White Papers by Topic: Computer hardware

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Brochure: Empower business users and unlock business value with IBM Mashup Center

IBM Mashup Center can empower business users to create their own applications by transforming and combining the resources they already have-from enterprise systems and Web sites to desktop applications and personal spreadsheets.

A Cure for Server Sprawl

Dell Global Infrastructure Consulting helps DeKalb Medical create a virtualized server environment to eliminate up to 90 servers and reduce power consumption by an anticipated 20 percent.

Selecting Server Processors to Reduce Total Cost

Read this whitepaper to learn how you can lower TCO and increase performance.

Automating Process to Optimize Windows 7 Deployment

IDC estimates that the average cost of deployment activities is $527 per PC, but can go as high as $700 or more depending on the time spent by IT staff and users. That is roughly 20 to 40 percent of the cost of the PC. Reducing the cost of deployment will significantly reduce the total cost of ownership-especially in combination with cost-saving features in Microsoft Windows 7.

Systems development in the twenty-first century: delivering business value by connecting people, processes and tools

The complexity of smarter products—which comprise an interconnected network of systems, software and hardware—makes development projects more complex and presents management and quality challenges. Poorly managed projects can decimate budgets and schedules, and poor-quality products can diminish brand equity and ruin customer confidence and relationships with those customers.

SharePoint and ECM Working Together

The rapid adoption of Microsoft SharePoint has created confusion in many organizations as regards to their future strategy for information management, particularly those with existing and established ECM, BPM and Records Management (RM) systems. There are a number of alternative strategies that acknowledge the strengths of SharePoint for collaboration and Enterprise 2.0, whilst utilizing traditional ECM and BPM suites for secure repositories and industry optimized business processes. In this report, we have measured the current thinking amongst the AIIM user-community as regards where to use SharePoint and where to use ECM suites. We do not focus on comparing feature-sets, but more consider the enterprise implications of different SharePoint and ECM strategies, and how to combine the best of the two product types.

Enterprise Content Management for Microsoft Software: Seeing The Whole Picture

In this white paper, find out why Enterprise Content Management (ECM) can help you reduce the costs of managing all kinds of unstructured content and deliver a quick return on investment (ROI) by enabling your organization to more effectively manage content.

Google: Searching for a Competitive Edge Case Study

Google achieved a competitive edge by launching a new search appliance and migrating an existing product to the latest Dell hardware; simplified the processes of designing, branding, configuring, shipping, and supporting the Google Search Appliance.

The Top 5 Server Monitoring Battles — and How You Can Win Them

The role of servers in your organization has changed substantially—with their uses, requirements, and complexity all increasing dramatically in recent years. This guide looks at some of the most pressing challenges administrators face in ensuring optimal server performance, and it offers insights into the tools and strategies required to address these demands.

Selecting the Right Reporting Technology

Today, dynamic reports have emerged as the most visual, widely used and impactful part of enterprise applications. In order to increase the usability and value of applications, ISVs must embed a technology into their products to add rich, interactive, Web 2.0 reporting and analytics to attract and retain customers.

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