Applications


Using APM (Application Performance Management), NPM (Network Performance Management) and EUM (End User Monitoring) Tools. Ensuring good application performance in organisations is becoming increasingly difficult. The consequences to organisations of bad application performance are also becoming more significant, whether they affect employee productivity, B2B communications or the consumer directly. The tendency is that the performance … Continued

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As an IT professional at a college or university, you’ve undoubtedly noticed how connected the students on your campus have become. They’re more dependent on devices, more addicted to applications and consume media content more rapidly now than even just a few years ago thanks to the on-demand revolution. Instant gratification is in — and the … Continued

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If you were looking to buy a new car, its possible that you’d check out some of the reviews online before you made the purchase. With the consumerisation of IT a reality rather than a trend, the world of reviews is starting to take off in the world of enterprise tech.   If you look around the internet for … Continued

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Our partners at AppDynamics have told us that an application outage can cost a Fortune 500 company, on average, a huge $8,800 a minute! So, even when your applications run as expected 99.5% of the time, you still risk about an hour a week of potential downtime. The impact your application’s performance has on revenue … Continued

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MTTI = Mean Time To Innocence, everyone working in IT has at some point been been involved with an all hands call, meeting or war rooms when the proverbial hits the fan. These can be frustrating, embarrassing and sometimes aggressive meetings where you have everyone fighting their own corner. The Network guy pointing at the … Continued

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If so, you might like this whitepaper, How Today’s Hybrid Enterprises Can Thrive in Disruptive Times as food for thought. As businesses become more digital, users are demanding even more capabilities – and they want them all now. Sound familiar? So how do you make sure your IT team can respond rapidly and proactively to network … Continued

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There are many compelling reasons for moving to Microsoft Office 365, not least the cost of owning and running your own MS Office infrastructure. But the nub for most IT managers is a loss of control, let’s forget about the ‘not built here syndrome’, but the fact that when there are complaints it’s slow, they … Continued

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