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Is Virtualization the Solution for You?

Take a Step Back and Assess

by Tim Allen | 07.17.15

Just because something is generally a good idea doesn’t mean you should rush right out and do it. Your best bet is usually to wait until all the facts are in and weigh the evidence carefully before proceeding. We would all agree that buying flood insurance for your home is a prudent move—unless you live in the desert. Virtualization is also a great example of something that seems like a no-brainer, but may not be in every circumstance. Read on for tips on making sure your infrastructure is ready for virtualization.


Simplify Application Management with VMware App Volumes

Get Real-Time Application Delivery, Increased Manageability, and a Seamless End-User Experience

by Tony Dancona | 07.15.15

Application management—provisioning, delivering, and updating end users’ apps —can be a challenge for many organizations. Whether you’re still managing physical desktops or you’ve made the switch to virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), the difficulties associated with application management are real. Application management is resource intensive for IT staff, it can significantly impact the end-user experience, and—quite honestly—the work never stops.


Help for SMBs Upgrading From Windows Server 2003

No Business Wants to Maintain an Unsupported Server

by Clive Anthony | 06.19.15

As Microsoft’s deadline for ending Windows Server 2003 support looms, some IT professionals may be overwhelmed by the complexities of a major migration.

Tags:HPITMicrosoftServersWindows Server 2003Windows Server 2012

Wireless WAN and LAN: Where Do You Start?

Take the Guesswork Out of Your Next Network Project

by Tim Allen | 06.04.15

It’s the rare organization that doesn’t have a wireless network. But merely enabling wireless connectivity isn’t the same as deploying a wireless network—especially if you want one equipped for the needs of an enterprise or optimized for future growth.

Tags:CloudNetworkingSecurityunified communicationsWireless

Is Your Network Ready for Video?

A Traffic Assessment Can Help Prepare for the Future of Unified Communications

by Tim Allen | 05.26.15

Over the past decade, many organizations have scaled their networks to meet the demands of emerging, data-intensive technologies. Whether it's tracking geolocation data, analyzing customer feedback, or supporting increasing video traffic, many of these new technologies converge on a singular goal: to better serve customers and vendors with real time communication and information.

Tags:Networkunified communicationsVideo

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