White Papers by Company: IBM

Resources available: 112

Winning the Paper Wars - capture the content and mobilize the process troops

In this report, AIIM looks at the reasons for this poor progress, measure the adoption of digital mailrooms, chart the progress of mobile capture, and show which paper-free processes are the most effective.

AIIM SharePoint Industry Watch

AIIM surveyed its 65,000 community members to look at how the enterprise is reacting to social aspects, why organizations are exploring social, who is for and against the adoption of social.

Managing Social Content to Maximize Value and Minimize Risk

In this AIIM white paper, you will learn about the roles of content publishing systems and content management systems in social business strategies and steps you can take to help ensure that your social business efforts are as successful as possible.

Build your Bottom Line: Drive Innovation with a Collaborative Requirements-driven Quality Solution

This paper investigates the reasons why effective collaboration amongst project teams is so difficult, and identifies the top three methods by which collaboration can be improved with a requirements-driven quality solution.

Portal Build v Buy

Read this IDC white paper to compare the cost advantages of buying an IBM WebSphere Portal versus developing an in-house portal.

Forrester - Your Enterprise Database Security Strategy 2010

Enterprises must establish a database security strategy that goes beyond authentication, authorization and access control. The key to successful database security is knowing why you're protecting each database, which databases to protect, and how best to secure data against all types of threats.

Data Growth Challenges Demand Proactive Data Management

Most organizations do not have a firm handle on how to manage their data growth, particularly unstructured, file-based information - the fastest growing type of data. Learn the tools, techniques and best practices available to proactively plan for and manage data growth.

IBM Smarter Planet Storage Solutions

Data warehousing and business intelligence applications play an important role in data analysis, but today's enterprises require the capability to integrate and combine wired and wireless data sources into the data analytics-based decision making process.

Defining a Framework for Cloud Adoption

Cloud computing is revolutionizing the way companies can deliver or access data. Moreover, the cloud model provides flexible pricing options that are designed to align costs with your specific IT requirements. Over the long term, your transition to a cloud computing model can be a wise business strategy and a cost-effective means to optimize your Dynamic Infrastructure. But in the short term, you will still need a way to pay for it.

Technical Article: Cloud Computing for the Enterprise

This article discusses cloud computing in general, then dissects the layers of the cloud, presents the different cloud types, along with their benefits and drawbacks, and explains why this movement is important for enterprise developers.

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