Most Popular WhitePapers

  • Leveraging Endpoint Backup for Legal Holds & E-Discovery
    Enterprise endpoint backup can satisfy data collection and preservation requirements in a more streamlined and cost-effective manner than traditional e-discovery methods. Enterprise IT teams face increasing challenges as the amount of valuable data living on endpoints continues to grow. Due to the exploding volume, mobility and compliance requirements of enterprise data, the need to collect and preserve that data for the purpose of e-discovery becomes more critical--and more difficult. Traditionally, enterprises look to multiples tools and technologies to support their information management strategies, but that's a chaotic and expensive approach. Read this white paper to learn how the common approaches to e-discovery miss the mark and how CrashPlan's endpoint backup can streamline the collection and preservation of electronically stored information.
  • ThinkCentre® Tiny-in-One 23 Product Tour Video
    Even with today's emphasis on mobility, desktop innovation still matters. The ThinkCentre® Tiny-in-One 23 sets a new standard for transformational PC possibilities, bringing breakthrough modular all-in-one ease of use, Intel® performance, integrated security, and legendary durability together with the ThinkCentre Tiny PC family. The ThinkCentre Tiny-in-One 23 gives IT a single desktop platform that carefully balances performance, efficiency, and flexibility. The breakthrough all-in-one form factor saves time with tool-free modular setup and repair and a single power cord design that speeds setup while reducing desktop clutter. IT gets a unified desktop platform and users get a ThinkCentre Tiny PC that's right-sized for their specific needs.
  • Your Scarcest Resource: Time is Money, But Few Organizations Treat It That Way
    Most companies have elaborate procedures for managing capital. An organization's time, by contrast, goes largely unmanaged. Bain & Company used innovative people analytics tools to examine the time budgets of 17 large corporations and discovered that companies are awash in e-communications; meeting time has skyrocketed; real collaboration is limited; dysfunctional meeting behavior is on the rise; formal controls are rare; and the consequences of all this are few. Sponsored by join.me, the instant online meeting app, this Harvard Business Review article outlines eight practices for managing organizational time, including: make meeting agendas clear and selective; create a zero-based time budget; require business cases for all initiatives; and standardize the decision process. Forward-thinking companies that have brought considerable discipline to their time budgets have liberated countless hours of previously unproductive time for executives and employees, fueling innovation and accelerating profitable growth. Get your free copy now.
  • Tips for Leveraging Your Print and Document Infrastructure to Maximize Cost Savings, Business Productivity and Security
    Is Your Print and Document Infrastructure Leveraging Imaging and Printing Advances to Maximize Cost Savings, Business Productivity and Intellectual Property Security? Check out what IDC Vice Preisdent Angèle Boyd has to say in this Q&A.
  • Bridge the Gap between Network Ops and the Service Desk
    Businesses can't afford to let siloed approaches to incident management delay resolution and undermine IT productivity. BMC Intelligent Service Resolution bridges the gap between the service desk and network operations, and provides a unified, business-centric view across technologies, to help you resolve the right issues more quickly than ever.
  • Solving Your Top 5 Email Archiving Challenges
    Despite the popularity of text and social media, email is still the number one tool for business communication and collaboration. It's more important than ever to establish an email archiving strategy that ensures business continuity and information and information availability. Read this white paper to learn how to reduce risk and ensure compliance with your email archives with a holistic and automated approach to retaining and accessing the right information across the enterprise and deleting it defensibly.
  • IT Security by the Numbers: Calculating the Total Cost of Protection
    Humorist Franklin P. Jones may have said it best: "When you get something for nothing, you just haven't been billed for it yet." These are wise words of warning for businesses counting on so-called "free" IT security software. Kaspersky Lab has created an eBook to help you calculate the true cost of protecting your business infrastructure, intelligence, and reputation. Download IT Security by the Numbers: Calculating the Total Cost of Protection to learn about: The hidden cost of complexity The price of poor protection The performance trickle-down effect The bitter aftertaste of a sweet deal…and more!
  • The 10 Business Continuity Planning Articles You Must Read This Year
    By now, every company has a business continuity (BC) plan, right? Not quite. Many US businesses aren't equipped to deal with major disruptions. The adoption of BC practices remains low, as many a C-suite folks simply have the "it can't happen to us" mentality or they have a subjective notion of risk, assuming that they can withstand disaster. Read this article bundle to learn why your BC plan can't wait, tips on how to get started with your plan and what it should contain, and much more.
  • Preparing Your Network for the Mobile Onslaught
    Building a mobile collaboration or bring-your-own-device solution requires three things: mobile applications, the mobile devices themselves and the network that underpins them both. Often, the network and its capabilities take a back seat to applications and devices--which can ultimately lead to poor performance or an inflexible infrastructure. Find out how to develop the type of network that truly supports mobile devices, applications and unified communications programs, thereby establishing the foundation for stronger mobile solutions.
  • Email Archives: No Longer Fit for Purpose?
    This paper examines the difficulties and pain points that organizations encounter as they seek to straddle the conflicting pressures of ever increasing email volumes on one hand, and the need for faster, more flexible accessibility on the other. It also explores what practices and policies are currently in use when it comes to archiving emails, and the ways in which businesses can improve practices in this crucial area. There are, for example, options available which can bring email archiving up-to-date, with e-discovery and archiving-driven solutions available in the cloud. But to what extent are they being accepted by businesses, and what are the barriers to the acceptance of these solutions? The white paper also identifies the obstacles to change and how they can be overcome, as well as the many advantages to be had for business as a whole from adopting modern archiving solutions.