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Papers from Quocirca

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Ensuring that a data centre is run at its optimal levels will become increasingly important - yet the tools required to carry out such a task are not necessarily covered by the general IT budget:
 
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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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Communications needs are changing rapidly - Internally, there are new technologies appearing and changes in working styles to deal with but there is now the influence of more social and consumer choices affecting the officially deployed systems.
 
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Ensuring that customers receive a prompt and personal experience, whilst remaining assured about security, is essential to the ongoing success of online retail.
 
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This paper discusses how mobile network operators (MNO) can prepare their networks for what is likely to be a continually growing demand for mobile data access.
 
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Managing mobile costs is a challenge for all organisations, especially as responsibilities and budget authority may often sit in several places-IT, finance, personnel, managers and, of course, the employees themselves.
 
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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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Defence logistics have multiple touch points with logistics systems operated by civilian and quasi-civilian organisations, and must be able to operate effectively, rapidly and transparently with these systems.
 
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The technology exists today to link the use of data to people through enforceable policies. This allows a compliance-oriented architecture to be put in place based on widely accepted information security standards, such as ISO 27001
 
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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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The average small business is becoming highly dependent on multiple forms of digital communications, but the technology choices are increasingly complex and come at a cost.
 
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As networks, devices and media converge, telecoms companies have increasingly complex catalogues of products and services on offer to customers who are, in turn, becoming more aware that they can easily switch to other providers.
 
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In February 2009, Quocirca interviewed 800 individuals across 8 geographies for their views on, and usage of, enterprise performance management (EPM) tools and processes. The research was repeated in December 2009 and there was a clear improvement.

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