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Papers in Enterprise -> Consumer

Published By: Quocirca
This guide gives advice on assessing vendors with some examples and checklists of desirable criteria.
 
Published By: Bloor Research
This document provides a snapshot of the current state of the Master Data Management (MDM) market. Master data is data that is shared between computer systems: data domains such as customer, product,...
 
Published By: Quocirca
Those businesses that stay ahead of their competition in the next decade will be those that put the technology in place to allow them to share content widely, but safely.
 
Published By: Bloor Research
Shadow v7 expands the range of SOA and data connectivity options available to existing System z mainframe users.
 
Published By: Bloor Research
This document provides a snapshot of the current state of the Master Data Management (MDM) market.
 
Published By: Freeform Dynamics
Getting to grips with information governance, a key component of a broader business strategy, gives organisations a much stronger chance of longer term success as well as protecting the business from costly errors...
 
Published By: Freeform Dynamics
With virtualization close to the top of every CIO's to do list, we undertook the task of finding out how well server, storage and desktop virtualization is currently understood and where it is being applied...
 
Published By: Freeform Dynamics
The management of operational IT is not without its challenges, indeed it can be a thankless task particularly when considered as a whole. The good news is that the day to day burden can be reduced by applying some simple, practical measures...
 
Published By: Freeform Dynamics
Existing IT management strategies have enabled organisations to take control of their infrastructures. The game has moved on however and it is time to raise the sights of IT management strategy...
 
Published By: Freeform Dynamics
As markets become more complex and dynamic, is the traditional periodic and retrospective management reporting approach adequate for running the business, or do we need a rethink?
 
Published By: Freeform Dynamics
Now that mobile email is moving into the mainstream, with technology and services widely available to businesses of all sizes, organisations looking to either invest for the first time or review their current arrangements are...
 
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: Sageza Group, Inc.
In this paper, we explore the interaction between Oracle databases and EMC and Network Appliance storage architectures and how this impacts storage architecture requirements, given the specific needs of Oracle databases.
 
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.

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