IBM is positioned in the leaders quadrant. The Gartner Magic Quadrant for Client Management Tools evaluates tools that manage configurations and support system administration...
Audit Ready and Asset Optimized: The Solid Promise of an Intelligent Software Asset Management Solution
In this paper Frost & Sullivan examines the benefits of enterprise-grade Software Asset Management solutions, and how these solutions serve as the convergence point for other...
IT organizations are not testing their networks as often or as adequately as they should be. Network testing is crucial for any IT organization that wants to ensure an efficient...
This white paper provides an assessment of the business value of implementing IBM SmartCloud Entry for Power Systems versus comparable private cloud solutions from VMware on Intel.
This paper highlights ten key takeaways from the most recent survey on the impact of Cloud on application management. Read Now>>
Cloud computing is making significant changes to IT, from its infrastructure to corporate culture. Making the move to the cloud doesn't mean an organization must start from scratch though, as many already have the technological tools they need in place.
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.
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.
Read this paper to learn how the cloud and IBM can help you overcome key operational challenges, ensure security, quickly meet goals and improve efficiency in your software delivery environment.
Help Desk software as a service is attractive to many IT departments. It offers the same benefits of traditional IT help desk solutions, in addition to reducing capital expenses, accelerating implementation, and providing easier upgrades. This paper explores considerations for implementing IT service management in-house or as a service.
This whitepaper provides information to help you identify the issues that are most important to you and offers a guide to help you narrow the field.
Download this free white paper and learn more about how hosted services can help you lower the price of implementing infrastructure-related networking technology.