Ensuring your wireless email and other data is secure anytime, anywhere is a challenge. OneBridge 5.5 can help you deliver vital data over any connection, to any device or using Lotus Domino.
This Microsoft Lync Server 2010 solution architecture manual contains possible configurations that can be used to architect your Lync 2010 infrastructure. Samples can serve as a blueprint for organizations with similar requirements. Each organization’s requirements can differ greatly and include items not accounted for in these configurations.
Social technologies, commonly called Web 2.0, were originally used to describe consumer technologies that enable groups to organize and share information and media. But enterprises quickly caught on to the value of these easy-to-use tools for capturing and sharing ad hoc information that may otherwise not be documented.
Review this white paper to explore the latest architectural improvements in Exchange Server 2010 along with the sizing and server role considerations for this upgrade. In addition, learn more about deployment models and example hardware options.
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This white paper reviews the key steps necessary to implement a transactional email marketing campaign. It also recommends methods to ease the pain of implementation while improving the results.
This Forrester Consulting white paper examines the total economic impact and potential ROI that companies may realize by deploying Oracle Universal Content Management, a systematic approach of managing structured and unstructured content.
UT Dallas’ Center for Children and Families has been conducting a study on adolescents’ social networks and their impact on development. To assist in data collection, the team chose BlackBerry® hosted solution from Ceryx based on its ability to provide a controlled environment for their research.
This issue demonstrates how to change default Outlook Web App settings and why you shouldn’t skip the tedious process of documenting a server migration project. Also learn the five critical elements you'll need to have in place before you plug in your first virtual machine.