If adopting cloud applications on a piecemeal basis is causing management challenges for your staff, it might be time to consider a turnkey solution that brings them together in one place.
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Kusnetzky Group clients often speak to us about their need for scalability, reliability, management, and security. They also report the challenges they face when considering cloud computing, the use of Big Data and analytics to better understand their customers' needs and how to safely and effectively support both their own staff and customers using today's smartphones and tablets. IBM says System z is up to the challenge
Mid market companies face the same challenges as do larger organizations. They don't, unfortunately, have the luxury of having a large IT staff to make sure that their complex systems perform well. Kaseya believes that its Traverse, a software as a service management and monitoring offering can bring things under control.
A two-year workforce survey is driving a democratic redefinition of KPMG’s culture on the back of an 82% staff participation rate and social-media analysis that’s challenging traditional notions of management control.
Government agency unveils a mobile device management plan where staff will be required to install a smartphone app deactivating functions such as Internet connectivity and the camera, to prevent data leaks.
If CIOs are looking at government data management and security policies to set an example, they should think again. Despite a series of NSA leaks, the U.S. Dept of Defense allows 'thousands' of staff to use portable storage drives.
Nokia is currently in the process of implementing a mobile device management offering from AirWatch, which will impact around 25,000 staff members globally.
HP joins the rush to offer mobility-management services with a cloud launch that offers staff secure access to corporate data and software from their mobile devices.
When staff bring their own devices to work or use them in the field, it creates a number of management and security issues. Cortado believes its business services for cloud environments can solve those problems.
Singaporean organizations cite lack of multi-skilled staff able to work in both arenas and easier management as reasons for division between IT and analytics departments.
The Fair Work Ombudsman has launched a prosecution against the director of Compliance & Competency Management for underpaying IT staff and violating several workplace laws.
Nokia on Thursday announced the latest in a series of shake-ups of its business. The latest overhaul sees the company cutting staff, selling off its luxury phone unit Vertu and rejigging its management.
ANZ has entered into an agreement with Capgemini, to employ the IT services company for testing and environment management services globally, a move that will mean 360 staff moving into Capgemini.
As executives and staff bring Macs into the enterprise, IT administrators need tools to bring the Macs under management control. MokaFive believes its "Mac in Minutes" tools make the integration easy.
Replacing manual staff password management with a self-service reset at Optus has reduced the inherent security risk of staff sharing passwords, according to Siva Sivasubramanian, Optus' head of information security.
Faces API makes it possible for IT to delegate management of local resources to nearby staff members. Why did they change from GPL V2 to Apache 2.0?
CA and IDG study indicates that cloud computing is redefining IT's role to that of supply-chain management and require IT staff members to acquire more business skills.
Platform ISF 2.1 improves use, breadth of private cloud management, sets stage for use of public cloud efficiencies
IT organizations should look for tools that can address the various cloud usage scenarios without demanding excessive investments in management infrastructure or staff support.
Salesforce.com yesterday revealed that Telstra had for the past year been using its Ideas software-as-a-service application to bring good staff ideas to management.
Australia's largest telco is to cut a further 950 staff, most of those affected will be executives and middle managers in capital cities.