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Papers from Quocirca

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the paper highlights the risks of unsecured printing and discusses how integrated print management provides SMBs with a simple and scalable approach for print security.
 
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Quocirca's research reveas that service uality and reliability is consistently the top driver for MPS adoption, ahead of cost reduction.
 
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More than ever, small businesses need to efficiently control costs and optimise cash flow, but how, and what role does automation play in this process?
 
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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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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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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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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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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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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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In April 2010, many organisations will find that they fall under the UK's new Carbon Reduction Commitment legislation (now known as the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme).
 
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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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Digital Britain is the UK government's strategic vision for the UK digital economy. While social inclusion and rights protection are major themes, the plans will also have a significant impact on businesses.
 
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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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Encryption technologies can reduce risks by ensuring the information on devices is secure when users are on the move. They can also add value by the secure sharing of information among authorised users and by enabling more secure remote working.

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