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WHITE PAPER: Oracle
Oracle Data Warehousing Customer Successes
This reference booklet contains a sampling of real business results that organizations around the world, in a variety of industries, have achieved by implementing data warehousing solutions with Oracle. Learn more.
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Why Just Another Day at the Office Won't Be
Attend this interactive webinar to discover: Why your competition isn't just down the street Why failure IS an option Why a "career" is as outdated as the typewriter How learning to work as a team means learning to work online Learn more
Why we chose Exchange Online, not Google Apps
How to transform your data center for cloud computing: an expert guide
WHITE PAPER: BMC
How to Choose a SaaS-Based I.T. Service Management Solution
All SaaS help-desks are not created equally. From basic ticket logging to full-featured, enterprise-grade service management solutions, there truly is something for everyone. Learn more about the key factors in deciding between a comprehensive or a slimmer selection for your organization. Learn More Today!
Jive buys OffiSync to deepen links with Microsoft apps
Cloud software lets voters participate in redistricting
WHITE PAPER: Quest Software
Transaction Tracing through Complex Web Applications
In this Quest white paper, learn about the components of a transaction as they cross various application domains. Then, discover the difficulty in connecting transaction components for monitoring, why continuously monitoring is key and how a third-party solution simplifies the challenge. Learn more.
Cloud CIO: How IT can become a cloud service provider
Salesforce.com makes two-pronged cloud push with Force.com, Heroku
File sharing or privacy breaching service? Beware!
Cloud-based security event management?
EMC, IBM introduce replication, geoparity capability
SURVEY: Future-proofing the cloud
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