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  • The mobile print enterprise, 2015

    Mobile devices are transforming business productivity. For many, the workplace is no longer defined by the traditional office; employees are now accessing corporate applications, data, and services from multiple devices and locations every day.

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  • WAN Speak Musings - Volume VIII

    A further collection of Quocirca's blogs written for Silver Peak's WANSpeak site.

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  • WAN Speak Musings - Volume VII

    The ongoing series of Quocirca's blogs for Silver Peak's WANSpeak site includes a look at streaming analytics, the use of MDM, why your network cannot work as you expect it to (and a workaround for the problem), job title inflation at the C-Level, how technology can help to save democracy through

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  • Neither here nor there?

    Safeguarding cloud and mobile data security without undermining flexibility

    The use of mobile technologies in the enterprise has grown significantly, but complete organisational control has weakened with the rise of employees’ consumer awareness, choice, and a desire to bring your own device (BYOD).

    With a multiplicity of mobile options for both personal and business use, management of the key corporate asset – data – becomes critical. While the use of cloud based services and storage augments and complements mobile flexibility while giving enterprise IT some semblance of control, this too has been subject to ad hoc adoption and needs to be considered carefully to ensure precious data is correctly managed and secured.

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  • Channels to MPS in Europe, 2014

    A review of European channel-led managed print services programmes

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  • Bridging the big data divide

    Part II – The discussions needed between IT and the business

    Your business is completely dependent on its electronic data. However, due to the way that the business has grown over time and the way that technology has changed continually, much of this data is now spread around in silos of storage with diverse capabilities. As the big data era takes hold, it is time to sit down with the business and sort out what IT can do to provide a fully supportive data platform for the future.

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  • Masters of Machines - Business insight from IT operational intelligence

    Operational intelligence from the collection and analysis of machine-generated data has often been used purely for the monitoring and management of IT infrastructure, applications and security. However, such data can also provide invaluable new commercial insight into the way a business is performing and enable systems to adjust to customer demand and preferences in real time. This requires tools for the collection and analysis of machine data and interfaces that can open it up to business as well as IT managers.

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  • Quocirca Managed Print Services Landscape, 2014

    This report examines the competitive landscape for MPS and discusses the key market drivers and trends that will shape future generation MPS engagements.

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  • What keeps your CEO up at night? The insider threat: solved with DRM

    The insider threat, the problem of legitimate users accidentally or intentionally leaking confidential data, is one that many organizations have been complacent about to date. However, awareness is increasing about the threat itself and the shortcomings of ‘traditional’ security tools for mitigating the insider threat. This has led to an increasing interest in digital rights management (DRM), a technology that protects the data itself.

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  • Managed Print Services in the Cloud

    The office workplace has undergone a dramatic change in recent years. The key trends of mobility, BYOD and the cloud have driven users to expect more rapid access to corporate applications and services. The traditional IT delivery model is adapting to support these requirements, with businesses increasingly turning to cloud computing and managed services, attracted by the cost and efficiency benefits.

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