Video is more powerful than ever, but the challenge lies in gaining control over creation, production, and distribution. The time has come for a single cloud-based platform that automates time-consuming and costly tasks, simplifies workflows, and enables rapid asset delivery.
In this eGuide, InfoWorld and Network World present some fixes needed to get the network ready for the IoT revolution, what to consider as organizations shift more business-critical applications to the cloud, how personalized online content is changing internet performance requirements, the importance of your website or online content being reachable and more.
Improving customer experiences has replaced operational efficiency gains as the top objective in customer care executives' agendas. This Aberdeen report details how "best-in-class" firms are achieving greater customer retention and annual growth as a result. Discover more in the report now.
This webinar will discuss how to utilize the five key technologies of mobility, cloud, collaboration, enterprise social, and business intelligence to deliver a platform that delivers a set of disruptive solutions to the status quo that can create important competitive advantage.
As enterprise organizations move to adopt digitization, leveraging technologies of the Third Platform, the impact on enterprise networks will be profound as they contend with balancing business and technology forces. More importantly enterprises have concerns with supporting and managing new architectural models and operating practices that new IT workloads require.
This whitepaper outlines the 5 key benefits of a winning mobile app strategy, and new ways retailers can effectively leverage mobile technology as a competitive advantage.
As organizations strategize to best support their dynamic workforce, there are some important technologies trends that IT should have on their radar so projects don't sneak up on them. Learn how IT can prepare for Windows 10, Office 365 and more.
Work today is increasingly digital. Business performance is therefore largely contingent upon enabling the digital workforce, which, in addition to employees, may also include contractors, suppliers, and part-time or seasonal workers.