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  • How You Can Become One of Today's Most Innovative IT Organizations
    What if you could simplify your IT environment and put in place the proven, open source platform that's at the heart of today's most innovative IT organizations? Today's most innovative organizations are partnering with Red Hat Enterprise Linux, find out why in this eBook.
  • Hands-On Teams: Computrace Protects the Laptops of the Intelligrated Mobile Workforce
    The Intelligrated IT Department was concerned about potential laptop theft, and needed a solution that would allow them to track and secure laptops in the field. After researching available options, they chose Absolute Computrace.
  • 5 Technology Trends you Need to Follow
    Mobile devices, social business apps, and business analytics are converging with the Cloud to create the most substantial changes in technology since the Internet revolution. Businesses have to change the way they think and operate, and with rising budgets for technology, they need someone to provide the services that will keep them competitive in this environment. Learn more about the important technology trends you need to stay on top of to ensure your business doesn't get left behind.
  • 2014 Workplace Trends and Salary Guide
    Reflecting the input of approximately 2,000 U.S. executives and hiring managers, this guide from Randstad Technologies explores topics important to business leaders related to the recruitment, hiring and retention process. The survey was conducted with professionals representing several industry sectors in the U.S., including information technology, engineering, finance and accounting, healthcare, human resources, and pharma. Download this guide for top trends and key findings in areas such as skills and talent shortages, turnover and retention, workplace technology initiatives, and salary benchmarks.
  • How to Deal with Today's Multi-Platform, Multi-Vendor Patch Management Mess
    Organizations need a comprehensive patch management solution which provides endpoint protection beyond the typical operating system in order to effectively and efficiently minimize risks caused by the vulnerabilities that are inevitable in modern computing systems.
  • The Case for a New CRM Solution
    Making a case for a new CRM solution is not easy. If you fail to convince management of the need, there will be no funds for the project. More importantly, senior management may not understand that their support is critical and that changes need to occur in the business practices, culture and the very organization of the company if the CRM solution is to be used fruitfully. Our free guide will not only help you make a definitive and strong case for a new CRM solution, but it will also cover the following areas: Calculating ROI CRM advancements with cloud computing Problems associated with older CRM solutions And much more! Fine-tune your argument for a new CRM solution with our free white paper today!
  • DevOps Done Right: The How and Why of Versioning Environment Artifacts
    On-demand Event Event Date: October 29, 2014 It's well understood how critical version control is for code. However, its importance to DevOps isn't always recognized. The 2014 DevOps Survey of Practice shows that one of the key predictors of DevOps success is putting all production environment artifacts into version control. In this webcast, Gene Kim discusses these survey findings and shares woeful tales of artifact management gone wrong! Gene also shares examples of how high-performing DevOps organizations are sustaining high throughput of deployments, while preserving world-class reliability and stability. Featured Speaker: Gene Kim, DevOps Researcher & Author Gene Kim is co-author of The Phoenix Project: A Novel About IT, DevOps, and Helping Your Business Win, and he is hosting the DevOps Enterprise Summit, a three-day conference, assembling leaders of large, complex organization who are adopting DevOps are sharing their transformation stories from GE Energy, Macy's, Disney, Blackboard, Ticketmaster/LiveNation, Barclays Capital, US Department of Homeland Security, UK.gov , Nordstrom, Capital One, Raytheon and more.
  • Why Endpoint Backup is More Critical Than Ever
    New research dives deep into the trends and drivers for enterprise endpoint backup. The mobile mind shift is here, and as employees increasingly favor using mobile devices--both personal and company-issued--for work, enterprise IT must ensure data protection and enable user productivity. Let's face it--we're beyond the data center. Relying on traditional firewalls and local file shares is no longer enough when it comes to securing and backing up this critical data "on the edge" on your endpoints. A comprehensive data protection strategy means backing up data across an exceedingly fast-growing number of devices and operating systems. Get the latest backup trends (and what to do about them) in this study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of Code42 in March 2014.
  • Private or Public? Choosing the API Program Best Aligned with your Company's Business Model
    Live Event Date: November 13, 2014 @ 2:00 p.m. ET / 11:00 a.m. PT APIs can be a great source of competitive advantage. The practice of exposing backend services as APIs has become pervasive, however their use varies widely across companies and industries. Some companies leverage APIs to create internal, operational and development efficiencies, while others use them to drive ancillary revenue channels. Many companies successfully support both public and private programs from the same API by varying levels of access to different constituents. Nearly all companies stand to benefit by launching and nurturing an API program. It's relatively easy to expose an API, but managing a program gets complicated in a hurry. Align yourself for success by following best practices and deploying an API management platform. Join Tameez Sunderji, Director of Platform Strategy at IntelĀ® Services, to learn how various business models align with different API program strategies and how successful companies leverage several key resources to achieve their goals. In this webinar you will learn: Best practices in determining your API business model API program types that map to different business objectives Trusted resources used by successful companies Real world examples across several industries and API program types
  • Ensuring Business Continuity with Last-Mile Diversity and Redundancy
    In support of their business continuity and disaster recovery plans, many midsized companies endeavor to avoid putting all their eggs in one basket. Understanding the critical role of last-mile connectivity and always available Internet access for their enterprises, savvy firms utilize redundant connections from multiple service providers. Despite the good intentions, their Internet connectivity risk may still be in a single basket. That is because internet service providers (ISPs) and competitive local exchange carriers (CLECs) may operate using leased infrastructure from the same incumbent local exchange carrier (ILEC). When the ILEC network fails, so do the services of alternative providers utilizing the same network. Internet service outages may result from myriad causes: from sabotage, natural disasters or terrorist attacks, to unexpected utility line cuts and regularly scheduled network repairs, as well as equipment or application software failures. Additionally, IP network configuration errors, hacker attacks or congestion can severely degrade Internet services, undermining service availability. Whatever the cause, when the flow of Internet data stops, business does too. Mediums-size firms experience an average of 32 hours of network downtime each year due to service provider failures with an estimated cost of $189,000 in lost revenue and productivity. Increasingly, companies are turning to cable providers to ensure business continuity. Cable's infrastructure is physically separate from the telephone company networks at the local last mile, metro and regional levels, enabling genuine network redundancy and diversity. Additionally, by owning and operating their networks and construction teams, cable operators may more quickly provision and better monitor services than can CLECs or ISPs that merely resell ILEC capacity. To support business continuity and disaster recovery companies need to select multiple providers which reduce risk resulting from a single point of failure. Furthermore, providers that can rapidly scale extra bandwidth when needed and deliver cloud-based backup, storage and alternate site support are preferred partners.