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  • HR analytics evaluation tips: Insight into how your business operates

    Sponsored by: Workday

    In this webcast, discover a suite of business applications delivered in the cloud that join with analytics to create a collaborative workspace, all accessible from any device. Discover how this enterprise suite offers deeper insight into how your business operates and performs, and enables true collaboration with a unified system.

  • Apps to the Future: Predicting Enterprise Mobility in 2015

    Sponsored by: Maas360 by IBM

    This webcast dives into the future of mobile enterprise apps as Fiberlink's own Director of Marketing, Jonathan Dale, is joined by IDC's VP for mobility research, John Jackson for a discussion on enterprise app predictions in 2015, and to share advice for mobile success in 2015. Read on to learn more.

  • The Social Workplace: IBM Connections Social Cloud

    Sponsored by: IBM

    This short video introduces IBM Connections Social Cloud, an innovative set of web-based collaboration and social networking services.

  • Informatica Ultra Messaging

    Sponsored by: Informatica

    Legacy messaging technologies lack the performance and flexibility necessary to support today’s computing environments. Attend this webinar to learn how Informatica’s Ultra Messaging technology can help realize up to 10x performance improvements over legacy messaging solutions while dramatically reducing costs and improving deployment flexibility.

  • Blackberry Enterprise Server v4.1 Service Pack 6

    Sponsored by: BlackBerry

    The BlackBerry Enterprise Solution provides push-based access to email; calendar, contacts, tasks and notes; instant messaging; web-based applications and services and enterprise applications.

  • 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.

  • Best Practices for Archiving Oracle E-Business Suite Applications

    Sponsored by: Informatica

    The volume of data in Oracle E-Business Suite applications is growing at a staggering rate. Keeping enterprise data in the production database isn’t sustainable yet deleting it isn’t an option as the data needs to remain accessible. View this webinar as it examines the best practices in archiving to help better manage data efficiently.

  • Enterprise Integration: Patterns and Deployments with Apache ActiveMQ

    Sponsored by: FuseSource

    ActiveMQ is the most popular messaging platform in use today. This webinar will explain some reoccurring messaging patterns that are used for application integration - and then see how they have been applied in large enterprise deployments with ActiveMQ.

  • Dancing with Elephants - Making Your Business Processes Agile

    Sponsored by: Fujitsu America, Inc.

    Think Agile BPM is not for you because you don't have simple processes that follow the same path every time? Think again. This webcast illustrates how Agile BPM allows you to get results by striking the right balance between structure and flexibility in processes how Fujitsu's Agile BPM solution can help you to achieve that goal.

  • Breaking the Disk Barrier: In-Memory Databases

    Sponsored by: Sybase, an SAP company

    In-memory database technology is emerging as a key means of boosting performance in mainstream IT applications. Carl Olofson from IDC discusses how an in-memory database strategy can provide better high speed, high volume data management for your applications. ASE's new In-memory Databases Option is also described. Watch this webcast to learn more.

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