If your organization is considering deploying a new portal or migrating from one solution to another, IBM can help you make an educated and benefits-focused decision. This evaluation guide takes a scenario-based approach to help you navigate the portal decision criteria based on your current business priorities.
Organizations with growing volumes of data are using the Enterprise Content Management capabilities in SharePoint to gain a strategic advantage. Find out how to get the most out of SharePoint's ECM functionality to take your organization to the next level.
Learn the performance challenges that IT departments face with feature-rich, high-volume corporate intranet portals and discover simple ways to improve response time by as much as 30% for a better overall user experience.
This white paper outlines the potential integration options between IBM WebSphere® Portal and IBM Mashup Center software. Organizations can implement these integration options to achieve greater flexibility while lowering costs.
This in-depth resource explores how a lean portal can help your organization trim the operational fat and deliver the kinds of experiences that customers crave. Read on to learn key differences between lean portals and suites, and uncover the benefits of "going lean."
The way we work is changing with the exponential emergence of new technology. In this 15-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at the potential of DNA storage, how we can benefit from quantum computing in the future and the role of software in business development.
In this week's Computer Weekly, the digital chief at Audi UK discusses how the car maker is tackling the slump in new car sales. One of the largest global malware botnets has been taken down, but how much of a blow will it be for cyber criminals? And we hear how one county council made huge savings on its SAP installation. Read the issue now.
The more systems become remote, the less secure they are. On face value a huge cliché – or truism - but sadly actually true. And sadly, for those running networks, something that is going to be truer – or more clichéd – as remote working continues to proliferate in the new normal of the hybrid mode of working.