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Case Study: Fairbrother constructs a reliable backup platform across its remote Branch Locations
By IBM | 7/12/2011
Construction and building services group Fairbrother was struggling to execute distributed data backup and recovery processes across its nine offices. Lack of regular tape changing at remote sites, data volumes exceeding tape size and a concern about tape reliability prompted them to seek a more effective business continuity solution.
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Case Study: Understand How Edith Cowan University has Regained Control of their Storage Environment
By IBM | 6/9/2011
Storage infrastructures continue to grow at alarming rates - up to 60% or more, annually. Like many organisations, Edith Cowan University was facing such rapid data growth, with its storage system capacity projected to double each year. Using IBM Tivoli storage solutions, the university has been able to reduce the number of physical disks required and make better use of their existing storage capacity, helping them to make more efficient use of the space in their data centre and reduce their spend on power and cooling. They now make space-efficient snapshots for failover and are able to recover systems in hours instead of days.
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Case Study: Westpac New Zealand gets proactive in the fight against fraud
By IBM | 12/1/2011
With fraud growing in volume and complexity worldwide, Westpac New Zealand sought to become more proactive in identifying risks and protecting its customers. Read this case study to discover how Westpac is able to stay one step ahead of threats and with the intelligence and flexibility it gained with the new fraud solution has dramatically improved the bank’s ability to identify—and ultimately neutralize—new fraud schemes as they emerge.
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CIO Perspective: To be great at IT, you must be great at BPM
By IBM | 28/2/2012
Toby Redshaw, Group CIO responsible for leading a successful BPM program at Aviva PLC, the world’s fifth largest insurance group, shares his insights on how BPM can help IT teams deliver on the mandate to do more for less.
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CISO 2013 Security Insights: A new standard for security leaders
By IBM | 20/3/2014
Insights from the 2013 IBM Chief Information Security Officer Assessment which uncovered a set of leading business, technology and measurement practices that help to address the questions CISO's and security leaders have in managing diverse business concerns, creating mobile security policies and in fully integrating business, risk and security metrics.
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CISO 2013 Security Insights: A new standard for security leaders
By IBM | 20/3/2014
Insights from the 2013 IBM Chief Information Security Officer Assessment which uncovered a set of leading business, technology and measurement practices that help to address the questions CISO's and security leaders have in managing diverse business concerns, creating mobile security policies and in fully integrating business, risk and security metrics.
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Clabby Analytics - Itanium: Slip/Sliding Away…
By IBM | 15/9/2011
On March 22nd, 2011, Oracle announced that it would stop development of all of its software on the Itanium platform. Oracle will provide support for existing Oracle/Itanium customers on today’s products — but customers looking to take advantage of future features and functions will be forced to switch platforms. As Joe Clabby once told a reporter: “if my CIO brought me a recommendation to buy an Itanium-based server — I’d fire that CIO. From our perspective, the server market is in the midst of major consolidation and realignment. x86, Power Systems, and System z are experiencing solid growth, whilst Oracle’s Sun SPARC lines are suffering — as are HP’s Itanium lines. The first Itanium server in the Top 500 supercomputer listings of November, 2009, that we could find occupied a position at #490. In November, 2010 (the last tally), we found NO HP Itanium-based servers in the Top500. By contrast, IBM’s scale-up POWER-based servers held 38 positions in the Top500. CEOs and CIOs need to understand that advanced systems platforms are now able to execute a new class of analytics-driven applications. The midrange/high-end market is shifting — and Itanium does not appear to be positioned to ride through this shift.
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Clipper Group - With Enhanced POWER7 Systems, IBM Raises the Ceiling, Again
By IBM | 15/9/2011
The CIO of any modern, mission-critical, enterprise data centre faces a raft of problems, especially concerning total cost of ownership (TCO) of the IT infrastructure, not only due to the inefficient use of the micro-processors used in that infrastructure, but also due to the energy wasted in operating the server platforms and cooling the IT environment. It is important to keep in mind that the CIO is not looking for just a better platform, but a better solution. Last year’s announcement of POWER7 was adopted readily by their base with as many as 3500 mission-critical data centres migrating from SPARC and Itanium to POWER. With this latest upgrade to the POWER7 architecture, IBM is redefining performance expectations for the IT infrastructure. They are enabling data centres to deliver enterprise applications and services faster than ever before, and at a lower cost. POWER is not going away anytime soon! If you are looking to reduce the TCO of your IT infrastructure and are concerned about your existing platforms, take a look at how IBM’s POWER7 servers raise the ceiling, again.
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Defeating External and Internal Fraud
By IBM | 26/9/2013
The amount of money lost to fraud a year is staggering:globally, organisations lose 5% or $2.9 trillion in revenue annually. Today's fraud is committed on electronic networks at lightning speed by global rings of criminals, terrorists and insiders using sophisticated methods hidden in complex layers of transactional data. Download to find out how to empower analysts to search multiple data sources simultaneously to visualise transactions and timelines.
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Delivering Continuous Compliance and Reducing Risk
By IBM | 30/7/2013
As organisations strive to securely deliver high-quality, high-availability services to their user communities, they need to grapple with the cost control and ever-changing user populations, access points, and applications. But that is only part of a larger challenge related to identity and access management (IAM). As the importance of services being delivered solely to the right people, with the right privileges, this is becoming more difficult to achieve. Click to download!
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