In this week's Computer Weekly, we look at how artificial intelligence is being used to automate existing jobs, such as IT administrators and customer service agents. Capital One's European CIO talks about how to create an agile business. And we offer tips on how to deal with an Oracle software audit. Read the issue now.
This e-guide from SearchVirtualDesktop.com details the top four reasons to deploy virtual desktops, including lower desktop support costs and application security improvements. Plus, gain expert insight from Brian Madden to learn how to sell desktop virtualization to traditional desktop admins.
Managing close to 80 physical servers with limited technical resources can quickly become a challenge for any organization. learn how USM's IT team turned to Red Hat's 'Satellite' to provide a reliable, advanced, open source systems management solution to ease their systems management challenges.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we examine what reform of the UK's banks will mean for financial services IT strategies. We also look at the problems of software licensing when moving to desktop virtualisation, discuss how to make sense of cloud computing, and provide part three of our guide to business intelligence. Download the new issue now.
With support for IBM DB2 for z/OS Version 8 retiring in April 2012, customers will have the option to skip a level and upgrade straight to DB2 10. This e-book is designed to help customers decide whether they are a good candidate to make this leap and provides best practices for planning an effective migration strategy.
Software licensing is full of complexity and factors outside your control. Having accurate information is the best strategy for managing vendors, negotiating with them, and avoiding vendor audits. This paper offers insight to enter conversation...
The business benefits of the IP transformation are numerous. First of all, as you reduce the number of actual networks, you save on software licensing costs, air conditioning and power. Less people are also required because rather than operating many silo networks in standalone mode you now have a common network.