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Published By: Radius     Published Date: Jul 24, 2017
To help forward-thinkers find success with marketing and sales ops, we’ve developed a comprehensive framework that defines the pillars and core responsibilities of Revenue Ops and will encourage innovative companies to build a world-class Revenue Ops organization.
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radius, sales op, marketing op, revenue growth, marketing operations, b2b marketing, revenue ops
    
Radius
Published By: NetApp APAC     Published Date: Jul 04, 2019
This IDC study provides an evaluation of 10 vendors that sell all-flash arrays (AFAs) for dense mixed enterprise workload consolidation that includes at least some mission-critical applications. "All-flash arrays are dominating primary storage spend in the enterprise, driving over 80% of that revenue in 2017," said Eric Burgener, research director, Storage. "Today's leading AFAs offer all the performance, capacity scalability, enterprise-class functionality, and datacenter integration capabilities needed to support dense mixed enterprise workload consolidation. More and more IT shops are recognizing this and committing to 'all flash for primary storage' strategies."
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NetApp APAC
Published By: Oracle + Dyn     Published Date: Jun 27, 2017
"Today's internet-dependent business landscape demands frequent system changes, higher throughput and increased reliability. If your new features and fixes do not hit the digital market quickly, user experience, customer retention and revenue all take a hit. DNS however, is a tool that can be used to both mitigate problems and optimize the performance and delivery of these systems. Read the latest O'Reilly book to understand how the DevOps approach combined with the fundamentals of DNS can: • Use DNS as a means of distribution, deployment and high-availability • Mitigate failure and minimize risk • Improve system reliability and management Get the O'Reilly Book! "
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Oracle + Dyn
Published By: Red Hat     Published Date: Jan 02, 2018
Once upon a time, several generations ago (in technology years), IT departments were internal departments, focused on maintaining infrastructure and services within the company. Some companies may have had external-facing services, particularly web services, but this was still generally a narrow and restricted area. IT wasn’t a revenue-generating or strategic department; it was a supporting environment viewed as a cost center. One of the outcomes of an infrastructure-focused environment is that developers lost a sense of what their code was doing. Release cycles were long, and changes were slow. A developer would work on something and throw the code into testing or operations, and it would be released months later. Because of that long lead time, engineers lost the joy of being a developer—of creating something and seeing it work in real life. One of the great, powerful changes with digital transformation and related cultural and technology changes like DevOps is that it reintroduce
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Published By: Group M_IBM Q3'19     Published Date: Jun 25, 2019
To become more effective, enterprises must fast-track projects to digitally connect their organizations. Building value and providing compelling customer experiences at lower cost requires more than a quick technology fix; it demands a business and technological commitment to a new target operating model (TOM). This operating model should offer a way of running the organization that combines digital technologies and operational capabilities to achieve improvements in revenue, customer experience and cost. Enabling digital capabilities via the TOM is an ongoing process that requires DevOps skills and agile development techniques. This is easier to achieve with partners that have the requisite capabilities to help with the creation of new digital assets
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Group M_IBM Q3'19
Published By: Bizible     Published Date: Jul 25, 2017
Marketing ops is poised for another major evolution, cementing their role as revenue drivers. Download this ebook to learn more about Revenue Ops and how marketing & sales operations make growth possible.
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marketing operations, revenue operations, revenue attribution, b2b marketing operations, marketing analytics
    
Bizible
Published By: Enterprise Management Associates     Published Date: Dec 03, 2015
Join Julie Craig, research director at EMA, to get highlights of this new research, as well as answers to the following questions: What are the revenue implications of DevOps and/or Continuous Delivery? How are DevOps and Continuous Delivery contributing to digital transformation initiatives? How can organizations build a foundation for Continuous Delivery, and what types of tools facilitate the process? Which categories of enterprise management tools top IT “wish lists” for 2016? Join us as we discuss these and other topical questions during this informative presentation.
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continuous delivery, digital transformation, automation, enterprise management tools, devops
    
Enterprise Management Associates
Published By: VMware AirWatch     Published Date: May 18, 2016
Organizations that invest in proprietary applications and data for competitive advantage in their industries only succeed by making those investments available to employees, customers, and partners that drive revenue and opportunity. Securing those investments requires a fresh perspective as the types of devices accessing the cloud datacenter are changing rapidly and new workloads, such as VDI desktops, are appearing more regularly alongside server workloads. These changes alter the potential attacks and potential threats to datacenters whose security primarily stands firm at the perimeter, however, within the data center the security is weak.
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data management, business practices, data center. data application, enterprise applications, security
    
VMware AirWatch
Published By: VMware     Published Date: Dec 15, 2016
Organizations that invest in proprietary applications and data for competitive advantage in their industries only succeed by making those investments available to employees, customers, and partners that drive revenue and opportunity. Securing those investments requires a fresh perspective as the types of devices accessing the cloud datacenter are changing rapidly and new workloads, such as VDI desktops, are appearing more regularly alongside server workloads. These changes alter the potential attacks and potential threats to datacenters whose security primarily stands firm at the perimeter, however, within the data center the security is weak. By combining VMware NSX with the AirWatch Tunnel and/or VMware Horizon View, organizations are able to bridge the device to datacenter security gap in a way that both increases the overall security of the cloud datacenter and makes it far simpler to manage security through defining and delegating application and services to specific users. Thi
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