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Published By: Adobe     Published Date: Nov 07, 2013
In Forrester’s 53-criteria evaluation of online testing platform vendors, we identified the seven most significant providers — Adobe, Autonomy, Maxymiser, Monetate, Optimizely, SiteSpect, and Webtrends — in the category and researched, analyzed, and scored them. This report details our findings about how well each vendor fulfills our criteria, and where these vendors stand in relation to each other, to help customer intelligence professionals select the right partner for their online testing needs.
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adobe, forrester wave, online testing platforms, vendor selection, optimize core competency, digital marketers, maturing vendor solutions, future of online testing, growing online testing requirements, online testing vendors, balance functionality, balance usability, customer intelligence, right partner, online testing needs
    
Adobe
Published By: NetApp     Published Date: Dec 09, 2014
This paper examines that there are all sorts of elements—differing applications, attitudes, budgets, outcomes for the business—that go into the decision of how much and what type of solid-state storage to use. And how this large range of use cases inherently means that users are going to need a portfolio of solid-state deployment options because no single product is going to solve everything for everyone. The paper then examines NetApp’s flash portfolio and belief that the right storage solution at all times balances performance, capacity, functionality and manageability: this means that for flash too, multiple approaches will become the standard for enterprises as they evolve their long-term IT strategies.
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flash storage, flash solutions, it-strategies, netapp, business objectives, solid-state storage, it strategies, it management
    
NetApp
Published By: NetApp     Published Date: Dec 08, 2014
This paper examines that there are all sorts of elements—differing applications, attitudes, budgets, outcomes for the business—that go into the decision of how much and what type of solid-state storage to use. And how this large range of use cases inherently means that users are going to need a portfolio of solid-state deployment options because no single product is going to solve everything for everyone. The paper then examines NetApp’s flash portfolio and belief that the right storage solution at all times balances performance, capacity, functionality and manageability: this means that for flash too, multiple approaches will become the standard for enterprises as they evolve their long-term IT strategies.
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flash storage, flash solutions, it-strategies, netapp, business objectives, solid-state storage, it strategies, it management
    
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