Today’s digital world is putting new pressure on your customers to protect their IT investments and their businesses. Don’t leave your customers unprotected.
As their trusted IT advisor, offer them a cost-effective, scalable way to manage their DR storage environment by leveraging the brand they are using in production – EMC Data Domain.
Point-of-Sale (POS) Systems: intelligent, connected, versatile solutions that provide a full range of sales and payment processing capabilities—and much more. POS systems are a critical “touchpoint” for today’s retailers—a location where the opportunity exists not simply to complete a transaction, but enhance the customer relationship and streamline the business. POS systems today can play a role in marketing, pricing, and inventory control.
Today, businesses large and small are investing in a new generation of digital touchpoints—digital signs, kiosks, POS (point-of-sale) solutions, vending machines, intelligent shelf labels and more—to engage customers, convey information and hopefully create a sale. Rely on Intel® Retail Client Manager (Intel® RCM) to manage digital content across consumer touchpoints, create valuable consumer experiences and sales opportunities.
First Mile Wireless provides integrated, high-speed connectivity that extends the office experience out to oil and gas fields,creating the platform for advanced sense-and respond capabilities that enhance asset productivity and optimization.
This paper explores the capabilities of unified communications and provides examples of how exploration and production companies use convergence in communications to best advantage to allow data, voice, and video collaboration between experts and explore the value that it brings.
Published By: Toshiba
Published Date: Feb 04, 2015
Thanks to platform changes in the new versions of Windows, IT can begin treating even traditional PCs like mobile devices, giving users additional capabilities while maintaining control of corporate data. This “new normal” means that users can have a greater choice of devices, more flexibility to work when and where they want, and more modern communications options. And it should lead to a rethinking of the often-adversarial relationship that users have with IT, helping the organization move from reactive to proactive.
This whitepaper evaluates how the landscape for client computing has changed in this new era, while retaining all of the productivity benefits we’ve come to expect from the PC.
Published By: Toshiba
Published Date: Apr 27, 2015
At Toshiba, we recognize your important role in our success. So, as part of our ongoing commitment to your success, we bring you Tecra® C50 Program.
What’s in it for you? A full spectrum of programs, services, perks, discounts, resources and value-added extras to help you find, win, retain and grow customers.
Hear about how Computer 1 Products of America’s implemented AVG Managed Workplace and was able to achieve higher visibility into their customer networks in order to deliver higher quality, proactive managed services.
According to Forrester Research, "end-user experience has to be the benchmark for enterprise application performance," which of course makes perfect sense, given that enterprises are spending billions of dollars to enable productivity and automation gains as specifically directed by end-users.
Many IT administrators have already learned the hard way that managing the performance and availability of services built on virtualization technologies can be difficult, if not impossible at times. All too often, early adopters of virtualization have struggled with limited technology features and stability constraints, while learning new ways to effectively manage capacity requirements.
While VMware's virtualization capabilities ushered in a world of potential benefits, they also brought an entirely new world of challenges from a monitoring perspective-challenges that legacy system management tools and point solutions are ill-equipped to address. This white paper offers an overview of the unique challenges of monitoring service levels of business applications in a virtualized environment, and it reveals how Nimsoft products uniquely addresses these challenges.
Published By: Emerson
Published Date: Dec 01, 2010
The ten steps outlined in this paper provide a systematic approach to building the
foundation for data center infrastructure management by deploying and leveraging
measurement, intelligent controls and centralized monitoring and management. Data
centers employing these 10 prescribed point solutions for infrastructure performance
monitoring stand to gain an operational, strategic and transformative advantage for their
enterprise or business.
Through these 10 steps, data center managers can automatically collect data from
infrastructure systems and sensors placed strategically within the physical space and use this
data to gain higher availability, increase efficiency, enhance the value of virtualization and
consolidation efforts and improve planning.
For the managed services provider (MSP), service desk capabilities play a critical role in the level of service that customers receive and in the degree to which those services are delivered efficiently and profitably. In short, the service desk can make the difference between a service provider’s success or failure. This paper offers some key principles MSPs should adopt in order to help ensure their service desk fully supports operational efficiency, optimal service levels and business growth.
As one of the world’s largest Internet commerce platforms, eBay demands extreme data center reliability; any downtime would impact transactions worth more than $2,000 a second. Thus its global data center team must excel simultaneously in delivering uptime and flexibility, while keeping costs down – a truly complex challenge, requiring constant innovation to be successful.
Whether you operate a large, a medium or even a small data center, it may be time for you to consider deploying high power to at least some of your racks. Good candidates are racks that will be packed with 1U servers, racks with blade servers and racks with data center networks or storage devices.
And, there are side benefits. Moving to higher voltages, whether single phase or three phase, reduces transmission losses which leads to energy savings. Higher voltages, especially when deployed as three-phase power, are a good way to increase rack power capacity without adding to cable clutter and blocking cooling air in under-floor plenums. High power racks, coupled with in-row or overhead local cooling, also eliminate the energy waste from moving air across the room since cooling is now localized.
Technology changes in the blink of an eye. New products or services are introduced and older versions are obsolete almost immediately. The convergence of Mobile, Big Data, and the Cloud is setting the stage for a new way of working, collaborating and leveraging business information.
Learn more about how you need to stay on top of all these changes in technology, because this train has already left the station, and businesses that aren’t on board may jeopardize future competitiveness.
Growing an IT Services business in an unstable economy is challenging, but for one MSP, the key to success was the right partnership and business support from a group of peers.
See how Wisconsin-based ITConnexx leveraged the ConnectWise Community and the PSA platform to transform their business from break-fix to managed services.
NSS Labs performed an independent test of the Fortinet FortiSandbox 3000D v1.2 breach detection system (BDS). The product was subjected to thorough testing at the NSS facility in Austin, TX, base don the BDS methodology available at NSS Labs.