• Data Center
    infrastructure

    A data center is a facility that centralizes an organization's IT oerations
    and equipment, and where it stores, manages, and disseminates its
    data. Data centers house a network's most critical systems and
    are vital to the continuity of daily operations.

    Data centers have evolved significantly in recent years, adopting
    technologies such as virtualization to optimize resource utilization and
    increase IT flexibility. As enterprise IT needs continue to evolve toward
    on-demand services, many organizations are moving toward cloud-based
    services and infrastructure.

  • In Depth
    Security

    In-depth security, or defense in depth, is the principle
    of using a layered approach to network security to provide
    even better protection for your computer or network.

    No matter how good any single network security
    application is, there is someone out there smarter
    than the people who designed it with more time on
    his hands than scruples who will eventually get past
    it. It is for this reason that common security
    practice suggests multiple lines of defense, or
    in-depth security.

  • Backup
    and disaster recovery

    Backup and disaster recovery are not directly interchangeable
    terms; but disaster recovery is not possible without backup in
    the first place. Disaster recovery is having the tested
    wherewithal to get systems restored and running as quickly as
    possible, including the associated data.

    The increasing use of virtualisation has changed the way disaster
    recovery is carried out because, in a virtual world, a system
    can be recovered by duplicating images of virtual machines (VM) and
    recreating them elsewhere.

  • Network Monitoring

    Network monitoring is a critical issue in today's rapidly changing
    network environment. Existing centralized client-server based network
    management frameworks suffer from problems such as insufficient scalability,
    interoperability, reliability, and flexibility, as networks become more
    geographically distributed.

    SNMP is widely used to manage devices in a network. Its components typically
    include a manager and an agent. The SNMP agents run on each device which
    has to be managed and provide information regarding the devices.

  • Information Technology Security Management in Organizations

    Increasing complexity and sophistication of ever evolving information technologies has spurred unique and unprecedented challenges for organizations to protect their information assets. Companies suffer significant financial and reputational damage due to ineffective information technology security management, which has extensively been shown to severely impact firm's performance and their market valuation.

    Protection, detection and response are the key elements in information security. Protection is your fortress, your barrier, your shield. It refers to using the proper tools such as firewalls to block unwanted communication from hackers. Detection is your ability to gather information related to attempted or actual attacks on your systems. When protection or detection fails and your system is breached, an experienced IT security team can help you get back on your feet with advanced forensics and investigative procedures.


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