Published By: Datto Inc.
Published Date: Apr 15, 2013
Small businesses are positioned for the perfect data storm: more data, at more value, with more risk. Their challenge has been not having an enterprise-class BDR solution built with their specific pain points in mind. Datto ALTO, and you, can change that.
Datto wants you to succeed. As the only 100% channel-focused backup, disaster recovery (BDR) and intelligent business continuity (IBC) vendor, Datto is focused on the success of our Partners. Our Partners succeed by delivering award-winning solutions to their clients that are easy to sell, easy to manage, and will eliminate downtime in the event of a natural or technical disaster.
"Growing organizations today need ERP systems that are agile, continuously updated, scalable, and quick to deploy.
As a result, focus has shifted away from legacy systems and toward cloud ERP solutions.
Read this IDC report to learn what to look for in a solution and why now is the perfect time to make the switch."
Published By: TrendKite
Published Date: Apr 25, 2018
Sometimes a perfect storm comes together to signal a radical shift or rebirth of an industry. But it’s not enough to say public relations is in flux or rapidly changing. It’s more impactful to discuss the evolution of the change, understand the potential gaps, and be early to capitalize on opportunities created by these gaps.
The path for change in the PR industry has been tumultuous. And understandably so. The irrationality of basing performance on vanity metrics is so ingrained in the profession that the left-brain, rational piece has been pushed aside. This has created a culture of estimating based on vanity metrics like AVE (ad value equivalency), leading to a dynamic where the C-suite craves that WSJ or TechCrunch story, yet doesn’t believe PR’s reporting on the value of that coverage. When everyone in the marketing stack is crunching numbers and showing real, tangible value, PR is holding onto air. Why keep setting the profession up for failure by perpetuating the cycle of abstr
It used to be that you would build out your datacenter with all the right considerations in place, purchasing equipment that was sized to meet the needs of your organization for today and the near term future.
Change used to be merely planning for capacity upgrades or network expansion, or migrating to the latest application version—or more simply put: things we could measure, control and manage.
With the advent of the cloud, the rise in cyber-based threats, and the need to do more, faster, we’re witnessing a perfect storm that is making it more and more difficult for the enterprise to plan for change, and to maximize the investments that they make in their IT infrastructure today.
This eBook will focus on considerations that you should make when deciding on an ADC solution that can not only survive these changes, but help create opportunities for innovation as the enterprise strives towards digital transformation. This guide will help you understand the changes that are currently unde
Concerned about the disruptive changes introduced by cloud, big data and mobile technologies? Read this new white paper to learn how Dell Foglight for Oracle can help Oracle DBAs embrace these challenges and transform the data center.
Big pharma is approaching a perfect storm. G+ convened a panel of senior executives from a variety of industries for a meeting to share their best practices and strategic insights for doing business in emerging markets. Register to view this white paper.
Technology trends are converging to create a perfect storm in the world of commerce-empowering customers while raising the bar for companies to meet new, more demanding customer expectations. Read this report to learn about solutions and services delivered by IBM and its Business Partners to help midsize companies market and sell more effectively.
Published By: Polycom
Published Date: Apr 30, 2013
This research note identifies the key trends, the video-enabled business applications that enterprises need to implement now, and describes how to develop a video strategy. Knowing how video is currently being used will help managers identify use cases, understand what users need to get their jobs done, and choose the right solutions for their enterprises.
The term “perfect storm” is used to describe when several forces come together and create a large, single event that has transformative effects. A technology perfect storm took place in the 1990s when Internet services, low-cost home computers, browsers and affordable broadband all came together and created the Internet revolution. This revolution launched an entirely new economic model that sparked new ways of doing business, changed the way we work, and allowed us to blend our personal and professional lives. At first, these new ways of working were the exception. But the transformation to an Internet-based work style is now complete, and this style has become very much the norm.
Technology’s role in business and society has
shifted away from largely driving efficiencies to
innovating and creating engaging experiences
that attract and retain customers. Innovations and
business outcomes are fueled by a perfect storm
of technology trends in cloud, analytics, machine
learning, IoT and the emerging API Economy. The
convergence of these technologies has created
new opportunities for enterprises to improve
business performance by acquiring customers
faster while creating brand loyalty. The role of
technology expands the interaction with customers
beyond the core of the enterprise – away from
100% dependencies on systems of records –
and towards real-time, contextual interactions.
Businesses are a digital business or they are
evolving to become one. This requires enterprises
to re-think how they build software architectures.
The term “perfect storm” is used to describe when several forces come together and create a large, single event that has transformative effects. A technology perfect storm took place in the 1990s when Internet services, low-cost home computers, browsers and affordable broadband all came together and created the Internet revolution. This revolution launched an entirely new economic model that sparked new ways of doing business, changed the way we work, and allowed us to blend our personal and professional lives. At first, these new ways of working were the exception. But the transformation to an Internet-based work style is now complete, and this style has become very much the norm. Businesses that embraced the Internet in its early days gained a significant advantage over their competitors; those that did not became irrelevant very quickly.
Published By: Quocirca
Published Date: Mar 12, 2009
For many years, server-based computing has been seen as a means of, at best, providing those within highly task-based environments with a controlled desktop environment. However, changes in software, hardware, security and management systems are leading towards server-based computing being suitable for a far larger proportion of an organization's user base.
Published By: Brainshark
Published Date: Oct 21, 2013
Mobile, video and social media are growing rapidly - but not independently. This video takes a look at the relationships between each trend, and how your business can capitalize on all three to advance your communications strategy.
SaaS and clourl-enabled ERP systems are the de facto replacement for legacy on-premises ERP systems.
Organizations have spent millions on outdated legacy ERP systems over die decades., creating a technical
debt that is a nightmare to untangle. Most of these antiquated systems are over 1 0 years old, predate
current ecommerce systems, and are not able to work within the digital economy. With the advent of the
digital age, businesses need a new digital core that includes Saa5 and cloud-enabled ERP sofrware.