Adopting Service-oriented Architecture Increases the Flexibility of Your Enterprise

Time was, information technology (IT) systems lasted much longer. Organizational restructuring was uncommon, as business did not really require it. However, with ever-shrinking business cycles, IT must now be capable of quickly adapting to changing business needs. That’s why present-day IT systems must be built to change—and services-oriented architecture (SOA) may just hold the key.

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Field Service Management Software for Enterprise Companies

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As a field service organization grows both in size and complexity, management needs to determine where the company falls on a continuum between basic and advanced field service management (FSM) needs. This whitepaper examines how business and technology needs change as the size and sophistication of the organization increases, and discusses FSM software strategies to meet the challenge. Read More

Linked Enterprise Data: Data at the heart of the company

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Taking Hybrid WANs Further

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Enterprise Service-oriented Architecture from a Business Perspective: Differentiate, Accelerate, and Simplify Your Business

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To survive in today’s global marketplace, companies must develop a competitive advantage. Your business can thrive with the help of enterprise service-oriented architecture (SOA). With the ability to implement business strategies more quickly, this greater flexibility will help your new business processes and empower your information workers—giving your company long-term growth and an ongoing competitive advantage. Read More

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