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Get on the Grid: Utility Computing
The latest business model in licensing is the utility (on demand) computing and associated pricing. Sometimes called

utility computing trends  on the Grid: Utility Computing Utility Computing Traditional enterprise software product licensing is being replaced with more creative hosted or managed software as service models. The latest business model is utility computing and associated pricing. Sometimes referred to as grid computing, this on-demand model is a trend that has captured the attention of technology heavyweights including IBM , Hewlett Packard ( HP ), Oracle , and Sun Microsystems . Functioning on concepts similar to common Read More

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MPS in European and US Enterprises
The printing environment is now an integral part of the IT infrastructure. Organizations that use managed print services (MPSs) are seeing reduced cost and

utility computing trends  security and end-point management Utility computing and delivery of IT as a service IT delivery channels and practices IT investment activity, behaviour and planning Public sector technology adoption and issues Integrated print management Through researching perceptions, Quocirca uncovers the real hurdles to technology adoption—the personal and political aspects of an organisation's environment and the pressures of the need for demonstrable business value in any implementation. This capability to Read More
PLM as a Strategic Weapon: An Underlying PlanetPTC Live 2011 Theme - Part 1


utility computing trends  gave an example of utility meters going from primarily a mechanical design to primarily a software design. Moreover, software components are by far the most serviceable parts of many products that change much more often than their mechanical counterparts (from physical wear and tear). PTC has not only noticed the trend but has decided to become a trendsetter in the market by forking out US$300 million for MKS Inc . in May 2011, and the company’s market-leading Integrity product for embedded software Read More
Business Solutions of the Future
The future is tomorrow’s present. Many have tried to predict it using silly or scientific methods, from chiromancy (palm reading), aleuromancy (fortune cookies)

utility computing trends  with the clouds: their utility and efficiency will eventually be stronger than the fear of losing data. They already exist and the biggest in the world has 150 locations and will store 150 million gigabytes (GBs) every year, or 100 GBs every four minutes. We will probably have sufficient space for the data, but what about its security? According to a study from Oracle, twenty percent of IT managers think that data security breaches will happen at their organizations in the next year. And the main threats Read More
Trends in Delivery and Pricing Models for Enterprise Applications: Pricing Options
The licensing and delivery of enterprise software products is undergoing a fundamental shift from traditional up-front fees to incremental, per-transaction, and

utility computing trends  Part Two will discuss utility computing. Part Three will detail the effect of the transition on vendors. Part Four will cover software as a service business model and make user recommendations. Different Pricing Options Since fewer than one in four enterprise application projects deliver workable solutions that last six years or more, clients are increasingly wary of committing huge sums of money before obtaining a measurable return on investment (ROI). Moreover, to level revenue streams, vendors have Read More
2011 Trends Report: Unified Communications
As a set of products that provides a consistent, unified user interface and experience across multiple devices, unified communications (UC) is poised to become

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IFS Bucking the Trends - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series analyzed the current upbeat state of affairs of IFS, a public business software company (listed on the Stockholm Stock Exchange

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2011 Trends Report: Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
Find out in guide to quickly fill you in on the 2011 Trends Report: Enterprise Resource Planning .

utility computing trends  Trends Report: Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) 2011 Trends Report: Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) What are the top trends in ERP for 2011? Find out in guide to quickly fill you in on the 2011 Trends Report: Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) . You'll learn where ERP is heading: everything from cloud computing and vendor accountability, to collaboration tools and more to help you plan effectively for the future. Eight top trends. Five expert opinions. One easy way to learn what's in store for ERP Read More
SAP In-memory Appliance (SAP HANA): The Next Wave of SAP In-memory Computing Technology
Download this datasheet to get a rundown of SAP HANA's functionality and the benefits it can provide for your business.

utility computing trends  In-memory Appliance (SAP HANA): The Next Wave of SAP In-memory Computing Technology Download this datasheet to get a rundown of SAP HANA's functionality and the benefits it can provide for your business. Read More
ERP: Origins, Developments, and Trends
ERP first developed as a form of inventory control and later grew to link disparate bodies of information together from across the enterprise. Now, ERP

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Staying Aloft in Tough Times: Why Smart, Innovative Businesses Are Turning to Cloud Computing
Demand for business expansion, profitability, and an enhanced user experience is accelerating the move to cloud computing. Cloud answers the enterprise’s need

utility computing trends  Aloft in Tough Times: Why Smart, Innovative Businesses Are Turning to Cloud Computing Introducing IBM Smart Business cloud solutions. Whether you choose to use clouds built behind your firewall, or the IBM cloud, these secure workload solutions provide superior service management and new choices for deployment. Source: IBM Resources Related to Staying Aloft in Tough Times: Why Smart, Innovative Businesses Are Turning to Cloud Computing : Cloud Computing (Wikipedia) Staying Aloft in Tough Times: Wh Read More
Food and Beverage Industry Trends and Issues
Food and beverage manufacturers and distributors supplying major supermarket retailers share many common business challenges. The customers—powerful and

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The Issue: North American Mid-market IT Outsourcing Trends
The challenges of doing business in today’s economic climate are the same for mid-market companies as they are for larger corporations. The mid-market, however,

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Trends in IT Needs, Purchasing, and Strategy
Is there a tension between the people authorizing IT spending in your company and those determining the needs? The roles of each C-level position, combined with

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A Partner-friendly Platform Provider Discusses Market Trends
A background of Progress Software notes the vendor’s product line-up, and some of the benefits companies find by using Progress platforms and infrastructure

utility computing trends  Partner-friendly Platform Provider Discusses Market Trends TEC’s article series soliciting vendors’ input on a number of provocative market trend questions and observations showed Infor and IFS as the first two to respond (see Two Stalwart Vendors Discuss Market Trends ). The series has since received much attention and reactions from readers and vendors alike. The next in line to voice its valued opinions was Progress Software Corporation (NASDAQ: PRGS), a Bedford, Massachusetts, (US)-based provider Read More

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