Centralized Data Backup: It Doesn’t Have to Cripple Your WAN

The need to be close to customers, manufacturing facilities, and specialized labor requires organizations to extend the concept of headquarters to many locations. But managing a global workforce means dealing with data sprawl, and having data recovery and security plans for every part of the organization. Learn how wide-area network (WAN) technology can help you develop a scalable and secure data protection model.

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Application-Aware Network Performance Management for Dummies

Organizations depend on their networks and applications for the success of their business. Traditionally, networks and application performance were monitored separately, but they are increasingly interdependent. When a user experiences network difficulties, it doesn’t matter to the user where the problem lies—it matters only that he or she get the service expected.

Application-aware network performance management (AANPM) is a new, integrated approach to monitoring service. This e-book explores... Read More

Growing Google Apps: How to Increase Google Adoption in Your Organization

Change is hard for everyone. But switching from your old system to Google Apps doesn’t have to be difficult, and acceptance of the new Google Apps system within your organization will allow your company to flourish. Supporting everyone on the team through the adoption process is vital to a successful move to Google Apps.

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Edge Consolidation Delivers Peace of Mind for IT

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To increase agility while lowering costs, information technology (IT) organizations are using virtualization and cloud-based infrastructure services to consolidate and reduce the number of physical servers and data centers across the enterprise. As organizations consolidate data backup and disaster recovery operations, wide-area network (WAN) optimization plays a key role in mitigating risk without sacrificing performance. Find out how to balance data protection and application performance, and... Read More

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