Tag Archives: Network Management

Is Your Network Management Software Managing YOU? [infographic]

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You may already have software in place to monitor your network, applications and servers, but the question remains, is that software actually working for you? Or instead, does it have you working harder to deliver the IT performance your organization needs? In other words, is your network managing you, or are you managing YOUR network?

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Survey: UK Public Sector Lacks Focus on Network Management

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This is a perfect storm of device overload and application performance problems that they’ll struggle to manage. Government bodies in the UK should ask themselves what they really need to understand about their network, and ensure they’re using a solution closely aligned to this need.

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Is BYOD Penalizing Your Organization During the World Cup?


Ratings for the 2014 World Cup are beginning to surpass even the most optimistic television executive’s expectations. With the drama unfolding further after every match, viewers are tuning in with record numbers. While this is proving great for television, it is creating obstacles for organizations and their networks. One of the biggest issues facing IT pros is the bring your own device (BYOD) population.

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Is Your Network Ready for the World Cup?


Over the next several weeks we’ll explore what increased viewership of this event, coupled with the increase in networked devices and availability of streaming options mean to your organization.

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End Wireless Bandwidth Abuse and Tame the BYOD Beast in One Day


He suspected those who were trying to work were being affected by others who were listening to streaming music on Pandora or Spotify, or watching videos on YouTube or Vimeo, on their personal devices. But he just didn’t the ability have to confirm it. If he couldn’t control the use of wireless bandwidth he’d have to start paying his ISP a lot more money just to keep up.

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