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There are three major benefits to be derived from log and event management solutions (sometimes referred to as SIEM, security information and event management). In the first case, these solutions provide real-time identification and alerting...
 
Published By: Bloor Research
There are three major benefits to be derived from log and event management solutions (sometimes referred to as SIEM, security information and event management). In the first case, these solutions provide real-time identification and alerting...
 
Published By: Bloor Research
There are three major benefits to be derived from log and event management solutions (sometimes referred to as SIEM, security information and event management). In the first case, these solutions provide real-time identification and alerting...
 
Published By: Bloor Research
There are three major benefits to be derived from log and event management solutions (sometimes referred to as SIEM, security information and event management). In the first case, these solutions provide real-time identification and alerting...
 
Published By: Bloor Research
There are three major benefits to be derived from log and event management solutions (sometimes referred to as SIEM, security information and event management). In the first case, these solutions provide real-time identification and alerting...
 
Published By: Bloor Research
There are three major benefits to be derived from log and event management solutions (sometimes referred to as SIEM, security information and event management). In the first case, these solutions provide real-time identification and alerting...
 
Published By: Bloor Research
There is a great deal of discussion right now about advanced analytics, predictive analytics and in-database analytics. What are these? How does advanced analytics (which we take to include, but not be limited to, predictive analytics) differ...
 
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Bloor believes that storage virtualisation is here for the long haul and all organisations should therefore be planning to implement it.
 
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Shadow v7 expands the range of SOA and data connectivity options available to existing System z mainframe users.
 
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Data migration is a very large subset of the data integration market. According to our research the market for data migration was significantly in excess of $5bn last year.
 
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Undoubtedly the nature of endpoint protection is changing, fuelled by the increase in numbers and types of endpoints and the constant evolution of new threats.
 
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This document provides a snapshot of the current state of the Master Data Management (MDM) market.
 
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People with disabilities want to be independent; they want to do things for themselves by themselves. This report investigates Oracle's support of accessibility.
 
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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.
 
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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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