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Winning with Mobility

Organizations have become global, 24/7 operations. Time zones are merging, Teams are seldom based in the same location. Employees spend more time away from their offices. This post discusses how to overcome such challenges to achieve the potential of mobility.


Posted by: ITSM Editor on 02/27/15


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Internet-Scale Computing

As more and more companies develop at Internet-Scale, new methods to monitor, analyze and manage these application will have to emerge.


Posted by: Michael Salsburg on 02/26/15


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Orchestrating the Future of Service Delivery and Fulfillment

The service-oriented enterprise is undergoing a revolutionary evolution, shifting from providing technologies through limited setup channels to an environment pairing the end-user with services tailored for their work habits.


Posted by: Andrew Harsch on 02/24/15


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Bimodal IT and Modern Mission Critical Computing

If you haven’t heard the term “Bimodal IT” before don’t fret; this is a term that has only recently come to some prominence. However, mastering “Bimodal IT” will be the imperative to success for IT shops in the coming years.


Posted by: John Keller on 02/24/15


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More than Security: Four Other Factors to a Successful Cloud Strategy

When developing a cloud strategy, banks should consider these 4 key factors in addition to security.


Posted by: Colin Lacey on 02/23/15


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What is Applied Service Management? … And How Do I Go About Getting Me Some

We've heard about the need for IT to solve issues before they become incidents. Read about Unisys concept to Service Management with our Applied Service Management approach.


Posted by: Andrew Harsch on 02/19/15


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6 Things You Can Do Better in Pursuit of Modernizing IT

Andrew Harsch focuses on six key areas where IT organizations can work to improve, adjust and transform themselves into a new, more modern and market focused organization.


Posted by: Andrew Harsch on 02/18/15


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How to Really Move the Needle with Forward! 3.0

Your organization looks to IT for more than keeping the lights on and applications running. Wanted is innovation to mobilize the workforce, web enable old applications and find the hidden insight from a big data implementation.Your resources are stretched to keep operations running. You are pressed to reduce cost out of the datacenter. What is IT to do?


Posted by: John Kunzier on 02/17/15


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7 Things IT Can Learn From Marketing

Andrew Harsch reflects on IT from a marketing perspective to learn from and adapt marketing best practices and tricks as IT becomes more market and service oriented.


Posted by: Andrew Harsch on 02/11/15


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On Being Engineers: Deploying Systems

Poor quality deployment will degrade an otherwise well-constructed system. It matters that rigorous engineering standards are applied to the activities involved: initial installation and ongoing operation, providing resilience, and handling updates and new releases.


Posted by: Peter Bye on 02/11/15


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