Monday, September 29, 2014

Overcoming Visibility Deficits in Virtualized Environments

Overcoming Visibility Deficits in Virtualized Environments | Five Reasons to Think Again about UC

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Overcoming Visibility Deficits in Virtualized Environments
With up to 80% of data center traffic traveling between virtualized servers, end-to-end visibility is a major concern. This paper provides an overview of virtualized data center blind spots and offers a solution to overcome them. View now

Five Reasons to Think Again about UC
If unified communications is on your mind, you're probably looking for ways to leverage your current technology investment, flexible deployment options, global support capabilities, a vendor with a clear market vision, and expert advice. Look no further. Click here to learn how Unify can address all of your UC needs. Learn More

WHITE PAPER: Riverbed Technology
3 Key Ways WAN Optimization Saves
If you wanted to break down innovation into a tidy equation, it might go something like this: Technology + Connectivity = Productivity. Productivity comes in two forms: user experience and infrastructure efficiency. Read Now

The Evolving Public Cloud Landscape
ESG research indicates that the corporate usage of public cloud computing in the form of cloud-based infrastructure services (i.e., IaaS), business applications (i.e., SaaS), and/or application development (i.e., PaaS) continues to grow. View now>>

WHITE PAPER: EMC Corporation
Countering Threats By Modeling "Normal" Website Behavior
Check out this informative technology dossier to explore the ins and outs of using big data analysis and web-user profiling to protect your company against cyber threats. Read Now

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