Small And Mid Sized

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Five criteria usually dominate storage purchase decisions in the small and midsized enterprise (SME) marketplace: product features and functions; cost; reliability; service; and support. Using these criteria, SMEs often find that their final shortlists of vendors include storage products from EMC and IBM. Find out what criteria your SME should use to choose between these two vendor?s offerings.
Related to Small and Mid-Sized: Electronic Distribution and Storage, IBM
Software validation is required by any company covered by the US Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act and 21 CFR Parts 210 & 211. Many small to mid-sized companies see this as an overwhelming task, but when approached in a logical manner, it does not have to be. This white paper will guide you through ten steps in making your validation run more smoothly and successfully.
Related to Small and Mid-Sized: Testing, ProcessPro Software
In today's market, companies need to make investments that really count. In this webcast, you will learn why investing in the right technologies and gaining more value out of IT assets already in place should be an important focus for small and midsized companies.
Related to Small and Mid-Sized: Economic Analysis, IT Asset Management (ITAM), Practices and Business Issues, Technology Tools and Methods, SAP
Where virtualization can offer small and mid-sized businesses significant benefits is not simply in server consolidation, but also with affordable business continuity. IBM, Intel and VMware are simplifying the transition to virtualization for small and mid-sized businesses with
Related to Small and Mid-Sized: Emulation and Virtualization, Server, Storage Management, IBM
Table of contents Abstract What do small and medium businesses need? A solution that is: Introduction to the small business market Security threats to small business What do small and mid-sized businesses need? Unified Threat Management (UTM) for small businesses saves money and time Unified Threat Management (UTM) for small businesses improves security Is UTM just the next passing fad? SnapGear security appliances for
Related to Small and Mid-Sized: Business Process Modeling, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Needs Analysis, Return on Investment (ROI), Exact
Find out how a document management system (DMS) can generate a significant return on investment (ROI) for small to midsized businesses (SMBs). The changes in technology pricing over the last 10 years have finally made it possible for SMBs to enjoy the same efficiencies provided by IT systems that large enterprises have enjoyed for decades. These advances in technology can now be applied with ease at the SMB level.
Related to Small and Mid-Sized: Content Management, Document Management, Return on Investment (ROI), Cabinet NG (CNG)
With limited IT budgets and resources, how can small to midsized companies effectively and affordably manage and secure their digital assets? Creative companies, with assets that are almost entirely digital, are especially concerned with effective data management. Explore options that can save time and money?and provide your creative companies with creative solutions for solving your digital file management problems.
Related to Small and Mid-Sized: Data Replication and Mirroring, Database Management System (DBMS), File Management, IT Infrastructure, Managed Data Network Services, SAN/NAS/RAID, Storage Management, Synology America Corp
Just because your company isn?t a major corporation with hundreds of offices and thousands of employees doesn?t mean you?re not under the same pressures to maintain access to critical information. But buying the same solutions as the major players in your industry can be expensive and unnecessary. Learn about next-generation data protection and recovery options specifically for small and midsized businesses (SMBs).
Related to Small and Mid-Sized: Archival and Disaster Recovery, Storage Management, IBM
Software as a service (SaaS) is known for its relative speed to implementation and low upfront costs for acquisition and deployment. As a result, SaaS is widely adopted for a variety of business and IT functions. Discover the advantages of moving to a SaaS model for improving business operations, and to better meet the challenges of growth, competition, and regulatory compliance faced by smaller and midsized businesses.
Related to Small and Mid-Sized: Software as a Service (SaaS), Software Selection, SAP
Virtualization is a key element of the IT strategy for businesses of all sizes, with a variety of benefits for small and midsized businesses. It helps them to build an IT infrastructure with enterprise-class capabilities and it does so with a form factor?and a return on investment (ROI)?that fits any business. Discover how your business can use virtualization to reduce costs, improve services, and simplify management.
Related to Small and Mid-Sized: Emulation and Virtualization, IT Infrastructure, Server, IBM
As with payroll before it, the actions of larger enterprises and early-adopters have made it possible for small and midsized businesses (SMBs) to benefit from accounts payable (A/P) automation and outsourcing. It?s important to recognize, however, that you now have several choices if you are an SMB leader that hopes to address this challenge. Find out more.
Related to Small and Mid-Sized: Anybill
Recent accounting scandals, highlighted by cases at Enron, Arthur Andersen, WorldCom, and Qwest, have emphasized the need for corporate governance, especially responsible corporate accounting. Not only must businesses use responsible accounting methods, but they must know that their methods are accurate. Small and mid-sized businesses must know the limitations of their current accounting software; understand the possible ramifications of system accounting balance failure; and take steps to guarantee the integrity, reliability, and accuracy of their systems. This white paper highlights the need to recognize problematic software accounting methods; minimize errors in account balance integrity, ledgers, and sub ledgers; and reduce the need for expensive rectification, to avoid serious legal ramifications.
Related to Small and Mid-Sized: Compliance Management/Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance, Blue Link Associates Limited
If you?re like most small to midsized business executives, your primary focus is on growing revenue and controlling company spending. However, you probably use paper-based processes to deal with company expenses. Without an automated system, you have limited ability to actively manage spending?and can only hope that spending decisions remain within budget and in compliance with company policies.
Related to Small and Mid-Sized: Accounting and Financial Management, Time and Expense Reporting,, Information, Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services
If you?re a decision maker in a small to medium business (SMB), you may be evaluating the need to implement business intelligence (BI) in your organization. But considerations about cost, IT resources, and implementation times can be intimidating. This white paper dispels some myths about BI in smaller companies and outlines the main options at your disposal.
Related to Small and Mid-Sized: Business Intelligence (BI), Data Mining, End-User Query and Reporting, LogiXML
This report identifies the major IT issues faced by small to midsized businesses (SMBs), including information silos, lack of IT staff, and outdated business applications. Because they lack the right information to meet customer expectations, SMBs have difficulty reacting quickly to fast-changing market dynamics and growing their revenue. Find out how the elimination of information silos can create a more consistent effective customer experience.
Related to Small and Mid-Sized: Accounting and Financial Management, Channel Management, Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Customer Service and Support, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Legacy, Networking, Operating System, Sales Force Automation (SFA), Supply Chain Management (SCM), NetSuite, Finance and Insurance, Manufacturing, Transportation and Warehousing
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