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IBM PureData Sytem for Transactions: Delivering “Competitive-Advantage-Critical” Data Services: Whitepaper

Infostructure Associates reviews the benefits and value add of the IBM PureData System for Transactions, stating that '...IBM PureData System for Transactions is a significant step forward in transactional scalability that should allow savvy users to achieve better near-real-time data processing to run the business and to gain competitive advantage on its own, or as a key part of a full information-management solution.’

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Cloud Control: Moving to the Comfort Zone: Whitepaper

As cloud deployments accelerate, there's no question that Federal agencies are reaping the benefits – improved agility, less IT complexity, and greater collaboration through shared services. But, while the benefits are clear, concerns around data stewardship and management can stop migrations in their tracks. So how are Federal agencies dealing with the control challenge? To find out, MeriTalk surveyed 153 Federal IT professionals closely involved in their agency's cloud implementations.