Critical.
Authoritative.
Strategic.
Subscribe to CIO Magazine »

Yes. We. Can. Flexible Policy 2.0

Yes. We. Can. Flexible Policy 2.0
Social media may have changed the way we do business, but the rules of engagement are still the same. Dynamic business environments call for flexibility. Context is everything when it comes to deciding what information needs to be blocked or controlled, and when. Read this whitepaper.
Download Whitepaper
Related Whitepapers
Thanks for downloading Yes. We. Can. Flexible Policy 2.0. Here are some other white papers that we feel may be of interest to you given your recent download:
  • This whitepaper outlines 10 critical requirements of cloud computing to help organisations distinguish the difference between real and fake cloud applications. · Contains input and commentary from two experienced SaaS pioneers, Stan Swete and Steven John · Learn what cloud organisations should be offering at a minimum to be worth consideration · Successful cloud applications can empower CIOs Download whitepaper »

  • Software delivery has evolved over the last decade, from on-premise implementation, to off-site hosting, to Software-as-a-Service (SaaS). This whitepaper clarifies what SaaS is, how it works, and what’s important when evaluating SaaS solutions. · Learn the difference in features between true SaaS applications and “imposters” · Understand what you need to know about vendors before you enlist their services · See What details you should understand and questions to ask when addressing SaaS security Download whitepaper »

  • The increasing gap between server and storage performance is killing application (and business) productivity. This whitepaper discusses the solutions to minimize this gap and increase efficiency. • Real-time applications are slowing down and negatively impacting operations and revenue • Storage solutions should depend on the type of application requirements and infrastructure • As traditional tuning hits its limits, it’s time to consider alternatives Download whitepaper »

Computerworld
ARN
Techworld
CMO