Papers from Quocirca (Page #4)
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46. Digital identities and the open business
This report presents research into the use and benefits of Identity and access management (IAM) and the relationship it has with these three drivers.
47. Getting to grips with expenses
Insights, from research with 400 individuals, into the gaps between what those making business expense claims think - and the opinions of those who have to deal with the processes behind the scenes.
48. Dealing with Cloudy Data
There is a growing acceptance of cloud as a technology platform. However,few organisations are likely to end up with a single cloud strategy - they will end up with a hybrid mix of in-house private cloud and public clouds under the control of others.
49. BYOD - who carries the can?
Overall, BYOD, is often referred to as evaluating whether mobile deployments are 'corporate-liable' or 'employee-liable', which this report will explore further, along with the implications for the organisation.
50. Managed Print Services Landscape, 2013
This report examines the competitive landscape for MPS and discusses the key market drivers and trands that will shape future generation MPS engagements.
51. Beyond Big Data - The New Information Economy
Organisations are faced with an ever-increasing flow of different data types, including formal, database transactional information as well as less structured documents, voice and video.
52. The next frontier for managed print services
The MPS market has matured since many organisations inked their first deal. Organisations moving beyond first generation engagements have often reached the end of their cost-cutting phase and are looking for innovation to drive more business value.
53. FM, IT and Data Centres
Often, Quocirca finds that an organisation has one team, FM, looking after the physical facility of the data centre, with another, IT, looking after the servers, storage and network equipment, along with the software running within it.
54. Printing: a false sense of security?
This paper discusses how secure printing technology can provide authentication, authorisation and accounting capabilities, helping businesses improve document security and meet compliance regulations. Includes new research amongst 150 enterprises.
55. The identity perimeter
This paper should be of interest to all those in roles charged with the responsibility of providing secure access to online resources and to those who want to make the case for rolling out new online services.
56. Preparedness for the CRD IV
The CRD brings new reporting structures into place. A business-driven language, the eXtensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL) is a mandated part of how financial organisations across the EU have to submit their reports to the necessary bodies.
57. The trouble heading for your business
New research, presented in this report, underlines the scale and real impact of the problem, the measures being taken to defend against targeted attacks and how effective they are.
58. Using ICT financing for strategic gain
This report with new research, 102 SMBs in the UK, provides insights into views on various aspects of using financing and leasing of ICT hardware and software and comparisons with existing use for other areas such as vehicles and office equipment.
59. Smart self-service - a guide for buyers
This guide gives advice on assessing vendors with some examples and checklists of desirable criteria.
60. The wastage of human capital in IT operations
This report presents research that underlines the scale of the problem and makes the case for more automation in IT operations management, rather than deploying more and/or cheaper labour.