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  • Tell the Story With Business Value Dashboards
  • 31 Jul 2014
  • Demonstrating business value remains a challenge for most I&O leaders. Business value dashboard (BVD) success requires an alternative approach to common performance and productivity metrics reporting. BVDs hold promise for I&O teams to clearly demonstrate their positive impact on business priorities.
  • What Your Network Security Will Look Like in 2018
  • 31 Jul 2014
  • We take you ahead in time to what your network security will and won't be like in the not-so-distant future of 2018 and points between then and now. With many network security safeguards having five-year life spans, the decisions you are making now are already affecting 2018.
  • Digital Revolution
  • 05 Aug 2014
  • There is a sea change happening in technology and in business. That change is starting to revolutionize the global economy. The world in 2020 will be a far different world than today's. So what will happen in the next five years? This session covers the rise of digital business: what it is and why it is important now. We discuss how companies are starting to build their own digital businesses to create the type of competitive advantage that can dominate markets for years and about the technology engines that will propel digital business. We focus on the reality of how to leverage digital business as digitalization becomes complete.
  • Web-Scale IT: Bringing the Cloud to the Enterprise
  • 05 Aug 2014
  • Large cloud services providers, such as Amazon, Google, Netflix and others, are able to operate at a speed and scale usually not found in a traditional enterprise. Gartner coined the term web-scale IT to put a label on the concept of the way that enterprises can emulate many of the IT service delivery capabilities of the leading cloud firms. In this presentation, we review the concept of web-scale IT and discuss the ramifications for traditional enterprises.
  • Apps in the Cloud: Survival for Data Management Professionals
  • 06 Aug 2014
  • Moving business applications to the cloud can have a profound effect on the IT department. Data management technical professionals need to understand how cloud computing is affecting their roles and responsibilities and how to build a strategy for staying relevant.
  • Is Your Network Relevant in the Era of the Nexus of Forces?
  • 06 Aug 2014
  • The Nexus of Forces is bringing about profound changes in how individuals and organizations communicate. The Internet of Everything will generate massive amounts of data that must be collected, analyzed and distributed to a workforce that is increasingly distributed, mobile-linked through social, as well as organizational, contexts. In this world, the concept of a hub and spoke enterprise network is obsolete. This webinar enables you to transform your network before the Nexus of Forces makes it irrelevant.
  • Getting to Benefits Realization: What to Do and When to Do It
  • 07 Aug 2014
  • The strength and clarity of enterprise strategy strongly influences executive perception of IT value. This presentation describes the steps enterprises must take to transform their IT project portfolios into explicit, highly valued mechanisms for coherent execution of enterprise strategy.
  • Getting the Most From SharePoint: On-Premises or Online
  • 12 Aug 2014
  • Many enterprises have made investments in SharePoint, and a growing number are looking to do so in SharePoint Online in Office 365. This webinar discusses the strengths and weakness of SharePoint so you can deliver clear benefits to your business.
  • European Channel Trends for Technology Provider Channel Leaders
  • 12 Aug 2014
  • The accelerated speed of business is in direct conflict with the speed at which the indirect channel in Europe has been able or willing to respond and transform. Providers that rely on partners as a key component of their go-to-market model will see that the IT channel will look very different three to five years from now.
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