This research report delivers the information you need to manage apps and reclaim your strategic role in the enterprise. You'll learn:
A recent survey by IDG Research explored both the challenges and pain points companies face when growing globally, as well as the capabilities they're seeking in B2B integration...
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As the Consumerization of IT and the bring-your-own-app trends continue to be pervasive in the workplace, IT professionals are challenged with how to gain back control of their...
The Clipper Group, a 20-year old computer industry analyst firm, inde-pendently funded a total-cost-of-owner-ship (TCO) study to compare the costs of backend storage on high-capacity SATA/SAS disks and LTO tape for holding archived data.
IT organizations of all sizes contend with a growing data footprint with more data to manage, protect and preserve for longer periods of time.
Managing backup and recovery in today's environment is a multi-dimensional challenge with both near and long-term business requirements. Recent technological developments in disk backup have had a positive impact on short-term data retention strategy. This tool provides key topics to think about as you design your long-term data retention plans.
Many customers have expressed a desire for tape libraries to proactively report more-and better-information about their units, therefore requiring less hands-on time supporting their tape systems.
Quantum's iLayer software has historically provided an advanced SAN connectivity feature set via a Fibre Channel I/O Blade, sold and positioned as storage networking drives.
For years, tape storage systems have played a key role in efforts to store data for backup and retrieval, archiving, and contingency planning purposes. More recently, tape has been called on to help preserve and safeguard data to meet data retention laws and regulations.
Along with their iLayer software, Quantum has delivered an archive solution that reduces the total cost of ownership for the IT infrastructure while at the same time simplifying data protection. To learn more about the Scalar i6000, please read on.
Even the most demanding Oracle database workloads can now be virtualized with VMware vSphere and ESX 4 -- with greater than 95 percent of Oracle instances matching native performance. This paper provides the essential tips necessary to successfully deploy Oracle on VMware virtual infrastructure to enable database administrators (DBAs) to meet their performance and availability goals. This paper provides technical guidance when deploying Oracle databases on VMware vSphere. This document will also show that the same best practices, tuning tips and tricks, and skill sets necessary to deploy Oracle databases in physical environments can be leveraged when deploying Oracle databases in virtual environments.
If your organization is like most, you probably move more than a few files from place to place. With all this data flying around, how secure are your file transfers? This shortcut guide examines three real-world file transfer scenarios and provides the 10 business requirements you need to fulfill with any file transfer solution.
Misconceptions and bad assumptions related to file transfer are common. This paper will bust some of these myths by examining common misunderstandings, explaining where they came from-because many of them do, in fact, contain a nugget of truth-and seeing how they hold up to cold, hard facts.