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  • The case for business transformation

    There is no point making changes just for their own sake, but in challenging markets and uncertain economic conditions, where competitive threats can emerge from anywhere and established markets can disappear almost overnight, businesses need to be able to be flexible and prepared.

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  • Delivering business transformation

    Some might think it involves handing a seemingly unending flow of budget resources to a burgeoning team of external consultants for nebulous results, and past experience of business process engineering specialists might justify this thinking, but it isn't necessarily right.

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  • Tips and tools for building an effective online presence

    A look at how social media, analytics, cloud and mobile access are important considerations for businesses in all sectors when planning an online presence.

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  • The Reinvention of Lexmark

    Lexmark’s new brand identity marks its strategy to establish its credibility as a serious player in the enterprise software market.

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  • In the court of King Consumer

    Consumerisation is not going away any time soon and is set to continue to reverberate throughout the B2B channel in 2015

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  • Samsung’s bold ambitions to transform the office

    At its recent press event in Monaco, Samsung outlined its latest plans to expand its foothold in the enterprise printing market.

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  • Is your website fit and secure for King Consumer?

    The owners of business to business (B2B) websites could learn from their consumer (B2C) facing counterparts.

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  • Buyer's Guide - The demise of Windows 2003

    Windows Server 2003 is now approaching end of life - yet millions of servers around the world are still running this 12-year old operating system.  There are many options available to those running Windows 2003 - but which one is right for you?

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  • Buyer's Guide - Software Defined Everything

    SDN, SDS, SDC, SDDC - terms that all denote that something is being "software defined".  Is this an unstoppable move to an abstraction of all IT intelligence from the hardware to the software levels?  What are the pros and cons of a software defined data centre?

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  • Backup and disaster recovery in the age of virtualisation

    The increasing use of virtualisation means that there are more options for backup and disaster recovery. Ultimately, better business resilience is achievable at ever lower costs.

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