IT Management includes a variety of functions for managing computers in a networked environment, including software distribution, version control, backup & recovery, job scheduling, virus protection and performance and capacity planning.
This white paper:
• Explains the staggering growth of digital data volume and the increasing demand for faster access
• Examines the different types of data transmission
• Outlines the two potential solutions for connecting 10Gb equipment with higher-speed equipment
Read more to learn how Kasia Lania, Head of Business Solutions at IP Payments successfully used Clarizen to build and lead a PMO team that would manage client projects.
Clarizen was chosen as the ‘best-fit’ in tracking and managing projects from the close of the sale through to project implementation.
Years of IT infrastructure advancements have helped to drive out vast amounts of costs within the datacenter. Technologies like server and storage virtualization, data deduplication, and flash-based storage systems (to name just a few) have contributed to improvements of utilization rates, performance, and resiliency for most organizations. Unfortunately, organizations still struggle with deeply rooted operational inefficiencies related to IT departments with silos of technology and expertise that lead to higher complexity, limited scalability, and suboptimal levels of agility. The recent tectonic shifts caused by the rise of 3rd Platform applications that focus on social, mobile, cloud, and big data environments have amplified the pains associated with these structural inefficiencies.
With telecommuting and mobility on the rise in the workplace, the conference room as the main hub of collaboration is beginning to look like an archaic concept. Wainhouse Senior Analyst Andrew Davis believes it’s just the opposite. With the proliferation of video collaboration, conference rooms are actually becoming an even more integral part of the workplace.
Read the white paper "How Cloud Communications Is Opening Up Possibilities (and Floor Space)" to find out why some IT pros are shopping for game tables to go in empty server rooms while others are untangling wires and watching blinking lights—and which cases make the most sense for each approach.
Transformation-oriented IT leaders can gain valuable insight in the webinar "Bridging the Gap: Future-state Roadmap for IT Organizations" with IDC Research VP Melanie Posey and CenturyLink VP David Shacochis. As IT evolves from being a "necessary evil" cost center to occupying center stage as a digital business enabler, IT leaders must reinvent themselves as "enterprise architects" who can serve as partners to the lines-of-business, ensuring that IT capabilities and resources are tightly integrated into business planning processes. Learn what steps you can take to make changes in your organization.
Citrix XenApp delivers Windows apps as secure mobile services. With XenApp, IT can mobilize the business - increasing user productivity, while reducing costs by centralizing control and security of intellectual property.
Embracing mobile devices, thin clients, new app delivery systems, and BYOD all represent a huge challenge to IT. The incredible amount of flexibility, productivity, and employee satisfaction that can be gleaned from the support of such initiatives is massive. However, this shift comes at a high price in terms of increased infrastructure cost and the increased complexity of managing it all.
A range of business issues are driving IT towards desktop virtualization. One solution-Citrix XenDesktop with FlexCast technology-helps IT teams empower their workforces, one project at a time. See the trends driving the adoption of virtual desktops and the top use cases IT teams are deploying today.
Citrix Workspace Suite brings together award-winning technologies into an integrated solution that provides people with secure access to apps, data, desktops and IT services seamlessly across whatever device they happen to be using. This is the mobile workspace in action.
This white paper examines how Citrix XenApp and Citrix XenDesktop dramatically reduce the effort required to protect mission-critical information, while giving users fast, simple remote access that enhances business productivity.
Citrix has been delivering virtualized apps for 25 years, while VMware is just getting started. In fact, VMware Horizon has left out some of the “no-brainer” features that Citrix XenApp users and admins have been using for years. Understanding the differences between these products is critical to determining if the solution you pick is the right choice for IT.