Commercial bots: When bots mean business

The majority of bot traffic visits your website with various types of threats – hacking, account takeovers and content theft among them – but they can also hide unexpected business opportunities.

A large category of bots can potentially be transformed into paying customers. This whitepaper from DataDome reveals how you can protect your users, protect your infrastructure and your business, and generate new revenue with the same tool.

By DataDome, 08 November 2017, 0 comments Categories: Software

The Data Genomics Index: The real makeup of storage environments (Francais)

This whitepaper from Veritas brings together a community of like-minded data scientists, industry experts, and thought leaders with the purpose of better understanding the true nature of the unstructured data that we are creating, storing, and managing on a daily basis.

Note: this resource is in French. If you would like an English language copy, visit here. 

By Veritas, 30 May 2017, 0 comments Categories: Big Data, Software, Storage

The Data Genomics Index: The real makeup of storage environments (Deutsch)

This whitepaper from Veritas brings together a community of like-minded data scientists, industry experts, and thought leaders with the purpose of better understanding the true nature of the unstructured data that we are creating, storing, and managing on a daily basis.

Note: this resource is in German. If you would like an English language copy, visit here. 

By Veritas, 30 May 2017, 0 comments Categories: Big Data, Software, Storage

The six golden rules to training health industry employees (Fran├žais)

You could have the world's best instructors, access to bleeding edge technology and course materials that would grace Harvard - but if you're taking the wrong approach to training employees then it will still end in failure.

This whitepaper from Blackboard assesses the most important approaches to training health industry employees, and how a cloud-based content system could be of benefit.

Note: this paper is in French. If you would like an English language version, please visit here.

By Blackboard, 16 March 2017, 0 comments Categories: Enterprise, Industry, Software

The six golden rules to training health industry employees

You could have the world's best instructors, access to bleeding edge technology and course materials that would grace Harvard - but if you're taking the wrong approach to training employees then it will still end in failure.

This whitepaper from Blackboard assesses the most important approaches to training health industry employees, and how a cloud-based content system could be of benefit.

By Blackboard, 15 February 2017, 0 comments Categories: Enterprise, Industry, Software

Why more and more organisations are adopting network virtualisation

The ‘iron’ of routers and switches has been the backbone of the enterprise for decades. But in recent years, high profile companies have challenged long-held ideas of what makes a network strategic and powerful.

Leaps in agility, flexibility, security, efficiency and scalability are only possible when you abstract or virtualise network services and decoupling them from hardware, as this paper from VMware explains.

By VMware, 24 June 2016, 0 comments Categories: Software, Virtualisation, VMware

Analysing the future for storage

There is still a perception within IT that the move to an all-flash array storage platform will be far too expensive to carry out at any speed, and that they should wait until the natural ageing of existing magnetic spinning disks reach the end of their useful life. But the question should not just be around cost, but around the risks and value to the business of moving to the next platform.

This resource from Quocirca and Kaminario examines the key theories and comparisons between traditional disk-based and all-flash storage.

By Kaminario, 06 January 2016, 0 comments Categories: Software, Storage

Utilising cloud to keep communications strong as the business changes

Why, at a time when top CIOs are listing cloud, mobile, infrastructure and data centre in the top five investment priorities for 2015, are so many businesses sticking with on-premise or hosted solutions to manage their internal communication systems? And how flexible are they when a business has to cope with change?

Outdated technology can’t adapt to changes in environment. This whitepaper from Thinking Phones assesses how when change is required, the internal communications cannot be disrupted.

By Thinking Phones, 03 November 2015, 0 comments Categories: Software, UnifiedComms