Enterprise Software Research
Sponsored by: SearchConsumerization.com
Mobile application management is a crucial element of any enterprise mobility strategy. Properly applied, MAM tools can enable organizations to deliver and monitor mobile apps.
Sponsored by: IBM
Discover how enterprise level Hadoop can help your data scientists better manage and analyze your enterprise scale workloads.
Sponsored by: IFS
This on-demand webcast dispels the confusion surrounding cloud enterprise resource planning (ERP). Inside, find out how cloud ERP works, uncover the key benefits it can offer your organization, learn about executive perceptions and misconceptions, and more.
Sponsored by: DataFlux Corporation
The Miami Herald Media Company used the DataFlux data quality and data integration platform to improve and enhance the data that drives its Database Marketing division.
Sponsored by: SAP America, Inc.
SAP in-memory computing is putting the "r" back in "real-time" computing by bringing together online transaction processing (OLTP) applications and online analytical processing (OLAP) applications at a lower total cost. Get an in-depth look at how this technology will impact business.
Sponsored by: SearchEnterpriseDesktop
Before moving to Microsoft Office 2013 or Office 365, IT pros should compare features, licensing schemes and application usage and be aware of emerging Office alternatives.
Sponsored by: Oracle Corporation
Read this white paper to learn how Oracle Application Testing Suite (ATS) can help organizations ensure the quality and performance of their Siebel applications.
Sponsored by: Perceptive Software
The Goal of clinical decision support (CDS) - a Business Intelligence tool specific to health care - is to give physicians and nurses the granular information they need to make treatment decisions at the time they need it. Read this paper and learn how to develop a data analytics system that works for your health care environment.
Sponsored by: Fujitsu America, Inc.
Fujitsu Interstage Business Process Manager (Interstage BPM) is a leading solution for Agile BPM - the next generation of BPM. Agile BPM is designed to flexibly address the requirements of all types of processes used to conduct a business: structured, unstructured, and hybrid process types, giving support to all forms of work.
Sponsored by: Citrix
This whitepaper looks at the needs of both enterprise and cloud-native workloads and how those needs can be met in a single, integrated cloud platform.