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This Enterprise Strategy Group Solution Impact Analysis examines how well-designed, executed and implemented storage can elevate storage from a necessity and a cost center to an asset that contributes to the business.
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Companies with a cohesive strategy for integrating digital and physical elements can transform their business models and set new directions for industries. To find out how, download this executive report.
As mobility infiltrates the enterprise, IT leaders are challenged to keep things under control as mobile employees work not only in traditional business settings, but also at home, in airports, and hotels.
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Today's competitive business environments are placing heavy demands on IT organizations to accelerate the pace of developing and deploying applications.
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Analysts have predicted that in the next two years, over half of a company's IT applications will be located in the cloud. This has significant implications for asset management professionals