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  • Focus: Open source

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    Open source used to be an alternative to commercial off –the-shelf software. Today, the largest commercial software providers are big supporters of open source technologies.

  • Revolutionising digital public service delivery: A UK government perspective

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    This extract from the book by Alan W. Brown, Jerry Fishenden and Mark Thompson focuses on how the move to digital – built on open standards – is transforming the public sector's relationship with its citizens.

  • Navigating your Future within an SOA information manufacturing system

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    As the IT industry reaches maturity, IT departments should think of themselves not as data centres but as manufacturing centres for information. Terry Keene argues in this short e-book.

  • Computer Weekly – 13 November 2012: Government commits to open standards

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we look at the government's controversial new policy on open standards and what it means for public sector IT. After hurricane Sandy hit New York, we talk to one datacentre operator about how it kept services running. And our latest buyers' guide examines the market for infrastructure on demand. Read the issue now.

  • Download: IBM Lotus Symphony

    Sponsored by: IBM

    IBM Lotus Domino Symphony is a suite of office productivity software for creating, editing, and sharing word processing documents, spreadsheets, and presentations, which supports the OpenDocument Format (ODF) - allowing organizations to use their documents without becoming locked into one particular vendor for their productivity tools.

  • Sun SPARC Enterprise M3000 Server Architecture

    Sponsored by: Oracle Corporation

    Oracle’s Sun SPARC Enterprise servers are highly reliable, easy-to-manage, vertically scalable systems with all the benefits of traditional mainframes—without the associated cost, complexity, or vendor lock-in. In fact, the Sun SPARC Enterprise M-Series Servers deliver mainframe-class system architecture at open system prices.

  • Sun SPARC Enterprise M3000 Server Architecture

    Sponsored by: Oracle Corporation UK Ltd

    Introducing the Sun SPARC Enterprise M3000 Server. Oracle’s Sun SPARC Enterprise servers are highly reliable, easy-to-manage, vertically scalable systems with all the benefits of traditional mainframes—without the associated cost, complexity, or vendor lock-in.

  • Simplifying UNIX Migration - Dell and Red Hat Pave the Way

    Sponsored by: Dell, Inc. and Intel®

    Dell has teamed-up with Intel and Red Hat and developed a migration strategy to simplify the consolidation of the enterprise data center from an outdated, proprietary architecture to an easily managed open systems platforms. To learn about how easy it is to migrate from UNIX to Red Hat Enterprise Linux on Dell PowerEdge servers, please read on.

  • Is the Back Office Ready for a Technology Refresh

    Sponsored by: Transverse

    In order to remain competitive and grow, service providers must increase revenue through value-added services and build innovative new business models, while reducing capital and operating expenses. Read this presentation transcript, taken from the mediacast of the same name, to learn more.

  • Migrating to the New Dell Management Console

    Sponsored by: Dell, Inc. and Intel®

    Read this white paper to learn how the Dell™ Management Console Powered by Altiris™ from SymantecTM centralizes multiple aspects of systems management into a single easy-to-use tool.

  • The OSI Model: Understanding the Seven Layers of Computer Networks

    Sponsored by: Global Knowledge

    This paper explains each of the seven layers of OSI model, including their functions and their relationships, also it provide with an overview of the network process, which can act as a framework for understanding the details of computer networking.

  • ROC Maestro for Open Systems - Simplify Job Scheduling Administration

    Sponsored by: ROC Software

    ROC Maestro for Open Systems, a key component of the ROC Enterprise Suite™, provides a very easy method for scheduling and managing workloads, processes, dependencies and events across complex, heterogeneous IT environments.

  • Collaboration without Boundaries

    Sponsored by: Red Hat and JBoss

    IBM and Red Hat have a single, security-rich collaboration and messaging platform that makes it simple, easy, and affordable to improve organizational productivity and effectiveness. It is much more than a Microsoft Exchange/desktop alternative.

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