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Managing IP addresses in 2008 will require enterprise network managers to do more than manually track their address space and document device data within spreadsheets. That's so 2007. Because of the demands of the business, the practice of assigning and managing IP addresses across varied devices, distributed locations and layered networks can take a back seat to other IT projects. But savvy network engineers understand that without well-structured IP Address Management (IPAM) practices and tools, the business will be the first to suffer when archaic approaches to IPAM collapse under today's new challenges.
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