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Going Beyond Basic Mobile Device Management

Going Beyond Basic Mobile Device Management | Benchmarking Oracle Database on K2 All-Flash Array

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Going Beyond Basic Mobile Device Management
Restricting what users can do on mobile devices and threatening to wipe devices that are rich with personal apps and content is a recipe for user discontent. Read this paper to understand MDM fundamentals and when it's time to go beyond basic mobile device management. Learn more.

WHITE PAPER: Kaminario
Benchmarking Oracle Database on K2 All-Flash Array
Virtualized Oracle servers create an especially demanding blend of I/O traffic for storage infrastructure. Kaminario's K2 All-Flash Array combines consistent low latency, high throughput and IOPS with a very low price per GB, making it the most cost-efficient primary storage for many virtual and physical environments including Oracle databases. Learn More

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Data security is a moving target—as data grows, more sophisticated threats emerge; the number of regulations increase; and changing economic times make it difficult to secure and protect data. Learn More

Integrating & Governing Big Data
The IBM InfoSphere platform for information integration and governance combines the capabilities necessary for creating trusted information from traditional and new sources of big data. Learn More

Are You Ready for Mobile Capture?
Read this white paper by Kevin Craine to discover how mobile capture can improve the effectiveness of your organization's processes. Discover the top 10 questions to ask before you make your investment in mobile capture. Learn More

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