This in-depth webcast, presented by Daniel Galecki, a software veteran and IT asset management guru, covers the IT transformation from a cost center to an IT service broker, and explains why analysts agree that chargeback is critical to the success of your cloud projects.
This brief, two minute video will teach you about a single-platform IT service management (ITSM) solution that provides flexible deployment options, reduces IT costs, improves service delivery, and more.
Access this resource to learn how to optimize operations, performance, analytics, automation and delivery of your IT services in today's complex on-premise, hybrid and cloud environments. You'll be able to select from a wide array of content in different media formats to help you make smarter decisions now and for your organization's future.
View this webcast to learn about an operations log intelligence program that enables you to easily collect, centralize, archive and search your log files. Watch now for a brief demonstration of this software and explore the many benefits it can offer your organization.
Are you in need of a solution that provides end-to-end management across your entire infrastructure? Find out how EMC and Microsoft have teamed up to create a solution that addresses these issues.
Posted: 28 Nov 2007 | Premiered: Dec 5, 2007, 09:00 EST (14:00 GMT)
Access this webcast today to listen as Darren O'Loughlin, CSO for Dimension Data's global business enabling IT as a Service, shares strategic objectives for securing applications and workloads on an enterprise-class cloud.
In this on-demand video case study, learn how the right technology partner enabled grocery store retailer TOPS Markets to seamlessly migrate its IT infrastructure during the busy retail season. Tune in to learn more now.
The pressure is on for IT to become more agile, and while many organizations have responded by leveraging cloud and automation, the promise of seamless service delivery often goes unfulfilled. In this webcast, discover a better approach to automation that takes inspiration from the manufacturing world -- IT as an "assembly line."