Many businesses rely on partner companies to assist them with their technology needs. This relationship helps the business focus on what they do best and on what they understand, without the need to build an internal IT organization to support all of their tech- nical needs.
Performance improvement and optimization are goals that many companies strive to achieve. As business owners, we want to build organizations that can practically manage themselves with staffs that are proactive and self-reliant when it comes to accomplishing tasks. The same goal should be practiced when it comes to approaching your marketing efforts.
Reverse engineering your funnel is key in knowing how many prospects you need to reach your revenue goals.
There are so many elements to modern day marketing. From direct mailers and blogs to newsletters and emails, the modern day marketeer has a lot of things to consider when developing a marketing strategy. While there’s no magic 8 ball with all of the answers to your marketing questions, there are ways to make the whole process easier.
No matter what point that you look back to in history, you can always find a notable deal, trade, or sale that shaped our world to what it is today. Even with its notoriety, sales is an industry that mystifies most of the general public. Is it about relationship building? Closing no matter what? Tricking someone into doing what you want?
For many years, in the IBM mainframe world, the only way to backup a volume, a database, or an entire data center was to use a full-volume dump. To create the point-in-time copy that the backup required, all related volumes had to be quiesced during the entire backup. In a world where businesses must continue operations around the clock, something better than full-volume dump technology was needed.
The objective of this technical white paper is to show three maturity stages for scale-out virtualized environments based on HP StoreVirtual Storage arrays and Virtual Storage Appliance (VSA).
The basic requirements for data backup and disaster recovery are not the same, and a sensible management of these processes must be balanced with the costs involved. This paper presents various aspects of data backup and disaster recovery.
This white paper describes the general recovery procedures for ADABAS databases and the benefits from enhanced storage products such as the HP XP7 Storage to simplify the handling and to improve database availability and data integrity.
When organizations first began crowdsourcing to identify talent for specific projects, the concept seemed to offer limitless potential.