configuration

How a 50c fan pushed Teachers Mutual Bank to active-active

How a 50c fan pushed Teachers Mutual Bank to active-active

Core banking outage forces data centre overhaul.
Mar 23 2015 6:43AM
Telstra's 117 MB mobile data 'mystery' solved

Telstra's 117 MB mobile data 'mystery' solved

Analysis: The network configuration reason behind the puzzle.
Jul 29 2013 6:28AM
Telstra 're-parents' sub-exchanges to South Melbourne

Telstra 're-parents' sub-exchanges to South Melbourne

Exchange fire sees network configuration changes.
Nov 28 2012 7:15AM
Telstra assures security on remote IT support

Telstra assures security on remote IT support

New way to configure devices.
Oct 26 2010 3:23PM
UNSW data centre makes way for student beds

UNSW data centre makes way for student beds

New facility to come online in July.
May 25 2010 1:57PM
Oracle hikes database tool prices

Oracle hikes database tool prices

Database tools 40 percent more expensive.
Jul 21 2009 2:03PM
EMC adds to data centre management with Configuresoft

EMC adds to data centre management with Configuresoft

EMC has announced plans to add to its datacentre management line-up with the acquisition of Configuresoft.
May 29 2009 6:21AM
Configuration management is being considered but not practised

Configuration management is being considered but not practised

Organisations are considering configuration management but not investing in best practices to support it, according to a survey by Shavlik Technologies.
Apr 9 2009 10:59AM
Rogue DHCP malware strikes again, now harder to detect

Rogue DHCP malware strikes again, now harder to detect

A new variant of the DNS-changing Trojan.Flush.M malware has been spotted, security researchers said this week.
Mar 18 2009 10:15AM
Smallestdotnet sizes down .NET 3.5 install

Smallestdotnet sizes down .NET 3.5 install

Developer ‘confusion’ over the download size of the .NET 3.5 framework service pack one has led to the creation of a free online tool and new client profile configuration option.
Oct 13 2008 2:52PM
Review: NetIQ Secure Configuration Manager 5.7

Review: NetIQ Secure Configuration Manager 5.7

NetIQ's Secure Configuration Manager (SCM) is a combination of client server and web-based components to help organisations manage configurations of workstations and servers.
Sep 2 2008 4:12PM
Review: Enterprise Configuration Manager

Review: Enterprise Configuration Manager

ECM started as a Windows inventory management tool, but has moved with the times. This release turns it into a systems policy management and compliance system for Windows, Solaris and Red Hat.

Jul 27 2005 12:00AM
Quantum launches configuration, registration tool for partners

Quantum launches configuration, registration tool for partners

The Australian operation of data storage vendor Quantum unveiled a web-based storage systems purchasing tool and deal registration mechanism dubbed Quantum Marketplace.
Jul 7 2005 9:31AM
Review: Enterprise Configuration Manager

Review: Enterprise Configuration Manager

Auditing software requirements will naturally vary between organizations. In many cases, a relatively straightforward approach will be all that is necessary. But sometimes you might want a higher level of analysis and control.

Jun 9 2005 12:00AM
PatchLink acquires configuration management developer

PatchLink acquires configuration management developer

PatchLink, a supplier of patch management software, acquired Moonlight Systems, a developer of configuration management software, as a wholly owned subsidiary.
Sep 14 2004 9:42PM
Voyence launches program for configuration management

Voyence launches program for configuration management

May 4 2004 12:00AM
Monitoring Security from the Inside Out: Intrusion Detection at the Configuration Level

Monitoring Security from the Inside Out: Intrusion Detection at the Configuration Level

Today’s intrusion detection (ID) technology is, for the most part, network-centric.
Jan 15 2004 11:45AM
Review: Configuresoft Enterprise - Configuration Manager

Review: Configuresoft Enterprise - Configuration Manager

Managing a network has never been easy, whether it comprises 100 or 100,000 machines. Even with a dedicated network administrator, the overheads are horrendous. Rolling out new applications, checking for non-licensed software, looking at network traffic... full-time tasks that often have no one with a full-time job to attend to them. This becomes even more worrying when you consider the security implications.

Oct 1 2003 12:00AM

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