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Bandwidth Bandits
IT managers need to establish policies for Web use in the workplace. This paper discusses how Internet bandwidth is a finite and expensive resource that needs

bandwidth controler  paper discusses how Internet bandwidth is a finite and expensive resource that needs protection from spammers, criminals, hackers, time-wasters, and employee misuse. Not only is it expensive and limited but it is a vital business tool. Discover the true cost of Web use and misuse, and learn the steps you can take to reclaim your company’s Internet. Read More...
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Bandwidth Utilization Improvements with Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0
Your customer relationship management (CRM) solution must be able to deliver across marketing, sales, and service while offering user scalability, data

bandwidth controler  with functionality for network bandwidth use improvements of up to 94 percent. Read More...
HSIA: From Problem to Profit-An Introduction to Internet Bandwidth Management for Hospitality Managers
High-speed Internet access (HSIA) has become a key technology asset for many hospitality providers around the world. But as a widely regarded bottom-line

bandwidth controler  Profit-An Introduction to Internet Bandwidth Management for Hospitality Managers High-speed Internet access (HSIA) has become a key technology asset for many hospitality providers around the world. But as a widely regarded bottom-line impacting resource, HSIA must be properly managed in order to prevent negative impacts on a facility’s revenue. Learn how to create a strong, winning HSIA strategy that will increase your guest satisfaction and secure recurring revenue well into the future. Read More...
Bandwidth Management in Next-generation Packet Networks
Bandwidth managers can provide the basis of a large-scale solution for a quality of service (QoS) that can support public switched telephone network (PSTN

bandwidth controler  in Next-generation Packet Networks Bandwidth managers can provide the basis of a large-scale solution for a quality of service (QoS) that can support public switched telephone network (PSTN)-grade services. A key aspect of the solution is the ability to be integrated with multi-protocol label switching (MPLS) traffic engineering capabilities, to provide a highly scalable, resilient, and rigorous solution for end-to-end quality of service. Read More...
How to Boost File Transfer Speeds 100x Without Increasing Bandwidth
This white paper discusses why pure TCP-based file transfer protocols are unable to fully utilize network throughput due to high latency or packet loss, and how

bandwidth controler  Speeds 100x Without Increasing Bandwidth This white paper discusses why pure TCP-based file transfer protocols are unable to fully utilize network throughput due to high latency or packet loss, and how to accelerate file transfers up to 100x utilizing a combination of UDP and TCP. Read More...
The 2008 Handbook of Application Delivery: A Guide to Decision Making
IT organizations can no longer manage networks in isolation from the applications they support, requiring a shift from focusing on devices to a focus on

bandwidth controler  efficient applications and that bandwidth costs will decrease to the point where they can afford to throw bandwidth at performance problems. The complexity associated with application delivery will increase over the next few years . That follows in part because as explained in this handbook, the deployment of new application development paradigms1 such as SOA (Services Oriented Architecture), Rich Internet Architecture and Web 2.0 will dramatically increase the difficulty of ensuring acceptable Read More...
IBM’s “Shark” Eaten by EMC’s “BASS”
EMC announced its latest high-end Symmetrix models, capable of scaling up to 19.2 terabytes of disk space. Perhaps they should name it the BASS (Big-Advanced

bandwidth controler  has doubled the internal bandwidth (a/k/s bus speed ), from 700 MS/sec to a whopping 1.4 GB/sec, far surpassing IBM's 800 MB/sec. EMC's most serious competition currently comes from IBM, but Jim Rothnie, EMC's senior vice president of product management, has stated That will be the closest time when our competitor will catch up to were we are now. Our lead has been extended to three years. As if falling behind in the capacity race was not bad enough, IBM recently announced that basic Fibre Channel Read More...
The Critical Importance of Three-dimensional Protection (3DP) in an Intrusion Prevention System
High-profile cyber-attacks are imprinted in the enterprise security worldview, and for good reason. Enterprises without sound intrusion prevention strategies

bandwidth controler  network infrastructure, while maximizing bandwidth for mission-critical traffic. Read More...
Intuitive Display of Complex Data on iOS
This is a case study of the design process for an iOS application. The software in question accepts a high-bandwidth, real-time stream of multidimensional data

bandwidth controler  in question accepts a high-bandwidth, real-time stream of multidimensional data from a hardware accessory, and must present this data to the user in a form that can be easily understood and manipulated. This paper will examine the decisions made during the design process and the tradeoffs considered, and extract some lessons about how to solve this type of problem within the constraints of a mobile device. Read More...
Napster Cooks up Soup-to-Gnutella Network Management Challenges
Recent legal actions against online MP3 search services suggest U.S. businesses may be liable for not restricting programs like Napster and Gnutella on their

bandwidth controler  - legal liability and bandwidth consumption. Since Gnutella is a shifting peer-to-peer network, searches are distributed and cascaded amongst other connected Gnutella users. It's not quite a broadcast storm, but it's not a frugal consumer of shared bandwidth either. Also, for Gnutella, the lack of a centralized server means distributed searches run via broadcast cascades on TCP port 6346. At a minimum, make sure you restrict firewall access to ports 6699 (Napster) and 6346 (Gnutella). Since these Read More...
InterMapper
InterMapper is a leading network monitoring, mapping and alerting application. It is an easy to configure and fully featured tool and is integrated with a

bandwidth controler  potential hardware, software and bandwidth issues that could cause business interruptions. Read More...
Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) Quality of Service and StreamSense
The increasing number of remotely-accessible business applications and the consolidation of data centers have turned the wide area network (WAN) into a

bandwidth controler  constant demand. But as bandwidth is limited, competition between various types of traffic can slow your mission-critical applications, to the detriment of employee productivity and satisfaction. Find out what you can do to ease the pain. Read More...
An In-depth Look at ROI
As the economy turns sour, and IT budgets remain flat or get reduced, doing more with the infrastructure you have has never been more important. But investing

bandwidth controler  infrastructure, storage, servers, and bandwidth is not going to help you reach your strategic goals. Get a return on investment (ROI) analysis for one brand of network appliances that can help you reach your IT objectives. Read More...
Choosing a Solution for Web Filtering: Software, Appliance, Managed Service?
There are three types of web security solutions: software-based, appliance-based, and managed services. Each needs to be evaluated against several key buying

bandwidth controler  businesses today. Efficiency, productivity, bandwidth and corporate reputation can all take a big hit if employees squander office hours on inappropriate surfing activities. Unfortunately, the web now offers more potential distractions than ever before. The key examples which eat up valuable in-house resources include chat rooms, iPlayer and other streaming media, online games and file downloads (see MessageLabs Intelligence Report, August 2008 www.messagelabs.com/resources/mlireports ). Statistically Read More...

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