White Papers by Topic: Networking

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ROI of a Complete Networking Portfolio: Delivering Value from the Network Edge to the Core

IDC Study:How businesses must meet IT demands with an eye toward delivering a strong return on investment and low total cost of ownership on new network investments. Review IDC's findings

Managing Major Online Events

If your organization allows recreational video at all, you need to ensure that you retain control of the network to mitigate any risk. Click to learn how a combination of policy and Blue Coat technologies can support business needs and keep employees productive and happy. Free the WAN with Blue Coat.

The Effect of Virtualization on Networking

Virtualization offers a host of benefits, but it also increases complexity. A new depth of understanding is required, particularly in configuring virtualization hosts to maximize reliability, bandwidth, and ease of management. With proper configuration, virtual servers can enjoy the same basic network resources as physical servers did in days gone by. InfoWorld contributing editor Paul Venezia, who has configured dozens of hosts and networks to support virtualization, provides the guidance you need.

Redefining the Economics of Networking

This paper provides an overview of the challenges businesses face today and how IT addresses the explicit need to manage network costs, provide choice and flexibility and reduce complexity. In addition, this paper highlights the difference between proprietary and standards-based networking and how innovative networking solutions that embrace a standards-based approach allow organizations to break free from restrictive proprietary networking solutions and enable better business outcomes.

The Next Generation is the Smart Generation

Innovations such as mobility, Web 2.0, social media and cloud computing have dramatically changed the IT landscape and introduced new security threats into the corporate network. This eBook investigates why traditional firewalls are no longer enough, and how application intelligence and control enable network security in the wake of these changes.

Innovation Through End-to-End Unified Networking Solutions

Discover how HP helps midsize businesses easily handle growth, decrease operational costs, protect data and deliver ROI with a converged infrastructure and advanced applications.

Top 10 Must Have Business Phone Features

Not all phone systems are made equal. Some phone system features improve efficiency significantly and help prevent losing business due to business inaccessibility. Investing in these phone system features will ensure a competitive edge for any business. Our guide details top 10 phone system features, and explains why they are indispensible.

Smarter System Development

A systems engineering trade study to support green initiatives with model-driven development.

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.

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