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Network Data Protection Playbook: Network Security Best Practice for Protecting Your Organization
Malicious hacking and illegal access are just a few of the reasons companies lose precious corporate data every year. As the number of network security breaches

high latency wide area network links  for applications that require high bandwidth and no latency impact for application access. Protecting Wireless End-to-End: As companies expand their wireless network, they have two issues to consider. First, where should the data be decrypted? Second, how can a single security policy be applied across all of the various wireless connections, such as the different versions of 802.11, 802.16, metro wireless Ethernet, or even cell-phone data access? The best practice for protecting additional wireless Read More

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Addressing the Complexities of Remote Data Protection
As companies expand operations into new markets, the percentage of total corporate data in remote offices is increasing. Remote offices have unique backup and

high latency wide area network links  enterprise, as well. This high performance and easy-to-use service delivers consistent and cost-effective data protection without increased network investment. Source: IBM Resources Related to Addressing the Complexities of Remote Data Protection : Continuous Data Protection (CDP) (Wikipedia) Addressing the Complexities of Remote Data Protection Remote Data Protection is also known as : Protecting Remote Data , Data Recovery Solutions , Remotely Stored Data , Corporate Data , Adaptive Data Protection Read More
Enterprise Application Integration - Where Is It Now (And What Is It Now)? Part 1: What Is It Now?
Since January 2000 when TEC last addressed the trends in Enterprise Application, there have been massive changes in the overall direction of Application

high latency wide area network links  Windows platform). Scalability for high-volume transaction throughput - We cannot put enough emphasis on attention to scalability. It is almost impossible to know at implementation time what the data volumes will be in the future. Support for varying levels of fault tolerance, load balancing, and failover for mission-critical systems Workflow enablement (via SMTP, publish/subscribe capabilities, etc.) is a key requirement to reduce latency between distributed processes. The product should also have links 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

high latency wide area network links  over a relatively low-speed, high latency WAN. In the vast majority of situations, when people access an application they are accessing it over the WAN. Software as a Service According to Wikipedia4, software as a service (SaaS)   is a software application delivery model where a software vendor develops a web-native software application and hosts and operates (either independently or through a third-party) the application for use by its customers over the Internet. Customers do not pay for owning the Read More
How to Boost Your WAN to Top Speed
While globalization can bridge distances and enhance communication, the story is a little different when it comes to wide area networks (WANs) and their effects

high latency wide area network links  must ensure the same high performance and reliability they once delivered over the LAN, while also cutting costs and increasing security through consolidation. Latency Takes Its Toll TRAVEL THE DISTANCE Latency is the key culprit in slow branch office application delivery. No matter how fast the WAN circuit - or its implementation (VPN, MPLS, Frame Relay, etc.) - WAN throughput decreases as WAN distance increases. Sheer distance, alone, contributes to latency; however, other factors are also to blame. Read More
NetApp (Network Appliance)
NetApp creates innovative products—storage systems and software that help customers around the world store, manage, protect, and retain one of their most

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The Egenera Processing Area Network (PAN) Architecture
The past decade saw the emergence of the storage area network as a way to centralize, consolidate, and virtualize deployment and management of storage resources

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E-trading Latency Remediation
There is an ongoing arms race in the financial services industry to be competitive in electronic trading (e-trading) markets. Significant business risks exist

high latency wide area network links  trading Latency Remediation There is an ongoing arms race in the financial services industry to be competitive in electronic trading (e-trading) markets. Significant business risks exist, in terms of organizational reputation as well as the bottom line. The challenge is to minimize end-to-end latencies, and to ensure consistent performance levels, particularly in fast-moving markets—a challenge spanning both application and infrastructure teams. Read More
Avoidable Mistakes that Compromise Cooling Performance in Data Centers and Network Rooms
Avoidable mistakes made when installing cooling systems and racks in data centers or network rooms compromise availability and increase costs. These flaws

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BYOD Without Tears: The Impact and Challenge for Network Engineers
Bring your own device (BYOD) is as much a sign of cultural change as it is an indicator of prevailing technology trends. But network performance and security

high latency wide area network links  network performance management, network security, network performance monitoring, BYOD, Fluke Networks Read More
Demystifying Network Access Control
Imagine this scenario: an infected laptop within your company has accessed the network and is spreading malicious code to thousands of other devices. This

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Top 10 Excuses For Not Securing Your Website or Network
With so many sites lacking security, we have put together a list of the leading reasons why businesses and organizations are unable to secure their network. Don

high latency wide area network links  Note: HERF is a High-Energy Frequency Gun that shoots a high-powered radio signal at an electronic device to disable it. The U.S. embedded HERF guns in bombs to disable Iraq's air defense in 1991. Our ACLs are toast. Our security is our own secret. We were sold to some hackers. It's not part of our IT agenda. We wanted a baseline so we look good next time. Don't let your organization fall victim to silly excuses. Hold someone accountable for managing and implementing security and take no prisoners. Read More
Network Engines


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Ariba Network to Move to SAP HANA
In keeping with its strategy to move everything to the cloud—and to the in-memory SAP HANA platform—SAP recently announced plans to move the Ariba Network to

high latency wide area network links  industry watch, sap, ariba, business network, spend management, supply chain, sourcing, procurement, sap hana, cloud, in-memory, b2b, trade exchange, commerce Read More

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