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  • Taking Linux in the enterprise to a new level

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this e-book, you will discover how to optimize server reliability, uptime, and IT manageability (and meet your SLAs) using an enterprise-grade Linux platform. Read on to ensure your business receives the processing power it needs to address increasingly sophisticated and demanding application requirements.

  • How to modernize your legacy ERP system in 5 steps

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    Staying with a legacy ERP system may be the right decision for a company, but many organizations must modernize their legacy ERP to stay competitive in their industry. Here's a look at the five "Rs" of modernizing a legacy ERP system and how to decide on the right approach.

  • Dynamic Business - From Aspiration to Reality

    Sponsored by: Microsoft India

    This resource examines how you can make your organization a dynamic business with the right set of innovative and proactive applications and tools.

  • Which SAP HANA Cloud Migration Strategy is Right for You?

    Sponsored by: SAP

    Many CIOs are considering migrating some or all of their business applications to cloud platforms powered by SAP HANA. Discover expert tips on how to thoughtfully move business applications to cloud platforms such as SAP public cloud, SAP private cloud, and more.

  • 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.

  • E-Book: Project Management Tips for Successful ERP Implementations

    Sponsored by: IQMS

    ERP implementation projects require the complex coordination of people, process, and technology. If one part is mismanaged, the entire implementation can go off track. Project management can make or break ERP implementations. This e-book explains the tools and best practices that can keep an ERP implementation on time, in scope, and under budget.

  • Enterprise Content Management Strategies for Integration, Access, and Control

    Sponsored by: IBM

    Implementing the right ECM strategy can be difficult: it means striking the correct balance between accessibility, control, and data integration. In this e-guide, we explore the concept of ECM software integration, enabling you to share formerly siloed information. You'll learn how to optimize user access without sacrificing IT control.

  • Fujitsu Interstage Business Process Manager - Creating AGILE BPM

    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.

  • In Dynamic Market, Consumer Goods Companies Rely on Manufacturing Operations Management Systems

    Sponsored by: Apriso Corporation

    To succeed in today’s competitive marketplace, consumer goods manufacturers need to pay attention to several areas including operational excellence, compliance, and supply chain synchronization. Learn how today’s powerful and cost-effective solutions, such as Apriso’s MOM offering, can provide companies with benefits in each of these areas.

  • How Citrix CloudPlatform enables enterprise workloads

    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.

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