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Published By: Quocirca
Businesses rely on widely distributed networks of workers, be they at HQ, in branch offices, mobile etc. This report looks at the degree to which the 21st century workforce is distributed and the issues organisations have with enabling this.
 
Published By: Bloor Research
People with disabilities want to be independent; they want to do things for themselves by themselves. This report investigates Oracle's support of accessibility.
 
Published By: Bloor Research
This paper focuses on using Business Intelligence (BI) in conjunction with the Sage 200 and Sage 1000 business software suites for accounting and CRM customers.
 
Published By: Bloor Research
This Spotlight paper examines the problems with BI systems, looks at the changes needed and why, and suggests some approaches to meeting the user's demands.
 
Published By: Freeform Dynamics
While the spotlight of media attention often falls on external threats such as hackers, viruses, spyware and so on, it is well recognised in organisations that problems are far more likely to be caused by people working on the inside.
 
Published By: Freeform Dynamics
In this short brief, Dale Vile discusses the role of connected mobile working in the context of the overall business transformation activity that has been taking place in most organisations over the past decade or two.
 
Published By: Bloor Research
It is fair to say that many organisations can barely function without the IT systems being available whenever business users require access, typically twenty four hours a day, possibly seven days a week.
 
Published By: Bloor Research
Every board must have the securing of its infrastructure on its agenda. Failing to implement reasonable security may be deemed to be negligent behaviour if allowed to carry on, and may infringe compliance legislation.
 
Published By: Bloor Research
No matter the popularity of spreadsheets they also, used improperly or incorrectly, or without sufficient control, pose a greater threat to your business than almost anything you can imagine.
 
Published By: Bloor Research
This paper is designed to introduce you to the issues, requirements, solutions benefits around accessibility and usability.
 
Published By: Freeform Dynamics
With organisations being so dependent on the electronic capture, storage and retrieval of increasing amounts of information, how well are they coping with modern-day requirements?
 
Published By: Quocirca
Low cost hardware and a plethora of options for connectivity should make it easier for employees to be more productive and take IT access to their point of need.
 
Published By: Quocirca
Growth in overall email volume, driven by more sophisticated spamming attacks, as well the need to filter out malware and to ensure content is suitable for purpose means that we now must re-address how we view email within the organisation.
 
Published By: Freeform Dynamics
Only 12% of the 4,080 representatives of end-user organisations responding to a recent online survey say they are likely to implement Windows Vista within the first year of its general availability.
 
Published By: Freeform Dynamics
When 100 IT managers were asked to list the top three IT related requests heard from business management, nine out of ten indicated one or more perceived shortcomings.

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