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The 5 Elements of Enterprise Agility
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One of the foundational reasons why these newly formed digital businesses see such a level of success is because they are designed to be agile from the bottom up. They have the ability to rapidly change and stay in tune with customer preferences and needs. For longstanding businesses to compete, they need increased agility that lets them innovate and respond equally as fast. This blog explores 5 elements that every enterprise must develop to ensure they keep winning in the digital era.

Posted by: on February 7th, 2017

Managing the “intersections” in a multi-sourced environment with SIAM
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While digitalization has become the synonym of transformation, and a focus of leveraging an eco-system of service providers, IT operations as well as IT vendor & sourcing leaders must reconsider the architectural approach as they are designing and building new services, combining internal/external towers across various teams that provide support.

Posted by: on January 10th, 2017

3 Things Digital Mindset Understands
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This blog explores what does digital really mean and 3 things that digital mindset understands: 1. Digital is different this time around. 2. Digital is more than technology. 3. Digital is differentiated by the platform you build.

Posted by: on February 22nd, 2016

Don’t Let a Vast and Complex Applications Portfolio Drag You into the Quicksand – Act Now
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As organizations continue to add Applications over a period of time, they acquire a vast, complex and bloated portfolio that becomes extremely cumbersome and difficult to maintain. It is quite common for an organization to continue supporting archaic or insignificant applications in the fear of disturbing the status quo.

Posted by: and on December 1st, 2015

Choreographer and Forward! Working Together
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John Keller introduces Choreographer and explains the Forward! platform has been added to Choreographer's supported environments. Those clients who have struggled to provision mission critical workloads in a efficient manner can now use the Forward! platform for its mission critical environment and use Choreographer to provision that in an automated fashion.

Posted by: on March 31st, 2015

Bimodal IT- Balancing Traditional IT and Innovation
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John Keller, Choreographer Leader, discusses how IT shops need to run both a traditional path as well as an agile path. One that fosters innovation.

Posted by: on March 31st, 2015

How to Really Move the Needle with Forward! 3.0
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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: on February 17th, 2015

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In these two videos Sowmya Murthy, Director of Marketing Technology Solutions, explains how Forward! by Unisys delivers what mission critical applications need in the Cloud, as well as how to grow and support your mission critical applications and Big Data solutions with Forward!.

Posted by: on October 24th, 2014

Unisys Is Well Positioned In the Marketplace
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Rob Cashman, VP Mission- Critical Solutions and Services, compares the competition’s vision with the Unisys roadmap that is readily available to move mission-critical applications to x86 as a migration from Unix.

Posted by: on July 15th, 2014

Making Your Applications People Critical
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Today’s ‘always on always connected enterprise’ is teeming with different users not just in terms of demographics but more specifically in terms of roles and IT needs. How do you offer the most relevant applications and cater to the unique role requirements of your users?

Posted by: on July 14th, 2014

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