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Has your virtualised server or desktop environment become just too difficult and expensive to manage and maintain using your existing SAN storage? Do you lack visibility into virtualisation performance bottlenecks? And are tape backups and data moves between Data Centres far too cumbersome? If you’re thinking “yes” or even “possibly”, we’d like to show you … Continued

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During the start-up years of any new technology company the specialist integrators who represent them have to evangelise to the market, be able to open a mind to new possibilities. Often in this time there will be a number of different options for the customer to evaluate, and the big players finding themselves on the … Continued

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With RiOS version 9.1 now available you may be wondering what the highlights are? I thought I’d pull together some of the gems in the new feature set.   There are many more new features available with RiOS 9.1 but these are the most noteworthy from my perspective: Feature: Web proxy Single-ended Web proxy transparently intercepts … 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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If you’re looking to increase your network agility and lower your costs, you are probably already considering software defined WAN. If you’re looking for reliable and secure access to cloud services and SaaS you’ll want the ability to extend the reach of the corporate WAN into the cloud.  We’ve noticed that many companies have found … Continued

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Monitoring Office 365

By Leigh Collett
12/08/2015

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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There is a flippant comment I am hearing more and more now when people talk about issues which is “Well that’s a first world problem!”. This week with another Tube Strike just finished (I am assuming this topic will be used in a number of posts!) employers will be looking at how they can get … Continued

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Today’s networks are facing bigger and more complex DDoS attacks, which lead to downtime of critical applications, websites and networks, hurting businesses where it hurts the most. While firewalls and IPS devices are essential components of a security strategy, they aren’t designed specifically to stop DDoS attacks, and can leave an organisation vulnerable to attack. … Continued

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According to the latest research from our Partners Tintri, those using traditional storage systems are suffering more pain points than those who have implemented next generation technology. 53% of traditional storage system users have reported performance pain v’s 30% of those using next-gen platforms. Despite the 75% growth in virtualised workloads in the last decade, … Continued

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I hear the network engineers among you muttering already! But this isn’t some suggestion that there is a new miracle ROI if you deploy a WAN Optimization solution that culls a bunch of engineers. Far from it. To make the most of your WAN optimization solution, at least some of your network engineers need to … Continued

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