Enterprise Integration Solves Mystery of Bandwidth Utilization
IT Services Company Automates Net Flow Data to Resolve Issues Rapidly
Jacksonville, FL: Enterprise Integration, an Information Technology managed and professional services company, announced that they have released a new feature to their Service Delivery Intelligence™, or SDI™, tool suite. This new feature automatically identifies the top conversations utilizing network bandwidth at the time an alert is generated and presents it to technical support to remediate, drastically reducing the time it takes Enterprise Integration to resolve its customers’ bandwidth-related issues.
This latest feature is among hundreds of
IT will continue to impact everyone, from the CIO of a Fortune 500 company to individuals managing their ever-increasing number of mobile devices, in the upcoming year. Ben Finke, one of EI’s resident security experts, has identified the top ten IT trends to watch for in 2014.
1. More Reports of Major Breaches
Unfortunately, recent breaches in security at Target and Snapchat are not anticipated to be isolated incidents. In 2014, similar breaches are expected to occur. These will fall into two categories: financial attacks, as in Target’s case; and privacy attacks, as in Snapchat’s case. The challenge in
We are excited to announce the addition of Tom Kirby as client delivery manager for one of our national rail-based transportation clients. Tom is an IT leader with a comprehensive background managing and operating multiple areas of technology, including networks, operating systems, servers, application administration, desktops and storage area networks. Kirby has a successful track record of implementing sustainable support processes that deliver measurable improvements to system reliability and end user satisfaction while simultaneously reducing costs. He has more than 20 years of professional experience in IT management with a broad technical knowledge. Kirby served in the US Air
In a world where multitasking has become the norm, or at least seemingly the only way to manage the increasing demands of a fast-paced, technology-fueled society, many decisions ultimately boil down to one thing – prioritization. Is it more important for me to spend an hour at the gym in the morning or catch a little extra sleep? Is it more important to work late to review that proposal one more time or to get home to enjoy dinner with my family?
CIOs and IT leaders face similar dilemmas when prioritizing initiatives. A recent IDG/CIO
In today’s IT environment, someone somewhere is always under attack. Barely a week goes by without news of another data breach or cyber security assault. But constant risk doesn't have to mean constant worry. Preventing your organization from vulnerabilities and becoming the next victim is essential now more than ever before.
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People are constantly on the go – and their information is moving with them. There is a high likelihood that right now you are viewing this email on your smart phone or tablet. Approximately 20% of Americans now own tablets and 55% of business owners expect to use a “tablet or other device” in the future, according to CIO.com and marketingland.com.
Some organizations embrace this future while others drag their feet to jump on board. Does your company allow connection of your tablet to the corporate network? Is your company providing iPads to employees?
Mobility is one of the most talked about
Jacksonville Business Journal features an article about the importance of corporate wellness -- EI is mentioned for CEO, Michael E. Locher's commitment to creating a wellness culture for the organization.