The new world of networking--it's a world that is intelligent, automated and self-provisioning. In this KnowledgeVault, see how IT leaders should adjust their networks so they can handle the new technologies accessing them and keep up with the demands of the business. A new architecture that helps enterprises accomplish this is Synthesis from F5. Synthesis lets enterprises deploy its Software-Defined Application Services over a number of devices from F5 and other networking vendors.
Date: Wednesday, May 7, 2014, 10:00 AM EDT
The backup and recovery market is quickly morphing as end-users weather a perfect storm hitting their infrastructure, affecting the efficiency of their operations. While trends point to a healthy and dynamic data protection market, end-users are faced with significant operational challenges driving the need to revisit the very essence of their data protection architecture.
Traditional backup is going away, but where does this leave end-users?
In this webcast, Eric Burgener, Research Director, Storage at IDC, and Christophe Bertrand, VP ARCserve Product Marketing at CA Technologies, will provide a perspective on these key trends and identify the requirements next generation data protection architectures need to meet to support IT and business objectives.
Are technical challenges preventing you from building cloud infrastructures? This Webinar will explain the top three challenges facing network architects today, along with the key steps for improving IT agility. Join Brocade and guest Forrester Research in an interactive discussion to help you cut through the hype and focus on the top areas within networking that will propel you forward.
Not surprisingly, "Internet of Things" (IoT) and Big Data present new challenges AND opportunities for enterprise IT. Teams need to harness, secure and store all this unstructured data while providing decision makers with access to it. Watch this on-demand webinar to learn more.
These days, integration is no longer optional, but this ubiquity can hide the massive and rapid change which integration is undergoing. In fact, a variety of forces are coming together to change the way businesses integrate across their organization and community of business partners. According to leading analyst firm Gartner, in the next few years, we will see new approaches to integration being adopted by central IT and lines of business, increasing demand for more agile and hybrid deployments, and innovations such as analytics and API networks.
In Gartner's recent report Predicts 2014: Nexus of Forces Drives Evolution of Integration Strategy, we can see how these forces are fundamentally changing the way businesses integrate today and tomorrow. Consider these strategic planning assumptions from the report: * By 2017, in large organizations at least 65% of new integration flows will be developed outside the control of IT departments. * By 2018, more than 40% of large organizations will have established a hybrid integration platform. * By 2017, 60% of new integration projects will leverage embedded analytics. * By 2018, the 10 largest B2B networks will have evolved into API networks. * By 2018, electronic B2B interactions will outnumber non-electronic ones.
What does this mean for your business, and how can you gain a competitive advantage while responding proactively to the challenges ahead? Watch this webinar to hear Gartner analyst Benoit Lheureux's perspective on the forces driving the evolution of integration strategies, and get key recommendations to ensure your success.
Imagine this: Customer retention rates are down and you're charged with turning things around. Now imagine having up-to-the-minute access to a customer's likelihood of discontinuing service. Helpful? Extremely. Armed with this information, your team can resolve issues before your customer leaves.
Watch the Charting Your Analytical Future webinar and through real-world examples like this, we explore how IBM Congos Business Intelligence is giving companies the insight they need to take action and change outcomes, including: * How predictive modeling and visualization can increase the value of your reports and dashboards * How to spot trends, predict behavior and yes, even see into the future * What it takes to incorporate predictive analytics and visualization into reports in a way that is intuitive and easy-to-use
If you're interested in learning how to increase the value and power of your reports and dashboards by leveraging the latest advancements in Business Intelligence, watch now!
Consolidated Engineering Laboratories' field employees used to collect data on triplicate forms that were sometimes hard to read and difficult to manage. After procuring iPad devices from CDW and integrating mobile apps with back office systems, the company boosted productivity and reduced their customer cycle time by as much as 7X!
Through a partnership with Google and Esna Technologies, CDW has rolled out native access to the CDW Cloud Collaboration suite within Google Apps. Watch and see why clients are evaluating moving over to this cloud based total collaboration experience and talk about the new app integration at Cisco Live 2013
Feedback from over 23,000 actual Oracle big data and analytics (BDA) customers was analyzed by Solitaire Interglobal Ltd (SIL) and their findings are presented in this compelling webcast. Information from successful - and less than successful - BDA deployments illustrate how this technology improves business agility, increases revenue and improves customer loyalty. Kat Lind from Solitaire discusses the real-world impact on businesses and best practices for deploying BDA solutions using Oracle on a variety of platforms. Small through very large organizations will benefit from this informed analysis of cost, IT risk, business agility and customer satisfaction considerations in the rapidly growing area of big data and analytics.
Chuck Calio Technical Leader IBM STG ISV Enablement
Kat Lind Chief Systems Engineer Solitare Interglobal Ltd.
SAM is a process, not a one off project. Chances are you've either been audited, or you will be soon. In fact, nearly two-thirds of all US business entities will be audited within the next 12 months.
What do you do when you're being audited, and how can you ensure your business is in the strongest possible position when it happens? Listen to this important eSeminar to hear experts from Snow Software and CDW who will discuss the strategies and tactics you should be taking now to ready for the software audit you're more than likely going to undergo soon.
Learn more about: - Which software is most likely to be problematic - How to keep close tabs on software installs, adds, deletions and changes - What tools will ease the Software Asset Management (SAM) burden - What to do today to prepare for an audit in the future
Managing software assets and licenses is a time-consuming job that can drain IT resources. When this is not done properly, a company might spend more on licenses than needed and could put the company at risk, exposing it to fines and other penalties.
Attend this e-seminar to learn ways to: - Improve your software asset management (SAM) efforts - Optimize software purchases - Ensure compliance with licensing agreements
Every week we hear from our channel partners or our joint customers about their latest data protection challenges. Not that the end of the world happened (who would care anyway?), or that their data center, office building or facility is now a smoking gaping hole. No, it's usually about the complexity of doing something every organization has been doing forever - boring and un-sexy backup. With a backdrop of sustained and apparently uncontrollable data growth, no wonder it's hard!
But wait, there's more! It's not so much about backup as it is about the ability to recover under a variety of circumstances - from simple logical data corruption, data loss due user error (you wouldn't believe what I can to my laptop), migrations, and yes... unplanned outages. Join CA ARCserve to learn how you can simplify your data protection challenges during this informative, one-hour webcast.