Getting and staying compliant requires IT organizations to follow a few best practices.
The more you know about your WLAN, the more you can do with it and the better you can make it.
Unified communications involves a series of decisions about IM and unified messaging options, and the best methods for handling rollouts and integration.
When buying VoIP analysis and management tools, you should keep in mind key product differentiators.
Security information management technology can go a long way toward identifying the risk present in any environment.
In managing performance, SRM software should look at the relationships between applications, servers, host bus adapters, switches and storage arrays.
In order for data leak protection tools to successfully prevent sensitive data from leaving your corporate network, they require quite a bit of upfront work.
Bringing network intrusion-prevention systems into your network is straightforward, if you keep to a simple plan.
There is a growing range of network infrastructure pieces that need ongoing patches and maintenance.
One of the most effective ways of reducing the pressure on backups is to take information that is static or seldom accessed and archive it off primary storage systems.
Before investing in an IP-PBX, you should have a good understanding of what you need and whether the product will work in your environment.
Part of the reason for using SSL VPNs is to allow users to connect using something other than a company-issued machine.
Choosing the right secure Web gateway product or service for your business can be challenging.
New exploits against VoIP continue to emerge, but experts say these demonstrations reveal the need for vigilant security and are not fatal flaws to the technology.
New technologies that cross the boundaries of storage, management and compliance are helping with storage performance issues.