The Road to Better Visibility: Virtualization, the Cloud, and Managed Services

Cloud and virtualization both help deliver optimal resources, on-demand utilization, flexibility, and scalability. However, business owners often have to address issues that are common with computer networks such as unauthorized use, outside intrusion, data loss and technical support. A managed services solution that is well-planned, efficient, and cost-effective is crucial to maintaining a functioning network. By outsourcing service management, organizations can devote time and resources to more important aspects of the business, while critical systems and data are hosted in a secure environment. Learn more. Download now.

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The Need to Rethink the WAN

Technological advances have evolved at an exponential rate over recent decades—we’ve seen the advent of the Internet, cloud computing, virtualization, and several other technologies. But the wide area network (WAN) technologies that are currently in use in most branch offices have changed little since the 1990s.

Business environments today are experiencing unprecedented growth and change, and IT departments are losing visibility and control. Traditional WAN technologies are a mismatch for... Read More

5 Must-Haves to Solve the Allocation Riddle

Resource management is the ultimate puzzle. By nature, corporate resources are limited, so deciding how to allocate the various pieces presents a daily challenge. It can be frustrating to be sure—but improve the way you negotiate and manage resources, and you’ll improve upon every business function in your company.

A professional services automation (PSA) solution can help you optimize expenditure and ensure your people, processes, vehicles, equipment, and materials are being... Read More

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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