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Even when facing challenging economic times, businesses still need to communicate and rely on technology to connect with customers, suppliers etc. Here are 10 steps that can be taken to grow the value and use of communications, while controlling cost
 
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As this report shows, organisations that use the tools available for improving the security of the applications that they develop spend less on IT security overall and, as a result, are less vulnerable.
 
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The Average Inc. could do quite a lot to improve the ways it uses technology in order to reduce risk, ensuring business continuity, and to cut unnecessary cost.
 
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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.
 
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The evolution of Blade Computing has moved from mere server consolidation to a way of managing IT assets which brings significant business benefits. This paper aims to explain those benefits to the business and IT manager.
 
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Businesses across Europe are becoming increasingly reliant on web-enabled applications accessed over the public internet. A key driver for this is to open up communications with external organisations that are fundamental to core business processes.
 
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With enterprises having access to ever greater volumes of historic data, to get maximum value from it they need to make use of the location element in order to drive deeper business insights to improve competitiveness and business performance.
 
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SOA enables composite applications or collections of services that have been assembled to support a company's business processes.
 
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Information management, which includes both data and content management, is an essential building block for Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA).
 
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Effective communications make use of many of our senses but what we see presents a huge amount of information - a picture is worth a thousand words - and can convey all sorts of meaning with a glance.
 
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Predictions of the death of software are over-stated and the reality is that all businesses are becoming ever more reliant on it.
 
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Arguably IP is the most successful open standard ever, but as network communications converge under a single standard used for an increasing number of applications, we need to understand how effectively these critical assets are being managed.
 
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Many of today's businesses have already moved from rigid siloed application approaches to more flexible business process focused solutions. This is driving the need for transparency in the underlying technologies.
 
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Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) provides a foundation to achieve software reuse. A key part of the SOA value proposition is the benefits realised from software reuse.
 
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Whilst often seen as a way of providing 'servers in a different form factor', blade computing in fact offers significant benefits in flexibility and responsiveness to business needs as well as big savings in power, cooling and floor space.

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