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  • A New Era in Enterprise DevOps

    Sponsored by: ServiceNow

    Access this white paper to learn why regulated enterprises struggle to scale DevOps, discover its business imperatives, and witness the benefits that organizations can achieve.

  • A Computer Weekly Buyer's Guide to Microsoft Office 365

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    Microsoft Office used to be a simple thing. You'd buy a box of software, install Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint – and that was it. But that all changed with the launch of Office 365. In this 13-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at Microsoft's subscription-based enterprise software offering.

  • Build a Secure and Connected Campus with Dropbox Education

    Sponsored by: Dropbox

    With Dropbox Education, higher ed can enable secure, remote work for faculty, researchers, staff and students.Discover how in this webcast.

  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Scalability

    Sponsored by: DLT Solutions.

    Scalability is one of the areas of focus in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6. The importance of scalability is driven by the convergence of several factors, which have combined to create a strong customer demand for a high performance, production ready Linux infrastructure. Read this paper to learn more about scalability and Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.

  • IBM Service Management for the Intelligent Utility Network

    Sponsored by: IBM

    The current utilities environment requires companies to decrease costs while increasing the ability to control utility assets. One key challenge is how to take advantage of new technologies to better manage the delivery of service to customers today and into the future. IBM Service Management for the IUN provides a blueprint for getting started.

  • Computer Weekly 15 November 2011: Read this week's issue of the UK's leading technology publication, with all the latest news, analysis and opinion for IT managers

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we hear from Visa Europe CIO Steve Chambers on the technology behind the credit card transactions that retailers rely on. We examine the challenges facing the government's G-Cloud project; and we ask how Microsoft will cope when customers no longer want to purchase software licences. Download the new issue now.

  • 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.

  • A Technical Overview of the Oracle SPARC SuperCluster T4-4

    Sponsored by: Oracle Corporation

    This white paper examines how the versatile design of the Oracle SPARC SuperCluster T4-4 along with powerful, bundled virtualization capabilities makes it an ideal platform for  consolidating  enterprise servers and workloads and  deploying multi-tiered applications with Web, database, and application components.

  • Navigating the ERP Landscape Today

    Sponsored by: VAI, Vormittag Associates, Inc.

    Explore this expert e-guide to find out how to simplify your ERP environment, which ERP software features are suited to supporting discrete manufacturing, and four developing ERP trends that are influencing business transformation today.

  • There's an App Store for That: Stock Your Mobile Workers with the Right Resources

    Sponsored by: SearchMobileComputing

    In this issue of Modern Mobility, you will discover how to develop, provision, and manage mobile apps through an individualized enterprise app store built on a secure portal. Access this e-zine now to learn how deploying your own app store cuts down on the problems that arise with public stores.

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