Today’s youth is the first generation to define itself by technology, rather than by pivotal political or economic events. These young people are comfortable with every aspect of technology and our book “The App Generation: How Today’s Youth Navigate Identity, Intimacy, and Imagination in a Digital World,” uncovered new insights into the influence of technology on young people’s identities and the way they see the world.
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La prochaine génération à entrer dans la population active a grandi dans un monde largement influencé par les appareils mobiles.

Pour les jeunes d'aujourd'hui, l'expression "il y a une appli pour ça" n'est pas juste un slogan publicitaire accrocheur. C'est un truisme, une réponse à plus ou moins toutes les questions qu'ils se sont jamais posées et une approche à chaque tâche. Peut-on en dire autant de la façon de travailler actuelle ? Eh bien, pas vraiment. On n'est plus dans le "il se pourrait qu'il y ait une appli pour ça, mais il faut que vous demandiez au service informatique, et elle pourrait être bloquée, ou ne pas fonctionner sur votre téléphone, et...", bref, ce n'est pas encore aussi évident qu'on pourrait le croire.

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De hedendaagse jeugd is de eerste generatie die zijn identiteit ontleent aan technologie in plaats van aan cruciale politieke of economische gebeurtenissen. Deze jongeren voelen zich met elk technologisch aspect volledig op hun gemak en in ons boek "The App Generation: How Today’s Youth Navigate Identity, Intimacy, and Imagination in a Digital World", onthullen we nieuwe inzichten over de invloed van technologie op de identiteit van jongeren en de manier waarop zij de wereld zien.
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Hypervisor-based Replication

Virtualization of the data center has proven to be a true IT game-changer, providing increased flexibility and control in managing production workloads, as well as significantly streamlining the implementation and operational support. Organizations continue to expand their virtualization initiatives to private, public and hybrid cloud environments.

To more fully realize the benefits of virtualization and get the most out of their investments in the technology, organizations need to optimize all IT processes and activities for their virtual environment. This includes security, compliance, and Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery (BC/DR). Of the three, BC/DR is perhaps the most difficult because to date there have been no virtual-ready remote replication methods that organizations could adopt. That is all about to change.

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Cloud Continuity Platform — Enabling the Hybrid Cloud

Today’s IT demands an agile, flexible environment with the ability to have any application leverage any cloud with any hypervisor. For example, a production workload should be able to reside in a VMware based private cloud for performance, while leveraging Amazon for cost effective backup and a Hyper-V based managed service provider for high SLA disaster recovery. Enterprises want the capability to expand their available choices in terms of meeting the needs of the business. IT provides the robust foundation to ensure end-user productivity across disciplines, and they need to be able to react fast.
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BC/DR in the Cloud Era: Options and Challenges

In this paper, we will discuss the different types of Cloud BC/DR solutions and the challenges faced by both customers and Cloud Service Providers (CSP) prior to Zerto Virtual Replication (ZVR). Then we will discuss how ZVR addresses these challenges and improves upon many of the traditional solutions.

Zerto performed a similar exercise when creating Zerto Virtual Replication. We first assessed the state of the industry, and then developed a solution to not only meet, but also exceed the required capabilities of both the consumer and the provider for cloud-based disaster recovery.

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SAP HANA System Replication on SLES for SAP Applications

“SAP customers invest in SAP HANA” is the conclusion reached by a recent market study carried out by Pierre Audoin Consultants (PAC). In Germany alone, half of the companies expect SAP HANA to become the dominant database platform in the SAP environment. In many cases, the “SAP Business Suite® powered by SAP HANA” scenario is already being discussed in concrete terms.

Naturally, SUSE is also accommodating this development by providing SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP Applications – the recommended and supported operating system for SAP HANA. In close collaboration with SAP and hardware partners, therefore, SUSE will provide two resource agents for customers to ensure the high availability of SAP HANA system replications.

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SAP HANA and SUSE® Linux Enterprise Server

SAP HANA is by far the most in-demand in-memory platform on the market. Across all industries and regions, users benefit from its accelerated business processes, operations, decisions and simplified data landscapes to reduce costs.

A study by Forrester Research on behalf of SAP showed that customers who introduce SAP HANA can save over 70 percent on software investments and 15 percent on hardware costs compared with traditional databases. At the same time, SAP HANA is evolving into a leading development and application platform.

Read more to learn how.

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Managing Identities, Access and Trust for Digital Workplace Success

The digital workplace is a business strategy to boost employee agility and engagement through a more consumerized work environment. For most organizations, that means providing more mobile, cloud-based and social networking services. IAM programs are still largely focused on traditional corporate styles and technologies and embed traditional security and risk management controls. IAM can thus be an inhibitor for the digital workplace, inhibiting employee agility and engagement gains, and reducing the value of this investment.

This whitepaper will show you the best practices in pursuing a sucessful digital workplace.

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Understand The State Of Identity And Access Management: 2014 To 2015

This report provides a spending and technology adoption benchmark for security and risk (S&R) leaders responsible for developing their organization’s identity and access management (IAM) strategy. Throughout the year, Forrester analysts engage in hundreds of discussions with vendors and end users about IAM. Analysis of B2B survey data from Forrester’s Business Technographics® Global Security Survey, 2014 provides an additional layer of insight into the state of IAM today and as S&R pros adapt IAM to meet the requirements of today’s digital business.
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Differentiating Between Personal and Enterprise Unified Communications

It used to be the case that enterprise communications systems provided more features than the communications people used in their personal lives. Think of voicemail, call forwarding, recording, and multiple lines vs. the single POTS line you had at home (we know, we’re dating ourselves). But now, in the Internet era, the tables seem to be turning, with the rate of innovation in personal communications far outstripping what is happening in the enterprise.
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An Upgrade Path to Enterprise Unified Communications

Cloud unified communications (UC) started as a mostly small and midsize business (SMB) phenomenon, but has recently been moving upmarket to larger enterprise customers based on demand. This isn’t surprising - UC has many advantages over traditional private branch exchange (PBX) deployments, including features, redundancy, and price. But enterprise customers migrating from an on-premise PBX to a cloud UC solution expect the same quality and reliability they had with their PBX and primary rate interfaces (PRIs).

Download this whitepaper to find out how Fuze can provide customers the quality service they deserve.

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Unified Communications Security Measures: Ensuring Peace of Mind

The decision to invest in new technology should never be taken lightly. From calculating ROI to anticipating and negotiating contracts and changes in infrastructure, there are a multitude of factors to consider when making the transition to a new or upgraded communication service. Yet while financial and infrastructure decisions are ultimately major factors in a company’s choice of deployment, another significant area is often overlooked— the impact that a new solution will have on your company’s security.
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5 Reasons Why Multi-Tenant Unified Communications Beats Multi-Instance

We were recently asked for our thoughts on multi-tenancy vs. multiinstance architectures and which made better sense for cloud unified communications (UC) service deployment. You might wonder why anyone would care about this, as long as the services work. But the thing is, the multi-tenant vs. multi-instance debate uncovers fundamentally different approaches to delivering UC in the cloud. Fuze has spent eight years building a cloud UC platform with a multitenant architecture, so our allegiance is clear. This being said, we meet regularly with cloud UC providers that have opted for a multi-instance approach. Most of these folks are smart people, so to dismiss them as wrong isn’t fair.
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