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Published By: Tidal Software     Published Date: Sep 03, 2008
Datacenters experience constant change under pressure from technology and business drivers. IT systems are becoming more, not less complex as new technologies are introduced, and IT staffs are not growing to keep pace with the growth in size and complexity of the typical datacenter. Windows administrators need to radically simplify both complex and routine tasks if they are going to effectively respond to the constant pressure to deliver increasing value with limited resources. The most effective thing Windows administrators can do to address this issue is to minimize duties associated with maintaining the existing infrastructure.
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windows scheduling, windows datacenter, windows scheduler, tidal, tidal software
    
Tidal Software
Published By: HP     Published Date: Aug 22, 2008
Enterprise Strategy Group analysts Mark Bowker and Mark Peters will share the business drivers and benefits for virtualizing both servers and storage. You'll gain an understanding of IT infrastructure virtualization in order to evaluate the operational benefits it could provide. You'll also learn what steps to take to assess your IT environment to quantify the benefits of virtualization.
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hp 4400, hp 4000, eva 4400, eva4400, virtual, virtualization, infrastructure
    
HP
Published By: Quocirca     Published Date: Nov 13, 2007
Businesses across Europe are becoming increasingly reliant on web-enabled applications that are accessed over the public internet. One of the key drivers for this is to open up communications with external organizations that are fundamental to core business processes.
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bpm, business process, web application, customer service, customer satisfaction, business management, order, order management, quocirca, it management, enterprise applications
    
Quocirca
Published By: Inovis     Published Date: Aug 06, 2007
This white paper provides an overview of the growing opportunities for EDI managers and coordinators. It highlights how their role can change from being responsible for implementation of technologies for operational activities to being infrastructure leaders. It shows how they can deliver increased efficiencies and velocity for value chain automation, which increases visibility, control and agility for a business.
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edi, electronic data interchange, electronic data, inovis, supply chain, manufacturing, productivity, infrastructure, bpm, bpa, business process, roi, spend management, cost control, xml, data management
    
Inovis
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