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Network management: Lose the frustration, keep the control

Running an enterprise network, I often find, is synonymous with a Monday morning headache. And yet, so much of your organisation’s success depends on the technology and the services that your ICT division delivers to the business from this network. Here are some thoughts that, I hope, will soothe your anxiety of losing control, and realise that you have nothing to fear but fear itself .

Remember that the most important requirement for a successful network is therefore a mature set of operational tools and processes, but with the majority of organisations still at low levels of maturity, the risk of unnecessary downtime is high if they haven’t employed better help from outside.

Managed services for enterprise networks is your ticket to a significant role at the business table. Hand off the mundane operations and carrier service management to third-party experts and you can finally tell the business you can “do more with less”.

But if you fear that this means letting go of strategic and financial control, understand now: this is false.

This best practices guide will show you all you need to regain control, using managed services for enterprise networks.

To help you lose the frustration and keep the control of enterprise network management, we’ve created this best practice guide that will show you all you need to regain control, using managed services for enterprise networks. In this guide, you will learn:

  • 7 warning signsthat it is time to go the managed route
  • 3 wise steps to rid yourself of day-to-day network burdens
  • 7 tough questionsto ask managed network service providers

The guide also includes a list of tough – but necessary – questions to ask a potential services provider when considering its managed network services.

Brent Angus

Brent is the General Manager for the Networking Business Unit, Dimension Data Asia Pacific