Managing A Heavy Tightrope

Between managing physical servers, bring-your-own-device initiatives and CRM strategies, let alone cyber security, back-ups and bandwidths — network management and infrastructure is no arena for the faint-hearted, writes Gráinne Loughran

2nd July, 2017

Employees increasingly need to be able to access secure work data any time, any place, and on any device. Meanwhile, outages in online services can result in huge financial and productivity losses. Businesses and their networks no longer exist within four walls and as a result, network management has become a business in and of itself. With so much involved, it’s no wonder it poses challenges to even the most savvy of organisations.


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