The hybrid cloud backup/recovery market is crowded with vendors making it difficult for organizations to determine the best solution for their business. This independent report by...
Forrester Consulting commenced work on a research project commissioned by NetApp that focused on examining the potential return on investment (ROI) that enterprises may realize by...
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If cloud backup sounds too good to be true, then deployment will lead to disillusionment. That's been the path of many IT organizations looking at cloud backup and...
This IDC Business Value White Paper discusses best practices for mobile application management and quantifies the organizational and financial benefits of having a managed mobile application development framework.
The transformation of enterprises into mobile organizations often is led by the mobile workers themselves as they use their own devices for work.
The success of smartphones introduced a new paradigm for developing applications that's having a broad and deep impact on application development tools and software architectures.
Application deployment complexity and an explosion of business reliance on mobile applications are driving demand for targeted, collaborative, and agile application life-cycle management (ALM).
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As the workforce becomes increasingly mobile, IT needs to consider automated tools that provide proactive monitoring and desktop management and ensure compliance with IT policies. Check out this research note from IDC for guidance.
With the sudden influx of new, productivity-enhancing applications, even the most tethered of industries are anxious to go mobile or enhance their current mobile technology. HP's EliteBook business notebook portfolio is exactly what the doctor ordered for healthcare and other mobility-seeking environments.
The concept of working "any time and anywhere" has become popular. To support this concept, many organizations are adopting mobile solutions. As employees use these solutions, their expectations are increasing. This paper compares the Research In Motion BlackBerry solution with the Microsoft® mobile solution by analyzing features of the user experience and the administrator experience. Read about their findings.
Better understand the challenges, resolutions and best practices for managing a multi-Smartphone environment