Web Services are software systems designed to support interoperable machine-to-machine interaction over a network. This definition encompasses many different systems, but in common usage the term refers to those services that use SOAP-formatted XML envelopes and have their interfaces described by WSDL. For example, WS-I only recognizes Web services in the context of these specifications.
Following a series of in-depth interviews with Senior IT professionals in various industries this video provides their findings and the direct and in-direct value derived from using HPs Backup, Recovery and Archiving solutions.
This paper explores why PaaS has suddenly become relevant and irresistible to many organizations. It dives into the opportunities and considerations associated with using PaaS from an application development and deployment perspective, as well as the ways PaaS can help enhance developer productivity.
For the past several years, the nature of enterprise productivity has been forever changed by the new breed of
mobile devices. Personal smartphones and tablets are everywhere. Gone are the days when every enterprise gave
its employees a security-focused BlackBerry. Cloud-based productivity apps can be downloaded in seconds.
Compared to even a few years ago, enterprises are operating in a new world. Please download whitepaper to learn more.
Watch this on-demand webinar to learn the steps and available tools necessary to design, setup, and deploy infrastructure to run a multi-server Microsoft SharePoint Server Farm on AWS. Solution Architect Ulf Schoo will cover how to architect for high availability and provision the relevant AWS services and resources to run SharePoint Server workloads at scale on the AWS Cloud. Also included with the video is the Microsoft SharePoint Server on AWS: Reference Architecture Whitepaper.
This planning and implementation guide discusses planning topics, architectural considerations, and configuration steps relevant before and after launching the necessary AWS services such as Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) and Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) to run a high-availability and site-resilient Exchange architecture.
Until recently, it has been far cheaper and easier to produce and store data than to process it. Companies have the option to buy large, multi-million dollar hardware devices to process their big data, but with budgets under pressure and no clear way to calculate returns on investment, the business case is difficult to make… And when analysts explain to the CTO that they only need the hardware for six months, for one day a week, or for one hour a day, the investment becomes impossible to justify.
In this whitepaper, you’ll learn how by eliminating the traditionally high ‘cost of entry’ for big data analysis, Amazon Web Services is enabling customers to convert more raw data into more valuable business insight.
An easy way to get started using Amazon Web Services is by deploying development and test workloads. This solution briefing outlines some of the challenges that customers face with these workloads, and how AWS can help address them. In addition, it provides an overview of AWS, highlights some key services for these scenarios and provides links so that you can obtain more information about any service that you are interested in.
Discover the four key dimensions to personalized web marketing, and learn from the real life successes of enterprises that have made the personalized web a core part of their growth strategies.As you can see, web marketing can achieve comparable success when you make the four personalization steps your own.
As the primary focus of IT moves from increasing IT productivity through virtualization and cloud computing to enhancing business productivity, the biggest challenge that businesses face in executing corporate strategy is focusing the right people and resources on strategic initiatives. A key element in enhancing business productivity is driving down costs, which can help free up the funds needed to make strategic investments. Businesses also need a means to more effectively orchestrate how IT interacts with business processes and critical application environments. The solution lies in using managed services. Read here to find out more on how companies gained significant and quantifiable benefits from using managed services.
Learn how to maximize the business value of your data by having a storage infrastructure that will easily address long-term retention policies, finds and retrieves content quickly from long-term repositories, and uses object storage efficiently.
Download this solutions guide to get a technical overview on building Hadoop on NetApp E-series storage and learn how it will effectively help deliver big analytics with pre-engineered, compatible, and supported solutions ultimately reducing the cost, schedule, and risk of do-it-yourself systems.
Have you ever found yourself in this untenable position? Your web team and email program owners are targeting the same customers, with different offers, or worse, competing offers.
Siloed systems and teams limit marketers’ ability to make sound assessments about performance and spending. Marketers around the world spend over one trillion USD each year. Yet, most of them still manage their marketing programs with a hodgepodge of spreadsheets and disconnected applications. Unnecessary costs, delays and poor collaboration plague marketers. Under increasing pressure to connect with customers while doing more with less, marketers who strive to optimize marketing performance through a single integrated software platform can make the best use of people, programs and resources. Today, you need a return on every dollar spent and a platform that aligns technology, people and processes to help create effective, efficient marketing programs that support customers for life.
This brochure explores the Interactive Marketing essentials of cross-channel marketing, sophisticated email marketing, proven website personalization strategies, and new approaches to data that will improve your ability to market to individuals or specific segments of customers and prospects. In the following pages, you will learn how the right Interactive Marketing solution can help you engage each customer in a two-way, interactive dialogue.
In many ways, today’s web marketers are like blindfolded shopkeepers. They might have a general understanding of their customers’ needs, based on site analytics and other data sources, but they do not see what their actual customers are doing across channels. Hence, they miss numerous sales and marketing opportunities—online and off.
Whether your shop is real, virtual, or a combination of the two,
the more complete your customer vision, the greater the value
you can provide to them and the greater value they will deliver
to your bottom line.
Decisions, decisions. They can make or break marketing success. Yet as customers and channels grow more complex, so does decision-making. As choices multiply, marketing becomes more challenging than ever.
The days when marketers could rely strictly on good judgment and business acumen are past. Technology for decision and process automation gives marketers a decided edge in making spot-on decisions that match individual customers to the best message, on a scale of millions.
When 83 percent of online consumers participate in social
media, it is no surprise that, like bees to honey, marketers are following suit. According to a recent IBM® Unica® survey of marketers, 47 percent of respondents say they currently use social media marketing tactics; in North America, that number jumps to 58 percent. Yet, for all the rush, many marketers are wondering, “where’s the gold?” The IBM Unica survey found that 48 percent of marketers admit that their social media marketing efforts are totally siloed, frustrating their attempts to create richer customer relationships.
In many ways, today’s web marketers are like blindfolded shop-keepers. They might have a general understanding of their customers’ needs, based on site analytics and other data sources, but they do not see what their actual customers are doing across channels. Hence, they miss numerous sales and marketing opportunities—online and off.
Whether your shop is real, virtual, or a combination of the two, the more complete your customer vision, the greater the value you can provide to them and the greater value they will deliver to your bottom line.