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Papers from Quocirca

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Quocirca continued to write articles for SearchDataCentre throughout 2013
 
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Suppliers have to deal with many customers, who all differ in the way they wish to interact. This report looks at these challenges and how they can be overcome.
 
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Data warehouses are struggling to keep pace with the growth of data volumes and the different types of information that organisations need to deal with. New approaches are needed to ensure organisations gain the insights it needs from its data.
 
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By offering extended services that include web-based job submission and services beyond printing, the print room can create more business value and improve performance, lower costs and enhance customer service.
 
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New research, presented in this report, underlines the scale and real impact of the problem, the measures being taken to defend against targeted attacks and how effective they are.
 
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Readers of this report will be able to understand where their organisation stands within the maturity model, and plot a way to gain the best business gains through carrying out a gap analysis as to where they believe they should be.
 
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This Quocirca research report presents new data on how well organisations are able to automate their sys-admin procedures, manage the use of privilege and satisfy the requirements of auditors.
 
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In a world where business demands on IT are growing rapdly but IT budgets ae often stable or shrinking, organisations need to implement IT strategies that reduce costs and increase overall value to the business.
 
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This paper presents a value proposition for investing in next generation SIEM tools. It should be of interest to any business, security or IT manager that wants to get ahead in the security stakes.
 
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By applying a full IT lifecycle management (ITLM) approach to the complete IT platform, a business-optimised platform can be created - one where business value overrides the embedded concept of sweating assets.
 
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The cost of energy continues to be variable - but trending ever upwards. With data centres being very energy hungry, there is more focus being placed on how to control energy costs here.
 
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As part of the next generation datacentre (NGD) research, Quocirca also asked interviewees for their thoughts on cloud computing. This report provides the analysis and findings from this research.
 
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This report should be of interest to those who do not yet have effective end-point management or are seeking to improve existing practices. Many mid-market organisations with limited resources will be in this position.
 
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This report looks at the promise and issues of cloud computing as described today, along with the direction cloud needs to take in order to fulfil on its promise.
 
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Virtualisation has come to the fore - yet it also creates headaches that data centre and facilities managers must deal with.

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