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WHITE PAPER: Shoretel
Reduce Cellular Spend With ShoreTel Mobility
Organizations continue to spend valuable budget on international and long distance calls. This white paper shows how a multi-location organization can reduce cellular spend by leveraging current Wi-Fi and dual-mode smartphone deployments, and offloading expensive minutes from cellular networks to virtually free WLAN networks. Read now!
Controlling your March Madness traffic outbreak
Techies are spending a lot of time on PCs in our post-PC world
5 ways Avaya can stave off irrelevancy
WHITE PAPER: Dell
Can Your Network Infrastructure Handle It All?
Virtualization and other application layer technologies demand unification. The first step to creating a unified IT department that can build application-aware infrastructure is creating an inventory that reflects all resources that were once held in silos. Answer the 7 questions in this eGuide to get started. Learn More Now!
Starbucks CIO leaves coffee giant for Best Buy
At least 1 woman should be interviewed for every IT job opening, advocacy group says
Linux: Where the jobs (and bigger salaries) are
WHITE PAPER: Good Technology
Data Loss Prevention Whitepaper: When MDM Isn't Enough
This paper explores common methods of data loss that cannot be prevented through MDM alone. In addition, this paper will introduce Good for Enterprise and its unique approach to managing security on mobile devices, which does address some of the shortcomings of an MDM-only strategy Learn More Now!
BlackBerries giving IT admins black eyes! Evaluating BlackBerry alternatives
Lessons learned: Outsourcing managed network services
New Cisco servers have Intel Xeon E5 inside
New key technology simplifies data encryption in the cloud
Inside Apple's iPad world-wide ubiquity
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