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Organizations must find a way to support, secure, and manage mobile workers who expect to be able to use any device or app to work securely and efficiently from any location.
This eGuide examines some recent trends in unified communications and explores how users are making the most of the technology to benefit their organizations. Read on to learn how unified communications can help improve productivity at your company.
This research report delivers the information you need to manage apps and reclaim your strategic role in the enterprise.
Learn how innovative CIOs are automating IT services and:
- Delivering business solutions, including cloud services and app development on one SaaS platform
- Shifting focus from cost to agility and growth across the enterprise
Desktop virtualization is attractive to organizations of all types and sizes worldwide because of its many compelling benefits. However, there is a gap in coverage that exists for mobile laptop users.
While technologies such as firewalls, antivirus, and access control remain an important base, they're increasingly bypassed, as today's skilled attackers directly target applications, data and devices. What's needed is a new security layer.
Many organizations have limited insight into big data. These limitations have significant opportunity costs and can have a negative effect on identifying and understanding customer demand patterns and related supply constraints.
Explore how customer-first policies can make use of social, mobile and cloud technologies to give workers the freedom and flexibility they desire to drive company productivity.
BMC explores how best-in-class organizations are leveraging these to drive user satisfaction and organizational success.
In this Industry Insight, BMC discusses how utilizing a SaaS approach to IT Service Management can position your IT organization to best manage the growing number of cloud-based services along with your enterprise's internal systems.