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Adopt an Information Classification Approach for Risk Mitigation and Regulatory Compliance
Classify your information to ensure that the appropriate protective controls are implemented in a cost-effective manner. Doing so helps to ensure that information assets are properly secured against inadvertent errors and targeted attacks, and it demonstrates a commitment to regulatory compliance. Request Access >
Storage Resource and SAN Management in 2012
The storage resource management (SRM) and storage area network (SAN) management markets are evolving, and new types of vendor offerings will serve the market by 2012. Users looking to create a strategic relationship with SRM product vendors face two general alternatives. Request Access >
How to Select the Right Approach to VoIP
Enterprises considering voice over IP must choose among a confusing array of technology and service options. This research divides major scenarios into the most popular categories and provides guidance for choosing the best solution. Request Access >
8 Critical Forces Shape Enterprise Data Center Strategies, Part II
The majority of large IT organizations will have to review their enterprise data center strategies during the next two years. A significant number of issues need to be considered when mapping out such a strategy. We have codified these dynamics into eight critical forces and encourage users to consider the impact of these changes to their IT ecosystem. Request Access >
Evaluating IBM, Microsoft, Oracle and SAP Business Application SOA Strategies
Service-oriented architecture (SOA) is not an absolute, but it is a matter of degree. Most business applications will be SOA-enabled through "veneer." Although these veneers will provide SOA benefits of better integration (with disparate business application products and new technologies), the big benefits of SOA, such as business process flexibility and model-driven development, will come from new solutions that are "native SOA." Using the criteria from "Criteria for Evaluating a Business Application Vendor's SOA Strategy," Gartner evaluates the three largest providers of packaged business applications. Request Access >
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