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Six Essential Considerations When Choosing a Field Service Software Solution
Source: IFS There are numerous CRM, call center, help desk and ERP solutions available that can help companies control and manage their call center and customer support activities more effectively. However, field service requirements are much more complex and diverse than call center and customer support functions. Therefore, it is essential that companies considering software for field service evaluate, select, and deploy software designed specifically for field service. If you're in the process of evaluating field service software, be sure that both the solution and the vendor selected conform with each of the six criteria described in this white paper. Read More...
BYOD Without Tears: The Impact and Challenge for Network Engineers
Source: Fluke Networks Bring your own device (BYOD) is as much a sign of cultural change as it is an indicator of prevailing technology trends. But network performance and security concerns can arise when employees want to use their personal devices at work. This white paper looks at the challenges of integrating BYOD with corporate networks in a way that BYOD does not compromise connectivity or performance for established wired and wireless users. Read More...
5 DNS Security Risks That Keep You Up At Night (And How To Get Back To Sleep)
Source: Dynamic Network Services DDoS, cache poisoning, footprinting, oh my! Who knew that there were so many ways to threaten the security of your DNS? Read this white paper to find out all of the scary details about these attacks and what you can do to prevent them. Read More...


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How to Avoid the Pitfalls of Shipping Your Software Application as an Appliance
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