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Private Cloud ERP in a Hybrid Cloud Deployment
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private cloud  a Hybrid Cloud Deployment Private Cloud ERP in a Hybrid Cloud Deployment Many midsize companies are talking about switching to cloud-based ERP solutions. But few of them are actually making the move. If you're worried about cloud ERP security, control, and data integration issues, you might be worried for nothing. In Private Cloud ERP in a Hybrid Cloud Deployment you'll find out • how the right cloud configuration resolves security, control, and integration concerns • how to choose between public or

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Web content management (WCM) systems manage content creation, review, and approval processes for web site content. This may include public Web sites (Internet) or private web sites (intranet or extranet). Use a WCM solution to organize and manage documents; provide content version control, collaboration utilities, and user- or document-level security. 

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Practical Cloud Computing Today-Private Cloud ERP in a Hybrid Cloud Deployment: An Oracle Accelerate for Midsize Companies Briefing


Midsize companies in most global markets are currently in a major cycle of enterprise resource planning (ERP) replacement driven by economic conditions and operating requirements. Despite the buzz about the cloud, companies are cautious in adopting cloud ERP. This briefing focuses on the current ERP cloud computing landscape from the perspective of midsize customers who have deployed cloud-based ERP when replacing legacy solutions.

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Combining the Flexibility of Public-Cloud Apps with the Security of Private-Cloud Data


Cloud applications are a priority for every business—the technology is flexible, easy-to-use, and offers compelling economic benefits. The challenge is that cloud applications increase the potential for corporate data to leak, raising compliance and security concerns for IT. A primary security concern facing organizations moving to the cloud is how to secure and control access to data saved in cloud applications.

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I Want My Private Cloud


Although many organizations are considering reaping the benefits of a cloud computing platform, they have concerns with the handling of sensitive information on a public cloud platform. An alternate option is available, and it means having our own private cloud. This article discusses aspects of private cloud computing and its advantages and drawbacks for organizations considering the adoption of a private cloud strategy.

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Cloud Computing Success Demands the Right Cloud Connectivity


Moving applications and services to the cloud is one of the most effective strategies enterprises can adopt in their efforts to achieve three strategic objectives: increase productivity, operate more efficiently, and reduce costs. However, placing their applications and services in the cloud is not enough, in and of itself, to achieve these objectives. Because employees at every location must have secure, reliable, and flexible access to the applications now residing in the cloud, enterprises also need network connectivity with the cloud. Many enterprises are turning to a private-network approach, one specifically designed to deliver cost-effective reliability, security, and performance, comprising Ethernet and MPLS based IP-VPNs, and backed by strong SLAs.

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Top 5 Reasons Professional Services Organizations are Embracing the Cloud


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Salesforce1 Community Cloud: salesforce.com’s Newest Cloud


Salesforce.com has launched the Salesforce1 Community Cloud, a cloud suite with a focus on customer engagement. Companies can now create their own digital destinations for customers, partners, and employees that are connected to their customer relationship management (CRM) business processes.

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Unleashing Cloud Performance


For IT and business managers, the question is not whether to use the cloud, but how. Fortunately, the virtualization and consolidation projects that ignited this renewed interest in centralized computing also provide a guide for realizing the full potential of the cloud. Learn how to understand, optimize, and consolidate resources to deliver the highest use and highest return on investment (ROI) for your business.

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Cloud Potential: The Opportunity to Invent and Reinvent Business


The cloud is a revolution that is changing the way we think about business and commerce. Many business leaders feel that a failure to invest in the cloud will result in loss of market share, but they are united about the potential of the cloud to significantly improve capacity and flexibility, generate greater efficiencies, create competitive advantages, transform business prospects, and generate economic value. Read this white paper to learn about some of the drivers of, barriers to, and opportunities resulting from cloud adoption.

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IBM Algo Risk Service on Cloud


IBM’s Algo Risk Service on Cloud is a web-based risk management and reporting service providing a dynamic interface allowing for the performance of on-demand activities. Support tools are available in a standard configuration for a range of analytics, data, and scenarios, but IBM Algo Risk Service on Cloud also offers flexible customization options. In this white paper, read how IBM Algo Risk Service on Cloud brings the front and middle offices together by addressing and meeting the different needs of portfolio and risk managers, traders, and analysts. The adoption of IBM Business Analytics can help businesses outperform competitors: learn about the myriad of features and benefits that can be brought to your organization.

Decision making needs to be supported by real-time, detailed data, which is delivered by IBM’s Algo Risk Service on Cloud. You can be confident in the source and quality of the risk analysis data, as IBM Algo Risk Service on Cloud provides extensive information and increased visibility on all aspects involved in managing risk. Users can perform a variety of comprehensive “what if” scenarios based on real data to assess an operation before it’s executed. IBM takes your data security seriously and offers a multi-level approach to protecting your information through different security and permissions settings on the individual level. Learn about how IBM Algo One Risk and Financial Engineering Workbench can provide a deeper reading of data. Business can be even more successful with the implementation of IBM’s Algo Risk Service on Cloud.

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