Friday, December 7, 2012

Client Virtualization - The Path to the Instant-On Desktop

Today, as mobile devices proliferate and more employees demand to use their personal devices in the workplace, the situation is becoming untenable. Client virtualization is the way to get there. This white paper explains what client virtualization is and how it can enable simpler, optimized and more flexible desktop management in today's enterprise. It also offers an overview of the trends driving adoption of client virtualization and offers tips on what to consider as you evaluate the technology options.

Sponsored by HP and Intel® Xeon® processors.

Intel, the Intel logo, Xeon, and Xeon Inside are trademarks or registered trademarks of Intel Corporation in the U.S. and/or other countries.

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Thursday, December 6, 2012

An Introductory Guide: How to Use Twitter for Business

42% of Twitter users follow brands or companies -- is your business one of them?

Maintaining an effective Twitter presence can be a powerful part of your business' marketing strategy. To help businesses interested in mastering the basics of Twitter, they've put together a complete explanation of how to use Twitter for business.

Used successfully, Twitter can help you develop and promote your brand, interact with your fan base, monitor conversations about your company, promote thought leadership, and much more.

Download their comprehensive eBook to learn, step-by-step, how to tackle Twitter as a business tool. Specifically, this guide will teach you:
  • The basics, such as Twitter-specific vocabulary
  • 6 ways to set up and optimize your public profile
  • How to use Twitter for business through marketing

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Wednesday, December 5, 2012

The IT Decision Makers Guide to the Cloud

Panelist Information: Andrew Jaquith, CTO, Perimeter E-Security

Duration: 1 hour 7 minutes

Description: Cloud computing is this year's hot new sports car -- and lots of companies are kicking the tires. It's easy to understand the appeal. By moving essential but undifferentiated services such as email and sales automation to the cloud, enterprises can focus on their core missions. But with concerns about security, privacy, and compliance, enterprises are too often keeping their foot on the brake pedal.

Key questions answered include:
  • How can effective security serve as an enabler?
  • What are the key characteristics you should look for when evaluating cloud platform providers?
  • What is the role of “private cloudâ € services?
  • What security and performance guarantees should you demand, and which can you expect?

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