BYOD: Device, Data, or Disaster?

You’ve probably heard the phrase BYOD (bring your own device), the practice of allowing employees to access corporate data on their own laptops, tablets or smartphones. Employers' approaches to BYOD today vary a lot, from relatively uncontrolled access to absolute prohibition. But no matter what your current position, there’s a good chance that things are going to change.
 

Thursday, July 25, 2013/Author: Anonym/Number of views (5725)/Comments (0)/

Network Management: What Utilization Numbers Really Mean

It’s a fairly common scenario: users complain that the system is responding slowly; the network engineer checks port utilization stats, sees that during the busiest parts of the day the network port is at 50 percent utilization, and can’t understand what users are complaining about. In fact, there may actually be a network management problem that is being hidden by the granularity of the report.

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