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Published By: IBM Software     Published Date: Feb 03, 2012
Read this in-depth Aberdeen Group report, based on responses from 117 executives of successful companies, to find out how best-in-class businesses are proactively managing these challenges. You'll learn these techniques for optimizing maintenance and operations-and more.
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asset management, software, ibm, technology, operations, maintenance, optimization
    
IBM Software
Published By: ScriptLogic     Published Date: Oct 12, 2010
According to Gartner Research and IBM, software applications traditionally require maintenance agreements costing 10 to 30% of the license cost per year. Understanding these costs, and having the tools to manage them is the basis of Software Asset Management. ScriptLogic Asset Manager is a complete and cost-saving software asset management solution for effectively managing total software costs and utilization.
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scriptlogic, software asset management, software license, tracking, automation, system center configuration manager, sccm, virtual application
    
ScriptLogic
Published By: IBM Software     Published Date: Jul 06, 2011
Active IBM Software Subscription and Support can help ensure that your licensed software deploys smoothly, runs efficiently and continues to keep pace with the ever-changing demands of your IT and business users.
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middleware, saas, s&s, reduce risk, uncover savings, improve processes, software investment, software subscription and support, software maintenance, software maintenance renewal, passport advantage, passport advantage express
    
IBM Software
Published By: IBM     Published Date: Aug 08, 2012
While economic recovery is clearly in process, your capital and operational budgets are still extremely tight. At the same time, your maintenance organization is being pressured to take a stance of zero tolerance toward safety incidents while reducing maintenance costs and minimizing asset downtime. Read this in-depth Aberdeen Group report, based on responses from 117 executives of successful companies, to find out how best-in-class businesses are proactively managing these challenges. You'll learn these techniques for optimizing maintenance and operations-and more: creating a culture of collaboration among teams across your enterprise; empowering decision makers with appropriate, highly accurate metrics; and leveraging predictive management and analytics to manage assets throughout their life cycle.
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ibm, technology, software, asset performance management, economic recovery, operational budgets, capital, asset management, maintenance cost
    
IBM
Published By: Flexera     Published Date: Feb 19, 2019
As the technology landscape grows and evolves with new devices, new software, and new platforms, keeping tabs on an organization's IT assets is a moving target. How can you gain accurate visibility of software assets to drive strategic and financial decisions that impact finance and reduce security risk? A commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of Flexera shows the potential return on investment for a Data Platform customer. Through their research, Forrester found that customers achieved a 302% ROI with their investment, with payback within months by benefiting from multiple use cases throughout the organization in the following areas: -Cost savings from reduction in licenses -Avoided increases in licenses from audit activities -Hardware maintenance savings -Improved productivity -Reduced effort for divestiture activities Get the full study to learn how your business can benefit from Flexera solutions.
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Flexera
Published By: HP     Published Date: Mar 15, 2013
This white paper covers all the factors that comprise an ROI model for comparing blades to rack servers, including power usage, cabling, software licensing and maintenance. Don't miss this opportunity to learn how blades can help you save on the TCO.
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blade servers, building business case, hp blade, business case, tco, total cost of ownership
    
HP
Published By: SugarCRM     Published Date: Jan 07, 2015
The way companies use and pay for customer relationship management (CRM) software has changed significantly over the past decade. Moving from a predominantly perpetual license-based system, where companies paid a large up-front sum and then smaller annual maintenance fees, CRM software providers are now moving towards monthly or annual subscription fees to access CRM software on the Internet.
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crm best practices, crm software, customer data management, customer experience & engagement, customer relationship management (crm), lead generation, lead management, lead nurturing, lead quality, lead scoring, sales automation, sales channels, sales force automation, sales management
    
SugarCRM
Published By: K2     Published Date: Jan 07, 2016
We’re experiencing a data explosion. By 2020 the data we create and copy annually will reach 44 trillion gigabytes.1 As this data disseminates into the workplace, companies add hardware and software systems to store, protect and manage it all. While data can help solve business problems, data is most helpful when it reaches those who can use it. Companies need to build Microsoft SharePoint apps that integrate with other line-of-business (LOB) systems so users can take full advantage of this data explosion. But the reality of creating apps that integrate data across organizational systems presents an intimidating challenge. To integrate multiple isolated data sources into an application that transforms data into useful information requires technical expertise, coding and ongoing maintenance. Integration also raises security and governance concerns. So it’s no surprise that only 47 percent of SharePoint users have connected their SharePoint apps with other systems.2 As a result, nearly
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microsoft sharepoint, data integration, security, sharepoint solutions
    
K2
Published By: IBM     Published Date: Jan 02, 2014
Buy-and-hold strategies can actually add costs to the datacenter, as systems age in place. Not only do hardware maintenance and software maintenance fees rise, over time – but the aging of applications also costs the organization money. Investing in a transition from POWER5 to POWER7 resulted in a return on investment (ROI) of more than 150 percent over three years.An insightful and and compelling discussion by IDC that reviews the primary reason for maintaining current systems -- Return on Investment. IDC studied IBM Power Systems sites that remained on the POWER5 platform long after its initial introduction in 2004. When comparisons to the succeeding generation of POWER7 are made, customers have found that the increase in scalability and performance of POWER7 systems, combined with a reduction in server "footprint" size and overall electrical requirements, resulted in significant reductions in ongoing costs, or opex, per 100 end users supported.
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ibm, idc, server transition, server alternatives, business value, operating costs, hardware platforms, server life cycles, hardware maintenance, software maintenance, application costs, modernization, business continuity, power5, power7, leveraging technology, it managers, it infrastructure, technology replacement cycle, data center
    
IBM
Published By: Appcito     Published Date: Apr 09, 2015
Traditionally, rollout of a new software version has been a critical and painful process. In the past, new versions were implemented along with a maintenance period (i.e., service downtime), resulting in loss of business for that period. This downtime was generally acceptable when there were only a few releases a year. But now—in a more fast-paced world of hosted software-as-aservice (SaaS) solutions, increased responsiveness and daily or even more frequent releases—down times are no longer acceptable or a?ordable. Continuous Delivery is a practice used in the software industry to automate and improve the process of software delivery. It is all about adopting practices to release high-quality software fast through automation of the build, test and deployment processes.
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saas solutions, responsiveness, cloud delivery, continuous delivery, high-quality software, deployment processes, continuous deployment, cloud applications, cloud application delivery
    
Appcito
Published By: LifeSize, a division of Logitech     Published Date: Jul 07, 2014
Cisco and Polycom are expensive, on-premises solutions that take weeks to deploy. They require large, ongoing investments to manage them and do not offer a cloud service. How much time and how many resources do you have to spend training and supporting users to work with your Cisco or Polycom solution? Don’t be fooled by packaging. Their solutions are still complex, on-premises hardware that require a team of IT specialists to support and lack the flexibility for you to grow at your own pace. For a price similar to that of your infrastructure software maintenance, you can use Lifesize Cloud and skip the high cost and complexity of Cisco’s or Polycom’s on-premises infrastructure.
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lifesize, on-premise solutions, cloud service, software, infrastructure, maintenance
    
LifeSize, a division of Logitech
Published By: Symantec     Published Date: Sep 19, 2012
Symantec vulnerability assessments help to reduce the cost and complexity of vulnerability management with automated scans, actionable reports, and a cloud-based architecture that requires no software installation or maintenance.
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hackers, information technology, symantec, verisign, web applications
    
Symantec
Published By: Jumpnode Systems     Published Date: Jun 12, 2007
Network monitoring software packages require complex installation, ongoing maintenance and additional costs for servers and third-party applications. Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) network monitoring alternatives greatly simplify implementation and maintenance, but they rely on uninterrupted Internet access to function, often require complex VPNs or firewall modifications, and typically provide limited access to historical data.
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monitoring, software as a service, saas, high availability, network management, jumpnode
    
Jumpnode Systems
Published By: Borer Data Systems Ltd.     Published Date: Nov 07, 2007
Purchase price alone is not an accurate measure as to the true costs of a system. When evaluating the products offered by different vendors, the purchaser should take into consideration: purchase cost of equipment and software; cost of installing the infrastructure including data cable and mains power outlet and power cables; cost of installation; cost of maintenance; and more.
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energy, power, energy conservation, cost, cost of operation, tco, total cost of ownership, power management, networking, network management, green, green business, environment, environmental, borer, access control, carbon footprint, borer, borer data systems, green office
    
Borer Data Systems Ltd.
Published By: Avocent     Published Date: Aug 22, 2011
Download this whitepaper to learn how to achieve secure access to any server or network device from a single interface.
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avocent, centralized management software, best practices, data center control, secure access, remote maintenance, kvm server management, full remote access, power management
    
Avocent
Published By: IBM     Published Date: Sep 27, 2013
Buy-and-hold strategies can actually add costs to the datacenter, as systems age in place. Not only do hardware maintenance and software maintenance fees rise, over time – but the aging of applications also costs the organization money. Investing in a transition from POWER5 to POWER7 resulted in a return on investment (ROI) of more than 150 percent over three years.An insightful and and compelling discussion by IDC that reviews the primary reason for maintaining current systems -- Return on Investment. IDC studied IBM Power Systems sites that remained on the POWER5 platform long after its initial introduction in 2004. When comparisons to the succeeding generation of POWER7 are made, customers have found that the increase in scalability and performance of POWER7 systems, combined with a reduction in server "footprint" size and overall electrical requirements, resulted in significant reductions in ongoing costs, or opex, per 100 end users supported.
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IBM
Published By: IBM     Published Date: Jan 09, 2014
Buy-and-hold strategies can actually add costs to the datacenter, as systems age in place. Not only do hardware maintenance and software maintenance fees rise, over time – but the aging of applications also costs the organization money. Investing in a transition from POWER5 to POWER7 resulted in a return on investment (ROI) of more than 150 percent over three years. An insightful and and compelling discussion by IDC that reviews the primary reason for maintaining current systems -- Return on Investment. IDC studied IBM Power Systems sites that remained on the POWER5 platform long after its initial introduction in 2004. When comparisons to the succeeding generation of POWER7 are made, customers have found that the increase in scalability and performance of POWER7 systems, combined with a reduction in server ""footprint""
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power7, power system, power cooling, power5 based, workload consolidation, power processors, server infrastructure power7 system, ibm, power7 servers, mission-critical, data center, it infrastructure, architecture
    
IBM
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