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Visa
Visa’s cockup put down to ‘very rare’ data centre crash
51.2 million Visa payments failed to process on Friday 1 June (just in time for after-work drinks) and the company says it all came down to a switch.
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Cloud
Software provider Ipswitch announces new partnership with distie in India
Under the agreement, RAH Infotech will distribute Ipswitch file transfer and network management software throughout India.
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Network Management
Ipswitch's latest 'clever little tool' is a must-have for network admins
In 1991 Ipswitch launched its first product. It was a simple FTP client. It still sells the WSftp product to this day, but their focus is much bigger.
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IT Industry
Majority of IT professionals feel that increasing complexity is making their jobs harder
In an increasingly fast-moving digital world, companies around the globe face issues with managing their IT services.
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Internet of Things
IoT Innovations at CES 2016 present a host of new challenges
Internet of Things has gone from an industry buzzword to a very real phenomenon affecting every one of us.
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Apple
Wearable tech deluge poses workplace challenges and opportunities
Wearable technology is the Next Big Thing in the tech world, according to all the signs.
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Cloud
When Private Cloud is not the best option...
Migrating business applications to the cloud can bring multiple benefits and is an excellent way to optimise computing resources. But there can be times when cloud is not the best option.
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Ipswitch
5 ways to do more with less
It’s a rare network manager indeed who is not familiar with budget constraints but here are five ways to stretch the budget:
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Network Management
The Global Financial Crisis was bloody good for business – Ipswitch
Shocked, horrified and broke thanks to the global financial crisis? Not if you’re tools vendor Ipswitch, which reckons the snazzily-TLA’d blowout was good for business.