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  • Object Storage 101

    Physical storage systems come in three main types: block, file and object.  The biggest historical use has been block storage - but it has many issues that are coming to prominence as more data falls under global governance, risk and compliance (GRC) rules.

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  • The Need for Data Automation in Hyperion Financial Management

    Managing the financial processes within an organisation is a key requirement.  No matter if a company is held privately or is listed as a public company, there are many people who require visibility of what is happening at a financial level within the company, both on a periodic and ad-ho

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  • Managed Print Services Landscape, 2016

    This is the short version of a more detailed full report that covers each MPS vendor in detail.

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  • Geospatial Intelligence On The Move

    Mapping data has been used for a long time to help field workers in their day-to-day jobs.  However, with end user access devices, such as smartphones and tablets, now having advanced capabilities, it is time to look at how geospatial data can add further value to an organisation.

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  • Using IT initiatives to save money and reinforce green credentials

    Much of the content of an organisation’s website is relatively static. Even where content does change, much of it will still be accessed repeatedly by users between changes.

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  • A reference architecture for the IoE

    The internet of things (IoT) is a hot topic. Quocirca is seeing many problems in the way organisations are approaching the concepts surrounding the IoT and architecting a platform to fully support the influx of a large number of devices and data, onto that platform.

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  • Digital transformation: Bridging the paper and digital gap

    Recent Quocirca research highlights that the top business imperatives are focused on strengthening customer relationships, improving productivity and driving down costs.

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  • The trouble at your door - Targeted cyber-attacks in the UK and Europe

    The research presented in this report has a clear message; your organisation will almost certainly be the victim of a targeted cyber-attack at some point. There is a greater than 1 in 10 chance that this will lead to serious data loss and/or reputational damage.

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  • The collaborative and connected workplace

    Regardless of their size, businesses in today’s digital workplace have unprecedented volumes of content and information, which they rely on for every aspect of their operations.

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  • The myth of email as proof of communication

    Organisations are facing an increasing need to be able to show exactly what was communicated, to whom and when.  The ubiquity of email provides an ideal means of doing this, but it needs additional capabilities; to ensure that the email is stored in an immutable form and is timestamped, in a mann

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