White Papers by Topic: Data management

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Migrating within the cloud, SaaS to SaaS - A Real World Experience

Recently, Collaborative led an enterprise systems migration effort for a medical publishing company, moving data from one SaaS vendor to a new SaaS vendor.

Infrastructure 2.0: A Disruptive Approach to Long-Term Data Storage and Management

Read this paper to learn about a new approach to data storage - hardware and software coming together through open standards to change the economics of data retention, making long-term preservation practical, flexible, and cost-efficient.

Technology Assessment: Cold Storage Is Hot Again - Finding the Frost Point

This IDC analyst study examines the landscape of cold storage features, characteristics, and market trends driving the development of cold storage solutions.

System and Data Protection, Recovery and Availability

This white paper describes how ARCserve works and the benefits it can provide IT environments of all sizes.

Simplifying Data Protection, Reducing Risk of Data Loss and System Downtime

This white paper outlines what IT organizations should look for in a data protection solution, including simplicity and ease of deployment, comprehensive protection, availability and alignment with business goals, as well as cost.

Complexity Ate My Budget

When it comes to data protection, having multiple point solutions is not the answer. Find out how to gain a holistic view of your IT infrastructure, with an emphasis on business needs and IT/data risk and recovery.

Info-Tech Research Group Vendor Landscape: Cloud File Sharing

Box recommends this report for any growing business or company considering an investment in enterprise content collaboration and cloud file sharing.

The Changing Face of Collaboration in the Enterprise

The importance of having enterprise content anywhere is the main focus of this article. Along with this, having an API-based environment with collaborative applications can add a lot to productivity.

Harness IT -- An Introduction to Business Intelligence Solutions

Learn the key selection criteria required to provide your organization with the capability to address structured data, unstructured data and mobile demands so that employees can view and manipulate data on their own, from virtually any location.

Business Intelligence Shows its Smarts

Today's Business Intelligence (BI) tools provide a new way to think about data with self-service capabilities and user-friendly analytics that can be used by nearly everyone.

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