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  • The Final Barrier to Cloud Adoption

    Sponsored by: Carbonite

    Cloud security is still a concern, but is quickly being replaced by the fear of data migration and the pain involved in the process. This e-book summarizes the major pain points for IT pros tasked with migrations. You will see a breakdown of the flaws in traditional approaches, and how modern tools ease the pain by helping businesses stay agile.

  • Executing Your Strategy 5: Engagement

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    This is the fifth of a six part guide which explains the key steps of the Strategic Execution Framework, developed by the Stanford Advanced Management Programme.

  • Malware Prevention vs. Detect and Respond

    Sponsored by: Dell EMC and Microsoft

    Access this white paper to examine current attack detection strategies that are rapidly gaining popularity, as well as the pitfalls of pure post-execution strategies. You will also get to the core of the malware detection problem and learn why prevention is the best security approach.

  • Digital Transformation Strategy: Planning Around Tech Disruptors

    Sponsored by: Capgemini

    Two years ago, most companies found themselves restructuring their digital transformation strategies. This e-guide takes you through the key points your digital transformation roadmap will need to account for and where IoT fits into it.

  • Cloud Services: Is it Time to get Onboard?

    Sponsored by: Nerdio

    Despite the wide adoption of cloud computing, most channel partners don't offer any cloud services and the ones that do don't seem to value them. Read on to learn why so many businesses are letting this opportunity slide and what it would take for you to start taking advantage.

  • Governance from the Ground Up: Launching Your Information Governance Initiative

    Sponsored by: SAP America, Inc.

     Download this resource now to help ensure that you treat your information as a business asset and not let it become just a by-product of the systems that use it. Inside you'll read 5 common information governance challenges, 6 key tips to a successful information governance initiative, and more.

  • Where Containers Fit in an IT Infrastructure

    Sponsored by: SearchServerVirtualization

    In the battle between container virtualization and hypervisors, the battle doesn't matter. Hypervisors and virtualization containers can complement each other. The real battle is balancing the strengths of one against the weaknesses of the other. Access this e-guide to learn how.

  • Start Strong: Data Center Project Planning

    Sponsored by: Schneider Electric

    As organizations adopt new technologies, they find themselves taking on rather large data center projects. The failure of a data center update can jeopardize an entire organization's existence. This e-guide gives you the first steps you will need to start your project off on the right foot.

  • Evolving SRM to Meet Enterprise; IT's Long-term Challenges

    Sponsored by: IBM

    In this white paper, you will gain insight on how storage resource management (SRM) application has been evolving over the years to address the challenges expressed by IBMs storage productivity center administrators who are tasked with managing growth, complexity, and storage environments in the most cost effective way possible.

  • Project Success Plan: Rethinking Enterprise Content Management

    Sponsored by: OpenText

    Traditional ECM can't keep up with how businesses operate today. But before tackling ECM disruptors, you need to understand its evolution and key steps to modernizing your suite. This 7-part guide collection provides the insights you need to push your ECM strategy forward. Learn ECM basics, trends, security considerations, and more.

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