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  • White Papers // Dec 2010

    Virtualization in the Contact Center

    IT staffs have rapidly adopted server and desktop virtualization to reduce operating and infrastructure costs, improve agility and flexibility, and better support disaster recovery. They seek to extend those same benefits to the contact center, as architects look to reduce hardware footprints, improve the ability of the contact center to...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2010

    Firewall Evolution

    The virtual enterprise has brought with it new ways of working, a huge expansion of the footprint of the network and erosion of the perimeter, rendering traditional firewall solutions insufficient. Today's firewall must evolve to meet completely new requirements, in the data center, in the branch and for the roaming...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    The True Cost of Voice Over IP: As VOIP Becomes Mainstream, Costs Level Out, Benefits Increase

    The majority of companies are doing something - ranging from pilots to full deployments - with Voice Over IP. At the same time, nearly 80% of IT professionals say it's vital to build a business case for any technology deployment, particularly given macro-economic problems, reduced IT budgets, and smaller IT...

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  • White Papers // May 2009

    Network-Based Firewall: Extending the Firewall Into the Cloud

    Network-based firewall services (NBFW) are gaining momentum. By their location in the cloud, NBFW services offer advantages related to scalability, availability, extensibility, accessibility and maintainability. Also on the list of potential benefits are compelling cost advantages. Yet, the decision to move to NBFW is based on more than simple return...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Virtualization Security: Achieving Compliance for the Virtual Infrastructure

    Virtualization adoption is extremely high. Ninety-three percent of organizations are deploying server virtualization, 78% have virtual machines facing users, and companies typically have virtualized 40% of the application workload, according to authors' virtualization research. Virtualization isn't just popular, it's also effective: 48% of benchmark participants say virtualization reduces costs, typically...

    Provided By Nemertes Research

  • White Papers // May 2009

    Network-Based Firewall: Extending the Firewall Into the Cloud

    Network-based firewall services (NBFW) are gaining momentum. By their location in the cloud, NBFW services offer advantages related to scalability, availability, extensibility, accessibility and maintainability. Also on the list of potential benefits are compelling cost advantages. Yet, the decision to move to NBFW is based on more than simple return...

    Provided By Nemertes Research

  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    The True Cost of Voice Over IP: As VOIP Becomes Mainstream, Costs Level Out, Benefits Increase

    The majority of companies are doing something - ranging from pilots to full deployments - with Voice Over IP. At the same time, nearly 80% of IT professionals say it's vital to build a business case for any technology deployment, particularly given macro-economic problems, reduced IT budgets, and smaller IT...

    Provided By Nemertes Research

  • White Papers // Sep 2010

    Firewall Evolution

    The virtual enterprise has brought with it new ways of working, a huge expansion of the footprint of the network and erosion of the perimeter, rendering traditional firewall solutions insufficient. Today's firewall must evolve to meet completely new requirements, in the data center, in the branch and for the roaming...

    Provided By Nemertes Research

  • White Papers // Dec 2010

    Virtualization in the Contact Center

    IT staffs have rapidly adopted server and desktop virtualization to reduce operating and infrastructure costs, improve agility and flexibility, and better support disaster recovery. They seek to extend those same benefits to the contact center, as architects look to reduce hardware footprints, improve the ability of the contact center to...

    Provided By Nemertes Research

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Virtualization Security: Achieving Compliance for the Virtual Infrastructure

    Virtualization adoption is extremely high. Ninety-three percent of organizations are deploying server virtualization, 78% have virtual machines facing users, and companies typically have virtualized 40% of the application workload, according to authors' virtualization research. Virtualization isn't just popular, it's also effective: 48% of benchmark participants say virtualization reduces costs, typically...

    Provided By Nemertes Research