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SMS Router

Answer  SMS Router Which is hardware that can send many SMS at a time. we want to take a SMS Router Machine which send many SMS at a time Computer to Mobile Phone Network mobilink, telenor, zong, warid, etc. Now. we can ask you about SMS Router please answer us, what are the price of SMS router, that SMS Ro...

Last updated: Aug 8, 2008   5:47 AM GMT   |    Mobile messaging, Mobile services, Routers
Obvious mainframe headline of the day

Blog  Here it is: "Virtual Systems of Tomorrow Could Take Cues from Today's Mainframes." No way, you think? Seeing as the virtual systems of today took cues from yesterday's mainframes, it makes sense that the trickle-down effect will continue. This story, from Virtualization Review, basically outlines w...

Last updated: Sep 3, 2008   5:50 PM GMT  |  Blog: Mainframe Propeller Head   |      Exchange Server ActiveSync
Does your firewall do everything you need?

Blog  Hi folks! So as I've said before, not all network equipment is created equal. This includes firewalls. In my years of consulting I have had the pleasure of using countless hardware and software based firewall solutions. Everything seems to have it's advantages and disadvantages for certain situation...

Last updated: Nov 30, 2009   5:32 AM GMT  |  Blog: The musings of an IT Consultant
SEP adds online backup for VMware

Blog  SEP Software LLC, a German-based company with U.S. headquarters in Boulder, Colo., has introduced SEP Sesam 3.4 backup and recovery software with additional support for VMware this week at the fourth annual Red Hat Summit. Known primarily in Europe, the company has expanded its U.S. presence for abo...

Last updated: Jun 17, 2008   7:00 PM GMT  |  Blog: Enterprise Linux Log
Planning for Power7: Some technology considerations

Blog  IBM has published a statement of direction on its web site that starts to spell out the direction it's going with the System i. Hat tip to IT Jungle for pointing this out. Here are the statements, step by step: If you want to upgrade from a Power5 machine to Power7, the only way you can preserve th...

Last updated: Oct 1, 2009   4:24 PM GMT  |  Blog: The iSeries Blog
Optimizing operating systems for virtual hosts

Blog   By eliminating wasteful resource use on your host servers, you can make more resources available for additional virtual machines. Most operating systems today have been developed to run on physical servers in non-virtual environments. Because all the virtual machines are competing for the same reso...

Last updated: Aug 4, 2008   12:54 AM GMT  |  Blog: The Virtualization Room
Why are we serving up chips?

Blog  Custom hardware is usually the only option available to organisations that need to achieve the ultimate level of performance for AI applications. But Nvidia has taken massive strides in flipping the unique selling point of its graphics processor units from the ultimate 2D and 3D rendering demanded b...

Last updated: Apr 5, 2019   1:12 PM GMT  |  Blog: Cliff Saran’s Enterprise blog   |      Uncategorized
Old HP's one bright spot: Eating Cisco's Lunch

Blog   HP ditching a low-margin business to focus on new software initiatives? Sure sounded a lot like the recent headlines could have applied to HP's inroads in the networking business, which have come largely at the cost of undercutting Cisco's networking, storage and server markets in a brutal price wa...

Last updated: Aug 23, 2011   1:07 PM GMT  |  Blog: Enterprise IT Watch Blog
The importance of a management server

Blog  One of the things I've noticed in some network environments is the lack of a management server. What is my definition of a management server? This is a server that you use to manage the environment with all the things you need, such as management software and even backup software in smaller networks...

Last updated: Nov 30, 2009   5:37 AM GMT  |  Blog: The musings of an IT Consultant
Windows 2003 Server Crashing

Answer  I have a Windows Server running Exchange 2003. Over the weekend the server must have crashed. I was able to reinstall Windows 2k3. But when I installed SP 1 and the patches, the server crashed again. I reinstalled Windows over C: and installed SP1 for Windows. On restart the server crashed ag...

Last updated: Jan 22, 2007   4:49 PM GMT   |    Management, Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft Windows
Websense vs. Baracuda web filtering comparison

Answer  Our Websense license needs to renewed by the middle of this month. I have been advised to switch to a Baracuda web filter solution. The rationale is that it is both a hardware and software solution that will enhance our network performance. Other advice suggests moving the Websense to its own server...

Last updated: Jul 6, 2010   1:07 PM GMT   |    Barracuda, Web filtering, Websense
Say Goodbye to the Cisco Cius

Blog  Hi folks! So even Cisco has followed suit with the likes of other companies and has thrown in the towel with their Cius tablet. Even though the Cius was Android based, it was not nearly as nice as some of the offerings that are out there now, and if Cisco wanted to compete it would have had to have...

Last updated: May 31, 2012   3:33 AM GMT  |  Blog: The musings of an IT Consultant
System i needs a web analytics tool

Blog  John Ghrist over at the System i Network says that for Web applications to really take off on the platform, there needs to be a solid Web analytics tool on i5/OS. Ghrist talks about how having Web applications is nifty and all, but if you can't measure its success, then its success is essentially z...

Last updated: Aug 8, 2007   5:25 PM GMT  |  Blog: The iSeries Blog
Juniper shows strong vertical network integration for Junos OS

Blog  We had a brief yesterday from a senior Juniper executive regarding the companys software group strategy and we came away impressed. Juniper has a very strong vertical integration framework in its Junos operating system; it can link service-layer software literally down to the chip level in the ne...

Last updated: Feb 19, 2010   2:08 PM GMT  |  Blog: Uncommon Wisdom
Will Hardware Vendors Adapt to Changing Expectations?

Blog  Earlier this week, GigaOm wrote a post discussing the possibilities that the largest web companies would begin designing their own chips (CPUs, etc.). This was following up on the trend of companies like Facebook, Google, and Amazon designing their own servers and networking equipment, or efforts li...

Last updated: Jul 8, 2013   2:24 AM GMT  |  Blog: From Silos to Services: Cloud Computing for the Enterprise
Palo Alto Network Firewall Architecture - Know how

Blog  Palo Alto takes a good approach in designing the architecture for their next generation firewalls. Palo Alto offers processors dedicated to security function that work in parallel. Palo Alto firewall contains separate Control Plane and Data Plane. By separating them Palo Alto is ensuring that each ...

Last updated: Sep 3, 2015   5:43 AM GMT  |  Blog: Network technologies and trends   |      firewall, IPsec, NAT
Simple Layout for a basic Config Document

Blog  I began writing about why a configuration or settings document is important for network troubleshooting. In this article, I'd like to try sharea basic layout I use. As I'm working with my Seattle IT Consulting clients, I am teaching them how to build this type ofdocumentation.This is jus...

Last updated: Mar 17, 2013   5:30 PM GMT  |  Blog: Modern Network Architecture
VMware Converter 4.3

Blog  VMware Converter was released Aug 20th 2010. There are some new features and functions, yet there are some discontinued features. See below. What's New The VMware vCenter Converter Standalone 4.3 includes the following new functionality: Support for VMware vSphere 4.1 as source and destinati...

Last updated: Oct 13, 2010   2:36 AM GMT  |  Blog: The Real (and Virtual) Adventures of Nathan the IT Guy
Windows 7 Migration Myths and Numbers from the Unisys Perspective

Blog  Unisys VP Sam Gross has been in the news quite a bit lately since he posted a blog last week (April 28, last Thursday) entitled Busting Windows 7 Migration Myths. His reports on a recent Unisys customer survey indicate that more than twice as many respondents (53%) either "haven't started" or are "n...

Last updated: May 2, 2011   1:41 PM GMT  |  Blog: Windows Enterprise Desktop
Invest in hardware root of trust to ensure IoT security

Blog  Anyone who has been paying attention to the tech world over the last few years knows that IoT is popular and growing rapidly, including its industrial twin IIoT. This growth is fueled by the oncoming implementation of another technology trend: 5G networking. Billions of IoT devices will come online ...

Last updated: Sep 9, 2019   5:55 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Internet of Things, iot, IoT cybersecurity
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