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Join us for this LIVE event! Thursday, February 5, 2015 10 AM (PST) / 1 PM (EST) Productivity is no longer enough. Today, growth means pushing strategic innovation initiatives acro...
Once you identify your target audience, the next step is to devise marketing plans for various social media sites. Here are helpful hints on developing strategies for LinkedIn and ...
Security is more important in the healthcare setting than many other industries. Breaches of patient data can result in HIPAA violations and government investigations. Breaches of ...
Thoran Rodrigues says you can be a cloud enthusiast, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't recognize its weaknesses. Ignore the hype and prepare for some problems, as you would with ...
Migrating from a traditional processing capability with a static design to more fluid, cloud-based computing increases the level of resiliency needed to sustain business operations...
The vSphere host memory usage alarm is a good indicator of when the host starts to swap memory on disk. If the alarm needs to be dismissed automatically, learn how to do so for a l...
Implications Of Resource Planning, Innovation And Learning For Work Processes And Performance Management
This paper focuses on the implementation issues associated with the innovation of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) to achieve innovative large-scale change in organisations. If i...
This paper presents tools of Six Sigma for Telecom Industries; these can achieve powerful operational improvements that produce sustainable business benefits. Six Sigma Qualtec's d...
Gartner has identified its top technologies for 2011. Larry Dignan explains the rationale behind those choices and shares his thoughts on their viability and impact.