IT White Papers,
Technology White Papers DEFINITION: A white paper is an article that states an organization's position or philosophy about a social, political, or other subject, or a not-too-detailed technical explanation of an architecture, framework, or product technology. Typically, a white paper explains the results, conclusions, or construction resulting from some organized committee or research collaboration or design and development effort.
Definition continues below.
In this research study, Gartner provides a step-by-step approach to choosing the right EMM or MDM solution for your company. Read more to learn how you can break through the flooded market of EMM/MDM providers and find exactly what you need to succeed.
This white paper explains how one EMM solution provider dominates the competition. Read more to learn how you can take your business mobility strategy to the next level and realize all of the major benefits of a mobile workplace.
WHITE PAPERS DEFINITION (continued): Several versions of Webster's indicate that the term arose within the past few decades in England to distinguish short government reports from longer, more detailed ones that were bound in blue covers and referred to as "blue books" (not to be confused with the blue books used when taking college exams). A shorter government publication providing a report or position about something was bound in the same white paper as the text - hence, "a white paper." In information technology, a white paper is often a paper written by a lead product designer to explain the philosophy and operation of a product White Papers definition sponsored by SearchSOA.com, powered by WhatIs.com an online computer dictionary
TechTarget provides enterprise IT professionals with the information they need to perform their jobs - from developing strategy, to making cost-effective IT purchase decisions and managing their organizations' IT projects - with its network of technology-specific Web sites, events and magazines