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Published By: Dell Windows Server     Published Date: Jan 16, 2009
NetBenefit is a leading provider of managed hosting services in the United Kingdom. Faced with ever more expensive London data center costs, the company decided to implement the Windows Server 2008 operating system featuring Hyper-V virtualization technology to give it the ability to create competitively priced entry-level virtual machines to complement its existing managed hosting services.
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dell, netbenefit, managed hosting services, data center costs, windows server 2008, hyper-v, virtualization technology, virtual machines, platforms, server virtualization, windows, windows server
    
Dell Windows Server
Published By: Network Automation     Published Date: Dec 10, 2008
IST uses Fourth Shift software by SoftBrands to manage its operations in Big Flats, New York (headquarters) and Buffalo, New York, as well as the United Kingdom, Canada and France. For Fourth Shift to function correctly for IST, a series of process must be run each night on several servers. These processes include batch runs, data extracts, and system backup.
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network automation, process automation, automate, automatic interaction, networking, it management, data management, network management, network performance management
    
Network Automation
Published By: GFI     Published Date: Sep 04, 2008
Today, more than ever before, legal and compliance issues are driving the case for email archiving. Email archiving legislation is complex and varies greatly from country to country. Unless companies are well versed in compliance law, the various regulations affecting email can be a minefield.
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gfi, sox, sox compliance, sarbox, sarbanes oxley, sarbanes-oxley, compliance, email, email archive, email archiving, archiving, archive, storage, sarbanes oxley compliance
    
GFI
Published By: Quocirca     Published Date: Sep 07, 2007
Companies are faced with increasing pressures on the communications capabilities they offer their employees.  More employees are mobile, working from home or in other remote locations with a growing need to talk and share information with their colleagues.  This cuts across fixed and mobile communications, but businesses still want the flexibility of mobile, and the costs, predictability, quality and service models of fixed.
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telecom, quocirca, mobility, soho, voip, ip telephony, convergence, small business, wi-fi, wifi, united kingdom, mobile, ip networks, small business networks, mobile workers, wireless communications, wireless service providers
    
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