CEO Notes: Life as a Boston Sports Fan is a Roller Coaster…
September 30, 2011 by

Company News

The Red Sox…Patriots…Bruins…Celtics.  Heroes or Goats.  Dynasties or cellar dwellers.  Our sports teams are like our weather;   don’t like how things are going?  Just wait, it will change… It is a good thing that I can emotionally climb back into work for relief! This week I escaped the roller coaster of life as a
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Network Troubleshooting in Today’s Distributed Data Center
September 22, 2011 by

Networking Technology, Performance Monitoring

Today’s distributed data centers, with their layers upon layers of virtual and physical devices and systems, are dauntingly complex and getting more so every day. The accelerating adoption of IP-based services like cloud computing, virtual desktop infrastructure and unified communications is further compounding this complexity, while also massively increasing the scope of the network. All
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VDI: Where, Why and WAN
September 20, 2011 by

Industry Insights

The benefits of virtualization are clear cut – massive financial savings in the long run. Virtualization enables organizations to use inexpensive hardware as terminals for multiple desktops which lowers costs in energy, hardware, maintenance and licensing. From a daily user’s standpoint, the convenience of accessing their personal desktops from any device effectively accelerates their time-to-value.
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Avoid the VoIP Elephant: Make Sure You and Your VoIP Network are Ready
September 16, 2011 by

Networking Technology, Performance Monitoring

How are you ensuring a successful transition before plugging in the first phone? VoIP, Video and Unified Communications are highly cost-effective network services. While your wallet may be breathing a sigh of relief, your network is about to get the wind knocked out of it by the  weight of VoIP and video conferencing services. Network performance is
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3 Ways MSPs Can Drive Recurring Revenue with Continuous Network Performance Monitoring
August 29, 2011 by

Networking Technology, Performance Monitoring

Today’s business services are increasingly dependent on predictable network performance and availability. At the same time, changes to network infrastructure  – such as the addition of IP-based services like VoIP, video conferencing and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS); the proliferation of Wi-Fi-connected devices; unmanaged elements such as streaming audio– all mean that performance requirements for your customers’ critical
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5 Reasons Why Healthcare Organizations (EHR) Need Network Performance Management
August 18, 2011 by

Networking Technology, Performance Monitoring

From the largest regional medical centers to small provider offices, today’s healthcare organizations depend on network sensitive applications. Electronic Health Records (EHR), ePrescriptions, web-based clinical records, online medical registries, desktop virtualization, VoIP, IP storage, cloud–based system, Software-as-a-Service — all of these critical applications rely on network performance. When bandwidth, latency and other key parameters fall below acceptable thresholds,
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Solve Your Network Performance Problems in Minutes… See for Yourself!
August 15, 2011 by

Networking Technology, Performance Monitoring

These days practically every organization depends on multiple IP-based services, including Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and cloud-based applications, VoIP, video conferencing, virtual desktops and IP storage. All these critical services depend on network performance. Today’s IP-based services operate within a narrow Quality of Service (QoS) range. When network bandwidth, latency, jitter and/or packet loss parameters drift outside
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Managing Network Performance for High Security Networks and Private Clouds
August 9, 2011 by

Networking Technology, Performance Monitoring

Why are more and more organizations building their own clouds, often in addition to leveraging the cost and scalability advantages of private cloud services? For many heavily regulated businesses, such as financial services and healthcare firms, demands for the highest levels of security for sensitive data have made private cloud alternatives more appealing. Private clouds
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Four Requirements for Excellence in Video Conferencing
August 8, 2011 by

Networking Technology, Performance Monitoring

The reach and popularity of video conferencing, telepresence and visual collaboration services is exploding, enabling business to happen 24×7 around the world. But, if you’re a consumer or provider of these increasingly business-critical applications, you know they depend entirely on one thing: network performance. IP-based videoconferencing requires high-performance WAN links. This class of applications operates
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Customer Use Case: Network Visibility is Key to Successful Remote Site Management
July 20, 2011 by

Performance Monitoring

We want to share a great use case recently submitted to the AppNeta’s Customer Testimonial Case Study Contest from the Liquor Distribution Branch of British Columbia (LDB). Check out their story below to learn how they resolved serious latency issues for remote site applications. Organization: In British Columbia, the Liquor Distribution Branch (LDB) is one of
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