Sunday, October 17, 2021

Sandra Gittlen

Expert SaaS Advice: Implementing Software as a Service

While more industries are taking to the software-as-a-service model, experts warn that offloading your applications does not mean offloading responsibility. “It’s important to understand that even...

Three Ways to Avoid SOA Snafus

Service-oriented architecture is set to surpass a 60% adoption rate among enterprises in North America and the European Union, according to research firm Forrester. But...

Buzzing about ZigBee: Wireless in 2007

IT managers seeking end-to-end visibility for the enterprise are one step closer with a new wireless standard. ZigBee, or IEEE 802.15.4, is a low-power, short-range wireless technology that...

Getting Branch Office VoIP Deployments Right

As voice over IP catches on in large enterprises, companies are pushing the technology out to their smaller offices to reap the rewards of four-digit dialing, site-to-site...

Outsourcing Key to Successful Backups

Data backups had always been an Achilles heel for Prabhakar Sonparote. As director of IT for Synovate, Inc., a market research firm based in Chicago, Sonparote had...

Successfully Rolling Out Power Over Ethernet

For Donna VanHousen, senior director of IT at ViaHealth in Rochester, N.Y., Power over Ethernet (PoE) has been a godsend. But she warns that ignoring best practices...

AirMagnet Takes Wireless Software Title

For Cherokee Nation IT manager Jon James, the choice of AirMagnet, Inc.'s Laptop Analyzer 6.0, which won in the wireless software category in Datamation's Product of the...

Hot Gadgets Pose Serious Security Risks

The hottest gadgets, including the popular Apple iPod, pose a big risk to enterprise networks, according to security experts. ''As innocent as MP3 players and digital cameras look,...

Mobile Voice over IP is Taking Shape

IT managers who are putting mobile voice over IP on their enterprise wish lists this holiday season might want to be more specific. The term ''mobile VoIP''...

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