How to get the most out of APM technology As Michael Sydor, APM practitioner, says in his newly published book, APM Best Practices: Realizing Application Performance Management,” “APM means different things to different people and this quickly becomes a fantastic gap between reality and expectation.” In his book, Sydor argues that APM is much more than a monitoring technology. Understanding that APM is really a collaboration technology is one of the first steps to realizing full value from an APM deployment, he says.
What’s the best way to get started with the cloud? That your company will benefit from the use of cloud computing seems all but a foregone conclusion these days. So the issue many enterprise IT executives find themselves considering is how might they use this highly dynamic, scalable, on-demand computing model to their best advantage. Some say a private cloud, which provides the control, security and privacy measures so critical to an enterprise, is the only way to go. Others say experimenting with compute resources available via the public cloud is perfectly acceptable.
B.Y.O.P.C: It’s time has come – or not? As IT organizations grapple with the decision to support personal devices such as the Apple iPhone or iPad, they really face a much bigger issue. Should IT be rethinking the way it outfits employees with their entire equipment portfolio, starting with the desktop computer? Should they embrace a “Bring Your Own Personal Computer” strategy?
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