In the business world today we see cloud computing becoming more of a dominant force within most industries. However one area that the cloud is not being utilized for in organizations is a very improtant function, network management. Even though we have changed the way we do everything as a result of the cloud a lot of business still use on premise applications to manage their network.
Topics: network management
Network discovery is the process of identifying devices attached to a network. It establishes the current state and health of your IT infrastructure.
It’s essential for every business due to the fact that without the visibility into your entire environment you can’t successfully accomplish even the basics of network management tasks.
Topics: network discovery
NetFlow is a feature that was introduced on Cisco routers that provides the ability to collect IP network traffic as it enters or exits an interface. By analyzing the data provided by NetFlow, a network administrator can determine things such as the source and destination of traffic, class of service, and the causes of congestion.
End user experience
End user experience & QoS are consistently ranked at the top of priorities for Network Management teams today. According to research over 60% of companies today say that VoIP is present in a significant amount of their networks, this is the same case with streaming media within the organization.
Virtually all organizations today carry some level of Voice and video traffic on their data network. However, even though this technology has been available for over a decade, network engineers are still struggling to understand, predict and control how well this multimedia traffic will behave over their network.
Topics: VoIP testing
In the past few years cyber-attacks have become far more predominant with data, personal records and financial information stolen and sold on the black market in a matter of days. Major companies such as E-Bay, Domino’s, Montana Health Department and even the White House have fallen victim to cyber criminals.
Topics: device backup
In the technology era that we live in something which cannot be ignored is SaaS network management, in business everything you work off is in some shape of form part of the tech network. This may include printers, phones, routers and even electronic note pads, all of these need to be managed successfully within the business to avoid misfortunes.
Topics: network management
Fault monitoring is the process used to monitor all hardware, software, and network configurations for any deviations from normal operating conditions. This monitoring process typically includes major and minor changes to the expected bandwidth, performance, and utilization of the established computer environment.
What is SNMP? Why should we use it? These are all common questions people ask when deciding if its the right feature for them, the answers to these questions are simple.
When a network needs repair, modification, expansion or upgrading, the administrator refers to the network configuration management database to determine the best course of action.
Topics: network configuration management