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Quocirca continued to write artifcles for SearchDataCenter throughout 2013
 
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Organisations are faced with an ever-increasing flow of different data types, including formal, database transactional information as well as less structured documents, voice and video.
 
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Midmarket businesses face many of the same IT challenges as larger businesses, trying to accommodate increasing demand for new IT capabilities and services.
 
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A review of Managed Print Services (MPS) programmes for SMBs and midmarket organisations - European vendor analysis 2010
 
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IT managers need to keep demonstrating how IT can help drive the business forward and underpin survival and growth, even in a tough economic climate. On-demand spend analytics is a quick and easy win with a potentially huge return on investment.
 
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The communications provider landscape is evolving as the demand for data-in fixed locations and on the move-outstrips the still growing demand for voice communications.
 
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The emergence of simple and affordable packaged services for print management helps to reduce operational costs, increase uptime and allows strained IT resources to focus on more strategic tasks.
 
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All too often, a fragmented approach to managing desktop printing, the print room and external printing means that few organisations have visibility into enterprise-wide print costs.
 
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By controlling user access, protecting documents and securing devices businesses can address requirements for data confidentiality and regulatory compliance that are only set to get tougher.
 
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With the seemingly un-wavering boom in sales of smart mobile handsets, the opportunity for developing and selling mobile applications more sophisticated than ringtones and games is ever more appealing.
 
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While many organisations focus on the office environment, there are opportunities to be uncovered by taking a wider view of printing - to include enterprise output - as a way to gain further cost benefits and drive business efficiencies.
 
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As more and more human activity moves online, it is easy to think that geography no longer matters-surely the internet is without borders? Whilst in some cases this is true, more often than not online activity spills over into the real world.
 
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IT Managers tend to overlook one particular area of IT security, which is the privileged access that they grant to themselves and/or their colleagues in order to do their jobs.
 
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Managed print services (MPS) offer organisations the opportunity to control costs, reduce the complexity of managing a heterogeneous infrastructure and improve business processes.
 
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New authentication methods such as software, SMS and BlackBerry tokens are further taking the costs out of the use of strong authentication and opening up its use to a whole new range of possibilities.

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