Optimising Network Infrastructure for Citrix XenDesktop
A practical guide to deliver an end-to-end desktop virtualisation solution. Desktop virtualisation can increase the productivity of information technology (IT) teams by transforming how they configure and deploy endpoint devices, manage desktops, and support end user applications. This guide provides a detailed explanation on how to deliver a new, improved, end-to-end desktop virtualisation solution that will make it easier and more cost-effective for businesses to deploy high-definition virtual desktops and applications to all users across an entire enterprise.
By 2020, somewhere between 25 and 50 billion devices will be connected to the Internet; some estimates predict that this hyperconnectivity will generate $2.3 trillion in revenue by the year 2025. It’s called the Internet of Things (IoT), and while this rapid expansion will undoubtedly present new support issues, it will also present an opportunity for internal support and their vendors' external, customer-facing support to cooperate formally to benefit a business's end users. Download whitepaper »
This report highlights the increased use of collaborative video tools in field service to ensure technicians have the information and skills to solve problems on a first visit. Download whitepaper »
IBM Planning Analytics incorporates seven key performance management capabilities in a single solution: 1. A cloud-born planning and analytics workspace 2. Access to internal and external data through automated data integration 3. Business-led design for planning, analysis and scorecarding 4. Solutions catalog of IBM Performance Blueprints to accelerate adoption and ROI 5. Predictive analytics powered by IBM Watson Analytics 6. Integral use of the Microsoft Excel interface to speed adoption and leverage existing skills 7. Production reporting with reliable business intelligence applications Let’s look at each of these seven capabilities individually. Download whitepaper »