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ALSO CALLED: Adaptive Organization
DEFINITION: An adaptive enterprise (or adaptive organization) is an organization in which the goods or services demand and supply are matched and synchronized at all times. Such an organization optimizes the use of its resources (including its information technology resources), always using only those it needs and paying only for what it uses, yet ensuring that the supply is adequate to meet demand. The adaptive  … 

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Breaking the Disk Barrier: In-Memory Databases
sponsored by Sybase, an SAP company
WEBCAST: In-memory database technology is emerging as a key means of boosting performance in mainstream IT applications. Carl Olofson from IDC discusses how an in-memory database strategy can provide better high speed, high volume data management for your applications. ASE's new In-memory Databases Option is also described. Watch this webcast to learn more.
Posted: 15 Jun 2010 | Premiered: Jun 15, 2010

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Mission Critical Services
sponsored by Hewlett Packard Enterprise
WEBCAST: In this webcast you will learn how Mission Critical & Proactive Services help you improve availability, reduce risk and increase service management.
Posted: 01 Dec 2008 | Premiered: Nov 26, 2008

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Hewlett Packard Enterprise
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