White Papers

  1. iSCSI — The New Standard For Networked Storage
    8/28/2007
    With iSCSI, businesses can get a handle on storage administration expenses without retrofitting their existing network infrastructure or investing in hardware that quickly becomes obsolete. Enabling low cost, interoperable, and high-performance SANs, iSCSI is about to revolutionize the world of networked storage. Submitted by EqualLogic
  2. iSCSI — The New Standard For Networked Storage
    8/28/2007
    White Paper: iSCSI
  3. Networking/VPN's: Dumb, Insecure, And Unreliable — Bad For Business. Why Is It Good For Your WAN?
    8/27/2007
    White Paper: Networking/VPN
  4. Networking/VPNs: Dumb, Insecure, And Unreliable — Bad For Business. Why Is It Good For Your WAN?
    8/27/2007
    What would the world be like without voicemail? We would come back from a meeting to a slew of sticky notes of calls to return. Cellular phones would be little more than glorified walkie-talkies. Submitted by Cybera
  5. Achieving Sourcing Excellence
    8/24/2007
    Learn how you can respond to challenging market conditions and add value to your organization by attaining sourcing excellence. Explore the stages of development, and see how you can create a three-year plan to achieve sourcing excellence.
  6. Building a Business case for Next Generation Enterprise Financial Systems
    8/24/2007
    SAP white paper
  7. Building a Business case for Next Generation Enterprise Financial Systems
    8/24/2007
    Today’s CFOs face pressure from an array of sources. Internal stakeholders expect them to reduce costs, protect the bottom line, and do more with less. Externally, there are increasing demands from regulators and accounting bodies.
  8. Enterprise Service-Oriented Architecture from a Business Perspective
    8/24/2007
    "Companies face incredible pressure in global markets. To survive in such an atmosphere, companies need to develop a competitive advantage and build a sustainable business by accelerating innovation, developing operational excellence, and empowering information workers. Business processes are the key to unlocking the potential of these strategies for competitive differentiation. Enterprise services-oriented architecture (enterprise SOA) allows you to quickly build and modify your business processes to adapt to rapidly changing markets. With enterprise SOA, you can link stand-alone processes to quickly compose new end-to-end processes, selectively redesign existing processes, and facilitate seamless process design and execution across company boundaries to take advantage of your business partners. Enterprise SOA unleashes the untapped potential of your existing business processes within and across company boundaries so you are better able to compete."
  9. IP SAN Performance — Best Practices
    8/21/2007
    Today, there are many IT professionals considering iSCSI-based IP-SAN's as a means for centralizing storage for their application servers. However, it's important to understand how to identify and eliminate latency bottlenecks to ensure superior application performance. In many cases, a properly designed IP-SAN can deliver better performance than internal disk drives. Submitted by SANRAD
  10. Four Steps To Disaster Recovery And Business Continuity Using iSCSI
    5/10/2007
    Disaster recovery is all about getting back to business as quickly as possible after a failure or error. But your ability to recover is directly tied to what you have done before a disaster occurs – your business continuity plans. You need a business continuity plan that balances potential business losses against the cost of minimizing those losses. This white paper identifies four key steps to developing solid business continuity plans and ensuring rapid disaster recovery. Submitted by EqualLogic