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31 May
Press Coverage

How To Determine The Best Network Monitoring Tools For Your Company

As IT manager of a company, it’s your job to ensure the network is online at all times. You’ll be responsible for tracking all devices connected to the network, monitoring data transfer and resolving bandwidth issues. With the right network monitoring tools, you’ll find it easier to stay in control, as you’ll receive instant alerts when problems arise. So how do you determine which monitoring tools are best for your company? We’ve put together a guide on what features to look out for, followed by our top recommendations.

26 May
Press Coverage

UD's Lerner College Is Getting Serious About Getting More Women In STEM

At the University of Delaware’s Lerner College of Business and Economics, leaders have found that women and men major in marketing and accounting, but their finance and economics majors have been consistently dominated by male students. And retention rates of women in those male-dominated majors haven’t been so hot either, said Dana Raftas, Lerner’s director of development.

To remedy the situation, Lerner recently held two women’s business summits in Newark, Del., and New York City. The events were small but impactful: Just 20 female Lerner alums were handpicked to participate at each summit, and they were all C-suite or managing directors at large firms.

23 May
Press Coverage

SevOne Set to Serve Insight to Software-Defined Scene

The data center is software’s most recent “meal.” Physical infrastructure is giving way to software-based solutions capable of greater flexibility, cost savings and performance. Study after study hammers this point home, and as network infrastructure is virtualized software is steering the ship. While automation is key in this virtualization, it is mission critical to have transparency in network performance. Addressing this demand is SevOne’s Digital Infrastructure Platform that promises to provide the level of insight necessary.

18 May
Press Coverage

Is Cloud Planning Dead In The Cloud Era?

Most of us think of the cloud as the end of capacity planning. Why do we need the cloud if capacity is practically infinite, provided that our applications are built correctly? As more users come in and/or more capacity is required, we can spin up more capacity -- both bandwidth and compute. We have the same attitude towards hybrid cloud environments. At peak times, we can spill into the cloud. 

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