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  • Enterprise Mobility University

    Sponsored by: SearchConsumerization.com

    In this Enterprise Mobility University, we focus on key questions infrastructure managers, systems and virtualization administrators, and IT purchases must consider before introducing BYOD into their environments.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Taking a Strategic Approach to Enterprise Mobility

    Sponsored by: Sybase, an SAP company

    This webcast discusses everything you need to know about adopting a Mobile Enterprise Application Platform, such as the true value of adopting a Mobile Enterprise Application Platform, the trends you need to be tracking, and how to take a strategic approach to deployment.

  • The Value of an Integrated System for the Oil and Gas Industry

    Sponsored by: IFS

    Organizations in the oil and gas industry tend to rely on a lot of specialist business applications, but a lack of integration can cause headaches for IT. This five-minute webcast explains how the right enterprise resource planning (ERP) approach can bridge the gap between specialist functionality and total integration.

  • Deploying Oracle on VMware: Challenges and Opportunities

    Sponsored by: VMware and Intel

    In this webcast, AbitibiBowater, the eighth largest publicly traded pulp and paper manufacturer in the world, shares how they successfully virtualized mission-critical Oracle solutions such as JD Enterprise One, Oracle Databases and Oracle Business Intelligence data warehouses.

  • SAP Solutions for Small Businesses and Midsize Companies: Leveraging Economies of Scale

    Sponsored by: SAP AG

    As your company grows, you have the opportunity to benefit from economies of scale; but growth can be fraught with challenge. Production disruptions and operational inefficiencies can quickly negate the advantages you hope to achieve. Watch this informative video to learn about SAP solutions for small businesses and midsize companies.

  • 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.

  • Podcast: Optimizing your SAP environment while reducing costs

    Sponsored by: IBM

    This podcast provides strategies for SAP customers which can optimize their systems for increased functionality while still reducing costs. Listen now to hear about the concerns of today's SAP customers, the changing role of the CIO and low-cost strategies for optimizing SAP environments.

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