Imagine if you gave up a quarter of your office space for non-work activities; it’s inconceivable. But when it comes to internet bandwidth, most companies loose the same proportion to employee web misuse, streaming media and spam. As a company’s internet is both costly and limited, click here to find out how best reduce bandwidth loss.
This paper will discuss strategies for controlling a broad range of recreational Internet traffic such
as instant messaging, P2P file downloads and social networking activities that can significantly
slow business applications and impact employee productivity. By implementing a solution to
effectively detect, classify and control recreational traffic, including encrypted P2P traffic designed
to slip past corporate firewalls, organisations can improve employee productivity, accelerate
application response times, reclaim bandwidth for business-critical applications and defer costly
bandwidth upgrades. Read this whitepaper.
Website attacks have become a serious business proposition. In the past, hackers may have infected websites to gain notoriety or just to prove they could—but today, it’s all about the money. Reaching
For organizations considering an upgrade to the latest version of Notes® or for those
that may desire a change —this document outlines a 10-step process for determining if Google Apps is a viable, cost-effective alternative.
One of the fundamental design goals of the Internet was to achieve an unprecedented
level of communications network resilience. As a result, packet-switched networks
fundamentally enable fault tolerance, adaptive routing, and disaster recovery, so it is
quite possible—and can be quite cost-effective—to build IP-based communications
systems that are more reliable than circuit-switched PBX platforms. The key is to start with
the right foundation. Read on.
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