Closing the Legacy Gap: Protecting Legacy Systems with FDE

Protecting your company’s data is not only wise, but often legally necessary. In order to beef up their data security programs, more companies are implementing full disk encryption (FDE). In the past, FDE was software based, which left it open to greater security risks. With the advent of new technology, however, it is now possible to migrate from software- to hardware-based FDE while still protecting your existing systems.

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Migrating Legacy End of Life IVR

Interactive voice response (IVR) systems bridge communication between enterprises and customers. When that bridge becomes outdated or nears its end-of-life, steps need to be taken and factors need to be considered to successfully update that crucial IVR system.

In order to make the best possible investment choice when considering a new cloud IVR provider, some key questions need to be asked. Is the IVR solution flexible? Does it support multi-channel customer interaction?

These... Read More

Decentralize Your Business Operations with Hosted VoIP Phone Systems

Phone systems are the communications lifeblood of all businesses, but can be limiting in several ways. This is certainly true for legacy telephony, where phone systems were not just expensive but inflexible. They did a great job with telephony service, but created a centralized environment that posed challenges for businesses looking to expand beyond their four walls.

The "Decentralize Your Business Operations with Hosted VoIP Phone Systems" guide explains how hosted voice over internet... Read More

Keeping Up with Production: How Agile Data Management Speeds Time to Market

Software development across industries is undergoing a constant revolution, driving toward more efficient processes, while data management is trapped with slow legacy systems. This document from Gleanster outlines how data as a service transforms data from drag to driver. Read More

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E-business is revolutionizing today’s business processes and transactions. In such a scenario of flux, maintaining legacy applications on staid, costly, and cumbersome mainframe systems is hard to justify. Organizations need to decide between the knowledge residing in their legacy applications and the performance potential of the latest technologies. Learn about the advantages of Web-enablement—as well as the pitfalls. Read More

Reducing Cost and Complexity in Legacy Systems

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