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...
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Today's mobility environment moves quickly and presents challenges to everyone from IT to key stakeholders to the C-suite. How do you wrap your head around these mobility challenges?
Having a mobile strategy is as essential as having a business plan or mission statement. A mobile strategy communicates to stakeholders, IT and customers the vision of where the organization intends to go and why.
Integrating and managing mobility expenses across multiple carriers can generate savings and improve organizational decision making.
Here's what to consider when putting together a mobile policy designed to support a highly productive workforce.
Today's mobile apps turn handheld devices into e-book readers, portable navigation systems, digital wallets and more. And for organizations with mobile workers, they boost productivity by allowing easy access to resources and applications.
Mobile computing is becoming so ubiquitous that people no longer bat an eye seeing someone working two devices simultaneously. Individuals and organizations are responding to the capabilities and flexibility that mobile devices provide.
The traditional approach to storage is no longer sustainable. Simply adding disks to contain huge and rapidly growing volumes of data has consequences that no organization should carry. And soon it will reach a level that no organization can carry
Economic pressures continue to drive much of the IT agenda while, at the same time, executives are demanding that IT incorporate new and innovative technologies to drive growth and innovation.
For your business to gain actionable insight from data and transform it into competitive advantage, your data driven applications must operate at high availability and peak performance.
Flash is changing both the performance and economics of storage. From accelerating industry-leading databases and latency-sensitive applications, to enabling data center consolidation and faster backups, flash is a business "game changer."