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  • A History of Content Management Systems and the Rise of the Headless CMS

    Sponsored by: Contentstack

    There will always be disruptive technologies that will change the CMS playing field. There is no doubt that AI and machine learning are going to play a huge role in the future of content management. To understand the future of content management, this blog looks at how CMS first came on the scene and why there are different types.

  • Best Practices for Headless Content Management on Mobile Apps

    Sponsored by: Contentstack

    Download this blog post to explore the importance of mobile CMS, and review the 3 best practices for approaching CMS on mobile apps.

  • How Violin Systems Drives Compelling Value for Enterprises

    Sponsored by: Violin Systems

    IDC profiles the evolving all-flash market in this analyst report, with particular attention given to AFA vendor Violin Systems and their role in servicing the needs of performance-sensitive workloads as the industry transitions from SCSI to NVMe technology. To stay on top of the latest developments, view the report here.

  • Digital Transformation of the Mobile Workforce

    Sponsored by: Capita AMTSybex

    Mobile workforce management tools can help transit leaders improve performance by 20-40%. To learn more about the benefits of mobile workforce management, download the comprehensive e-book.

  • Digital Transformation of the Mobile Workforce

    Sponsored by: Capita AMTSybex

    Digital transformation has sparked changes across the transportation landscape— the key to staying ahead? Mobile network management. To learn how mobile network management tools can help transportation leaders stay competitive and increase performance, explore this comprehensive e-book.

  • Western Digital Enhances Its Portfolio to Meet Market Demands for Cloud and Performance

    Sponsored by: Western Digital

    Download this IDC report to learn more about Western Digital extending its portfolio to support cloud and mobile workloads and to unify public cloud integration and on-premises storage needs.

  • Digital Transformation Drives New Big Data Storage Platform Requirements

    Sponsored by: Western Digital

    In this paper, IDC further details both the primary and secondary storage infrastructure requirements for fast data and big data platforms, and explains how organizations can fulfill them. Access it here for the full rundown of requirements.

  • The changing mobile platform landscape

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    So while there will inevitably be heated debates over which mobile platform is better, or which one to develop for first, the real opportunity comes when the discussion moves above the hardware to how an app can derive value by connecting to different business platforms and ecosystems. Find out more in this eguide.

  • Druva inSync Cloud-based Data Protection for Endpoints and Cloud Apps

    Sponsored by: Druva Software

    In order to unify the backup and protection of your disparate mobile endpoints under a single roof, read on here. You'll gain access to the features of a data protection and information governance solution for managing dispersed data and cloud applications: Druva inSync. Inside Druva also compares its endpoint protection to Carbonite Mozy.

  • Reevaluating Legacy Enterprise Backup Solutions for the Mobile Workforce

    Sponsored by: Druva Software

    Blue Hill Research conducted interviews with four organizations that evaluated different enterprise endpoint backup solutions to see how they addressed mobile workforce concerns of encryption, data privacy regulations, and service disruptions. Read on to see how products like Druva inSync factor into the evaluation.

  • Computer Weekly – 9 October 2018: NHS app marks a new era for UK health service

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we examine the long-awaited mobile app from the NHS and ask what it means for a digital health service. We hear from early experimenters of blockchain to find out what it will take for the technology to be enterprise-ready. And we analyse the impact of M&A on corporate networks. Read the issue now.

  • Balancing User Needs and Mobile Data Security Concerns

    Sponsored by: TechTarget

    Download this comprehensive 58-page essential guide for tips on how to protect _COMPANY__ against today's most pressing mobile security risks.

  • Focus: Enterprise Mobility Management

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this e-guide, we will explore exactly enterprise mobility management, looking in-depth at some of the key trends and developments in the world of enterprise mobility, as well as keeping a watchful eye on cybersecurity.

  • Computer Weekly – 6 March 2018: Getting up to speed with 5G

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we look at what needs to be done to make next-generation 5G mobile networks a reality. Fewer EU workers are moving to the UK – we examine what that means for the IT skills gap. And we analyse the state of the hyper-converged infrastructure market. Read the issue now.

  • Mobile Devices: The New Support Frontier for IT

    Sponsored by: LogMeIn Rescue

    Discover 5 benefits of offering mobility support capabilities to your help desk services, such as increased employee satisfaction and loyalty, and more help for your remote workers.

  • CW ANZ: Riding the wave of enterprise mobility

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    Australia is one of the most advanced markets in the world in adopting mobility initiatives to improve employee productivity, customer service and the bottom line. In this month's edition of CW ANZ, take a look at how Australian organisations are faring in driving mobility initiatives, the challenges they have been facing and what lies ahead.

  • CW ASEAN: A taste for mobility

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    Although enterprise mobility is increasingly strategic and transformative for companies such as Foodpanda Singapore, its adoption is still nascent in Southeast Asia. In this month's CW ASEAN, we take a look at how organizations in the region are realizing the value of mobility, even as the definition of mobility is changing.

  • Devices-as-a-Service Potential Set to Expand for Channel Partners and Organizations

    Sponsored by: CompuCom Systems, Inc.

    This expert guide serves as your window into the DaaS market—deconstructing the DaaS growth forecast, how to become a DaaS provider should you choose to do so, and how your company can make the most of mobile services. Read on for the details.

  • Take a Mobile-First Approach to Digital Transformation

    Sponsored by: SearchMobileComputing

    Download this handbook to learn how EMM tools have changed with the market, and use this guide as a way to craft the best mobility strategy for your organization.

  • Access e-zine: November 2017

    Sponsored by: SearchEnterpriseDesktop

    More end-user monitoring tools are relying on machine learning and analytics to help IT get more granular information about the end-user computing experience.

  • Access e-zine: October 2017

    Sponsored by: SearchEnterpriseDesktop

    Today's mobile application development tools focus on workflow and micro apps, which pare down business processes to present users with the key data they need.

  • How to Create a Successful Enterprise Mobile Security Plan

    Sponsored by: Microsoft

    Gain a stronger understanding of the 3 enterprise mobility management (EMM) security options and how to evaluate each of the top security systems to overcome the challenges of mobile app development.

  • How to Recognize and Prevent Mobile Security Threats

    Sponsored by: Microsoft

    Learn how to recognize and prevent mobile security threats for application development and deployment, all while discovering how to not fall victim to the 2 most common mobility challenges.

  • The role of Apple device management in modern business

    Sponsored by: JAMF

    Many organizations rely on unified endpoint management for a variety of devices, but there's also a space for Apple device management in the modern enterprise. In this e-guide you'll discover new management support features for Apple devices and how they are making these devices more productive as business tools.

  • Access e-zine – June 2017

    Sponsored by: SearchEnterpriseDesktop

    Download this issue of Access magazine to understand how the enterprise mobility management (EMM) landscape is changing and the IT infrastructure systems issues popping up around graphics support, secure data access and how IT pros are approaching these IT infrastructure challenges.

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