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By: Dell EMC     Published Date: Apr 18, 2017
In this paper the case for Hyper-Converged Appliances, and in particular the Dell EMC VxRail Appliance powered by Intel® Xeon® processor, is made from both cost and measurable effort perspectives. Strict reliance on measurables was used in lieu of anecdotal observations or customer quoted benefits in order to provide realistic and repeatable analysis.
Tags : dell, emc, hyper-convergence, hyper-converged appliances, analytics
     Dell EMC
By: SAP     Published Date: Feb 03, 2017
To better understand the benefits, costs, and risks associated with implementation of SAP Business Objects Analytics solutions, Forrester interviewed four organizations with multiple years of experience using these analytics solutions from SAP across one or more of the following key analytics areas: planning, business intelligence, and predictive analytics. A composite, or representative, organization was developed to provide the conclusions of this cost and benefit analysis.
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     SAP
By: DellEMC and Intel®     Published Date: Sep 16, 2016
In this paper the case for Hyper-Converged Appliances, and in particular the EMC VCE VxRail Appliance, is made from both cost and measureable effort perspectives. Strict reliance on measurables was used in lieu of anecdotal observations or customer quoted benefits in order to provide realistic and repeatable analysis.
Tags : vxrail, converged infrastructure, hyper-convergence, emc
     DellEMC and  Intel®
By: Dell EMC     Published Date: Apr 18, 2017
In this paper the case for Hyper-Converged Appliances, and in particular the Dell EMC VxRail Appliance, is made from both cost and measurable effort perspectives. Strict reliance on measurables was used in lieu of anecdotal observations or customer quoted benefits in order to provide realistic and repeatable analysis.
Tags : emc, vxrail, hyper-convergence, converged infrastructure, performance
     Dell EMC
By: IBM     Published Date: Sep 22, 2011
Find and solve performance problems without adding costs IBM InfoSphere Optim puts performance management in the spotlight! Optim solutions are designed to deploy quickly and easily out of the box for immediate benefit. Business-value assessment services are also available to help you design a custom solution - complete with full financial analysis. Either way, you can realize immediate ROI interms of cost and performance if you keep performance-management best practices in mind.
Tags : ibm, data management, dba, productivity, infrastructure, development, productivity
     IBM
By: Dell EMC     Published Date: Apr 18, 2017
In this paper the case for Hyper-Converged Appliances, and in particular the Dell EMC VxRail Appliance, is made from both cost and measurable effort perspectives. Strict reliance on measurables was used in lieu of anecdotal observations or customer quoted benefits in order to provide realistic and repeatable analysis.
Tags : emc, vxrail, hyper-convergence, converged infrastructure, performance
     Dell EMC
By: Landis + Gyr     Published Date: Mar 17, 2016
The rapid acceleration of Distributed Energy Resources (DER) presents a range of challenges for electric utility management. The good news is that a strategic approach, one that taps the power of data analytics, can meet the rising need to manage DER. Download this white paper, to learn about the current state of DER and how to get started with a smart grid analytics solution: • Cost-benefit analysis • Challenges of integrated DERs • Planning considerations • Advanced analytics tools and predictive grid analytics benefits • Choosing a platform
Tags : cost-benefit analysis, der, analytics, platform, utility, smart grid
     Landis + Gyr
By: Turn     Published Date: Jan 07, 2014
Forrester Calculates the ROI of Turn
Tags : roi, return on investment, cost benefit analysis, turn, dsp, dmp, emerging marketing, internet marketing
     Turn
By: Red Hat     Published Date: Mar 16, 2015
Industry analyst firm IDC recently conducted primary research, commissioned by Red Hat, to determine the total cost of ownership (TCO) benefits Red Hat Enterprise Linux provides in the long term versus running mixed environments or primarily non-paid Linux distributions. The results of this analysis are clear: Organizations that standardize on Red Hat Enterprise Linux recover their up-front subscription costs faster through more efficient operations, less downtime and a more productive IT staff. Key findings include: Organizations that standardize on Red Hat Enterprise Linux have more efficient IT staffs Red Hat Enterprise Linux customers experience about one-fifth the amount of downtime as organizations using primarily non-paid Linux distributions Organizations that heavily use non-paid Linux have almost double the total operational costs Time to market for new application deployments can be greatly reduced with Red Hat Enterprise Linux
Tags : total cost of ownership, up-front subscription costs, productive it staff, application deployments
     Red Hat
By: WinMagic Inc.     Published Date: Apr 23, 2013
This paper extends the findings of the Total Cost of Ownership for Full Disk Encryption (FDE), sponsored by WinMagic and independently conducted by Ponemon Institute published in July 2012, The purpose of this original research was to learn how organizations deploy full disk encryption solutions for desktop and laptop computers as well as the determination of total cost and benefits for organizations using this technology. A reanalysis of this research allows us to formulate new findings that compare the total cost of ownership of software versus hardware-based full disk encryption solutions.
Tags : ponemon, tco, software, hardware, full disk, encryption, total, cost
     WinMagic Inc.
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