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Stopping the PhD Cybercriminal

The concept of intelligent containment of risk is an important approach to overall IT security. In today's environment, rapid and proactive containment of problems and breaches -- in addition to just trying to keep the bad guys out of your systems -- makes sense. To find out what other approaches to...

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The Faster, Cheaper Help Desk in the Cloud

One of the trends emerging in the cloud computing space is taking on IT service desk and incident management functions "as a service." A common data architecture and fast delivery benefits combine to improve efficiency, cost and results for IT support end users. For example, intelligent energy-manag...

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Automating Complexity Out, Efficiency In

Cloud infrastructure and hosted IT services provider Savvis has been able to automate out complexity and add deep efficiency to its operations using a range of performance, operations orchestration and Business Service Automation solutions from HP. Savvis has improved its incident resolution and spe...

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‘Need it Here, Need It Now’ Drives Capital Markets in the Cloud

As an early adopter of innovative cloud delivery and a groundbreaking cloud business model, we decided to go back and see how things have progressed at NYSE. We will learn now, a year on, how NYSE's specialized cloud offerings have matured, how the business of the financial services industry has rec...

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Software, Not Hardware, Defines the Data Center

In advance of the VMworld conference in San Francisco, Dana Gardner sat down with Steve Herrod, Chief Technology Officer and Senior Vice President of Research & Development at VMware. Their discussion hinges on the intriguing concept of the software-defined datacenter. We look at how some of the...

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Data Availability Challenges in the Age of Server Virtualization

Today, we'll examine how the era of major portions of servers now being virtualized, has provided an on-ramp to attaining data lifecycle benefits and efficiencies. And at the same time, these advances are helping to manage complex data environments that consist of both physical and virtual systems. ...

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An Intrepid Expedition Into the Wilds of Virtualization

The latest BriefingsDirect end-user case study uncovers how outerwear and sportswear maker and distributor Columbia Sportswear has used virtualization techniques and benefits to significantly improve its business operations. We'll see how Columbia Sportswear's use of deep virtualization assisted in ...

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Big Data and the Deep Blue Sea

A fascinating global ocean studies initiative helps best define some of the IT superlatives around big data, cloud computing and middleware integration capabilities. The Ocean Observatories Initiative and its accompanying Cyberinfrastructure Program aims to provide an unprecedented ability to study ...

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The Cloud: It’s Not Just a Technology – It’s a Catalyst

"The word 'cloud' gets thrown around a lot, but when I drill into the topic, I find that customers are really talking about services and integrating different services, whether they are on-premises, in the public cloud arena, or even that gray land, which is called 'outsourcing,'" said HP's Paul Mul...

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Hybrid Service Has Its Head in the Cloud but Keeps Its Feet on the Ground

The traditional understanding of cloud computing as segments of infrastructure services has undergone changes. "The converged cloud is really about three things for us," said HP's Paul Muller. "The first is having greater levels of choice. The key point ... is that you can't afford to live in th...

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Forging Trust Within the Supply Chain

Let's examine the latest efforts to make global supply chains for technology providers more secure, verified, and therefore trusted. We'll examine the advancement of The Open Group Trusted Technology Forum to gain an update on the effort's achievements and to learn more about how technology supplier...

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A New Day for ID Management

Let's examine the relationship between controlled digital identities in cyber risk management. Our panel will explore how the technical and legal support of ID management best practices have been advancing rapidly. And we'll see how individuals and organizations can better protect themselves through...

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The Cloud: Aggressive Adoption, Accretive Benefits

Many organizations have gleaned huge benefits from high degrees of virtualization and aggressive cloud computing adoption. Revlon and SAP are two companies that recently participated in a VMware-organized media roundtable event in San Francisco. The event, attended by industry analysts and journalis...

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Making IT Problems Solve Themselves

IT must do whatever it takes to make businesses lean, agile and intelligent. Modern support services, then, also need to be able to empower workers and IT personnel to maintain peak control of systems and to keep the applications, data and processes performing reliably at lowest cost. Not only are d...

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TOGAF and DoDAF: Enterprise Architecture’s Power Couple

How are governments using various frameworks to improve their architectural planning and IT implementations? Chris Armstrong, president of Armstrong Process Group, is here to help examine this question. He'll be one of the main speakers at The Open Group Conference in Washington, D.C., which begins ...

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The Supply Chain’s Weak Cybersecurity Links

Joel Brenner is the author of America the Vulnerable: Inside the New Threat Matrix of Digital Espionage, Crime and Warfare. He's also one of the main speakers at The Open Group Conference in Washington, D.C., which begins July 16. Joel is a former senior counsel at the National Security Agency, wher...

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The Infinitely Agile Cloud

Seven Corners, a travel insurance provider in Indiana, has created and implemented an agile and revenue-generating approach to cloud services. Seven Corners went beyond the typical efficiency and cost conservation benefits of cloud to build innovative business services that generate whole new revenu...

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Data Management: The Next Generation

Businesses clearly need a better approach to their data recovery capabilities -- across both their physical and virtualized environments. The current landscape for data management, backup and disaster recovery too often ignores the transition from physical to virtualized environments and sidesteps t...

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Keeping Your Head Above Churning IT Waters

The upcoming HP Discover 2012 conference in Las Vegas is both an exclamation point on the current enterprise IT climate of change as well as a neon signpost for HP's strategy and direction. Why is IT is at a crossroads? How is the very nature of IT being redefined as a result of such large and globa...

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The Networked Economy

Mediafly is a startup company that delivers cloud-based applications for content management and distribution on mobile devices for Fortune 500 companies. Through the Ariba Network, Mediafly gained insight and control over its cash flow and found new means of managing capital and in aiding its abilit...

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