Three Easy Tips That Can Cut IT Downtime by 50 Percent

Many large, sophisticated enterprise IT environments still suffer from preventable critical failures. To keep the infrastructure up and running, IT departments must constantly monitor servers, applications, and services—task that have become essential over the past 10 years. Learn about the most common infrastructure problems, and discover simple and proactive measures you can take to cut downtime by over 50 percent.

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Cut Datacenter Costs Like AWS: Managing the Economics of Your Virtualized Data Center

The average datacenter is 50% more costly than Amazon Web Services. As cloud economics threaten the long-term viability of on-premise data centers, the survival of IT organizations rests solely in the ability to maximize the operational and financial returns of their existing infrastructure. Download this white paper and follow these four best practices so you can survive: maximize the efficiency of your virtual data center, optimize workload placement within your clusters, reclaim unused server... Read More

Model Driven BPM: How BPM Enables a Higher Level of Business Agility

Enterprises have to demonstrate business innovation while being responsive to customer wants and needs in today’s competitive marketplace. Business process management (BPM) software can help companies to streamline and optimize business processes for increased efficiency and reduced downtime.

Organizations using BPM can increase ROI and achieve operational excellence through reengineering business processes with the help of BPM software.

Model driven BPM is the next wave in enterprise... Read More

Beyond Engagement: The Definitive Guide to Employee Surveys and Organizational Performance

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Employee engagement surveys have grown in acceptance in the last 10 years because organizations believe they can leverage employee engagement for higher employee retention, greater customer satisfaction, and improved financial performance.

It’s estimated that three of every four large firms in the United States survey their employees. Worldwide research by IBM reveals that surveys are more common in large organizations: 72 percent of organizations with more than 10,000 employees regularly... Read More

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