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NetCrunch Server

NetCrunch 8 is an all-in-one and agentless network monitoring and management system, capable of monitoring every device in your network....

December 8, 2014 by AdRem Software

Are schools really starved for bandwidth?

Wi-fi performance in many schools is bad, so some conclude they don't have enough bandwidth. That may be true, but network management may also fix the problem.

January 22, 2014

Impact of Football WM on Corporate Networks?

I have been hearing constant discussion and concern about this in my work (largely because I am directly involved in bandwidth management), but I haven't seen much in the general press yet. It will be interesting to see what effect the use of Internet TV to watch WM games will have on the Internet as a whole, and on corporate networks, large and small.

June 11, 2010 by

Easy Tips for Reducing Storage and Bandwidth Costs for Document Imaging Solutions

Because document images are generally on the large side, digital imaging can be a strain on your computer's memory and disk storage. No one wants to wait hours just to send that one document over the network. Kind of an issue, right? But fret not, dear friends, for I have found some great tricks you can use to reduce these storage and bandwidth costs. Be sure to adopt these techniques to keep your computer a lean and mean document management machine:

August 12, 2009

Smart grid meets wireless mesh

Energy management technology company Trilliant, which claims the single-largest smart grid project in North America, has bought SkyPilot Networks, which makes long-range wireless mesh gear.The rationale: The acquisition gives Trilliant a foundation for extending its smart grid solutions to virtually any place at bandwidth speeds that rivals will find it tough to match.

May 28, 2009 by

ManageEngine OpManager

ManageEngine OpManager is a network management platform that helps large enterprises, service providers and SMEs manage their data...

November 27, 2014 by ZOHO

KooLoader Plus

Kooloader Plus is a versatile and wide-ranging download manager and FTP Explorer with powerful download acceleration capabilities,...

November 17, 2014 by KooLoader

Comcast undecided on network management scheme

Despite the fact that it's testing a system to cut back bandwidth for heavy (P2P) users during peak traffic time, Comcast says it hasn't decided on any network management techniques as yet, IDG reports. The FCC issued an order this week requiring Comcast to stop network management that discriminates against certain protocols, like BitTorrent.

August 21, 2008 by

FCC hearings: Comcast versus Vuze

The FCC held its hearing on Comcast's Network Management practices at Harvard University yesterday.  Vuze executive Gilles BianRosa whose company filed one of the two FCC complaints against Comcast reportedly told the FCC yesterday that BitTorrent does not hog bandwidth.

February 25, 2008 by

Google's market vulnerability

there's only so much management "bandwidth" to go around,only so much innovation you can do in a fixed market, and only so much room to manoeuvrefor a company that's so over valued in the stock market

March 7, 2006 by

Gartner to DBAs, BI vendors: Time to reinvent yourselves

As long as the reach, bandwidth, and targeting of networking technologies -- particularly the wireless kind -- continues to improve on a nearly Moore's Law like pace, relational database management systems as we know them may eventually be a thing of the past.  So said Gartner analysts Donald Feinberg and Ted Friedman at Gartner Symposium ITxpo in Orlando, FL during a session entitled "The Death of the Database.

October 21, 2005 by

Patch management: 4 packages tested

Security patches are a big worry: they come out at odd times, they suck up your bandwidth, and just occasionally they break things. We look at patch management packages to ease the burden.

June 10, 2004 by

Patch me happy

Security patches are a big worry: they come out at odd times, they suck up your bandwidth, and just occasionally they break things. We look at patch management packages to ease the burden.

June 3, 2004 by

Cisco beefs up security software

Cisco Systems has expanded its security for business-class networks with new intrusion-detection software. The networking company introduced three new products Monday that build on Cisco's current IDS (intrusion detection solutions) line of products used to protect virtual private networks. The Cisco IDS 4250, designed to protect high-bandwidth environments, is available now starting at $25,000. The Cisco IDS 4235, aimed at midsize businesses, retails for $12,500, while the Cisco IDS Device Manager and Event Viewer, which allows for remote management and improved analysis and data mining, is available free of charge for users of Cisco's IDS Software version 3.1. --Tiffany Kary, Special to ZDNet News

May 6, 2002 by

3Com gear caters to small businesses

3Com announced Tuesday new gear aimed at small businesses that allows multiple computers to share a single high-speed connection to the Internet. The OfficeConnect Cable/DSL Gateway, priced at $155, connects to a cable or DSL (digital subscriber line) modem through an Ethernet cable, and can handle up to four Internet connections to single computers or an office LAN (local area network), which is a group of computers in an office or a building connected by a single hub. The box also comes equipped with security capabilities like the ability to defend against denial-of-service attacks by hackers. About 253 people can share access to the Internet using one Gateway if all four of its ports are connected to a LAN. The Gateway can support an Internet connection of up to 7 mbps (megabits per second), said Robert Winch, a director of product management at 3Com. Winch also said the speed each user experiences also depends partly on the speed of the Internet connection, the number of users on the LAN and its bandwidth requirements at the time. --Sam Ames, Special to ZDNet News

February 12, 2002 by

Enable Telnet services on Windows 2000 Server

Adding an archaic utility like Telnet to a modern operating system like Windows 2000 may seem strange, but installing Telnet allows administrators to manage environments that include both Unix and Windows servers. It also benefits remote management of Windows 2000 servers by using a low-bandwidth command line interface.

March 31, 2001 by

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