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Papers from Quocirca

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More and more employees are now carrying out business activities while out of the office. Many of these activities have costs for which they will need to be reimbursed. Now is the time for an accurate, speedy and fully reportable expenses system.
 
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Existing analytics approaches meet point needs for specific roles within an organisation. The analysis of a blend of multiple different data sources will help to add distinct business value to an organisation.
 
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This report should be of interest to those charged with providing online services and those who realise their organisation needs to adapt to be able to be better equipped to do so. Also those developing and improving their skills for career purposes.
 
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This report examines the issues around the adoption of cloud-based services and looks at the security technology that is being deployed by enthusiasts and why the avoiders are holding back.
 
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Quocirca continued to write artifcles for SearchDataCenter throughout 2013
 
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Quocirca continued to write articles for SearchDataCentre throughout 2013
 
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2013 Continued the era of big changes for data centres. Co-location services continued to increase; clouod computing became more of a reality; software defined was applied to anything end everything.
 
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A collection of blog articles from the Quocirca Analysts
 
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This report looks at the applied use of Next Generation-Network Access Ccontrol to support IT-Governance Risk Compliance controls, through the lens of three real world case studies in financial services, healthcare and creative media services.
 
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This paper looks at the issues that mid-market IT and business managers need to take into account when deciding how to deploy applications and when they should consider turning to managed service providers (MSP) for resources and advice.
 
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A less-paper office based on an optimised print infrastructure can be a prime enabler for sustainability along with reducing environmental impact while cutting costs. This also drives operational efficiency and improves regulatory compliance.
 
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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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The fast growing interation between email, collaborative environments and social media usage on both fixed and mobile devices is putting pressure on the corporate management of these activities
 
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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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