Papers from Quocirca (Page #2)
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16. De-risking IT Lifecycle Management
This report looks at how an organisation and its IT department should agree a risk profile, and how it should apply a Total Value Proposition to an ITLM strategy.
17. Sustainability through Managed Print Services
This paper highlights thge environmental impact of printing and discusses how a managed print service can support an organisation's sustainability goals, whilst also lowering costs and driving business efficiency.
18. Next Generation Datacentre Cycle II - Cloud Findings
For those who thought that cloud computing was now reaching mainstream usage, this new global research across large organisation may serve to reset views.
19. The mobile print enterprise
This report highlights the market drivers for mobile printing in the business environment, discusses some of the main offerings in the market and suggests some best practices for building a mobile print strategy.
20. Rethinking MPS: The independent approach
This paper outlines the need for MPS and why organisations that are operating a heterogeneous print environment should consider an independent MPS provider to proactively manage and transform their print infrastructure.
21. Closing the print security gap
This report provides an overview of the inherent risks when operating an insecure print environment and discusses the current market landscape while recommending some best practices for adopting an integrated information and print security strategy.
22. E-invoicing: Ready for Prime Time
Despite today's digital age, of the 30 billion invoices sent and received in Europe every year, more than 90% are in paper format. This is not only labour intensive and error prone, but comes at both a financial and environmental cost.
23. A value proposition for ~IT security
The only way to resolve the dichotomy of the need to share data flexibly and protect it from falling into the wrong hands is to put in place a compliance oriented architecture (COA).
24. Improving IT efficiency through print management
Midmarket businesses face many of the same IT challenges as larger businesses, trying to accommodate increasing demand for new IT capabilities and services.
25. 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.
26. Effective Public Sector Citizen Communications
The UK public sector is in the midst of a period of transformation and improving citizen engagement will be key to the success of this change. The effectiveness of public services relies on reliable, accurate and clear citizen communication.
27. Keeping online orders flowing
Ensuring that customers receive a prompt and personal experience, whilst remaining assured about security, is essential to the ongoing success of online retail.
28. Utilising SOA in defence logistics
Defence logistics have multiple touch points with logistics systems operated by civilian and quasi-civilian organisations, and must be able to operate effectively, rapidly and transparently with these systems.
29. You sent WHAT?
The technology exists today to link the use of data to people through enforceable policies. This allows a compliance-oriented architecture to be put in place based on widely accepted information security standards, such as ISO 27001
30. Think print, think security
By controlling user access, protecting documents and securing devices businesses can address requirements for data confidentiality and regulatory compliance that are only set to get tougher.