Retrofitting Data Centers

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Most data centers were never designed to be data centers. Organizations are struggling to put a "finger in the dam" to keep up with the speed of change, but budgetary restrictions are such that there is only so much a data center team can do. Learn ways to maximize your data center budget, and find out how unexpected savings in some areas can help cover expenses in other areas.

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Webinar: Expanding BI's Potential with Predictive Analytics

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Business intelligence (BI) is an essential decision-making tool. But it can do even more for you when you power it with predictive analytics. In this IBM TechTalk webinar, Jorge Garcia, senior BI and Data Management analyst at Technology Evaluation Centers, will show you how predictive analytics goes beyond traditional analysis of past and present data to help you "see ahead." Read More

Understanding ERP Deployment Choices

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Enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems were once deployed as monolithic systems running in local data centers. Today, there are a multitude of ERP deployment strategies: single-system, cloud-based, operational, peer, hybrid, and multilevel approaches. Advances in ERP system design, the advent of cloud computing, and the ongoing evolution of business are among the key factors driving this proliferation of choices. Read More

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