Smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices have become embedded in enterprise processes, thanks to the consumerization of IT and a new generation of workers raised on mobile...
Many organizations are recognizing that onboarding is more than just processing paperwork and completing the checklist for a new hire to start. Onboarding involves making sure...
Since Human Resources (HR) departments want to hire quality candidates, they have no room for error during job interviews. What can Human Resources do to increase the chance of...
This white paper outlines extensive performance and scalability testing of Oracle EBS applications on a Vblock™ Systems with vSphere 5.
In this ESG Lab review you will learn how a VCE system driven by Oracle, delivers the perfect blend of high performance and reliability.
Ready to move Oracle to a virtualized environment? This brief explains how true converged infrastructure can help you migrate from a RISC/UNIX environment and achieve the availability and scale your applications require.
IT has to do it all: react quickly to market needs, introduce new services, capitalize on mobile, and comply with regulatory requirements, all without raising costs and complexity.
Increasing demands on IT are forcing organizations to rethink their data center options. For many organizations, that means turning to the flexibility afforded them by outsourced cloud solutions, which can provide exponential cost savings.
To reap the full benefit of a VDI deployment, organizations must assure the best possible end-user experience. The network plays a critical role in making that a reality when trying to extend VDI deployments to remote/branch sites.
The effects that the cloud and virtualization have on the data center are discussed and possible solutions or methods for dealing with them are offered.
Significant improvements in have been achieved in data center power distribution, increasing the options available for data centers. This paper compares five power distribution approaches and describes their advantages and disadvantages.
The project management model described in this paper is a framework to show essential characteristics that must be considered in any implementation of a standardized project process.
If you're a user of graphics-intensive software such as 3D modeling, simulation and analysis, and visualization, you might be skeptical about moving to a virtualized computing environment.