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Managed Hosting in Europe: A Review of the Managed Hosting Market and Suppliers in Europe
The increasing use of virtualization allowed managed hosting providers to reduce costs by sharing infrastructure between customers, creating the earliest

managed windows hosting  the provision of one-to-one managed servers, with both Windows and Linux in equal measure, and a small number of UNIX deployments. These servers are owned and managed by Claranet on behalf of its customers. It also provides shared infrastructure and is building a cloud platform where high growth is expected. Claranet's data centres are all fully ITIL® v3 compliant. Claranet charges a fixed price per server under management, be it a physical server or a virtual server or per application instance, with Read More

Outsourcing, IT Infrastructure
The IT Infrastructure Outsourcing knowledge base focuses on the selection of companies who provide outsource services in the areas of information technology (IT) infrastructure. The typical type...
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Evaluating the Total Cost of Network Ownership
The upfront expenses of a network comprise only 19% of the total cost. The remaining 81% can sneak up on bank management, often unaware of some subtle TCO

managed windows hosting  designs. He has also managed large-scale multivendor integration projects, involving data migration from Netware to Windows NT, while maintaining UNIX and SNA connectivity. Brian is experienced in facilitating the migration of large firms' outdated software to Windows 95 and Windows NT Workstation. Using platforms including Windows NT, Novell Netware, SUN Solaris, IBM AS/400 and IBM mainframes, he provided onsite Level 3 support for national firms in multi-platform environments. Brian has also conducted Read More
ROI Systems Defies The Odds Through Delighted Customers Part Three: Strengths, Challenges and User Recommendations
ROI System is definitely a

managed windows hosting  Internet service request management, vendor-managed inventory (VMI), and expanded advanced planning and scheduling (APS). While the company cannot be regarded as a leader in the market as its customer base amounts to over 400, primarily (over 90%) North American enterprises, the long-term tenure and experience of ROI's staff and the less traumatic upgrade path of the product offerings have not yet left any customer in the lurch. This fact may be a compelling incentive for companies to opt for the vendor. Read More
Buyer’s Guide: Managed Hosting Services
Hosting a Web site in-house can be expensive, as it requires the necessary hardware and software and power and security precautions@not to mention the cost of

managed windows hosting  the only services offered. Managed hosting providers usually allow you to select the software you want installed on your server. This includes the operating system, database and specific applications. Servers can be customized and tailored specific to the customer s needs and requirements. The hardware configurations available from different providers can vary widely, making it incumbent on you to understand your needs before engaging with them. For example, Rackspace offers five basic configurations Read More
Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services / MS Office SharePoint Server 2007
Collaborative tools are becoming essential to sharing data in today’s office environment. You need a solution that can grow to accommodate new projects and uses

managed windows hosting  Gold Certiied Partner, a Managed ISV Partner, and a Microsoft Storage Partner. LeftHand products are Windows certiied, and LeftHand and Microsoft work together on many benchmarks and technical papers relating to Exchange, SQL Server, SharePoint, and System Center. ABOUT LEFTHAND NETWORKS LeftHand Networks is the leader in Open iSCSI SANs. Founded in 1999, the company pioneered the IP SAN market in 2001 with the introduction of SAN/iQ-powered solutions. Today, thousands of SAN/iQ systems are running Read More
Outsourcing Security Part 3: Selecting a Managed Security Services Provider
As the final article in a three-part series on outsourcing security, the following article provides guidelines for selecting a dependable managed security

managed windows hosting  Part 3: Selecting a Managed Security Services Provider Introduction It's the middle of the night. A shadowed figure crouches by the window. He retrieves a menacing instrument and begins fiddling with the lock. But the intruder won't get far: the homeowners have contracted a security provider to monitor a tight alarm system-or so they thought. Actually, the security company has recently gone out of business and failed to notify its customers. As the intruder makes his way into the house, no alarm sounds, Read More
Choosing Between Linux and Microsoft Windows Using an Analytical Hierarchy Process
Because small to medium enterprises are limited in their resources, they must carefully consider which of the two major operating systems available—Microsoft

managed windows hosting  Between Linux and Microsoft Windows Using an Analytical Hierarchy Process When deciding whether to implement an open source or closed source solution, small to medium enterprises must weigh the pros and cons of Linux (an open source operating system) and Microsoft Windows (a closed source operating system), and determine which of the two will serve their business needs at a cost that will suit their budgets. Foundation and Methodology—Hierarchy Since the fact that one proprietary solution is an 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

managed windows hosting  than appliance-based solutions and managed services combined; see Worldwide Messaging Security 2007-2011 Forecast and 2006 Vendor Shares , IDC 2007). MessageLabs believes this picture will change significantly. Essentially, this is due to the drawbacks associated with software-based solutions. These relate directly to the drain on in-house resources that such solutions customarily involve and also to in-built characteristics that militate against continuous, reliable protection: Although the initial Read More
Managed Services: How to Adapt to the Channel Model of the Future
Low margins, a boom in the managed services sector, and a decreasing reliance on client–server-based infrastructures are drastically changing the business

managed windows hosting  a boom in the managed services sector, and a decreasing reliance on client–server-based infrastructures are drastically changing the business landscape for many traditional IT channel players. This paper assesses the challenges facing the IT channel and describes how IT resellers can transform the growing demand for managed services from a threat into a key opportunity for future business success. Read More
Ways to Migrate Windows Applications to UNIX/Linux
Migration can be risky and expensive if handled by inexperienced developers. Seemingly small things can lead to bigger issues and cause performance problems

managed windows hosting  to Migrate Windows Applications to UNIX/Linux Migration can be risky and expensive if handled by inexperienced developers. Seemingly small things can lead to bigger issues and cause performance problems. Hence, the services of a professional migration service provider who has executed similar projects is recommended. Learn about the different ways you can completely migrate from Windows to UNIX and Linux, so that you can make an intelligent, informed decision. Read More
We Are All IT Users Now: Managed Service Providers, Software as a Service, and the Management of Remote Devices
The network of devices used for information, security, and daily transactions is now ubiquitous, and everyone now relies on it even if they don’t acknowledge it

managed windows hosting  All IT Users Now: Managed Service Providers, Software as a Service, and the Management of Remote Devices The network of devices used for information, security, and daily transactions is now ubiquitous, and everyone now relies on it even if they don’t acknowledge it. But network failure can cause widespread disruption, unhappy customers, unproductive employees, and lost business. Ensuring network availability, security, and efficiency is a job for experts who need powerful tools to carry out these Read More
Enterprise Web Hosting Checklist
You should answer several questions about your organization’s needs, requirements, and culture as you decide between a colocation and a cloud computing provider

managed windows hosting  data transfer , Web managed Hosting , web host . You should answer several questions about your organization's needs, requirements and culture as you decide between a colocation and a cloudcomputing provider. You should also consult with potential vendors before subscribing to a new service. You may fi nd that your Web-hosting strategy would benefi t from both types of Web hosting. Consider these questions: Is your company willing to use a service in public beta mode? Many cloud-computing off erings are Read More
Windows Azure Cloud Computing Platform: Technology Partner selection Guide
Organizations today face fierce competition. One strategy for gaining a competitive edge is to look to advanced technological options focused on the core

managed windows hosting  Azure Cloud Computing Platform: Technology Partner selection Guide Organizations today face fierce competition. One strategy for gaining a competitive edge is to look to advanced technological options focused on the core business. With the rapid adoption of cloud computing, organizations can take help from technology partners to cope with their technology requirements. Know the key points and get guidance for selecting a technology partner for Windows Azure cloud computing platform. Read More
Index Data Security in Microsoft Windows Environments
X1 Enterprise Edition lets users search enterprise data with desktop, mobile, or browser clients. Thus, when integrating X1 Enterprise Edition security with an

managed windows hosting  Data Security in Microsoft Windows Environments X1 Enterprise Edition lets users search enterprise data with desktop, mobile, or browser clients. Thus, when integrating X1 Enterprise Edition security with an existing Microsoft network installation, it’s important to understand how X1 security features are configured and deployed (including web server security), and how X1 and Microsoft Windows security layers work together at runtime. Read More
Why Would Anyone Need More Than 50 IP Addresses?
A major “issue” (a/k/a bug) has been uncovered in Windows 2000 Server. A consulting firm has found that administrators cannot add more than 51 IP addresses

managed windows hosting  Would Anyone Need More Than 50 IP Addresses? Why Would Anyone Need More Than 50 IP Addresses? R. Krause - April 25th, 2000 Event Summary (03/31/00, 10:23 a.m. ET) The first major bug in Windows 2000 Server has been reported. This bug deals with the ability of an administrator to add IP address to servers configured as domain controllers. The bug, as reproduced by Computer Reseller News, limits the number of IP addresses an administrator can add to approximately 50. Without a remedy, this bug can create Read More

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