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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 types of activities that these providers perform include data center operations; network operations; backup/recovery services, data storage management services; system administration services; end user support of desktop PCs, laptops, and handheld devices; web site, or application hosting, etc.  

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Identity-based NAC: Using Identity to Put the “Control” in Network Access Control


Access control is more than just checking devices for malware before admitting them to a network. Identity-based network access control (NAC) looks at the identities of users and devices, and knows what resource they are authorized to access, allowing enterprises to tightly control access, and the devices and behavior of users.

network user access  and integration with existing network equipment. Transparent to User - cannot impact the user experience of authorized users, who should see absolutely no difference at all. Persistent - must maintain control over the life of a connection, both ensuring the initial access is authorized, but also ensuring that subsequent accesses or changes to the state of the device are constantly evaluated. Consistent - must provide the ability to enforce the same access policy across both internal and external Read More

Integrated Security: A New Network Approach


The challenge is to ensure that the right people gain access and the wrong people do not, making the role of information security even more critical to enabling today’s businesses. An integrated security approach offers the most effective security posture.

network user access  can seep into a network in a number of ways: It can accompany mobile code on Web pages, Web-based mail, and HTTP and FTP file downloads. Attachments to Web-based email programs; Mobile code such as Java, JavaScript, and ActiveX used to execute simple graphics or animation programs on Web pages; Documents or software downloaded via FTP or HTTP. These Web-based attacks are both clandestine and worrisome because an Internet user in an enterprise may download a program or visit a Web page that seems Read More

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 increase, companies must find ways to protect data beyond the perimeter of their businesses. But how do they build a data-defensible architecture that will protect data on an ever-evolving network? The answer: by first developing an in-depth defense strategy.

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Concur's Customers Can Network Now


Following the path of other E-procurement vendors, Concur announced a purchasing network for large companies. At the same time, Concur announced that its entire suite of products, including access to its purchasing network, will be available to small and mid-sized companies as an outsourced, Web-based product.

network user access  to the Concur Commerce Network through Concur eWorkplace.com. In addition to purchasing, Concur also offers travel and expense reporting, self-service Human Resources and travel booking. Market Impact Concur wants its name to be spoken in the same breath as industry leaders Ariba and Commerce One. Since both of those companies have put strong emphases on their own marketplaces that bring buyers and sellers together, Concur had no choice but to follow suit. This is not thought of as a diversion. At the Read More

Network Access Control (NAC): CounterACT


The number of devices in the corporate world is increasing every year. And as mobility proliferates, so does the requirement for network security solutions to protect against external attacks, as well as attacks originating inside the network perimeter. However, network access control solutions can provide organizations with the ability to automatically enforce security policies, while still maintaining user productivity.

network user access  the network perimeter. However, network access control solutions can provide organizations with the ability to automatically enforce security policies, while still maintaining user productivity. Read More

Network Engineering to Support the Bandwidth Manager Architecture


Network-level behaviors can impact the determinism of call admission control decisions for a particular bandwidth management deployment. However, different network routing and forwarding models can have different impacts when used in conjunction with the bandwidth manager. We examine these models, considering their ability to provide the deterministic admission control capabilities available within the public switched telephone network (PSTN).

network user access  management deployment. However, different network routing and forwarding models can have different impacts when used in conjunction with the bandwidth manager. We examine these models, considering their ability to provide the deterministic admission control capabilities available within the public switched telephone network (PSTN). Read More

Efinity Offers B2B Clients WAP Access to Supply-Web Site


Prior to the end of 2003 we expect close to 1 Billion wireless access phone users globally (Probability 75%), simply put, that’s a lot of people. Companies must be prepared for the rapid onslaught of wireless demand, as is Efinity.

network user access  Offers B2B Clients WAP Access to Supply-Web Site Efinity Offers B2B Clients WAP Access to Supply-Web Site P. Hayes - July 27, 2000 Event Summary Efinity Inc. (www.efinity.com), the leading provider of SWiM (Supply-Web information Management) solutions, announced the release of the latest version of their Internet-hosted application. Market Impact Efinity''s release 2.5 allows WAP access (Wireless Application Protocol) maximizing remote access functionality. Due to the nature of the application, a Read More

Analyst / SCT Share Vision at SCT User Conference


The SCT User Conference featured industry analysts from Gartner Group, AMR Research and Meta Group each sharing its vision for the future of enterprise systems with the audience. Customers, in special interest groups and in presentations discussed their success with SCT’s products. SCT showed both their existing product set plus their vision for the future with a series of product announcements and prototypes of future products.

network user access  management revealed a partner network modeling capability that is absent from alternative products. More importantly, the approach allows the modeling of the complex, multi-tiered relationships faced by many of the companies in SCT''s target markets, for example food and CPG. These relationships include distributors, brokers, agents, channel partners, logistics providers and retailers. The product in question will be later this year. An array of customers presented their experience with SCT products, Read More

Counting the Cost of Network Efficiency


It is hard to quantify the costs of poor network or application management, but they include lost productivity due to time spent fixing problems and increased capital and operating expenses. But when creating IT budgets, organizations need to consider the impact of investment in network and application management on overall revenues. IT efficiency should be a priority item for any corporate agenda, and executives need to understand that the network is not only a core part of what their organization does, but plays a key role in achieving business goals.

There is actually a direct correlation between network performance and application performance. There is of course intrinsic value in network hardware and software, but more importantly many people in the organization rely on the applications that the network supports—so if the network is running slowly, users’ applications will slow down too. Hence a budget priority should be where changes in the network are needed to avoid problems arising or improve application performance and hence overall productivity.

This white paper makes a case for the organizational need for solutions and tools which provide network performance information and help identify problems and their causes and areas where improvements should be made, making it possible for budgetary decisions to be based on performance data. It looks at questions the IT team needs to ask to get to the heart of network problems and find the best solution, as well as three categories of network improvements, and also details how an AANPM, or application aware network performance management solution, takes an application-centric approach to network issues and can lead to faster problem solving, reducing downtime, increasing productivity, and saving troubleshooting time.

network user access  the Cost of Network Efficiency It is hard to quantify the costs of poor network or application management, but they include lost productivity due to time spent fixing problems and increased capital and operating expenses. But when creating IT budgets, organizations need to consider the impact of investment in network and application management on overall revenues. IT efficiency should be a priority item for any corporate agenda, and executives need to understand that the network is not only a core Read More

Dynamic Network Services


Dyn solutions are at the core of Internet Performance. Through traffic management, message management and performance assurance, Dyn is connecting people through the Internet and ensuring information gets where it needs to go, fast and reliably.

network user access  Network Services Dyn solutions are at the core of Internet Performance. Through traffic management, message management and performance assurance, Dyn is connecting people through the Internet and ensuring information gets where it needs to go, fast and reliably. Read More

MS Access 2003 Migration Guidelines and Procedures


Developers obviously need to leverage best techniques to migrate MS Access applications to the MS SQL Server and Oracle Client/Server database platforms. However, they can also benefit from a presentation of specific migration procedures; guidance on which migration path makes the most sense; and a list of criteria to assist with the decision on whether to migrate at all.

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Dispelling the Myths of End-user Training


User training is a key aspect of the software implementation process. But it’s also the most overlooked, as companies often think more about software functionality than about how well their employees are adapting to using it. Don’t assume that your employees are too busy, or that software training costs too much. Find out how user software training can save you money and increase your return on investment (ROI).

network user access  the Myths of End-user Training User training is a key aspect of the software implementation process. But it’s also the most overlooked, as companies often think more about software functionality than about how well their employees are adapting to using it. Don’t assume that your employees are too busy, or that software training costs too much. Find out how user software training can save you money and increase your return on investment (ROI). Read More

IBM Tivoli Access Manager for Enterprise Single Sign-on: An Overview


With an increasing number of enterprise applications and access points, organizations face the challenge of providing convenient access while ensuring strong security. Enterprises need software solutions to help ensure that the right users have access to the right information in a timely manner. This white paper describes Tivoli Access Manager for Enterprise Single Sign-On, including its key features and benefits.

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Network Associates RePositions Itself as a Security E-Village


With a new organizational strategy, Network Associates hopes to retain and recruit savvy security engineers and leverage the hot IT security market for outside funding and a type of web-based CIO Helpdesk.

network user access  also a way for Network Associates to cook up some new public offerings with stock options, which is just what they need to attract new security engineers, and retain existing key personnel. The market for capable security engineers and security managers is tight. Stock options through new IPOs is one way to give talented security engineers an opportunity to take ownership and feel more connected to the success and bottom line of an organization . User Recommendations What can we expect to see from Read More