Having quick and easy access to market reference data is a must-have component for any modern organization. Accurate and up-to-date market reference information will give a business an edge over its rivals by enabling it to act first in order to secure products and/ or services at the best possible prices and specifications.
Below are a series of white papers, analyst reports, and case studies that suggest ways in which your business can improve the use of market reference data following best practices.
Company: IBM United Kingdom Limited
Competition is rapidly growing. Margins are getting slimmer. And the need for business efficiency is at a critical level. In today’s world, it has never been more important for companies to make better and smarter business decisions. But the challenge is in doing so faster than ever before. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Strategic Planning | Published: November 2014 | Type: White Paper
In this paper we discuss the pain points, typically, inherited as a result of the all-too-common project-led approach to data centre provisioning – and at how they can be mitigated. In particular we look at how the use of converged infrastructure can shorten both planning and deployment processes. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Data Centre & Storage Solutions | Published: October 2014 | Type: Analyst Report
Company: SmartStream Technologies Ltd
The quest for data quality has not changed, but the pressure and scale of challenges have, which is why now is the time to adopt the right approach for the right data. This special report has gathered the latest news and advice from industry experts on how to add value in the data management space. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Master Data Management | Published: October 2014 | Type: White Paper
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IT service providers often struggle with pricing services to achieve desired profits, and managed services and resulting contracts have added more complexity. In addition, each company has unique variables, so no single best calculation exists. Read these five tips to help guide your pricing. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Managed Service Provider (MSP) | Published: September 2014 | Type: White Paper
Company: Dell Software
As the demands on IT organisations become increasingly complex due to regulatory requirements and other compliance mandates, IT must implement solutions and processes to minimise risk and complexity. This paper shows 3 steps for maintaining compliance with external regulations and internal policies. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: IT Governance | Published: September 2014 | Type: White Paper
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The Threat Report H2 2013 profiles the most common vectors used to deliver malware to a user’s device. It is no surprise that web-based channels are most often used, with a strong emphasis on exploits targeting the Java development platform. Read the full report for the top 10 reported detections. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Web Application Security | Published: July 2014 | Type: White Paper
This white paper discusses the techniques and project selection guidelines that have proven successful for data champions as they embark on implementing a data governance program that is both agile and scalable to meet today’s technical and operational demands. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Data Governance | Published: June 2014 | Type: White Paper
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This paper provides CIOs and IT leaders with insight into three IT imperatives IT executives use to reposition IT and transform the enterprise: 1,Drive enterprise visibility and standardisation. 2,Make IT more approachable and business-friendly. 3, Accelerate IT responsiveness and innovation VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Strategic Planning | Published: May 2014 | Type: White Paper
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Company: Trillium Software
The market for data governance is diffuse. Historically, there have been, and remain, several different sectors. In particular, the governance of data has typically been split between structured and unstructured. This paper provides up to date analysis of the market. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Data Governance | Published: April 2014 | Type: Analyst Report
Managing cryptographic keys and certificates is deceptively complicated; the consequences of failure can include service outage or a compliance violation. Nevertheless, these issues can be addressed by relatively simple measures. Tools are available to report on certificates and their properties. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Security Monitoring | Published: March 2014 | Type: White Paper
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