White Paper: Gimmal
Unified content governance in SharePoint sites require a variety of components and approaches to be used.
Learn how to plan effective information architecture to ensure that the content governance in SharePoint solution meet your business needs.
This informative whitepaper on “SharePoint Will be Your Repository for Governed Content” describes why SharePoint will remain your primary enterprise content management (ECM) repository for SharePoint content governance, regardless of how often analysts, consultants, or entrenched competitive vendors tell you otherwise. It addresses questions like:
What are the complexities involved in implementing an enterprise SharePoint-based solution for content governance?
What does SharePoint need for content governance?
What are the enterprise challenges of content governance in SharePoint?
Is SharePoint winning and forcing consolidation of the ECM and RM Market?
Why is content governance from inside SharePoint the best approach?
How a document can be manually moved to a separate and external repository of record, with a link or stub left behind in SharePoint
Download this whitepaper that outlines the requirements for enterprise content governance of the full range of SharePoint content and best-practices for enterprise-scaled content governance based on a foundation in SharePoint.
Hyper Converged Infrastructures (HCI) brings non-disruptive scaling, reduced complexity, and other benefits, but it requires a stronger data-protection strategy because hyper convergence brings new vulnerabilities. Hyper converged systems are a perfect target-one unique system to encrypt with a built-in replication to spread the malware. For smaller companies with relatively few virtual machines (VMs), a Hyper Converged Infrastructure solution may be the only architecture their data center needs, providing the ultimate simplification. Some critical applications can also be hosted on an HCI, but designing an HCI to meet performance service-level agreements (SLAs) might be challenging compared to designing a more traditional infrastructure. This whitepaper provides insights on data protection basics and its role in Hyper Converged Infrastructure projects. It also explains about how designing an HCI to meet performance service-level agreements (SLAs) might be challenging. From virtualized to hyper converged environments- Understand data protection basics and implications in these environments Hyper convergence- New Threats: Understand Data Protection and the Implications in an HCI How to choose the right approach for your hyper converged environments Array-Based Snapshots Are Not Backups
With mobility re-defining our lives like never before, it is evident that organizations are analyzing, evaluating and adopting key enterprise mobile deployment strategies to gain a competitive edge in the market, without disrupting their existing technological landscapes. Some of the key challenges that are grabbing the CIOs' attention in the wake of the mobile application demand are: How to meet business demand for mobile app deployment services and solutions with existing IT resources How to keep mobile devices safe from data breaches and thefts How to keep up with the rapid upgrade cycles and diverse device platforms without extensive investments. This CIO’s guide to mobile deployment explores certain key strategies associated with the easy deployment of mobile solutions, managing day to day support and upgrade cycles, mobile device management, mobile security and above all helps in strategizing your organization to gain a competitive advantage with the increasing pervasiveness of enterprise mobility.