Best Practice is a management idea which asserts that there is a technique, method, process, activity, incentive or reward that is more effective at delivering a particular outcome than any other technique, method, process, etc. The idea is that with proper processes, checks, and testing, a project can be rolled out and completed with fewer problems and unforeseen complications.
VCE VxRail Appliances enable organizations to create IT certainty by eliminating complexity and collapsing cost structures while leveraging their existing VMware investments. Based on VMware’s VMware's market-leading Hyper-Converged Software, VxRail delivers a known and proven building block for the software defined data center. It provides IT organizations with a full range of options to create a flexible, optimized infrastructure that dramatically simplifies their IT operations while reducing costs.
Land Rover BAR has sharpened its competitive edge with VCE VxRail™ Hyper-converged Infrastructure Appliance incorporating VMware virtualization and EMC VNX storage and Isilon, to accelerate collaboration on boat development and honing sailing tactics.
One of the most common questions being asked by many customers recently is “How does AirWatch support Office 365?” Many ask if AirWatch can control access to Office 365 (O365) not only on their corporate desktop systems, but most importantly on their mobile devices.
Fortunately, AirWatch® by VMware® provides tremendous support to help organizations leverage O365 on their mobile devices and our recent integration with VMware® Identity Manager provides an industry-first adaptive access control framework to ensure that all work applications, including O365, can only be accessed on managed and compliant devices.
In this paper, we discuss why a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) approach to workforce mobility can be a compromise-free approach, and then how the combined capabilities of Samsung KNOX and
Enterprise Mobility Management from AirWatch by VMware turn this compromise-free approach into reality.
Less than a year ago, analysts’ predictions had mobility enthusiasts believing doomsday was approaching for the mobile device management (MDM) industry. At the 2013 Gartner Security and Risk Management Summit, a panel of analysts told attendees that the bring your own device (BYOD) phenomenon would lead to slashed prices, plummeting sales and the death of an industry. “Mobile device management is in chaos right now, and I think this market is going to die,” Gartner analyst John Girard told attendees (as reported by CRN.com). Girard predicted a shift toward application-level management necessitated by the BYOD trend and employee resistance to management of personal devices.
A Google Trends search for “BYOD” reveals it is a fairly new term, appearing in news publications for the first time in late 2011. BYOD is one part of a much larger, deeper-rooted trend: The consumerization of IT, which can be traced back to the early 2000s. Around that time, most everyone had a personal computer, which enabled them to work from home after hours – and to realize the benefits of using the devices that they had carefully chosen and were comfortable using, rather than the corporate devices their IT departments had issued them.
BYOD and the consumerization of IT continued to grow as devices became cheaper and more connected. Where IT leaders were once solely concerned with reining in all the unapproved devices accessing the corporate network, a recent Intel and readwrite report that shows 49 percent of U.S. IT managers “strongly agree that BYOD improves worker productivity.” The next era of BYOD has arrived, and IT departments are thinking about it as a strategic value-ad
Organizations that invest in proprietary applications and data
for competitive advantage in their industries only succeed by
making those investments available to employees, customers,
and partners that drive revenue and opportunity. Securing
those investments requires a fresh perspective as the types
of devices accessing the cloud datacenter are changing rapidly
and new workloads, such as VDI desktops, are appearing more
regularly alongside server workloads. These changes alter the
potential attacks and potential threats to datacenters whose
security primarily stands firm at the perimeter, however, within
the data center the security is weak.
By combining VMware NSX with the AirWatch Tunnel and/or
VMware Horizon View, organizations are able to bridge the
device to datacenter security gap in a way that both increases
the overall security of the cloud datacenter and makes it far
simpler to manage security through defining and delegating
application and services to specific users. This
Business travelers in the U.S. will take close to 500 million trips in 2016. That means, every day, nearly 40,000 people are booking ground transportationą. Meanwhile, a stream of devices and applications are emerging to help travelers get to their destinations in more efficient, safe, and affordable ways. This constantly-changing landscape can leave your team lost, fighting other business travelers for space and trying to keep up with the best apps. And lost is the last place your team should be, especially when they’re traveling for work.
Is there that much of a future for magnetic spinning disk? Even if manufacturers could move to 30,000 rpm disks with better areal density, the constraints in the engineering and physical capabilities of magnetic disks will still put them orders of magnitude behind flash-based systems in overall performance terms.
This IDC Buyer Case Study reviews how Cobb EMC, a regional not-for-profit electric utility company serving the greater Atlanta metropolitan area, addressed evolving IT infrastructure requirements with flash storage technology to improve performance and substantially improve IT efficiencies. This Buyer Case Study explores what drove Cobb EMC's initial interest in flash, how flash deployment has evolved in the company's environments, how the deployment has impacted its business, and what future plans exist for AFAs at Cobb EMC.
This report, sponsored by Accenture and Pegasystems, explores how companies are managing their digital transformation initiatives, their goals, drivers and challenges, and how they are boosting their digital capabilities.
Landing pages are the foundation that supports successful inbound marketing campaigns. Once you’ve done all the work of attracting visitors to your site, they’re the key to making the connection – and getting the conversion.
Subject lines can be one of the most important elements of your email program. It’s your first (and maybe your last) impression on your recipients. It’s what determines your email response and engagement. However, many marketers will spend far more time on the content of the email and ignore the importance of the subject line. After all, an awesome email is worthless if it’s never seen. That’s why it’s so important to know how to create amazingly effective subject lines that will get your email opened.
Traditionally, sales and marketing haven't always seen eye-to-eye. Our 2015 Sales and Marketing Alignment Survey clearly shows that in order to exceed revenue goals, outdated traditions need to change. In the eBook, we will show you the direct relationship between alignment and revenue performance and how the use of the right technologies will support business success.
Top-performing marketing leaders understand the need to allocate their time and resources across the entire spectrum of marketing, acknowledging that an effective marketing strategy goes well beyond just driving demand for sales.
“When the legend becomes fact, print the legend!” So says a character in the classic western “The Man Who Shot Liberty Valence.” Learning and development professionals try to discern facts from legends every day as they create learning solutions designed to meet clients’ needs. In this webinar, workplace learning expert, Pluralsight Chief Learning Evangelist and editor of ‘More Lies About Learning’ (ATD 2015) Larry Israelite shares his perspectives on the most compelling lies and how leaders can address them.
The rise of the web drove the need for applications in the browser. JSON is natively supported and easy to understand, with facile methods to learn our technical details. JSON sums new web technologies with client side practices to achieve an interactive web application.
In this webinar, security expert and Pluralsight author Troy Hunt shares 10 examples of recent online attacks, assesses what went wrong, and tells you how each system could have been built to be resilient to the attack.
The lessons learned in this webinar will help you better secure your systems by learning from the mistakes of those who have gone before you.
Best-in-Class companies put out low-cost, high quality products, in the timeframe intended, and as a result deliver on 87% of revenue targets and see a 15% increase in profit margins.
Based on the experiences of 148 respondents, this report will explore what makes a product development company successful. It will look at the differences between the Best-in-Class and their competitors to see what they attribute margins/revenue to.