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Storage system administrators are constantly battling with growing volumes of data. But can you create more space-efficient storage? You can. With a data virtualization solution like NetApp Snapshot, administrators can create point-in-time copies of data volumes?consuming only a fraction of the space normally required. Find out how using data virtualization tools can help reduce your ongoing data storage management costs.
Related to Point in Time: Application Server, Business Intelligence (BI), Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS), Content Management, Data and Application Distribution, Data Center Equipment, Data Management and Analysis, Data Warehouse, Database Management System (DBMS), E-mail Management, Electronic Distribution and Storage, File Management, Network Management, Networking, Operating System, Storage Area Network (SAN), NetApp (Network Appliance), Finance and Insurance, Information, Manufacturing
This enables you to dial back to any previous point in time to recover from a data loss incident.
Related to Point in Time: Backup (Software and Processes), IT Infrastructure, Security, IBM
Restore options include: Restore Database This method restores the original database in-place, recovering the database volume to its state at a certain point in time.
Related to Point in Time: Archival and Disaster Recovery, IT Infrastructure, EqualLogic
Management should determine the most appropriate business practices and processes for its business at a point in time, and select a product that supports these.
Related to Point in Time: Regulatory and Compliance, SAP, Educational Services, Management of Companies and Enterprises, Management, Scientific, and Technical Consulting Services
A highly available IT infrastructure is a critical success factor for businesses in today?s fast moving and ?always on? economy. But the traditional approach to building high availability infrastructure is expensive to implement and rarely meets user?s service level expectations. Learn how technologies available in the Oracle Database 11g can help you avoid costly downtime and recover quickly from unavoidable failures.
Related to Point in Time: Archival and Disaster Recovery, Data Center Equipment, High-Availability Design and Implementation, IT Infrastructure, Oracle
Isnt it cheaper to hire a consultant? Consultants can be a great resource, but their work is usually focused on a penetration test, which simply finds vulnerabilities at a single point in time.
Related to Point in Time: Decision Making, Network Security Monitoring, Security, Software Selection, Vulnerability Scanning and Assessment, Qualys
An effective traceability system involves determining which product and manufacturing process attributes to collect and maintain?and deciding when during the manufacturing process to begin collecting those attributes. Do you begin with raw material attributes from the supplier, at inspection, at assembly, at shipping? Explore the many facets of meeting product traceability challenges using automated data collection.
Related to Point in Time: Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Radley Corporation, Manufacturing
Dashboards and reports provide at-a-glance information to sales executives and managers on performance at any point in time.
Related to Point in Time: Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Customer Service and Support, Field Service Management, Help Desk and Call Management, Lead Distribution Management, Marketing Automation, Sales Force Automation (SFA), Sage
Driving sustainable growth requires profitability-focused planning and performance management. Most companies have some type of profitability reporting?but many are investing a lot of effort to produce this information. And the limitations to the information companies currently compile may have a significant impact on decision making. Learn how automating profitability reporting can help your company improve decisions.
Related to Point in Time: Business Intelligence (BI), Data Management and Analysis, Decision Making, Management Practices, Practices and Business Issues, Strategy, SAP
Minimized procedural complexity means that administrators are less likely to miss steps or take short cuts that may increase the risk of an incomplete recovery of data at any given point in time.
Related to Point in Time: Access Control, Archival and Disaster Recovery, Asset Management, Communications, Infrastructure, and Transportation Planning, Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS), Data Management and Analysis, Development, Electronic Distribution and Storage, Encryption and Key Management (PKI), Extraction, Transformation, and Loading (ETL), IT Asset Management (ITAM), IT Infrastructure, IT Monitoring and Management, Language, Network Management, Network Monitoring, Network Security Monitoring, Networking, SAN/NAS/RAID, Security, Storage Management, Tape Storage, Technology Tools and Methods, VPN, Extranet, and Intranet, Vulnerability Scanning and Assessment, CipherMax, Finance and Insurance, Health Care and Social Assistance, Information, Manufacturing, Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services
If risks are not managed, a company valuation will likely be affected at some point in time.
Related to Point in Time: Access Control, Desktop or Workstation, Encryption and Key Management (PKI), Enterprise Asset Management, Human Resources, Identity Management/User Provisioning, Middleware, Security, Workstation, SECUDE International AG, Finance and Insurance, Health Care and Social Assistance
Briefly put, budgeting is a way to understand the business at a point in time, while planning is a process for obtaining a forward view of the business, one that adapts to changes in market conditions, customer behavior, and resource availability.
Related to Point in Time: Accounting and Financial Management, Budgeting, Financial Planning, and Analysis, Business Intelligence (BI), Business Performance Management (BPM), Data Management and Analysis, Data Mining, Data Warehouse, Enterprise Performance Management (EPM)/Balanced Scorecard, IBM
Users can also run the entire process application as it existed at a specific point in time, including models, rules, services, data, and forms.
Related to Point in Time: Business Process Management, Technology Evaluation Centers
The data returned to the query always reflects the state of the database (including all committed transactions) at the point in time at which the query was submitted regardless of what other updates may be occurring while the query is running.
Related to Point in Time: Business Intelligence (BI), Data Management and Analysis, Data Mart, Data Mining, Data Warehouse, End-User Query and Reporting, Oracle
The CMMS/EAM should allow quick and easy configuration at any point in time, to meet the specific needs of any given user among a diverse and ever-changing pool of stakeholders over the longer term.
Related to Point in Time: Asset Management, Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS), Decision Making, Enterprise Asset Management, Plant Equipment Maintenance, Software Selection, Vehicle/Fleet Maintenance, Infor
 
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