The acquisition of MediaWhiz by Matomy Media Group has been one of the big stories for the last few months and its effects are now being seen. MediaWhiz announced today a “brand consolidation” that will retire their long-lived MonetizeIt, TLA and White Delivery brand names. Instead, the MediaWhiz brand name will be applied across all […]
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Tom Dietzel’s CPAWay and Incentivize networks have made a lot of friends in the industry over the last couple of years. Now he is preparing the launch of a new performance marketing tracking platform. We caught up with Tom to find out his views on where tracking platforms and the industry go from here. Revenue Performance: You have […]
VMware is the world’s leading provider of virtualization solutions and services. Through a pioneering virtualization approach, VMware solutions separate the operating system and application software from the underlying hardware – to deliver significant improvements in efficiency, availability, flexibility and manageability. With a customer base of 20,000+ organizations of midmarket and enterprise customers, VMware delivers technology […]
If you are frustrated by the complexity and compounding expense of managing your data storage and protection, and if you are sensing that there must be a better way, it’s time you learned about a truly innovative solutions provider – STORServer. STORServer manufactures, installs and supports highly efficient storage and data protection solutions. Our customers’ […]
Abstract Changes in information technology (IT) can be split into two broad categories. Moves, additions and changes (MAC) are day-to-day IT activities which involve adding and removing end-user personnel, changing end-user locations such as when an employee moves to a different cubicle and upgrades services. Build outs, consolidations and acquisitions (BOCA) are large-scale projects which […]
2006 was the year when service-oriented architecture (SOA) became a hot topic in the industry press. The hype has led many IT professionals to conclude that SOA is a “must have” for every organization and for every project; however, this is not necessarily the case. Before adopting SOA, organizations should assess their business drivers, their internal characteristics and culture, and potential organizational roadblocks that could affect their success.
Business is increasingly on the move. According to a report by industry analyst firm IDC, the mobile workforce will grow more than 30 percent, to 850 million people, by 2009. This growth is driven by increasingly portable and affordable mobile technologies such as notebooks and new wireless technologies that promote seamless connectivity. In a July […]
SAY GOODBYE TO YOUR PHONE SYSTEM…
Today’s phone systems can transform the way businesses work. Fortune 1000 companies know this, and more than half of them have converted to new IP phone systems. Unfortunately, these systems rarely meet expectations at midsize companies. IT directors get bogged down coordinating multiple phone companies, managing hundreds of details, and sorting through thousands of features before they even begin working on the things that matter.
The combination of blade servers and virtualization today offers a compelling solution for IT departments looking to regain control of their server resources, while offering benefits including space savings, reduced power and cooling, improved manageability, availability and flexibility. Initially, blade servers got a bad reputation for not being a good match for virtualization. This was […]