Enterprise Application software performs business functions such as accounting, production scheduling, customer information tracking, bank account maintenance, and the like. It is almost always hosted on servers, and is used by multiple employees of the same organization. Major subcategories include ERP, CRM, and SCM.
BI systems have encapsulated a very waterfall-like approach, where a large amount of design work must be done by technology professionals up front, before even simple business analysis can be done. Join Gigaom Research and our sponsor SiSense for “BI Agility: A clear win, if done right,” a free analyst webinar on Wednesday, September 10, 2014 at 10 a.m. PT.
Continuous Delivery is about developing a process from code to test to stage to deployment in production with historical traceability for control, security and compliance. Join Gigaom Research and our sponsor CloudBees for “Continuous Delivery: Driving Business Agility, Improving Business Execution and Decreasing Time to Market,” a free analyst webinar on Tuesday, September 9, 2014 at 10 a.m. PT.
Equipping IT with the resources that they need to optimize the user experience to match that of consumer applications can help you achieve the business outcomes you want, while making the most of your enterprise content management (ECM) investments.
The chorus starts every year before the first carol is sung: “Load test before the holidays! If you don’t, you’ll be sorry!” Good advice, but wouldn’t it be nice to get some concrete tips? In the spirit of giving, Neustar’s engineers have identified 3 best practices.
In many ways, simplicity is the key to success. By simplifying customer service processes for customers and employees, these engagements can focus on solving problems and building lasting relationships.
Network transformation involves much more than replacing TDM-based equipment with IP-based equipment. Transformation is a holistic process that typically happens in phases, depending on the unique business drivers that a CSP is facing.
To accomplish this mission, you need an infrastructure platform that can be highly optimized for today’s and tomorrow’s virtualized workloads to provide operational simplicity that allows you to move at the speed of business.
Unfortunately, a traditional infrastructure won’t get you there. A siloed environment requires too many tools and manual processes, which creates unnecessary complexity. That complexity, in turn, causes downtime, slows service delivery, and drains your IT staff productivity.
Now, more than ever, your IT managers are under enormous pressure to deliver applications and services that innovate and transform your business. You’re being asked to deliver a data center defined by lower costs, rapid time to value, and rock-solid reliability. To accomplish this mission, you need an infrastructure platform that can be highly optimized for today’s and tomorrow’s virtualized workloads to provide operational simplicity that allows you to move at the speed of business.
IBM has announced its intention to exit the x86 server market - leaving you with an important decision to make. How do you choose the right strategic partner for your data center? This guide will help you get started down the right path.
Working together, HP BladeSystem and HP OneView help you transform business economics by accelerating service delivery. Accelerate service delivery with the Power of One—one infrastructure, one management platform—that’s converged, federated, and automated.