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  • Mastering Mobile Application Management: How to Adopt MAM

    Sponsored by: IBM

    Enhance your MAM understanding with proven best practices that'll help you to solve app compatibility, security, and adoption issues.

  • Mobile application platforms: Essential guide

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    One of the mantras of modern enterprise application development is that business applications should be as easy to use as mass market consumer applications. Increasingly apps must be one step ahead of the user, pulling in context-specific information and providing a seamless user experience.

  • Micro Focus SilkPerformer

    Sponsored by: Micro Focus

    IT Problem: SilkPerformer enables the rapid creation of performance tests that accurately simulate peak demand loads and isolate performance bottlenecks.

  • How to Consolidate Application Portfolios

    Sponsored by: SearchCIO.com

    When your closet needs a major clean-out and you don't have time to address it, you can simply shut your closet door and hide the clutter. A sprawling portfolio of apps, however, isn't as easy to mask. In our expert handbook, we explore key things for CIOs and CTOs to consider when planning an app modernization project.

  • How the Internet of Things Will Reshape Enterprise Operations and Consumer Applications

    Sponsored by: IBM

    How will the expansion of the Internet of Things (IoT) influence the workplace and the consumer sphere? This two-part e-guide explains how the IoT will impact supply chain management in the near future and explores how IoT devices will transform enterprise and consumer applications alike.

  • Computer Weekly - 7 February 2012: IT investment priorities

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week’s Computer Weekly, we examine exclusive research into the investment priorities of UK IT decision-makers, which shows virtualisation, Windows 7 and security as the top areas for spending this year. We analyse the changing nature of database architecture; and the BBC’s Chief Technology Officer talks about IT plans for the broadcaster.

  • Linux Goes Mobile: How LinuxONE can Empower Enterprise Mobility

    Sponsored by: IBM

    In this resource, you will discover how to deliver an exceptional mobile experience with a scalable Linux platform, and utilize this open source software to leverage agile development and delivery of mobile apps. Read on to also learn to deliver on a highly responsive infrastructure that scales to meet peaks in mobile workloads.

  • Intel® Cloud Builders Guide: Cloud Design and Deployment on Intel® Platforms - Trusted Compute Pools with Parallels*

    Sponsored by: Intel

    Applying the ideas and principles of cloud computing to IT operations can offer organizations agility and cost savings. For workloads which need to be highly elastic, like those of software developers, using an Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) approach is often the best choice.

  • Red Hat JBOSS Fuse Service Works Technology Overview

    Sponsored by: Red Hat

    This white paper describes how one service foundation and enterprise platform can help organizations create modular business services that are reusable, changeable, flexible, and which hide the complexity of integrating with multiple enterprise systems.

  • Intel® Expressway Tokenization Broker Data Sheet

    Sponsored by: Intel

    This doument provides details on how organizations can reduce PCI DSS scope and lower costs, by leveraging Intel® Expressway Tokenization Broker to manage Primary Account Number (PAN) data. Tokenization Broker is offered in conjunction with our industry-leading Intel® Expressway Service Gateway.

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