Papers from Quocirca
This is a selection of papers on IT-Director.com. Would you like to view all papers we currently hold?
1. Limiting social networking abuse of mobile bills
All organisations need to fully understand their employees' mobile usage and behaviours to be able to put appropriate policies in place to ensure business requirements are met whilst acceptable personal use is still enabled.
2. Taming the mobile tiger
The expectations, working methods and tools used by employees in all organisations have changed as a result of advances in communications technologies.
3. Body shop to mind shop
As financial pressures mount and technology continues to evolve and its relationship with the business becomes increasingly complex, how does this change the expectations and needs of those external relationships?
4. Light touch, firm impression
The automation of traditional paper based processes with technology can lead to unnecessary complexity. This leads to increased costs and other challenges which can be avoided if solutions are simple and fit closely to the business task in hand.
5. Predictive service excellence for printers
End users benefit through improved device uptime, and manufacturers and their service partners can build proactive service relationships which can drive greater customer loyalty.
6. Remote IT Management
Businesses of all sizes have to manage an increasing diversity of remote users and devices. The task ranges from simply keeping systems running to ensuring security, compliance and the achievement of environmental goals.
7. Average Inc.
The Average Inc. could do quite a lot to improve the ways it uses technology in order to reduce risk, ensuring business continuity, and to cut unnecessary cost.
8. The Distributed Business Index
Businesses rely on widely distributed networks of workers, be they at HQ, in branch offices, mobile etc. This report looks at the degree to which the 21st century workforce is distributed and the issues organisations have with enabling this.
9. Distraction and Diversion
Low cost hardware and a plethora of options for connectivity should make it easier for employees to be more productive and take IT access to their point of need.
10. Email as Intellectual Property
Growth in overall email volume, driven by more sophisticated spamming attacks, as well the need to filter out malware and to ensure content is suitable for purpose means that we now must re-address how we view email within the organisation.