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  • The Case for Continuous Monitoring Knowledge Vault
    Source: Qualys Inc.
    KnowledgeVault: Continuous Monitoring brings a new approach to vulnerability management and network security, enabling you to immediately identify and proactively address potential problems before they turn into security breaches. Watch this Knowledge Vault and learn how Continuous Monitoring provides true perimeter security. Sponsored by Qualys.
  • Technology Refresh with Flash Storage for MS Windows 2003 R2 Servers
    Source: SanDisk
    White Paper: In July, 2015, Microsoft will end support for the Windows Server 2003 R2 operating environment. This SanDisk Solution Brief outlines Tech refresh options and discusses drivers for change in the Data Center as well as how SanDisk transforms your Data Center and your Microsoft Windows environment.
  • Maximize MS Server 2003 Migrations with SanDisk Flash
    Source: SanDisk
    White Paper: Migrating away from Windows Server 2003 is an investment in your organization's future, and there has never been a better time to begin the migration process. Take the next step to transform your datacenter by upgrading your server platform with leading edge Windows Operating Systems and SanDisk flash solutions.
  • Enterprise File Sharing and Management: Achieving Productivity and Security
    Source: Attachmate
    White Paper: Dynamic file sharing across multiple platforms is the new normal in the world of work, creating an urgent need for large and highly-regulated enterprises to explore file sharing solutions that do not compromise data security. This Hanover Research study explores how these firms can achieve productivity and security in their file sharing and management processes.
  • The New Universe of Managed File Transfer: Why your existing solution might not be adequate
    Source: Attachmate
    White Paper: To meet the demands of today's business landscape, IT staffs must take steps to secure and integrate their information assets, while satisfying compliance mandates and optimizing corporate efficiency. This white paper presents managed file transfer (MFT) as a way to meet corporate information and data management requirements.

    We examine MFT with regard to its increasing role in achieving data integration-a critical component of any corporate integration strategy. We also assess older, less-sophisticated technologies such as FTP, which fails to meet the demands of today's complex business landscape.

    In addition, you'll learn how, through the use of advanced MFT, organizations can address the most serious security and privacy concerns, including those raised by the U.S. Congress with the introduction of the Personal Data Privacy and Security Act. And a particularly valuable section tells you what to look for in an advanced MFT solution.
  • Osterman White Paper: The Need for Enterprise-Grade File Transfer
    Source: Attachmate
    White Paper: From email to Dropbox and FTP, the status quo of file transfer in most organizations is UFT- or Unmanaged File Transfer. That's the troubling finding of a recent survey conducted by Osterman Research. Read this paper to learn how enterprise-grade Managed File Transfer (MFT) can help.
  • Journey to the Hybrid Cloud
    Source: VMware
    White Paper: Cloud adoption continues to expand beyond the base of cutting edge early adopters and is now reaching the "early mainstream" stage, increasingly being looked at by enterprises as a viable model for agile, cost effective IT delivery. However, the prevailing binary paradigm of cloud infrastructure (public versus private) limits the extent to which enterprises can fully leverage the on demand, self service, elastic resource provisioning attributes of public cloud while maintaining the same security, reliability, performance, and management frameworks present in current private cloud implementations. Hybrid cloud solves this problem.
  • Moving to Hybrid Cloud: Top 5 Considerations
    Source: VMware
    White Paper: Businesses are embracing public cloud because it promises increased agility and scalability. But it can also introduce complexity, interoperability, and security concerns. Hybrid cloud is emerging as a way to mitigate those concerns by providing the right combination of internal controls with the ability to securely scale to meet business demand for IT resources.
    As you contemplate moving various pre-production and production workloads-and your mission-critical and sensitive data-to the cloud, be sure to develop a strategic approach based on your business and IT objectives.
    Here are the top five considerations to keep in mind as you begin evaluating hybrid cloud for your workloads.
  • Infographic: 10 Reasons to Choose vCloud Air
    Source: VMware
    Research/Infographic: More than 30% of organizations expect that within three years, they'll access 45.5% of IT resources through some form of cloud-public, private, or hybrid. That's an impressive number, and there's a reason for it:
    the cloud is packed with benefits. And if you're a VMware customer, you're already halfway there. vCloud Air is built on the trusted VMware vSphere® platform, so it's simply an extension of your current data center.
    Let's take a look at how the benefits break down.
  • eBook: A Guide to Disaster Recovery in the Cloud
    Source: VMware
    eBook: The landscape of disaster recovery solutions is shifting to accommodate changing IT needs. VMware vCloud® Hybrid Service™ - Disaster Recovery provides simple, affordable, automated processes for replicating and recovering critical applications and data, at a fraction of the cost of duplicating infrastructure or maintaining additional data centers. Organizations can afford to scale their efforts as needed, with flexible terms and resource options. Read this eBook to find out more.
  • Tech Tips: How to Get Started with VMware vCloud® Air Disaster Recovery
    Source: VMware
    White Paper: Few companies can afford operational disruption, yet IT budgets remain flat and can't encompass the growing need for additional resiliency measures to protect critical-business applications. The recovery-as-a-service offering from VMware, VMware vCloud® Hybrid Service™ - Disaster Recovery, helps you fulfill the need to implement or supplement your organization's continuity plans while addressing budget, time, and resources constraints. It provides simplified replication and recovery based on the VMware vSphere® platform. For a successful setup of your disaster recovery service, keep in mind the following tips when getting started.
  • Top Three Reasons to Use vCloud Air Disaster Recovery
    Source: VMware
    White Paper: Traditional disaster recovery solutions are expensive and complex. That's making disaster recovery in the cloud a compelling alternative for many small-to-mid sized companies. Cloud solutions are more affordable, require less commitment, and offer more capacity-an ideal combination for resource-strapped organizations.
    VMware vCloud® Air™ Disaster Recovery is easy to deploy and offers flexible terms and scalable resource options. It enables you to improve upon your existing disaster recovery plans-or put a new plan into operation-with minimal cost and resources.
    Here are three great reasons to get started now with VMware vCloud® Air™ Disaster Recovery.
  • Top 5 Reasons for Cloud-Based Disaster Recovery
    Source: VMware
    White Paper: Every business wants to protect their operations from downtime and loss of data. But many companies don't have the internal expertise or budget to implement the disaster recovery plan they need. Traditional solutions are typically costly, complex and often unreliable. Consider these top five reasons why you should look to the cloud for your disaster recovery needs.
  • Infographic: Mind the Gap!
    Source: VMware
    Research/Infographic: Gaps in disaster recovery (DR) put your data at risk. This Infographic highlights a side-by-side comparison of organizations with cloud-based DR and those without. See how the numbers compare for recovery times, costs, scalability, and overall DR preparedness. Discover how cloud-based DR can bridge dangerous gaps in your DR plan and enable you to quickly recover critical applications, providing the protection and resiliency your organization needs.
  • 15 Minute Guide: Redefine Flash
    Source: PC Connection | EMC
    White Paper: Flash is transforming the way we think about storage. Ubiquitous in data centers at all levels, it's enabling innovation across IT. Powerful flash arrays such as EMC's industry-leading XtremIO deliver superior response times for consistently high application performance.

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