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Empower the Workforce

by BMC SoftwareNov 11, 2015

To help your enterprise achieve optimal productivity, you need to help people work smarter, faster, and more easily. This includes empowering people with intuitive access to IT services, knowledge, and experiences they need -- wherever and however they're needed. This whitepaper discusses four key elements for modernizing service management, including:

- Full mobile access to the service desk on any device
- Consumerized self-service that fits the way people work
- Embedded social

Transforming the Way Customers and Organizations Engage

by IBMNov 03, 2015

Thanks to the proliferation of mobile, social and cloud-based technologies, customers today have higher expectations that ever. Increasingly, customers want to engage with companies on their own terms, serving themselves through digital channels rather than calling into phone centers. In order to meet the changing demands of their customers, organizations need the right solution that can help them harness the vast amounts of customer data in ways that yield personalized, seamless customer

Infographic: The State of Unified Communications in the Enterprise

by XO CommunicationsOct 12, 2015

According to a recent UBM Tech study, unified communications is providing tremendous benefits to current adopters. Given the positive experiences of UC adopters, why aren't more companies moving forward with their own implementation? Download the infographic to find out what's holding other back.

Top 7 Reasons to Centralize Your Business Communications

by XO CommunicationsOct 09, 2015

If you're tired of juggling separate phone systems at each of your office locations, it's time to learn the top 7 reasons to centralize your business communications. Read this paper and find out how centralizing your communications will remove management complexity while you gain cost savings and scalability.

6 Benefits of Unified Communications as a Service

by XO CommunicationsOct 09, 2015

Despite the dazzle of UC, the hassle of implementing and supporting it can deter enterprises from adopting UC. Read this paper to learn 6 reasons why Unified Communcations as a Service (UCaaS) removes the UC burden and allows enterprises to delegate the work to trusted hosted service provider.

The State of UC: Future Adopters Poised to Reap Benefits via Cloud

by XO CommunicationsOct 09, 2015

Companies like yours are successfully addressing communications and collaboration challenges with Unified Communications. According to a new UBM Research Study, 87% of adopters say UC met or exceeded their expectations. Learn what holds others back, and how to overcome those obstacles. Download the report.

Case Study eBook: Corporate IT Leaders Tell How They Handle Today's Telecom Challenges

by XO CommunicationsOct 09, 2015

What's top of mind for today's IT leaders? How are they handling their biggest network and telecom challenges? Download this eBook to find out how three IT execs address their companies' critical business issues by utilizing enterprise communications solutions from XO.

Nestle Case Study - Internal Communications and Collaboration

by KollectiveOct 09, 2015

Nestlé leverages Kollective to give 160,000 employees a voice, enabling internal communications and collaboration with no impact on the network.

The Kollective SD ECDN How it Works

by KollectiveOct 09, 2015

The Kollective Software Defined Network Enterprise Content Delivery Network is a robust infrastructure component for secure and efficient content delivery over large corporate networks.

Living Color Over Living Networks: How to Optimally Deliver Video in the Enterprise

by KollectiveOct 06, 2015

There's no way around it. Enterprise IT has to deliver much more video across the business. Millennial work culture is demanding it, and the proven value of video as a collaborative communications medium is too compelling to forgo. The only question is whether enterprise IT will get video delivery right or wrong.

This paper explores how companies can successfully implement a software-defined enterprise content delivery network (SD ECDN) that 1) leverages the existing network and its


BMC Software

Business runs on IT. IT runs on BMC Software. Business thrives when IT runs smarter, faster, and stronger. That's why the most demanding IT organizations in the world rely on BMC Software across both distributed and mainframe environments. Recognized as the leader in Business Service Management, BMC offers a comprehensive approach and unified platform that helps IT organizations cut cost, reduce risk and drive business profit. For the four fiscal quarters ended September 30, 2008, BMC revenue was approximately $1.83 billion. Visit www.bmc.com for more information.


IBM is the world's largest information technology company, with 80 years of leadership in helping clients innovate. Drawing on a breadth of capabilities and best practices from across IBM and our extensive partner ecosystem, we offer clients within every industry, a wide range of services, solutions and technologies that can help them improve productivity, respond rapidly to the needs of their business and reduce development and operations costs.


Kollective Technology is a leading cloud-based software company utilizing the power of Software Defined Networking techniques to bring immediate value to the enterprise IT organization. From its software defined enterprise content delivery network that powers over millions of enterprise desktops; to the edge related tools for IT like Network Readiness Testing, Software Delivery and Network Analytics, Kollective drives a powerful ROI and brings the flexibility of software defined networking a reality.

XO Communications

XO Communications provides the technology that helps business and wholesale customers compete in a hyper-connected economy. In the U.S., XO owns and operates one of the largest IP and Ethernet networks that customers rely on for private data networking, cloud connectivity, unified communications. Visit www.xo.com or blog.xo.com. XO Communications is also on Twitter and LinkedIn.