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Do You Have Empathy for Remote Employees?
June 8, 2017 by
The last thing an IT leader needs is more to worry about. Networks are more complicated than ever, and you already have your hands full with new configurations, infrastructure troubleshooting, resource allocation and new tech deployments. But there’s a problem. The business problems you used to let other leaders solve are starting to bleed into…Continue reading
Combating Enterprise IT Ops Challenges in China
June 20, 2016 by
Many of our enterprise clients are growing and expanding to more remote locations around the world, especially in areas of high economic growth such as China and India. Accelerated business growth can be exciting and full of potential, but it comes with lots of strategic and tactical challenges for the business. When it comes to…Continue reading
Hold the Line: Line Profiling in Python
January 6, 2014 by
If you’ve ever profiled code in Python, you’ve probably used the cProfile module. While the cProfile module is quite powerful, I find it involves a lot of boilerplate code to get it setup and configured before you can get useful information out of it. Being a fan of the KISS principle, I want an easy…Continue reading
Rolling out a video conferencing system? Are you sure your network can handle it?
March 22, 2011 by
High-definition video conferencing from your computer or mobile device out to anyone, anywhere has arrived. While all tiers of the video conferencing and telepresence marketplace are experiencing strong growth, the biggest leaps are happening with low-cost, desktop- and browser-based “single-codec” systems.
Why Every UC & C Strategy Should Include Remote Performance Management
March 15, 2011 by
The move to Unified Communications and Collaboration (UC&C) is accelerating rapidly as technologies mature and early adopters reap competitive advantages like reduced costs, simplified IT infrastructure, better customer service and improved business performance. The growing availability of UC&C-as-a-service means that companies of all sizes are embracing the trend. UC&C encompasses the convergence of telephony, messaging,…Continue reading
Feeling busy? Check This Out
March 4, 2011 by
I speak with IT Outsourcers and Managed Service Providers every day, and I am always amazed at how busy they are, but I’m realizing that I shouldn’t be. According to AMR Research, 80% of companies are increasing or maintaining their current level of IT outsourcing in the current year. IT Outsourcing doesn’t just mean organizations…Continue reading
Enterprise Communication Deployments – The Missing (Performance) Puzzle Piece
March 2, 2011 by
Hopefully we have seen some of you at Enterprise Connect in Orlando, FL this week! If you’re not familiar with this event, it is the industry’s premier enterprise communication conference. Enterprise Connect focuses on exploring the latest technology and ROI scenarios to support the ongoing convergence of all forms of business communication onto IP-based networks.…Continue reading
The Next Generation in Web Services Demands the Next Generation in Network Performance Management Solutions
February 16, 2011 by
Web-based service delivery models like cloud computing, SaaS and VoIP are revolutionizing IT. These distributed deployments offer cost, scalability and manageability advantages too compelling to pass up. But the performance of web-based applications is heavily dependent on the networks that deliver them to remote sites. A host of variable, intermittent factors can crash business-critical services.…Continue reading
Who’s Managing the Performance of Your Cloud Applications?
February 8, 2011 by
Are you considering moving business-critical applications like e-mail, financial management, backup/recovery and CRM to the cloud? Or maybe you’re already on your way? It’s clear that cloud computing has arrived, and businesses of all sizes are taking advantage of it even faster than initially predicted. Gartner rates it as the top strategic technology for 2011,…Continue reading
Remote Performance Management – the Missing Link in SaaS Deployments
January 27, 2011 by
Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) deployments are irresistibly appealing to organizations of all sizes, especially those with multiple sites. From browser-based access, to painless installations and upgrades, to minimal IT overhead, seamless scalability, and lower TCO, SaaS is a smart, cost-effective option. SaaS differs from “cloud” in that SaaS applications can be hosted inside a company’s firewall, as…Continue reading