Market demand for cloud services is expected to triple over the next few years. According to Gartner by 2017, the number of enterprises using the cloud as a backup destination will double, up from 12% today and by 2019, there will be a 60% increase in the number of large enterprises eliminating tape for operational recovery.
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Storage volumes are increasing by as much as 40% a year. Unfortunately, most enterprises are not prepared to deal with such an influx. To control costs and ensure accessibility, enterprises need to adopt new ways to make their storage more efficient. This white paper reveals surprisingly easy and cost-effective solutions that can have a high impact on improving the storage environment. Discover how IBM's suite of storage solutions can introduce scalability and efficiency to the storage environment-staving off storage Armageddon.
From document imaging to email and fax integration, OCR data capture, workflow, and content publishing and distribution, Datahaven provides the means to enable a data-centric application to natively capture, process, store, and manage the entire spectrum of content and related metadata from within its already-familiar user interface.
Building on the resounding success of Server 2008 that saw deep, native integration of visualization capabilities, Server 2012 simplifies licensing, introduces powerful management across private and public clouds and provides easier entry points.
IBM Storwize V3700 – Bringing storage virtualization where it’s needed the most.
The IBM Storewize V3700 changes the landscape considerably, designed from the outset to cost-effectively meet the storage virtualization needs of SMBs.
Published By: AccelOps
Published Date: Jun 27, 2013
Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) has had a solid, three-year history tracking AccelOps, a pioneering software developer that enables network and security administrators to
monitor performance, availability and events with just one application. They found that AccelOps customers are enjoying unique benefits in terms of time to value, scope of
value, and cohesiveness in performance and security management thanks to the AccelOps’s premium on pragmatic innovations. This report provides a current view of
AccelOps’ capabilities in industry context, including interview excerpts with three AccelOps customers. Learn how AccelOps can help your business!
Published By: Comcast
Published Date: Sep 29, 2015
Enterprises are becoming increasingly aware
of the importance of their networks—how what
used to be considered a tactical necessity
has evolved into a strategic asset. They now
recognize that high-performance services are
core to their business strategy—that is, their
ability to quickly share data internally, distribute
data externally and collaborate globally.
Published By: Comcast
Published Date: Sep 29, 2015
When it comes to network connection options, Carrier Ethernet has become one, if not the best option for enterprises, offering operational and business advances that are tipping the scales in favor of the LAN-turned-WAN technology. Carrier Ethernet represents a very viable alternative to MPLS, one that increasingly focuses on scalability, provisioning speed, and simplicity for on-network sites, be they main offices, branch locations, or data centers.
Published By: Workmarket
Published Date: Jul 15, 2015
Historically, Field Service Organizations (FSOs) within enterprises had a relatively easy time dealing with the sta_ng and management of their own field service workforce – basically, they recruited, hired, trained and placed their service professionals in strategic locations situated within a city, throughout the region, and across the country.
If you work in a small- to medium-sized enterprise (SME), you know how challenging securing your technology assets can be. The boss (who is often the owner) wants the same level of security that Fortune 500 companies enjoy. What the boss doesn’t understand is how much that costs, in terms of software, hardware and, most importantly, the specialized talent required to operate it. Sticker shock is a reality when SMEs talk security, and often, the dedicated staff to support security products is forgotten.
Attackers understand the challenges SMEs face, too. And although there are bigger paydays out there, they typically have better security, meaning the SME is an easy target. Some SMEs erroneously believe that they have nothing to lose, no intellectual property (IP) to protect. But that isn’t true. Look carefully at the data on your network. If you wouldn’t publicly post this data on pastebin or email it to a competitor, then it clearly has value—and you should be protecting it. Consider
Large organizations are under constant cyber-attack and many are breached each day. How many? Aside from the infamous breaches at Neiman-Marcus, the New York Times, and Target in 2013, ESG research indicates that nearly half of all enterprise organizations experienced at least one successful malware-based attack over the past two years that resulted in some type of internal action (like re-imaging a system), and/or external damage control (like notifying trusted customers about the breach
Advances in identity and access management have not been able to keep up with the attackers. Continuous Authentication could thwart attacks that exploit compromised credentials and create a frictionless user experience to better protect enterprise information systems and the data they contain
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Published By: Infrascale
Published Date: Jan 09, 2015
OneIT Owner Glen Zucker was challenged to find a data protection platform that could support clients of all sizes and needs, from the SMB to the enterprise. It was also important that the solution integrate easily with their business model. With their own data centers already in place, Zucker needed a complete data protection solution to layer over his already established infrastructure.
Published By: Infrascale
Published Date: Mar 24, 2015
Most businesses recognize the importance of data management, backup and disaster recovery, but believe their current backup solution doesn’t meet their business needs.
According to Gartner, only 35% of small and medium businesses have backup plans and 70% aren’t confident with the statement: 'Our backup and disaster recovery operations are well managed and planned.
This is yesterday’s backup and it’s a risk that enterprises and SMBs can’t afford. What would an hour of downtime cost your business? Please register to learn more!
Skype for Business offers a comprehensive unified communications and collaboration platform with the ability to revolutionize an enterprise's business process, enable a high level of business agility and generate a significant return on investment. That promise hinges on Skype for Business's ability to consistently deliver high availability and a high quality user experience (UX). Without that consistent high quality UX, adoption will falter, the potential benefits will not be reaped and ROI will evaporate.
The WAN has always been about connecting users to applications and moving data, but the playing field has now changed with datacenters migrating to the cloud along with mission-critical applications. Companies are increasingly moving away from traditional applications and the notion of a location is changing. Ultimately the way that enterprises and their users do business has changed - and so must their approach to connectivity.
The wide area network (WAN) has always been about connecting users to applica¬tions and moving data over long distances. This includes connectivity for collaboration among enterprise users, clients, suppliers, and partners across distributed geographi¬cal locations. It also includes the movement of data over distance for disaster recovery and business continuity.
Silver Peak gives enterprises and service providers the flexibility to securely connect users to applications via the most cost-effective source of connectivity available. With Silver Peak’s WAN solutions, customers can augment or replace MPLS networks with secure broadband Internet connectivity, (often referred to as an SD-WAN) while dramatically reducing WAN costs and complexity. Customers benefit from unprecedented levels of visibility, control and security over all traffic traversing the WAN, while improving application and network performance. With Silver Peak, sites can be rapidly and non-disruptively extended, moved, or changed as business demands evolve.
Published By: LogicNow
Published Date: Nov 02, 2015
Enterprise security threats are more challenging than ever. Cyber attackers are more sophisticated. Their attacks happen at an alarming rate with new malware variants and vulnerabilities emerging virtually every day.
Multiple research studies confirm that businesses (especially SMBs) are not prepared for the threats in this new landscape, which translates to a huge opportunity — and responsibility — for IT service providers (ITSPs).
This white paper will consider this opportunity and how Managed Service Providers (MSPs) and ITSPs can help their clients mitigate the inherent risks of doing business within this increasingly complex cyber threat landscape.