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I used to be surprised at how much resistance I’d get from decision makers when I’d bring up the subject of infrastructure monitoring. This was hard for me to understand at first.  To a systems architect, having dialed-in monitoring systems in place to collect data, report...

The network at your office is a lot like the plumbing: nobody notices it until it doesn’t work, and nobody wants to think about it anymore than they have to. Unlike the plumbing, code enforcement at the network layer stops where the network enters your building....

As mission-critical applications go, email and calendaring rank right at the top of most business’ lists.  If they’re inaccessible, unreliable or don’t serve the needs of the business, reduced productivity is the best you can hope for.  We’ve seen heads roll due to bad decisions...

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