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  • White Papers // May 2013

    Making Room for Innovation

    Managing increasingly complex communications and networking technologies can be a daunting task with less money, fewer skilled resources and greater pressure than ever before to keep things up and running. As a result, organisations are looking for new ways to tackle these problems. By looking at different sourcing options like...

    Provided By IBM Australia

  • White Papers // May 2013

    IDC Whitepaper: Leveraging the Network for Your Virtualisation and Cloud Initiatives

    Virtualisation is one of the most important trends reshaping the enterprise datacenter today. Driven by the desire to reduce server sprawl and consolidate enterprise applications on fewer physical servers, virtualisation is helping companies improve the utilisation rates of their IT server and storage resources, reduce operating costs in power and...

    Provided By IBM Australia

  • White Papers // May 2013

    The case for cloud-based disaster recovery

    A recent study by the Aberdeen Group indicates that, depending on the maturity of their recovery operations, organizations can experience up to 4.4 business disruptions per year, with restore times ranging from one hour to more than nine hours. The business cost of this downtime averages $138,000 per hour. The...

    Provided By IBM Australia

  • White Papers // May 2013

    Develop an intelligent disaster recovery solution with cloud technologies

    Increasingly, IT decision makers view cloud computing as an attractive technology for recovering servers after a disruption or disaster. They look to cloud-based Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) for its reliability, scalability and ability to dramatically reduce recovery point objectives (RPOs) and recovery time objectives (RTOs). In this interview,...

    Provided By IBM Australia

  • White Papers // May 2013

    A cost-effective high data volume analysis solution

    As an organization's data volumes increase exponentially, so does the need to be able to analyze and create reports in a faster, more cost-effective manner. Frequently, business intelligence requests fall to an already busy IT department, creating additional workload that progressively slows down the process of building timely and relevant...

    Provided By IBM Australia

  • White Papers // May 2013

    Empowering Business Users with Self Service Business Intelligence

    Self-service BI platforms do more than just provide critical information on demand; they can alleviate the bottleneck of requests that often bog down IT and create unnecessary waiting for business users. TechTalk introduces you to IBM Cognos® Insight software and explains why Forrester says it "offers the broadest and the...

    Provided By IBM Australia

  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    Marketplace Update: The Next Smart Step in Enterprise IT Evolution

    For decades, corporate IT has been driven by two parallel, though not always complementary, evolutionary trends: 1) the appearance of essentially new computing technologies and form factors, and 2) the steady expansion of business processes and use cases to which IT is applied. So is there a...

    Provided By IBM Australia

  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    The Bloor Group white paper : Smart Storage in the Age of the Cloud

    In the Bloor Group’s annual review of the IT industry, it has been identified three major IT trends. None of them could have caused much of a surprise. They were: The growth of cloud computing The growth of mobile computing and the growth of BI technology We also...

    Provided By IBM Australia

  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    Clipper Group Whitepaper : Storage Efficiency - Achieve up to 40% reduction in cost per TB

    When you go into the supermarket do you ever wonder how many different products are on the shelves? Do you wonder how they determine what goes on each shelf? All of the shelves are shared among many products so what gets placed on the bottom shelf and what goes on...

    Provided By IBM Australia

  • White Papers // Feb 2013

    Social Business Behavior: The changing nature of culture and personal interaction in the workplace

    The IBM 2011 Tech Trends Report, which surveyed more than 4,000 IT professionals in 93 countries, shows the importance of social collaboration to overall strategies. Social business etiquette is not about a “feel good” approach to business. It is rooted in the deepest levels of how businesses create and engender...

    Provided By IBM Australia

  • White Papers // Feb 2013

    Mobility is moving fast. To stay in control, you have to prepare for change

    A recent survey by The Aberdeen Group found that 72 percent of responding companies allowed the practice known as BYOD—bring your own device. And Information Week, in its own study, found that 65 percent of organizations expect BYOD adoption to increase. The business use of personal devices has surged dramatically...

    Provided By IBM Australia

  • White Papers // Jan 2013

    A Social Business is a Productive Business

    A study published by McKinsey Global Institute - recently reported in WAtoday -says the average office worker spends 28 hours a week (60% of their time) writing emails, searching for information, and trying to collaborate internally. The report contends that wide adoption of business social media technologies could cut down...

    Provided By IBM Australia

  • White Papers // Jan 2013

    IDC analyst paper: Eliminate shortcomings in your cloud architecture with Smarter Storage

    As a result of business pressures and economic realities facing IT organizations today, technology executives need to continuously implement more efficient ways to run IT services for their companies. Increased reliance on IT systems to run business operations has heightened the need for reliability and performance across the datacenter. For...

    Provided By IBM Australia

  • White Papers // Nov 2012

    IDC Whitepaper- The Future of E-mail is Social

    This IDC whitepaper takes a look at the current state of enterprise email and the perceived and real problems that surround its use. It discusses the changing nature of collaboration and work fueled by the social Web by examining current email trends and the emergence of new social collaboration tools....

    Provided By IBM Australia

  • White Papers // Nov 2012

    The Future of Datacentre Management

    The proliferation of mobile devices that collect and share volumes of increasingly unstructured data led to an explosion in information. Companies lose competitive advantage if their IT fails to satisfy a service request or develop and deliver new services, and an increasing competition means response cycles are cut from months...

    Provided By IBM Australia

  • White Papers // Sep 2012

    Integrated Systems and Streamlined Practices Propel New, Responsive IT organizations

    Enterprise IT leaders must transform their organizations to be responsive to fast-changing business needs. They must focus on enabling business innovations. They know it, and have begun a revolution in technologies, talents, and team structures for fast, flexible delivery of new business capabilities with increasing efficiency and at ever lower...

    Provided By IBM Australia

  • White Papers // Aug 2012

    Best Practice Guide- Three Rules for Building a Smarter Supply Chain

    The key to truly elevating organizational efficiency and profits lies in building a smarter supply chain. And building a smarter supply chain requires that you focus your attention on three key priorities.  Read on to learn how these three rules can transform your business and discover how supply chain management...

    Provided By IBM Australia

  • White Papers // May 2012

    Executive report: Achieving success with a flexible workplace.

    Forward thinkers best practices to enhance productivity, spur innovation and reduce cost. In our hyperconnected world, employees expect to work from anywhere, at any time, with any device. However, each of these new access points increases the IT security perimeter. In the flexible workplace, how can organizations balance the...

    Provided By IBM Australia

  • White Papers // Apr 2012

    Thought Leadership Whitepaper: Choice and Control Considerations for developing enterprise cloud strategies

    3/4 of business leaders surveyed say that their companies have already piloted, adopted or substantially implemented cloud technologies. Ninety percent expect to have done so within three years. However the implementation of cloud computing is a challenging process, requiring a thoughtful, strategic approach. Discover the factors for enterprises to consider...

    Provided By IBM Australia

  • White Papers // Mar 2012

    Success in the cloud: Why workload matters

    Companies are continuously challenged by stakeholders to drive new revenue opportunities and efficiencies while lowering costs. This whitepaper discovers how by implementing cloud computing across 6 fundamental workloads can transfor the way whole groups employees do their jobs, enabling them to speed new development and uncover new sources of revenue.

    Provided By IBM Australia

  • White Papers // Jan 2012

    Security Essentials for CIOs: Enabling Mobility - Their device, your data

    It’s not easy being today’s CIO. As employees bring growing numbers of their own computing devices to work, CIOs are faced with a tough choice. They must either figure out a secure way to allow employees to conduct business on their own devices - no easy job - or they...

    Provided By IBM Australia

  • White Papers // Jan 2012

    Securing end-user mobile devices in the enterprise

    Mobile devices, including smartphones and tablets, enable increasing numbers of employees to work “anywhere, anytime.” The security of enterprise data is a key concern, particularly on mobile devices that are easily lost or stolen. The security risk is further heightened by the proliferation of employee-owned mobile devices in many enterprises....

    Provided By IBM Australia

  • White Papers // Jan 2012

    Getting a better grip on mobile devices

    On today’s fast-moving, highly competitive smarter planet, where data gathering, information sharing and decision making must continue regardless of the user’s location, the mobile device is destined to continue growing in popularity and importance. And as smartphones and tablet computers expand their roles from personal communications devices to key interfaces...

    Provided By IBM Australia

  • White Papers // Mar 2012

    Success in the cloud: Why workload matters

    Companies are continuously challenged by stakeholders to drive new revenue opportunities and efficiencies while lowering costs. This whitepaper discovers how by implementing cloud computing across 6 fundamental workloads can transfor the way whole groups employees do their jobs, enabling them to speed new development and uncover new sources of revenue.

    Provided By IBM Australia

  • White Papers // Aug 2012

    Best Practice Guide- Three Rules for Building a Smarter Supply Chain

    The key to truly elevating organizational efficiency and profits lies in building a smarter supply chain. And building a smarter supply chain requires that you focus your attention on three key priorities.  Read on to learn how these three rules can transform your business and discover how supply chain management...

    Provided By IBM Australia

  • White Papers // Nov 2012

    IDC Whitepaper- The Future of E-mail is Social

    This IDC whitepaper takes a look at the current state of enterprise email and the perceived and real problems that surround its use. It discusses the changing nature of collaboration and work fueled by the social Web by examining current email trends and the emergence of new social collaboration tools....

    Provided By IBM Australia

  • White Papers // May 2012

    Executive report: Achieving success with a flexible workplace.

    Forward thinkers best practices to enhance productivity, spur innovation and reduce cost. In our hyperconnected world, employees expect to work from anywhere, at any time, with any device. However, each of these new access points increases the IT security perimeter. In the flexible workplace, how can organizations balance the...

    Provided By IBM Australia

  • White Papers // Apr 2012

    Thought Leadership Whitepaper: Choice and Control Considerations for developing enterprise cloud strategies

    3/4 of business leaders surveyed say that their companies have already piloted, adopted or substantially implemented cloud technologies. Ninety percent expect to have done so within three years. However the implementation of cloud computing is a challenging process, requiring a thoughtful, strategic approach. Discover the factors for enterprises to consider...

    Provided By IBM Australia

  • White Papers // Jan 2013

    A Social Business is a Productive Business

    A study published by McKinsey Global Institute - recently reported in WAtoday -says the average office worker spends 28 hours a week (60% of their time) writing emails, searching for information, and trying to collaborate internally. The report contends that wide adoption of business social media technologies could cut down...

    Provided By IBM Australia

  • White Papers // Jan 2012

    Security Essentials for CIOs: Enabling Mobility - Their device, your data

    It’s not easy being today’s CIO. As employees bring growing numbers of their own computing devices to work, CIOs are faced with a tough choice. They must either figure out a secure way to allow employees to conduct business on their own devices - no easy job - or they...

    Provided By IBM Australia

  • White Papers // Feb 2013

    Mobility is moving fast. To stay in control, you have to prepare for change

    A recent survey by The Aberdeen Group found that 72 percent of responding companies allowed the practice known as BYOD—bring your own device. And Information Week, in its own study, found that 65 percent of organizations expect BYOD adoption to increase. The business use of personal devices has surged dramatically...

    Provided By IBM Australia

  • White Papers // Jan 2012

    Securing end-user mobile devices in the enterprise

    Mobile devices, including smartphones and tablets, enable increasing numbers of employees to work “anywhere, anytime.” The security of enterprise data is a key concern, particularly on mobile devices that are easily lost or stolen. The security risk is further heightened by the proliferation of employee-owned mobile devices in many enterprises....

    Provided By IBM Australia

  • White Papers // Jan 2012

    Getting a better grip on mobile devices

    On today’s fast-moving, highly competitive smarter planet, where data gathering, information sharing and decision making must continue regardless of the user’s location, the mobile device is destined to continue growing in popularity and importance. And as smartphones and tablet computers expand their roles from personal communications devices to key interfaces...

    Provided By IBM Australia

  • White Papers // Feb 2013

    Social Business Behavior: The changing nature of culture and personal interaction in the workplace

    The IBM 2011 Tech Trends Report, which surveyed more than 4,000 IT professionals in 93 countries, shows the importance of social collaboration to overall strategies. Social business etiquette is not about a “feel good” approach to business. It is rooted in the deepest levels of how businesses create and engender...

    Provided By IBM Australia

  • White Papers // Sep 2012

    Integrated Systems and Streamlined Practices Propel New, Responsive IT organizations

    Enterprise IT leaders must transform their organizations to be responsive to fast-changing business needs. They must focus on enabling business innovations. They know it, and have begun a revolution in technologies, talents, and team structures for fast, flexible delivery of new business capabilities with increasing efficiency and at ever lower...

    Provided By IBM Australia

  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    Marketplace Update: The Next Smart Step in Enterprise IT Evolution

    For decades, corporate IT has been driven by two parallel, though not always complementary, evolutionary trends: 1) the appearance of essentially new computing technologies and form factors, and 2) the steady expansion of business processes and use cases to which IT is applied. So is there a...

    Provided By IBM Australia

  • White Papers // Nov 2012

    The Future of Datacentre Management

    The proliferation of mobile devices that collect and share volumes of increasingly unstructured data led to an explosion in information. Companies lose competitive advantage if their IT fails to satisfy a service request or develop and deliver new services, and an increasing competition means response cycles are cut from months...

    Provided By IBM Australia

  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    Clipper Group Whitepaper : Storage Efficiency - Achieve up to 40% reduction in cost per TB

    When you go into the supermarket do you ever wonder how many different products are on the shelves? Do you wonder how they determine what goes on each shelf? All of the shelves are shared among many products so what gets placed on the bottom shelf and what goes on...

    Provided By IBM Australia

  • White Papers // Jan 2013

    IDC analyst paper: Eliminate shortcomings in your cloud architecture with Smarter Storage

    As a result of business pressures and economic realities facing IT organizations today, technology executives need to continuously implement more efficient ways to run IT services for their companies. Increased reliance on IT systems to run business operations has heightened the need for reliability and performance across the datacenter. For...

    Provided By IBM Australia

  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    The Bloor Group white paper : Smart Storage in the Age of the Cloud

    In the Bloor Group’s annual review of the IT industry, it has been identified three major IT trends. None of them could have caused much of a surprise. They were: The growth of cloud computing The growth of mobile computing and the growth of BI technology We also...

    Provided By IBM Australia

  • White Papers // May 2013

    A cost-effective high data volume analysis solution

    As an organization's data volumes increase exponentially, so does the need to be able to analyze and create reports in a faster, more cost-effective manner. Frequently, business intelligence requests fall to an already busy IT department, creating additional workload that progressively slows down the process of building timely and relevant...

    Provided By IBM Australia

  • White Papers // May 2013

    Empowering Business Users with Self Service Business Intelligence

    Self-service BI platforms do more than just provide critical information on demand; they can alleviate the bottleneck of requests that often bog down IT and create unnecessary waiting for business users. TechTalk introduces you to IBM Cognos® Insight software and explains why Forrester says it "offers the broadest and the...

    Provided By IBM Australia

  • White Papers // May 2013

    The case for cloud-based disaster recovery

    A recent study by the Aberdeen Group indicates that, depending on the maturity of their recovery operations, organizations can experience up to 4.4 business disruptions per year, with restore times ranging from one hour to more than nine hours. The business cost of this downtime averages $138,000 per hour. The...

    Provided By IBM Australia

  • White Papers // May 2013

    Develop an intelligent disaster recovery solution with cloud technologies

    Increasingly, IT decision makers view cloud computing as an attractive technology for recovering servers after a disruption or disaster. They look to cloud-based Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) for its reliability, scalability and ability to dramatically reduce recovery point objectives (RPOs) and recovery time objectives (RTOs). In this interview,...

    Provided By IBM Australia

  • White Papers // May 2013

    Making Room for Innovation

    Managing increasingly complex communications and networking technologies can be a daunting task with less money, fewer skilled resources and greater pressure than ever before to keep things up and running. As a result, organisations are looking for new ways to tackle these problems. By looking at different sourcing options like...

    Provided By IBM Australia

  • White Papers // May 2013

    IDC Whitepaper: Leveraging the Network for Your Virtualisation and Cloud Initiatives

    Virtualisation is one of the most important trends reshaping the enterprise datacenter today. Driven by the desire to reduce server sprawl and consolidate enterprise applications on fewer physical servers, virtualisation is helping companies improve the utilisation rates of their IT server and storage resources, reduce operating costs in power and...

    Provided By IBM Australia