Network Change and Configuration Management

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Ennio’s predictions for 2011 – IT Automation, Security and Configuration Management (part 3)

TweetIT Automation Each year sees an increase in the amount of IT tasks and operations that can be automated. 2011 will be no different, according to Ennio Carboni: As the number of networked devices inside and outside the enterprise continue to explode – both in infrastructure (e.g. routers, switches and systems infrastructure supporting video, and […]

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Facing Budget Cuts? Need to Do More with Less? Let’s see if we can help with that.

TweetAlthough we are all familiar with budget cuts, this might ring close to home for the UK public sector, where on October 20 the government announced an intense review of public sector spending. However, given the less than ideal state of the international economy, working effectively within budget constraints is no less prevalent worldwide. Our […]

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Smart Network Management Requires Organization and Foresight

TweetThanks to Chris Hampton of Realtime Publishers we have a few tips to make your life as a network admin easier. Through automation and other efficient methods of network management you can make yourself the ultimate resource for network status and configuration knowledge, while at the same time alleviating your stress points. One way to […]

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Best Practices in Network Configuration and Change Management

TweetWhen your business is growing so is your network. Even when business isn’t booming (thanks economy) your business’ infrastructure can be evolving too. What you need is a tool that can manage these changes for you. Little known fact: 75% of network outages and performance issues are the result of misconfiguration error. No one wants […]

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Worry free Network Configuration and Change Management

TweetAn ordinary day for a network administrator can tend to be anything but. Whether you’re dealing with help-desk tickets, installing new applications into the infrastructure or troubleshooting a network outage, there never seems to be a shortage of tasks on your daily to do list. One of the more important aspects of your job, when it […]

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