The Gartner Application Architecture, Development & Integration Summit, November 15-17 in Los Angeles, will help you with your key challenges and application strategy decisions on cloud, SOA and the overhaul of your existing applications. In three action-packed days you'll learn from and interact with 34 Gartner analysts, your peers and solution leaders in a variety of formats to drill down into your most critical topics, including cloud computing, SOA, governance, modernization, agile, event processing and much more.

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Whitepaper: Gartner Magic Quadrant for Secure Email Gateways, 2014

by GartnerJan 29, 2015

Discover who is leading the pack when it comes to Secure Email Gateway technology. Is your email security this good?

Whitepaper: Private Cloud Computing and the Future of Infrastructure

by GartnerOct 05, 2010

The majority of large enterprises see private clouds in their future. Choosing whether to invest in building a cloud service versus buying from cloud service providers will become more challenging over the next few years. How private cloud architectures are designed and built matters. This presentation by Gartner analyst Tom Bittman, will discuss the private cloud computing trend, best practices and case studies.

Whitepaper: Application Platforms for Cloud Computing: Who, Why and When

by GartnerOct 05, 2010

Cloud computing represents an irresistible opportunity for some projects and an unknown quantity for others. This presentation by Gartner analyst Yefim Natis, will examine the essentials of the platform technology that enables cloud-style business applications, review the best practices of approaching cloud in business application projects and look at who should (or should not) begin investment in cloud application platforms, when and why.

Whitepaper: RFID: Waiting for Its Wal-Mart Moment

by GartnerJan 01, 2008

The entire RFID industry is waiting anxiously for its ""Wal-Mart moment"" - that is, when the world’s largest retailer dictates the use of low-cost, disposable RFID labels for all the goods it purchases from suppliers. Although the sheer power that Wal-Mart wields over its supply chain - indeed, the entire Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) market - is immense, Wal-Mart recognizes that a decree from Bentonville, AR, will not be enough to trigger the mass adoption that the market is so eagerly anticipating. The price of tags, the most commonly cited obstacle to mass adoption, is dropping as projected and will fall to less than $0.05 per tag by YE04.

Whitepaper: Magic Quadrant for Unified Communications, 2007

by GartnerJan 01, 2008

Unified Communications (UC) offer the ability to significantly improve how individuals, groups and companies interact and perform. UC enables multiple communication channels to be coordinated. In some cases, separate servers may be consolidated, but more frequently, UC adds value to existing communication servers. Key technologies include Internet Protocol (IP)-PBX, Voice over IP (VoIP), presence, e-mail, audio and Web conferencing, videoconferencing, voice mail, unified messaging and Instant Messaging (IM). The largest single value of UC is its ability to reduce ""human latency"" in business processes.