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If you want to achieve economies of scale, reduce spending on technology infrastructure and improve flexibility, you are most probably considering a migration of your applications to the cloud.
Having an effective business intelligence (BI) process is what sets successful enterprises apart from the failures. Yet, according to Gartner, between 70% and 80% of BI implementations end in disaster.
In many enterprises, data is not consolidated or standardised - it is scattered throughout many disparate silos and systems, with a lot of inconsistency and duplication, as well as missing, inaccurate and outdated information.
These days, it is more vital than ever that CIOs and compliance officers adopt a proactive approach to retaining, securing and storing critical information, while simultaneously addressing the growing complexity of internal and external operational and regulatory requirements.
Most businesses see the advantage of having their employees equipped with mobile devices, either supplied or BYOD. But what’s the best way to deploy a mobile channel? A ready-to-use integration platform is the key.
For the 24/7/365 always-on enterprise, even 20 minutes of downtime can be a killer. That’s why it pays to have a rock solid back-up scheme and disaster recovery plan in place and ready to go.
Big data helps you to make clever decisions but is your big data fast enough to help you to gain and retain a competitive advantage in the rapidly changing environment we live in?
With a focus on improving the end-user’s experience, downtime is very expensive for any business, so effective troubleshooting is of paramount importance.
In 2015, big data management and facilitating analytics will become expected core competencies for data professionals. Enterprises will need ways to easily and rapidly deploy high-value analytic processes. Combining a modern platform and a data discovery methodology can make this happen.
Cloud computing comes with its own challenges for businesses, specifically when it comes to copyright and intellectual property (IP). One of the biggest concerns is who owns the data and which laws cover it, not helped by the fact that each country has its own regulations.
Service providers are looking for ways to reduce overall cycle times required to expand network capacity while ensuring they can deliver service with ‘five 9s’ of reliability.
Installing short-distance fibre access networks can be a labour- and cost-intensive process, but one that can be significantly simplified just by choosing the right connectors.
Australia’s new National Broadband Network (NBN) will boost current businesses and lead to the development of new ones. Those that are prepared for this development with the education, training and processes necessary to fully exploit the potential of the NBN will quickly find themselves leaders in their field and surpassing their competition. Will your business be one of them?
Implementing prefabricated modular data centres results in well-understood benefits including speed of deployment, predictability, scalability and life cycle cost.
Modern data centres, enabled by virtualisation, need a new kind of data protection … the kind that can enable an ‘always-on business’. Data protection cannot be an add-on or an afterthought.