Backup vs. Business Continuity: Using RTO to Better Plan for Your Business
In this white paper, we’ll discuss what’s at stake when it comes to not just protecting, but also managing, your data (hint: your business). We’ll explain why it’s important to think in terms of business continuity rather than simply data backup. And we’ll look at how to calculate the all-important Recovery Time Objective (RTO) and Recovery Point Objective (RPO).
Apple iOS Security Whitepaper
This document provides details about how security technology and features are implemented within the iOS platform including iPhones and iPads. This white paper helps organizations combine iOS platform security technology and features with their own policies and procedures to meet their specific security needs.
5 PC Hardware Innovations that Pay Off for Business
Refresh cycles have been extended for many companies over the last few years. Just because a PC still works, doesn’t mean it’s providing maximum business benefit. From significantly faster processors and lower cost SSDs, to improved security and lighter-weight devices, read the compelling arguments for expediting your PC refresh cycle.
A Strategy for moving IT into the era of cloud computing
In the Dell point of view, the cloud represents both the natural evolution of the data center and the future of IT service delivery. It’s a strategy that allows your organization to reinvest and reinvent the way you deliver IT services to drive better business results.
The Future of IT: A Customer First Approach
IT is embracing this new world of consumerized technology, with a focus on its own employees as internal customers. Explore how customer-first policies can make use of social, mobile and cloud technologies to give workers the freedom and flexibility they desire to drive company productivity.
Cloud Governance: Questions Boards of Directors Need to Ask
Cloud computing is gaining momentum. As cloud offerings gain maturity, cloud service providers are becoming more competitive. To achieve the benefits of cloud computing, adoption drivers must be aligned with enterprise goals and objectives, and business and cultural factors must be favorable for adoption.
What Does Friction Between Business and IT Cost your Organization?
Exploring Business and IT Friction: Myths and Realities,” outlines key issues that cause friction between business users and IT, such as:
– Gaps in customer satisfaction and the perceived value of services
– Inadequate IT support, which decreases productivity and revenue
– Lack of communication and ownership in how business users and IT work together to identify service levels and technology needs