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Published By: HP     Published Date: Dec 05, 2014
An IDG Connect survey of 300 enterprise organization decision makers involved in hardware investment decisions reveals the challenges and opportunities that lay between the old style of IT characterized by cost-cutting and infrastructure silos, with the new style of IT driven by the technology trends of Mobility, Cloud and Big Data. These trends have created a significant increase in business expectations that will press IT organizations to rethink their economics, service delivery and business performance. This paper highlights voice-of-the-IT-buyer research results for insight on the challenges and opportunities for IT organizations to drive innovation, transformation and improved delivery against business expectations.
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Published By: HPE     Published Date: Feb 11, 2015
An IDG Connect survey of 300 enterprise organization decision makers involved in hardware investment decisions reveals the challenges and opportunities that lay between the old style of IT characterized by cost-cutting and infrastructure silos, with the new style of IT driven by the technology trends of Mobility, Cloud and Big Data. These trends have created a significant increase in business expectations that will press IT organizations to rethink their economics, service delivery and business performance. This paper highlights voice-of-the-IT-buyer research results for insight on the challenges and opportunities for IT organizations to drive innovation, transformation and improved delivery against business expectations. Intel, the Intel logo, Xeon, and Xeon Inside are trademarks or registered trademarks of Intel Corporation in the U.S. and/or other countries.
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Published By: Epson     Published Date: Feb 03, 2020
For many decades, technology purchases focused on the speeds and feeds of hardware and the features of software or services. The goal, then and now, was to buy the right product. But as technology becomes an indispensable part of how we work or learn every day, the criteria used in making a buying process have to change to include all of the elements of the ownership experience. When it comes to multifunction printers (MFPs), print speed matters, but if the product is unreliable, difficult to manage, expensive to operate, or otherwise problematic to use every day, it’s not a good choice. This buying guide explains how to expand the scope of your evaluation process to ensure not only that you choose the right product, but also that the product will be a pleasure to own and use. InfoTrends estimates that a typical printer will be used for four years1. If an organization purchases a device that costs a lot to own or requires constant intervention, it’s a problem that doesn’t go away quic
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Published By: MemSQL     Published Date: Nov 15, 2017
FREE O'REILLY EBOOK: BUILDING REAL-TIME DATA PIPELINES Unifying Applications and Analytics with In-Memory Architectures You'll Learn: - How to use Apache Kafka and Spark to build real-time data pipelines - How to use in-memory database management systems for real-time analytics - Top architectures for transitioning from data silos to real-time processing - Steps for getting to real-time operational systems - Considerations for choosing the best deployment option
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Published By: Dell EMC     Published Date: Dec 01, 2017
A common misconception about hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) is that because data services are software-defined, the hardware doesn’t matter. It’s easy to see why—the software driving HCI solutions such as the Dell EMC XC Series (in this case, Nutanix software) is exceptional. It efficiently manages data and communications across a cluster of nodes and storage tiers, keeping the cluster and virtual machines (VMs) up and running, delivering optimal performance and availability. Software-defined infrastructure is changing the way data services are delivered, making companies more efficient and agile, and reducing costs. Download the study to learn more about the latest trends. Intel Inside®. New Possibilities Outside.
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