Data Management comprises all the disciplines related to managing data as a valuable resource. Data Resource Management is the development and execution of architectures, policies, practices and procedures that properly manage the full data lifecycle needs of an enterprise.
We believe that to be the best leader you can be, you need to be a fearless, bold, effective coach on a daily basis. Aspirational, right?
The path to greatness seldom runs smoothly though, so here are a few strategies to get you started.
If your marketing isn’t real-time, it’s out of date. Marketing for the moment is now crucial. Real-time interaction management (RTIM) enables marketing messages to change in real-time when they are opened. The latest innovation in digital marketing.
Latest independent report reveals the Strong Performers in the RTIM market.
Combining, streamlining and analyzing data is still the biggest single struggle for marketers. Most marketers can’t use data for simple offer based marketing, let alone sophisticated contextual marketing. Part 1 of our ‘Overcoming Marketing Challenges’ White Paper series discusses how data has become a barrier for many marketers and four data steps you can take to engage more successfully with your customers.
Email is a mature and relatively easy to use channel – but that still scares even the most successful marketers to deliver email campaigns that are truly successful. Part 2 of the Overcoming Marketing Challenges Series highlights areas to consider such as testing and optimization, as well as revealing the three D’s for creating a successful contextual email programme.
This white paper examines the role of IT in the new landscape, offering insights from IT and businesses that have leveraged Google Apps for Work to empower employees with collaboration tools they know and love while providing robust security and controls that protect data.
Ce livre blanc étudie le rôle des services informatiques dans ce nouveau paysage. Il présente également l'expérience vécue par des équipes informatiques et entreprises qui sont passées à Google Apps for Work pour permettre à leurs collaborateurs d'utiliser les outils qu'ils connaissent et apprécient, tout en offrant un niveau de sécurité élevé et des dispositifs de protection des données.
Big Data is on virtually every enterprise’s to-do list these days. Recognizing both its potential and competitive advantage, companies are aligning a vast array of resources to access and analyze this strategic asset. However, despite best intentions, the majority of these Big Data initiatives are either extremely slow in their implementation or are not yielding the results and benefits that enterprises expect. Download this white paper to learn how to solve the Big Data intention-deployment gap and see how you can make your infrastructure in a flexible, easy-to-use platform that will provide in-depth analytics.
As companies seek to better understand their customers, their opportunities, and themselves, they are embracing new technologies such as Hadoop and NoSQL to better manage and manipulate their data. Yet a complete solution for big data has many moving parts while at the same time these moving parts are continuously evolving. Download this white paper to figure out how to make all the moving parts work smoothly together and see how this will ease frustration with business users and free up your IT teams time to handle other issues.
Over the past few years, “Big Data” has evolved from an interesting technology topic into a source of major competitive advantage, in which IDG conducted a survey and found out that 60% of enterprises are planning on spending an average of $8 million on Big Data initiatives. However, somewhere between intention/investment and executive/production, Big Data initiatives are falling into a gap. Download this white paper to find out how to change the equation on Big Data spending and learn what the successful companies are doing in order to achieve a success from your Big Data applications.
A spear-phishing attack could bring your company to its knees – today. For all you know, you may already be under attack. That could result in a data breach that lands your company in the glare of the news cameras – and in hot water with your customers, partners and investors.
When it comes to data protection, what matters most? You want the freedom to choose the types of data, applications, and computing platforms you protect. You want to seal off that data from security threats. You need space to house that data—the right space now with room to grow. You want to support older solutions as you evolve your technology environment to modern strategies, at a pace that suits your business. And you need the ability to reach out for that data at a moment’s notice without overstressing your network. In short, you need it all.
There are always a few "secrets" in any industry—and the backup and restore business has its share. Our secrets are widely known within the industry but are less well-known outside of it—for the obvious reason that none of these secrets helps the majority of the vendors in this space. In this white paper, we will reveal these secrets to you.
The purpose of deduplication is to provide more storage, particularly backup storage, for less money, right? Then wouldn't it be ridiculous if deduplication vendors were demanding that their customers pay more per terabyte of storage? Or, if they were simply pushing the task of integrating, monitoring, and managing deduplication back onto their users? This white paper is to help you understand the various approaches to deduplication, the strengths and weaknesses of each, and to introduce a different approach to deduplication, Adaptive Deduplication.