Assessing the Impact of Poor Requirements on Companies

To accurately assess the impact that requirements have on businesses, IAG surveyed over 100 companies. What they found was that less than one-third were properly equipped to define their software requirements, and that suboptimal requirements consumed around 41.5 percent of the IT development budget. Find out what it takes to ensure your organization doesn’t fall on the wrong side of this business requirements equation.

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Cutting-edge technologies such as LTE and 4G networks are transforming the way employees communicate, and VoIP services are being adopted by an increasing number of organizations. The challenge for companies today is finding a VoIP solution that best meets business needs, budgetary constraints, and technical requirements. This report can help companies narrow down their options quickly and efficiently, through four simple steps. Read More

Counting the Cost of Network Efficiency

It is hard to quantify the costs of poor network or application management, but they include lost productivity due to time spent fixing problems and increased capital and operating expenses. But when creating IT budgets, organizations need to consider the impact of investment in network and application management on overall revenues. IT efficiency should be a priority item for any corporate agenda, and executives need to understand that the network is not only a core part of what their organization... Read More

Reducing the Burden of Regulation, Legal Hold, and Discovery Using Delphix Live Archive

Your company is subject to legal obligations to preserve and produce detailed point-in-time records of your business in response to regulations or orders from courts. Companies often meet these burdens with data archiving, however, poor data archiving can lead to non-compliance with regulations. This document looks at Delphix's Live Archive, which can build a condensed copy of a data source that can be accessed on demand and quickly while also bookmarking data sources to restore any application,... Read More

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