient/effective way to reach customers and other external parties
Read more to learn about the benefits of using Zoom and which features are used more frequently by Trend Micro.
Founded in 2011 by Eric S. Yuan and other senior executives and engineers from WebEx and Cisco, California-based Zoom Video Communications (Zoom) offers cloud-based collaboration services.
When first launched, Zoom was heavily focused on video conferencing. Over time, the company has expanded its service to include additional capabilities such as audio dial-in with local numbers around the world, group messaging, wireless presentation, content co-annotation, and more.
Published By: Mimecast
Published Date: Aug 14, 2017
Not all email security systems perform the same. Lots of false negatives get let through. That’s what Mimecast found in its new email security risk assessment (ESRA), an inspection of incumbent email security systems to uncover the number, type and severity of threats getting into organizations.
Download our report of ESRA tests to see the threats that Mimecast catches and other email security systems miss.
Download our report of ESRA tests to see the threats that Mimecast catches and other email security systems like Symantec miss.
Your mobile device is speaking to your garage door. Your alarm is telling your coffee maker you are up and it’s time to get that caffeine kick going. Your car is dropping your thermostat a message, telling it to keep the house warm before you step in. This isn’t a quote from an Issac Asimov novel, it’s the reality of how the Internet of Things is making a difference to our lives.
Most of us are consciously making the shift to a connected world, while at home or at work. While this has caught the public imagination, enterprises are chasing to fulfil their Internet-of-Things-ambitions and transform their customer experience.
In this e-book we aim to address the 5 fundamental questions that one should not hesitate to ask about your foray into the world of Internet of Things, while telling you how it can reshape your business.
Businesses running older versions of Citrix XenApp and XenDesktop, or running Citrix on top of Windows Server 2003, have hard choices. You can’t ignore the problem, which will likely require large-scale upgrades of the existing application delivery farms, which in turn often require replacing the entire software stack—and perhaps the hardware, too. Once the need for such a major upgrade has been determined, we recommend a fresher approach than making the default choice to upgrade to the next version of Citrix XenApp. Download this whitepaper to learn how you can take advantage of the opportunity to sail the Safe Passage to VMware Horizon, which offers a clean start, reduces the number of vendors involved with application delivery and improves employee productivity.
La plupart des entreprises savent distribuer les systèmes informatiques afin de réduire le nombre de défaillances dans ce domaine. Un plus petit nombre d’entreprises réfléchit suffisamment à optimiser la disponibilité de leur bien le plus précieux : les ressources humaines ! En distribuant les deux, les entreprises peuvent éliminer des zones de risques et surmonter de nombreuses menaces. Voici cinq façons d’améliorer la continuité de l’activité en relocalisant ou en répartissant votre force de travail.
Wenn es früher darum ging, die besten Mitarbeiter zu finden und zu halten, kam es auf den traditionellen Arbeitsplatz in einem repräsentativen Gebäude mit eigenen Büros in erstklassiger Lage an. Dieses Konzept eines Arbeitsplatzes in einem festen Büro, das wir jeden Tag aufsuchen, gilt nicht mehr. Es ist bei bestehenden und neuen Mitarbeitern nicht mehr gefragt und akzeptiert bzw.für diese nicht mehr interessant. Die heutige Generation der Arbeitskräfte hat eine ganz andere Vorstellung vom Arbeitsleben, die oft wie folgt zusammengefasst wird: „Mein Arbeitsplatz ist überall dort, wo ich mich gerade befinde, und mein Arbeitgeber stellt mir die Tools zur Verfügung, damit ich meine Arbeit überall erledigen kann, wo ich möchte.“
Wir zeigen Ihnen fünf Möglichkeiten, mit Mobility die besten Mitarbeiter zu finden und zu halten.
L’environnement de travail traditionnel avec sa structure, ses bureaux privés et son implantation géographique principale permettait à une époque d’attirer et de retenir les meilleurs employés. Ce concept de lieu de travail unique où l’on se rend chaque jour n’est plus demandé, ni considéré comme attractif par les employés (les nouveaux comme les anciens). Le point de vue de la nouvelle génération de travailleurs est très différent et se résume souvent par « mon environnement de travail est l’endroit où je me trouve et mon employeur me fournit les outils nécessaires pour que je puisse réaliser mon travail depuis l’endroit que je choisis.
De nos jours, le monde des affaires est rapide, compétitif, mondial et fondé sur la technologie. Des éléments culturels, technologiques et physiques collaborent pour accélérer le changement comme jamais auparavant. De la demande pour plus de liberté dans notre façon de travailler et la tendance de l’AVEC (« Apportez Votre Équipement personnel de Communication »), à l’innovation technologique et à l’adoption croissante de nouveaux appareils, plateformes et applications, en passant par la suppression des barrières internationales et régionales.
Published By: OpenText
Published Date: Nov 30, 2015
Download this whitepaper to learn how OpenText’s enterprise-grade, workflow-oriented digital asset management ecosystem gives organizations the necessary combination of performance, security and management control for using digital assets both within their enterprises and in their relationships with customers, partners and prospects.
Published By: Lookout
Published Date: Aug 30, 2017
Mobility is exploding. Workers and businesses fully
expect to work anywhere, any time, from any device.
Riding right alongside this growth is the amount of data
created and consumed on mobile devices. While this
presents organizations with an attractive means of
empowering flexibility and productivity, the security risks
are real and daunting.
Unfortunately, while enterprise mobility management
tools can provide valuable administrative capabilities
and protect the organization from phone loss, accidental
data loss or weak passwords, they lack the necessary
visibility into today’s modern security risks, including
malware and other device-centric attacks
Published By: Lookout
Published Date: Dec 11, 2018
There are three key statements enterprises must hear in order to move forward in protecting corporate resources from leakage and attack: The perimeter has disappeared. Legacy security technologies do not work. Devices cannot be trusted. A new security architecture is needed to protect data as employees and devices connect to corporate resources in the cloud, all over the world. That architecture is post-perimeter security. Read this whitepaper to: Learn why perimeter security is not longer viable Understand the new, necessary security architecture: post-perimeter security Learn how phishing attacks are thwarting traditional firewalls Find out how Lookout enables enterprises to embrace post-perimeter security in their own environments
If the notion of GDPR approach as an agile methodology was the thesis for this paper, the conclusion surely has to be that there is much work still to be done by the enterprise. From an obvious mismatch between the belief of board preparedness to actual preparedness, drilling down into the specific areas of storage, security and development, there’s a feeling that while organisations are now aware of the risks and the necessary philosophical practice that has – or will – become action, there is still an absence of that ‘organic’ inclusion that should make GDPR part of the furniture.