White Paper: Zerto
Virtualization of the data center has proven to be a true IT game-changer, providing increased flexibility and control in managing production workloads, as well as, making disaster recovery easier by representing everything in logical terms and doing away with the need for a physical replica of your environment.
This whitepaper on “Disaster Recovery Guide-DR in Virtualized Environments”-
Provides insights in the challenges, needs, strategies, and available solutions for disaster recovery and business continuity, especially in modern, virtualized environments and the public cloud
Explains the benefits and efficiencies Virtual Replication delivers and how it compares to other BC/DR technologies
Provides businesses with the right information to choose the best possible BC/DR solution for their situation
You've already realized the benefits of server virtualization but have you extended that to your Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery plan?
By: EVOLVE IP
Call centers of all sizes and types are moving their call centers to the "cloud". In fact, many industry analysts predict that over 70 percent of call centers will use a hosted platform by 2014. Call center solutions are not a new business. For decades, call center executives have increased the productivity of their staff and ensured the call 'gets answered' with widely-supported, fully featured, equipment and software, such as phone systems, ACDs, reporting solutions, workforce management platforms and recording devices. When evaluating a new call center solution, agents and, more importantly, front-line supervisors are rightly focused on features that make their jobs easier or their time more efficient. However, the feature differences between most modern call center solutions are not significant. What is most important is if the solution can reliably route a call to the appropriate person, and the business can report on the activity to make staffing decisions. Business and customer service executives, are moving to the cloud not because of features, but for the inherent benefits of a cloud-based solution.
By: Business Automation
How to Choose an ERP System? Selecting, installing and implementing a new ERP System may be the toughest business challenge you face because the results of the process are so critical to your business. There are many common methods people use when trying to select the ERP software. Some of them work well, others don’t. This whitepaper discusses some of these techniques based on what your priorities are in selecting an ERP software to solve challenges and exploit opportunities. How to evaluate an ERP system? Selection Criteria for Choosing an ERP Software In order to select the very best ERP system to meet the unique requirements of your company, you need to evaluate the ERP service providers with respect to certain criteria like: Level of Support from the Solution Provider. Vendor’s Track Record of Performance. Software’s Ability to Fit the Business. Growth Potential of the Software. Price of the Software. Quality of Documentation. Download this whitepaper for a closer look at the steps involved in evaluating and selecting the right ERP system for implementing automated business management system that can meet the unique requirements in your organization.
What is Cloud Computing ?
A type of internet-based computing, Cloud computing refers to delivery of computing services over the internet or "the cloud" instead of using local storage and computing. The different computing services include servers, storage, databases, networking, software, applications, and analytics. Cloud computing eliminates the need for hardware acquisition, maintenance, installation of software.
What is Disaster Recovery ?
Disaster recovery is an area of security planning which aims at protecting an organization and its data, from the effects of negative events. This includes a set of policies and procedures that enable the recovery of important technology infrastructure and systems, following a natural or human-made disaster. Disaster can be anything that puts an organization’s normal functioning at risk. It can range from cyber attack to equipment failure. Disaster recovery allows an organization to resume
What is Disaster Recovery Plan ?
A disaster recovery plan is a documented, approach with instructions to deal with unplanned incidents. This plan involves the precautions to be taken by an organization, so as to reduce the effects of a disaster. Disaster recovery planning is done to enable a company to operate or resume its mission-critical functions. The increasing dependency on information technology by organizations for running their operations has resulted in a disaster recovery plan to be increasingly associated with