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Published By: Oracle ODA     Published Date: Aug 15, 2016
DBAs need help with tackling significant issues, including doing more with fewer resources, quickly responding to upgrade and patch needs, while reducing the time spent on cloning databases. Finally, they need help eliminating the time they spend integrating, testing, and deploying full-stack cloud solutions. How can DBAs reconcile these competing demands? Learn more about expanded offerings in a database appliance that are delivering numerous advantages. These new configurations have the potential to help IT derive new benefits in its efforts to serve the business.
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Published By: LogMeIn     Published Date: Jul 18, 2014
This InfoWorld report shows how to unshackle online meetings for business users.
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join.me, avoiding technology frustrations, online meetings, conference calling
    
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Published By: LogMeIn     Published Date: Sep 16, 2014
This InfoWorld research report, based on an IDG QuickPulse survey administered to IT professionals, will provide insight into the BYOA trend, identify pain points associated with traditional online meeting tools, and address business-driven IT requirements that benefit the overall organization.
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byoa trend, logmein, joinme, online meetings, painpoints with online meetings, problems with online meetings
    
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Published By: LogMeIn     Published Date: Sep 16, 2014
This InfoWorld research report, based on an IDG QuickPulse survey administered to IT professionals, will provide insight into the BYOA trend, identify pain points associated with traditional online meeting tools, and address business-driven IT requirements that benefit the overall organization.
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byoa trend, logmein, joinme, online meetings, painpoints with online meetings, problems with online meetings, business technology
    
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Published By: LogMeIn Rescue     Published Date: Oct 21, 2013
Customer service has evolved from a reactive activity viewed largely as a cost center-based tactical necessity, to a proactive management task that can in many ways set a company apart from the competition. At the same time, the channels by which customers receive support are growing and fragmenting very rapidly. The telephone is still the primary mode of support, but is steadily declining as text, social media, chat, knowledge bases, email and online communities provide new avenues for customers to get the help they need. Some organizations are embracing this evolution by implementing technologies that enable them to interact with customers regardless of the channel or the device they’re using. This approach not only improves customer service, but also boosts the brand image and helps companies achieve broader business goals.
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logmein, infoworld, customer service, customer support, support, support strategy, social media, mobile support, email support, remote pc access software, remote desktop connection, remote computer support, customer support channels, business technology
    
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Published By: Oracle     Published Date: Aug 19, 2016
This white paper breaks down six ways an organization can make better use of data through an appliance.
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Published By: Oracle PaaS/IaaS/Hardware     Published Date: Jul 25, 2017
"DBAs need help with tackling significant issues, including doing more with fewer resources, quickly responding to upgrade and patch needs, while reducing the time spent on cloning databases. Finally, they need help eliminating the time they spend integrating, testing, and deploying full-stack cloud solutions. How can DBAs reconcile these competing demands? Learn more about expanded offerings in a database appliance that are delivering numerous advantages. These new configurations have the potential to help IT derive new benefits in its efforts to serve the business. "
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