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  • Use Predictive Analytics to Help You Capitalize on Business Moments
  • 05 Mar 2015
  • The disruption that digital business brings will drive unforeseen events such as new competitors, products and services that will threaten business performance results. Predictive analytics are critical to providing warnings of decreased performance. They enable the right action or decision to be made to avoid an undesirable outcome, yet few organizations use them. This webinar provides examples of predictive analytics that you can use to avoid disruption and capitalize on digital moments.
  • Mobile World Congress 2015: Gartner Post-Event Commentary
  • 10 Mar 2015
  • This webinar discusses Gartner's take on key events, announcements and findings from the 2015 Mobile World Congress, which took place March 2 - 5 in Barcelona. We separate the hype from the reality on what we saw, heard and discussed at the worlds largest event on all things mobile.
  • Bimodal IT: How to Have It All Without Making a Mess
  • 11 Mar 2015
  • IT organizations must combine a conventional approach to enabling change with an approach that lets enterprises deal with the greater uncertainty, and be more exploratory, responsive and agile. We look at what bimodal is, why it is a crucial capability for IT and the enterprise, and how to make it work.
  • The JavaScript Republic: An Aerial Tour
  • 11 Mar 2015
  • The exotic zone known as the Modern Web has mostly stabilized. We take an aerial tour of a region littered with lessons learned from the past and strange tools never before seen in the enterprise. Learn why this popular ecosystem exists, and how it can make your teams productive.
  • How to Survive the Shifting Age of Smart Machines
  • 12 Mar 2015
  • Applications in the coming era of smart machines and the Internet of Things will be radically different from today's cutting-edge mobile apps. The user experience also will be different, dating current user interfaces. This webinar gives you the information and tools you need to survive the coming shift.
  • Mobile Apps Are Different: Best Practices in Mobile Development
  • 12 Mar 2015
  • Mobile apps are much more focused and targeted than desktop apps, and they have to accomplish tasks quickly. The proliferation of mobile devices will only accelerate, especially with the addition of wearable technology. All of these factors make mobile apps very different than traditional desktop apps, and development and operations teams need to be prepared to change the way they approach app dev to address mobile. Learn best practices that you should employ to ensure successful mobile app development.
  • Down to Earth: Bringing Clouds Together as a Broker
  • 17 Mar 2015
  • Many private clouds will become hybrid, and enterprise IT organizations will move beyond hosting and managing IT capability to also managing IT services sourced elsewhere - especially with multiple cloud providers. Infrastructure and operations will take a primary role in changing the IT role from provider to broker. The key to success will be accelerating and adding business value as an intermediary.
  • Will ODM and Open Compute Initiatives Challenge DC OEMs?
  • 17 Mar 2015
  • Original design manufacturer (ODM) companies are rapidly changing their business models to directly target hyperscale customers, which is creating challenges for OEMs. Gartner projects that ODMs direct x86 server shipments will account for 16% of global x86 server shipments by 2018. Community based development initiatives such as OCP and Project Scorpio are further fueling this disruption.
  • Workplace Reimagined: Four Scenarios to Help Visualize the Future
  • 18 Mar 2015
  • What will your future workplace look like and what do you need to do today to prepare? We asked contributors from around the globe to share their ideas about how work is changing and what the workplace will look like in 10 to 15 years. Using this crowdsourced input, we created four scenarios that explore two critical uncertainties: operating models and smart machines.
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