This expert guide discusses the latest features of Server Message Block 3.0 (SMB 3.0) for Windows Server 2012. Additionally, learn how to set up scale-out file servers and ensure you receive the maximum benefits of this Microsoft upgrade.
To truly embrace mobility, businesses need to communicate with all kinds of devices, regardless of model or age. In this solution brief, explore five principles that will help you address the challenges of exchanging data in real-time with mobile devices.
Legacy messaging technologies lack the performance and flexibility necessary to support today’s computing environments. Attend this webinar to learn how Informatica’s Ultra Messaging technology can help realize up to 10x performance improvements over legacy messaging solutions while dramatically reducing costs and improving deployment flexibility.
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.
Read this transcript of the 'Considerations for IT' podcast to learn why companies have chosen Google Apps to improve their IT infrastructures. Learn which technical and business factors drove one company to adopt this technology. Determine how this technology can be used in your IT environment to improve Web application performance.
The collaboration client that was previously named BlackBerry® Instant Messaging for Novell® GroupWise® Messenger is now named the BlackBerry® Client for Novell® GroupWise® Messenger.
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.
This white paper introduces one company's portfolio of online services, including scalable and security-rich email, web conferencing, and social collaboration, that can help to improve employee responsiveness and effectiveness in support of social business.
This paper explains how social networking and the next generation of handheld devices will improve business decision-making through efficient, unified communications and location awareness.