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Performance Management Simplified by MSPs
IT infrastructure consisting of networks, servers, databases, and even parts of application systems forms a networked computing system (NCS) whose performance

utility computing newsletter  Management Simplified by MSPs Performance Management Simplified by MSPs J. Dowling - January 24, 2001 Introduction IT infrastructure consisting of networks, servers, databases, and even parts of application systems forms a networked computing system (NCS) whose performance must be actively managed to ensure continual business support. But the skills and tools necessary to ensure that network and server systems provide adequate levels of services and performance are expensive and scarce. Read More...
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Customer care and billing (CC&B) solutions typically support providers of utilities, telephony, cable, or other services providing companies. CC&B software includes functionality for mediat...
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Why Cloud Computing Matters to Finance
This Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) paper explores the benefits of transitioning from an on-premise financials system to the cloud. The paper reviews

utility computing newsletter  Cloud Computing Matters to Finance This Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) paper explores the benefits of transitioning from an on-premise financials system to the cloud. The paper reviews research conducted among 800 IMA members regarding their perceived benefits and risks related to moving financials to the cloud, including drivers around total cost of ownership (TCO); anytime, anywhere access; easy upgrades; and business process improvement. Read More...
Maximizing Mobile Worker Productivity
An increasingly mobile workforce offers many benefits. The right mobile and wireless technologies address the unique computing demands of mobile workers, and

utility computing newsletter  Mobile Worker Productivity An increasingly mobile workforce offers many benefits. The right mobile and wireless technologies address the unique computing demands of mobile workers, and help automate processes and boost return on investment (ROI). But to maximize mobile technologies, companies must blend their needs with those of the user and the job function. Learn about the challenges of implementing mobile applications—and how to overcome them. Read More...
Aligning Technology to Business Strategy: New Tools, Old Rules
Technology innovation continues at an incredible rate. Computing power, end user devices, networking and communication options, and software applications all

utility computing newsletter  Technology to Business Strategy: New Tools, Old Rules Technology innovation continues at an incredible rate. Computing power, end user devices, networking and communication options, and software applications all offer new capabilities and options unimagined even five years ago. But the challenge remains the same as ever: how to select technology investments wisely? By following some basic guidelines, a company can help ensure its technology investments support business direction. Read More...
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Fusion-io delivers the world@s data faster. Our Fusion ioMemory platform accelerates databases, virtualization, cloud computing, big data, and the applications

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Grid Computing Update: Pilots Move to Mainstream
We are now seeing a high level of uptake of grid computing, with pilots resulting in implementations. However, these implementations are based on advanced

utility computing newsletter  Computing Update: Pilots Move to Mainstream We are now seeing a high level of uptake of grid computing, with pilots resulting in implementations. However, these implementations are based on advanced clustering of single applications—and large-scale grid implementations covering an enterprise’s total IT infrastructure are still rare. The key to mainstream adoption may lie in a better understanding of the business value of grid computing. Read More...
In-memory Computing: Lifting the Burden of Big Data
Business data is growing at an unprecedented speed, and organizations of all sizes, across all industries, have to face the challenge of scaling up their data

utility computing newsletter  memory Computing: Lifting the Burden of Big Data Business data is growing at an unprecedented speed, and organizations of all sizes, across all industries, have to face the challenge of scaling up their data infrastructure to meet this new pressure. Advances in server hardware and application design have led to a potential solution: in-memory computing. Read Aberdeen's Analyst Insight report and see how in-memory computing can address two of the three Vs of big data. Read More...
Mainframe2 Offers Interactive Graphics as a Service
Mainframe2, an innovative startup in cloud computing and browser-based application distribution, has announced its support of new NVIDIA-based cloud instances

utility computing newsletter  Offers Interactive Graphics as a Service Mainframe2 , an innovative startup in cloud computing and browser-based application distribution, has announced its support of new NVIDIA -based cloud instances at Amazon Web Services ’ annual re:Invent 2013 conference. The Mainframe2 technology has been optimized specifically for the new G2 instance type, which features NVIDIA’s powerful GRID graphics processing units (GPUs). The new instance types, launched by AWS on EC2 last week, enable Read More...
Cloud Computing Forecast—50% Chance of 483s! 3 Things You Should Do To Weather the Storm
And unfortunately, many casual users do not understand the full impact of their actions in the new computing frontier called the cloud. For those in life

utility computing newsletter  Computing Forecast—50% Chance of 483s! 3 Things You Should Do To Weather the Storm Storm Clouds Forming Overhead The promise and benefits for life sciences companies of moving to the cloud are the same as in every industry: reduced CAPEX costs, more rapid deployment of technology, flexibility in meeting computing demands, and freed up IT resources allowing a greater focus on the company’s core competencies. The growing availability and easy access to cloud computing services on all stacks of the Read More...
Securing Data in the Cloud
When considering adopting cloud computing or software-as-a-service (SaaS), a question most potential customers ask vendors is “How secure will our data be in

utility computing newsletter  Data in the Cloud When considering adopting cloud computing or software-as-a-service (SaaS), a question most potential customers ask vendors is “How secure will our data be in your hands?” Customers are right to ask this question and should closely examine any vendor’s security credentials as part of their cloud/SaaS evaluations. This document is intended to give a broad overview of one vendor’s security policies, processes, and practices. Read More...
Ventyx-Utilities’ One-Stop-Shop Provider?
In 2012, there is still no such thing as a true “total solution provider” for energy and utility companies. These companies just have too many needs across the

utility computing newsletter  such as mining and utility T&D. Mincom also brings strong mobility solutions for EAM and specialty mining applications (e.g., exploration to outbound logistics, accounting, and sales) and stands as a decent enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. ABB management intends to maintain both solutions as best-of-breed offerings within the overall Ventyx solution set, enhancing their respective capabilities for their diverse target industries, and integrating around the common work flows and practices. What Read More...
Get Your Head Out of the Clouds: Cloud Confusing… I Mean Computing
Public Clouds and Hybrid Clouds,Private Clouds and Fluffy Clouds?That was the first thought that came to mind after attending this year’s IBM Rational

utility computing newsletter  a services based or utility-based model delivered by Cloud Computing is a compelling proposition to companies moving their IT budgets towards operational expenditures and away from the traditional high capital expenditures they have incurred in the past, IBM’s underlying message seems to be that businesses, at least large enterprises, may not be ready to let their precious corporate data reside in public cloud computing environments. With that in mind, IBM suggests that businesses need to have a Read More...
Windows Azure Cloud Computing Platform: Technology Partner selection Guide
Organizations today face fierce competition. One strategy for gaining a competitive edge is to look to advanced technological options focused on the core

utility computing newsletter  Azure Cloud Computing Platform: Technology Partner selection Guide Organizations today face fierce competition. One strategy for gaining a competitive edge is to look to advanced technological options focused on the core business. With the rapid adoption of cloud computing, organizations can take help from technology partners to cope with their technology requirements. Know the key points and get guidance for selecting a technology partner for Windows Azure cloud computing platform. Read More...
The Perfect Storm: Time to Review Client Computing Strategies
Server-based computing has been seen at best as a way to provide those within highly task-based environments with a controlled desktop environment. However

utility computing newsletter  Perfect Storm: Time to Review Client Computing Strategies Server-based computing has been seen at best as a way to provide those within highly task-based environments with a controlled desktop environment. However, changes in software, hardware, security, and management systems are driving the shift toward server-based computing being suitable for a larger proportion of a company’s user base. Learn how client-side computing can be more tightly controlled yet provide flexibility. Read More...
Cloud Assets: A Guide for SMBs-Part 2
The advent of cloud computing has brought with it many considerations and challenges for organizations looking to implement cloud services, which may be

utility computing newsletter  Respective Roles. Despite a utility-based billing, some vendors do charge per type of role/module attached to each user. As such, you need to provide vendors with a generic inventory list of your personnel (no names—just titles and respective functions) who will use the solution. Training. Knowing the number of users, the vendor will be able to issue a quotation for a training program on the new solution. It is advisable to get quotes for on-premise as well as remote training. Support. Request the cost Read More...

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