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Published By: Managed Systems, Inc.     Published Date: Aug 14, 2008
No matter the size of the business, technology plays a critical role in its financial success. At the most basic level, companies have to deal with desktop and laptop computers for all their employees, e-mail, access to the Internet, Blackberries, and other kinds of on-site and remote devices. Add networking issues like viruses, spam and bandwidth utilization, and suddenly, this effort becomes a major challenge to anyone operating a small or mid-sized business (SMBs) with limited resources and a limited budget.
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network management, smb, small business, medium business, mid-sized business, smb networks, managed systems, it services
    
Managed Systems, Inc.
Published By: Tail-f Systems     Published Date: Sep 16, 2008
The key issues involved in developing on-device network management systems for carrier-grade enterprise and operator networks are the same for any other networked resource, only with more complexity and built-in restrictions due to the limited space and processing capabilities inherent to these types of devices.
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network management, on-device network management systems, carrier-grade requirements, high availability, network scalability, tail-f, tailf, networking
    
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Published By: Tail-f Systems     Published Date: Oct 01, 2008
Network management systems must adapt to meet the requirements of next generation networks.  For example, a user interfaces may need to be refreshed with a state-of-the-art Web interface or support for the NETCONF protocol may be required to help customers deploy scalable networks. Adding functionality and integrating with existing applications and data stores has multiple trade-offs in terms of development time and system efficacy.
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network management, next-generation networks, netconf, legacy networks, network management systems, tail f, tail-f, tailf
    
Tail-f Systems
Published By: HP - Enterprise     Published Date: Jun 05, 2013
The term “network management” encompasses a broad range of solutions from single point products to element managers to large enterprise-class solutions. For the purpose of this ENTERPRISE MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATES® (EMA™) report, the term Enterprise Network Management Systems (ENMS) includes network-centric management solutions that are used by large organizations’ operations and engineering teams to discover, monitor, assess, troubleshoot, and generally maintain highly distributed enterprise networks. For this EMA™ Radar, the focus was put specifically on core capabilities and features primarily associated with network operations’ need to ensure health and availability of the network. Supporting functional capabilities such as performance monitoring, configuration management, asset management, as well as integrated management of connected non-network devices were also considered, but as non-critical (albeit helpful/valuable) extensions.
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ema radar, network management, systems, network, management, infrastructure, network architecture, network performance
    
HP - Enterprise
Published By: Intelladon     Published Date: Mar 10, 2012
View three short videos to learn more about Cornerstone OnDemand's integrated talent management suite consisting of a business social networking and employee collaboration platform, a learning management system (LMS) and a performance management platform.
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talent management, human resources, hr management, employee management, performance management
    
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Published By: CDW     Published Date: Mar 18, 2016
Client virtualization technologies are redefining the way IT resources are delivered to end users, and creating exciting new opportunities for IT organizations as they work to streamline and improve operations. By abstracting applications and operating systems from client hardware, virtualization enables client assets to be stored on central servers and delivered to client endpoints. The implications are profound. End users can log on to any networkconnected computing device and access their custom operating system and application environment. For IT departments, central management of client virtual machine (VM) images brings efficiencies in everything from routine maintenance and updating to operating system upgrades.
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Published By: IBM     Published Date: Sep 27, 2013
Customers require flexible, agile and easy to consume IT solutions to succeed in business. With those requirements in mind, IBM recently announced PureSystems. Harvard Research Group (HRG) has taken a closer look at PureSystems and and how it compares to Cisco UCS.
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ibm, ibm puresystems, it services, expert integrated systems, it solutions, software, hardware, networking
    
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Published By: VMware     Published Date: Feb 24, 2017
Mobile device management (MDM) tools allow companies to connect their employees securely to basic corporate network resources. Enterprise mobility management (EMM) goes a step further by enabling secure mobile versions of business-critical applications and data loss prevention to protect corporate information. But in today's workplace, employees and businesses deal with a vast variety of devices with different operating systems and form factors, from PCs and laptops, to tablets and smartphones, and now, increasingly wearables and Internet of Things (IoT) endpoints. The solution is unified endpoint management (UEM), which enables organizations to take a consistent approach to manage and secure every endpoint, any app and content, and across deployment use cases from a single holistic platform. Read this whitepaper to uncover VMware AirWatch®'s leading UEM approach that is benefiting organizations tremendously.
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Published By: Juniper Networks     Published Date: Jun 22, 2017
This document is targeted at networking and virtualization architects interested in deploying VMware NSX network virtualization in a multi-hypervisor environment based on the integrated solution from VMware and Juniper. VMware’s Software Defined Data Center (SDDC) vision leverages core data center virtualization technologies to transform data center economics and business agility through automation and non disruptive deployment that embraces and extends existing compute, network and storage infrastructure investments. NSX is the component providing the networking virtualization pillar of this vision. As a platform, NSX provides partners the capability of integrating their solution and build on the top of the existing functionalities. NSX enables an agile overlay infrastructure for public and private cloud environments leveraging Juniper’s robust and resilient underlay infrastructure that also helps bridge the physical and virtual worlds using the L2 gateway functionality.
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network security, account security, data management, network security, secure systems, application security, network performance, network diagnostics
    
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Published By: Canon Solutions America     Published Date: Feb 28, 2019
Today’s data breaches are planned and executed with military precision. This Security Brief reveals how cybercriminals can get in and out of your network without being detected. It also gives you tips for helping secure your data, documents, and devices.
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canon security solutions, security printing, secure printing, print security, secure print solutions, secure printing, secure documents, document security
    
Canon Solutions America
Published By: Box     Published Date: Jun 22, 2018
• When it comes to the cloud, most businesses have moved from wait-and-see to a "how do we make it happen now?" approach. • But the complexities of moving valuable content from legacy systems to the cloud is still a daunting challenge. That's why some businesses are putting off the move even though they're painfully aware of the limitations of legacy infrastructure like network shares, enterprise content management systems and general purpose file servers. • The good news is the upside of migrating away from legacy infrastructure to a Cloud Content Management platform is far greater than the effort to get there. All you need is a plan. • Our new eBook, From legacy infrastructure to the cloud: A migration journey in 5 steps, gives you a clear, methodical process for migrating your organization to a Cloud Content Management solution.
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