IT Today: BYOD Challenges Defined, Don’t Cut UC Cutting Corners, Detecting Application Bottlenecks

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The Four BYOD Integration Challenges

Careful planning across all involved interest groups will deliver a straight forward strategy to adopt BYOD.

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As with an IT project, you cut corners in a UC deployment at your own peril. So be careful.

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A visual walk through the history of Intel processors from the early 1970s to today.

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Moore’s Law In Pictures: An Illustrated History of the Microprocessor

Consider the orders of magnitude (and sheer manufacturing prowess) required to morph the very first 4-Bit microprocessors into the multicore powerhouses we use today.

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Video: The Business Case for Cloud Computing

What business processes you should and shouldn't place up in the cloud.

Sponsored: Blade Servers Cut IT Costs

IDC study finds a high correlation between blade platform adoption and lower per user infrastructure costs among a wide range of businesses.

A Crash Course in Network Performance Monitoring: A Manager’s Guide

Networks are the backbone of IT service delivery. So when the network experiences problems, application performance can suffer.

VIDEO: Threat Prevention: Exactly What Is It?

We look at three sets of threat prevention products that will protect your environment at different levels of enterprise IT.

Ultramobility Isn't Just for Mobile Devices

The benefits of taking unified communications mobile.

Moving From SQL Server to Windows Azure SQL

Windows Azure SQL Database an appealing cloud-based alternative for those more concerned with business processes and applications than maintaining backend storage systems.

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Learn about Unified Communications and training opportunities in this growing area so vital to business success.

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