By Alison Watterson, Enterprise Services WW Marketing
Here is a summary of the Enterprise Services blog content for this past week:
What is a cloud broker? by Charlie Bess
Forrester recently released an analysis of the concept of a Cloud Broker. Although there was much to agree with, I actually view it a bit differently.
The events of the past few weeks have demonstrated that there is still a lot of uncertainty in the financial markets. Will this put even more pressure on the IT budgets of your small and mid-sized customers?
Expand your HR/payroll vision to include new tools and techniques by Kimberly Davis
As technology progresses many HR and payroll administrators are struggling to control costs while providing users with the services they demand in every aspect of their lives.
New Videos on Cloud from HP by Charlie Bess
View three new videos from HP on Cloud Computing
With almost half of phones shipping being Smartphones, and most of these running on IT-supplier operating systems, what are some implications for Mobile Operators?
Let’s examine three different ways you can use metrics data to provide valuable insight into your applications portfolio.
Security or Assurance? What's in a name? by Neil Passingham
Can systems (and more importantly, information) ever be truly secure? The term “security” does imply that something is either secure or not.
GAO reports leading IT practices include Improve Print Management by Cara Shockley
The United States Government Accountability Office (GAO) identified and recommends 8 leading Green IT practices currently used by both government entities and private sector organizations.
This month’s Innovation INSIGHT (formerly Innovation JumpStart Program) webcast focuses on the network security dilemma – an important issue for all enterprises.
Nadhan’s Top 5: Cloud Transformation Bill of Rights by E.G. Nadhan
Transformation to the Cloud involves applying the right strategy to the right application while substituting the right components coupled with the right integration to ensure the right level of service.
Cloud Compute Services: What can they do for you? by Ortega Pittman
We’ve all heard the excitement around cloud computing, but have you thought about how medium and large enterprises can take advantage of the cloud, and how it would work?
Problems with your remote backup? by Tim Bowers
As companies expand globally, regionally or even within a city, they end up with more and more information at various remote locations. Information and key systems are spread far and wide.
Top Ten Trends in Encryption, Certificates and Key Management – Part 1 by Paul Schwarzenberger
Organizations are becoming increasingly aware of the importance of encrypting confidential data and carefully managing the keys and certificates used in the encryption process.