The implementation of new network technologies has increased our network security and performance but has also made network management more complex and costly. How can you overcome these difficulties without putting your network at risk? Read this presentation transcript and gain insight into modern management tools and best practices.
Most enterprises are now evaluating external clouds to offloadtheir dynamic IT workloads, including application development,testing, training, IT prototyping and ERP migration environments.This white paper explores the top ten requirements buyersmust evaluate to select the right cloud provider.
Access this resource to learn about going beyond Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) to Management-as-a-Service (MaaS) for industrialized, utility-based support of core applications. Discover how MaaS can help you optimize your application portfolio, identify inefficiencies, and ultimately enable more agile applications and reduce costs.
For IT departments, figuring out the cause of poor application performance can be a daunting task. This guide explores application aware network performance management, its common uses and the benefits of implementation.
When new platforms or technologies appear, data center managers must consider the impact on applications and drive the software development efforts that will keep their businesses competitive. Find out how a more efficient re-design can vastly improve an application's performance when run within a virtual machine.
This essential case study explores how one organization replaced their old green screens to an enhanced user interface with ASNA wings, an application modernization strategy. Learn about the unique advantages your business can gain inside.
When resources and budgets are constrained, IT executives must find ways to increase application capabilities and performance without increasing costs. View this resource to learn how performance management, software as a service (SaaS) is an alternative approach that avoids the up-front costs of buying the software.
Mobile Backend as a Service is a set of cloud-based, server-side mobile services for multiple platforms that can be used as a back end for your mobile apps. Find out how it can benefit you.
In this premiere issue of New Enterprise Desktop, you'll learn the ins and outs of application virtualization and how to apply it in the enterprise, as well as finding out how to categorize user groups and match them with the best desktop virtualization solution.