Most organizations are aware that talent management can be a valuable strategy in maximizing business performance and ensuring business continuity. This concept of managing talent, however, is not new. But the views as to who is responsible for managing talent and how is it getting accomplished are evolving.
Most organizations know that talent management can be a valuable strategy in maximizing business performance and ensuring business continuity. This concept of managing talent, however, is not new. But the views as to who is responsible for managing talent and how it is getting accomplished are evolving.
Now more than ever, organizations must integrate talent issues into the strategic business planning process. With a clear understanding of the needs of the company, business leaders can use the principles of talent management to address capability gaps as part of their overall
management processes. This new focus on "The Business of Talent."
Each year, organizations around the world go through the ritual of performance appraisal. Many see it as the company's main event, in terms of performance management - the time at which most, if not all, feedback and guidance to employees is given. Progress is evaluated.
Rewards are distributed. Goals are set. Then that is it, until next year. Managers often open the process with a mixture of resignation, dread and the question, Why are we doing this again?
This whitepaper shows how you can finally meet your recovery objectives, provide seamless failover between multiple sites, improve remote application performance, and lower your ongoing bandwidth costs.
HP helped plan and deliver secure, next generation infrastructures for Kraft Foods Inc.’s launch as two independent public companies. Read how this fast-paced drive toward business agility through client virtualization and a versatile cloud architecture lowered operational costs, increased efficiencies, and improved resource control; giving the two giant “start-ups” the ability to be immediately productive.
Learn how HP Recovery Center played a vital role in the business continuity of this Irish finance house, providing the flexibility and expertise needed to transfer trading and business operations within four hours.
HP created and implemented a disaster recovery plan for BAT Italia, across data and desktop, to comply with the Group’s global standards. Read how the HP approach consolidated the existing server infrastructure and planned a new disaster recovery site.
Examine how traditional IT operations can be recovered to the cloud. Explore the requirements of the disaster-recovery-as-a-service model. Understand the key issues to evaluate when considering a cloud-oriented approach to disaster recovery.
A video explaining how high-end replication and fail over solutions used to be economical only for stock exchanges and other similar environments, but not anymore. Find out how HP can help you cut recovery time and data loss with a cloud-based disaster recovery solution that is less than you would think.
No business is immune to the threat of IT downtime caused by natural and manmade disasters. Natural disasters—such as earthquakes, tsunamis, hurricanes, fires, and floods—can happen with little to no advanced warning. But the bigger risk is often human-induced events—from simple IT configuration errors to significant data center problems. If you lack a rock-solid disaster recovery (DR) plan, any of these unpredictable events—natural or manmade—could bring your business and its revenue streams to a halt. Yet many organizations are not well prepared for the unknown. The randomness of such events lulls people into a sense of false security—“That’s not likely to happen here.” While you can hope to avoid events that threaten the continuity of your business, the reality remains unchanged: Disasters happen—so you need to prepare for them.
Are you prepared? Please download this eBook to find out!
While a public cloud provides an easy and scalable way to manage and deploy your app or website, you also need to have a contingency plan for business continuity and disaster recovery. Often overlooked on Amazon Web Services (AWS), an extremely effective cloud disaster recovery (DR) strategy is to spread the application stack across regions versus availability zones. This eBook provides a guide for planning and implementing a robust cross-region cloud disaster recovery (CDR) plan for business continuity and critical application uptime on AWS-based applications.
Published By: Fujitsu
Published Date: Oct 25, 2016
When you embark on an SAP HANA® transformation, your goals include improving efficiencies, serving external customers better and driving business continuity. All too often, the transformation doesn't go as smoothly as it should. Learn key aspects of deploying SAP HANA from your industry peers, as captured by Coleman Parkes Research.
As your organization deals with constant changes-such as operational growth, expansion from mergers or acquisitions, new business processes, and shifting personnel-your IT infrastructure might not be in a position to recover from a disaster. If that's the case, the entire enterprise may be at risk-and it's probably time to focus on this issue.
This comprehensive white paper applies automation and ITIL best practices to the data center and reviews current industry trends, server automation energy usage issues and a variety of optimization strategies for data center improvement. The effects of virtualization are explored in-depth. Includes detailed sections on increasing operational efficiency using workflow analysis, automating and optimizing server change management, reducing infrastructure complexity and developing security, disaster recovery and business continuity procedures. Step by step instructions for developing metrics and a business case to justify data center and server automation are included.
Williams Lea is a leading global provider of customized corporate information solutions. The company needed to reliably, easily and securely transfer sensitive files and implement a system to share files and ensure a business continuity/disaster recovery plan. Today, Williams Lea uses the GlobalSCAPE’s Enhanced File Transfer (EFT) solution to provide secure protocol support and encryption to protect data in transit and at rest.
The goal of this white paper is to help enterprises make pragmatic decisions about where and when to use cloud solutions by outlining specific issues that enterprises should raise with hosting providers before selecting a vendor, and by highlighting the ways in which SSL from a trusted certificate authority can help enterprises conduct business in the cloud with confidence.