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Managing Enterprise Agility

Source: Attenda Limited
Real-time IT infrastructure promises to deliver services to businesses with the same availability as utilities. Cost reductions will be achieved through virtualization and consolidation. This white paper looks at the business drivers and technology advances that will provide the foundation for manageability of infrastructures across enterprise applications.


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Enabling Real-Time Sharing and Synchronization over the WAN
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