White Paper Published By: IBM
Published Date: Oct 01, 2012
Using data from real customer deployments, Solitaire examines differentiators for network infrastructure deployments on either PowerLinux or Windows. PowerLinux clearly emerges as a preferred platform.
On-demand Webcast: A report by International Technology Group (ITG) found compelling cost savings and operational benefits achieved by mid-sized businesses that chose IBM Informix database software over Microsoft SQL Server.
White Paper Published By: LANDesk
Published Date: Jun 07, 2010
Windows 7 adoption is one of IT's top priorities for 2010.
A solid adoption strategy requires 12 to 18 months for thorough planning and testing before actual Windows 7 deployment can begin. But nearly two-thirds of companies don't yet have a Windows 7 adoption plan in place.
In this White Paper LANDesk have identified seven pitfalls that IT organizations must avoid as they embark on Windows 7 adoption.
Many businesses struggle to guarantee application and data availability for Windows applications. They may protect the application from one type of outage (like a disk failure) while ignoring other risks. Or they can end up deploying multiple point solutions to handle different aspects of availability, increasing overall cost and complexity.
There are many expensive, complex technologies that promise high availability for SQL. Fortunately there are also simple, automated ways to get the highest levels of protection. The following five secrets to affordable SQL availability will help you to implement a SQL environment with little or no downtime, zero data loss, and no added IT complexity.
White Paper Published By: McAfee
Published Date: Feb 06, 2013
Windows 8 includes many new security features, such as secure password storage, secure boot functions, anti-malware defenses, and even enhanced reputation capabilities. Will these features be enough to mitigate risks to users and corporate networks?
In today’s competitive embedded markets, manufacturers need to find ways to differentiate without adversely impacting development time and cost. This is particularly true in relation to embedded devices that are designed for use by consumers. As such products become more sophisticated, user interaction via traditional switches, dials, and basic displays becomes less desirable for a number of reasons.
Join us for this webcast to learn how organizations of all sizes, from multi-nationals to small businesses, are choosing Microsoft Online Services to drive their business productivity and control costs.
If your company uses a contact management or customer relationship management (CRM system), you need to ask one additional key question. Does your CRM or contact management system tie your consultative sales, ROI analysis and proposal production process together?
To allow organizations and individuals the flexibility to address their specific challenges, Microsoft has a variety of Microsoft® Office suites to select from. This paper describes the commonalities and differences among the suites of the 2007 Microsoft Office system: Microsoft Office Standard 2007, Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2007, Microsoft Office Enterprise 2007, and Microsoft Office Ultimate 2007. Each suite provides the core Microsoft Office applications as well as features that support integrated content management, information rights and policy, and integrated electronic forms; however, they differ in the selection of included applications and the ways in which advanced features are implemented.
Until recently, St. Vincent Heart Center used an HTML-based intranet to disseminate various types of information to its 470 employees and 200 contract workers. But information on that system wasn’t easy to find. Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Server 2007 offers the organization easy access to information—and it enhances productivity and supports increased security for confidential information. Read more about the benefits.
How Windows Phones Combine Email, Messaging, Voice, and Presence in a Secure, Collaborative Environment. This paper explains why unified communications is essential and why Windows® Phones are ideally suited to serve as the "mobile connection" in a unified communication environment.
Part 1 - Windows mobile security: Get it locked down. Security for Windows Mobile is a very real concern that cannot be ignored. Learn about the risks connected with mobile devices and some organizational must-haves in this tip.