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  • Magic Quadrant for Cloud Database Management Systems

    Gartner recognizes Google as a Leader in the 2021 Magic Quadrant for Cloud Database Management Systems for its product Google Cloud Platform. In this report, you will learn why Google Cloud was named a Leader, where the cloud database and analytics market stands and where it’s going, how the vendors are evaluated on the various criteria, and more.

  • Threat Horizons: a report from Google's Cybersecurity Action Team

    In this and future threat intelligence reports, Google will provide threat horizon scanning, trend tracking and early warning announcements about emerging threats requiring immediate action. Download the full report to get greater detail on the current cloud threat landscape and the steps they recommend to reduce risks.

  • THE PATHWAY TO CLOUD-POWERED INNOVATION

    As companies rethink their ERP systems, many are realizing that migrating SAP to the cloud might help propel their innovation strategies forward. Explore the pros and cons of migrating SAP to the cloud in this Harvard Business Review report. Save it here.

  • Re-architecting for nonstop innovation

    While building custom software services using monolithic architectures has initial advantages, as applications grow more complex, you’ll likely end up with systems that are expensive to change and risky to deploy. Download the whitepaper to learn about how cloud-native architecture can solve this dilemma.

  • Guide to Workplace Collaboration Tools

    What features do you need in a collaboration tool? The right tool could mean the difference between business success and business stagnation – especially as changes like remote work and digitization continue to transform the workplace as we know it.

  • Microsoft Teams vs. Zoom: Can Teams replace Zoom?

    Zoom became a household name nearly overnight thanks to COVID-19 and stay-at-home orders. But as businesses begin to reopen and employees return to the office, IT departments are weighing their collaboration options: should you continue paying for Zoom, or should you adopt a similar tool that may be a better long-term fit?

  • Solving the BYOD Puzzle with Google Apps

    This resource explores the challenges of the bring your own device (BYOD) trend an introduces how Google Apps allows both data and functionality to live in the cloud, overcoming these challenges.

  • Google Apps Sync for Microsoft Outlook

    This paper provides an overview of Google Apps Sync for Microsoft Outlook, which eases the transition to Google Apps by providing all the benefits of the Google cloud to users of Outlook.

  • E-Zine: Enterprise CIO Decisions: CIO Perspectives on Cloud Computing

    If there’s an overhyped term today, it is cloud computing. Cautiously optimistic might be one way to describe some of those attitudes presented in this edition of Enterprise CIO Decisions: Many see the benefits, but costs, risk and uncertainty still prevail. At the very least, cloud computing is forcing IT professionals to innovate.

  • E-Book: Cloud Computing in the UK - The Next Phase

    This e-book is meant to provide guidance for managing applications in the cloud. Read on to learn why cloud adoption is ramping up in the UK, strategies for migrating and integrating new cloud models into your existing infrastructure, best practices from CIOs, solution providers and analysts, and much more!

  • Exchange Insider E-Zine - Volume 5: When Disaster Strikes in Exchange Server 2010

    Volume 5 of the Exchange Insider e-zine looks at how Exchange Server 2010’s database availability groups can ease an administrator’s backup and disaster recovery stress. Also learn how Forefront Protection 2010 can help defend Exchange 2010 servers from spam and malware attacks, and best practices for email archiving and e-discovery.

  • Exchange Insider E-Zine - Volume 4: The Exchange Migration Path Is Paved With Caution

    Volume 4 of the Exchange Insider e-zine looks at how diminished budgets will affect IT pros’ migration plans in 2010—and where Exchange Server 2010 fits into their roadmaps. Also discover tools you need to troubleshoot mail flow issues and to tackle the perpetual question of how much security is needed for your Exchange environment.

  • Should Your Email Live In The Cloud? A Comparative Cost Analysis

    This analyst report presents a spreadsheet cost model to help you calculate your fully loaded on premise email costs and compare it against cloud-based alternatives.

  • Should Your Email Live In The Cloud? A Comparative Cost Analysis

    This report presents a spreadsheet cost model to help you calculate your fully loaded on-premise email costs and compare it against cloud-based alternatives. Bottom line: Cloud-based email makes sense for companies or divisions as large as 15,000 users.

  • Presentation Transcript: 3 Reasons to Consider Google Apps

    Read this presentation transcript with John Buckholz, VP of IT, to learn how Google Apps compares to on premise and hosted Microsoft Exchange, how LCC migrated the company intranet from Microsoft Sharepoint to Google Sites, and more!

  • Presentation Transcript: Migration from Microsoft Exchange 2007 to Google Apps

    Read this presentation transcript to learn about Delta Hotels and Resorts unique cloud computing strategy encompassing Google Apps and other community-building tools.

  • Presentation Transcript: Ten Steps to Evaluate Google Apps for Lotus Domino Users

    This transcript of the "Ten Steps to Evaluate Google Apps" webcast provides you with 10 steps for organizations that currently use Lotus Notes/Domino to determine if Google Apps is a good fit. Learn how to select a pilot project, calculate ROI and estimate training requirement to assist you in your decision making.

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