With hopes of creating yet another multi-billion-dollar business, Microsoft, the world's largest software company, wants a bigger chunk of the expected $118 billion in enterprise application expenditures slated to be spent by 2014 by the worlds enterprise businesses with a plan to invest heavily into both ERP (enterprise resource planning) and CRP (customer relationship management).
Microsoft makes their biggest move yet into the business software market
Entire organizations suffer when their networks can't keep up and new opportunities are put on hold. Waiting on service providers isn't good business. In these examples, learn how to simplify network management so that your organization can better manage costs, adapt quickly to business demands, and seize market opportunities when they arise.
Today's enterprise datacenter can be one of the most complex business environments with dozens (for smaller business), hundreds (for larger and midsize business), even thousands (for hyperscale businesses) of servers that must be managed and monitored. At this level, just managing the cords can be challenging — let alone keeping up with the growing need for more agility and scalability within the datacenter. Simply put, companies are aggressively looking for less complexity and more agility from their …