IT Infrastructure and Architecture

  • Hosted VoIP Guide 2012

    Author name: Not supplied
    Author organisation: IP Solutions
    Publication date: 31/01/2012
    Upload date: 15/02/2012

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    This guide has been produced to give an overview of some of the benefits of Hosted VoIP and how implementing a Hosted VoIP System can benefit your business.

  • In a Cloud of Doubt? Hybrid clouds for charities

    Author name: A Databarracks whitepaper for Access
    Author organisation: Access
    Publication date: 01/01/2012
    Upload date: 26/09/2013

    Hybrid clouds aren’t always acquired by design. As organisations become more confident with cloud services, many have taken a phased approach to adoption. As a recent blog post from Forrester confirms, running newer cloud services in parallel with legacy systems in private clouds can result in hybrid architecture by default

  • Enterprise Communications and Collaboration in a fast Changing World

    Author name: Not supplied
    Author organisation: NEC
    Publication date: 24/12/2009
    Upload date: 14/04/2011

    Outlines how businesses can maximise the impact of new technologies such as cloud computing and online communications to reduce costs and increase flexibility.

  • The Changing Role of Communications in IT Architecture

    Author name: Abner Germanow, Jonathan Edwards and Lee Doyle
    Author organisation: International Data Corporation
    Publication date: 24/12/2009
    Upload date: 14/04/2011

    Examines possible synergies for IT and communications, specifically the opportunities for business to expand use of online video and telephony services, and the effects of these changes on business productivity and capacity.

  • Contracts for Computer Systems - Dealing with some of the Pitfalls.

    Author name: Jennifer Pierce
    Author organisation: Charles Russell LLP
    Publication date: 01/04/2010
    Upload date: 31/05/2011

    An unfortunate choice of computer system can have a major adverse impact. If this is compounded by accepting a one-sided computer contract in favour of a supplier, the situation is even worse.

  • Integrated information systems in the charity sector. Holy Grail or Poisoned Chalice?

    Author name: The Access group
    Author organisation: Access
    Publication date: 01/01/2013
    Upload date: 26/09/2013

    Good decisions depend on good information and, for most organisations, the accounting system and the CRM system are the two main sources of that; they lie at the heart of the business. Organisations that can achieve a high degree of integration are able to present decision-makers with fewer versions of the same information, which means they are able to reach better-quality decisions faster.

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