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Network Management

Test the limits to get best from staff

The big question in many organisations these days is what can they do to unleash employees' potential?

Saturday, 11 August, 2007, 12:00am

Security watchdog warns of networking attack danger

Computers and other devices using a common networking protocol may be vulnerable to attack.

The warning came yesterday from Cert Co-ordination Centre, a computer security organisation based at Carnegie Mellon University and backed by the United States Department of Defence.

14 Feb 2002 - 12:00am

OpenView still a force

Even though Hewlett-Packard's OpenView lags in the market behind Computer Associates' Unicenter and IBM Tivoli's TME-10, the software always has had a presence.

It has 120,000 users around the world, says HP, and last year earned US$1 billion in revenue, a growth of 60 per cent from the previous year.

27 Apr 1999 - 12:00am

Software to head off glitches in advance

Computer Associates (CA) will integrate into its network management software artificial intelligence that it says can alert administrators to problems before they happen.

29 Dec 1998 - 12:00am

Jardine in power deal

JARDINE Network Systems has signed a deal to distribute uninterruptible power supplies from France's Merlin Gerin UPS in Hong Kong.

Merlin Gerin's Pulsar UPS range comprises three families, from 150VA to 4KVA, and provides for centralised or distributed UPS protection.

27 Sep 1994 - 12:00am

EDS wins $18 million contract

IN one of the biggest single contracts of its kind, Electronic Data Systems (EDS) has been awarded an $18 million contract to supply a territory-wide data communications network for the Immigration Department.

The company has also been asked to supply system integration support for the Government's new Information Systems Strategy.

1 Feb 1994 - 12:00am

AT & T network move

AT & T's Global Network Management Centres (GNMCs) manage worldwide networks for multi-national corporations. GNMCs are now located in North America, Europe and Singapore.

GNMCs are networked to share information and resources. They are strategically located near major business centres and provide worldwide coverage.

25 May 1993 - 12:00am