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Call in the game

How introducing gamification can invigorate and incentivise call centre operations

Resilient or redundant?

Steve Cummins at Opengear explains how confusion over these two important network measures can cause operational chaos

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A tidal wave of data

David Trachy at Spectra Logic believes that we need to prepare for the impending data tsunami

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Switchshop achieve Platinum Status with Aruba Networks

Based in Hertfordshire, Switchshop join a very select number of Platinum partners in the UK

Interest in UK tech jobs wanes in comparison to mainland Europe

Number of jobseekers looking to work in the UK tech sector is falling compared to other European countries, according to new research from Indeed

ThousandEyes introduces collective view of global internet performance

Internet Insights delivers ground-breaking visibility into Internet outages and the scope of business impact


Managing distributed networks

Gary Cox at Infoblox considers the rise of the remote office network in a DDI context

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Revisiting assets

Many organisations will claim to have effective asset management in place - but is it really fit for purpose?

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No need for alarm?

With facilities and IT inextricably linked, Klaus Allion at ANT Telecom offers some advice on reducing the impact of false alarms

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Network Computing Awards

Network Computing Awards 2019: The Winners!

The results of the 2019 Network Computing Awards were revealed at an evening ceremony at the Radisson Blu Edwardian in May. Below we profile some of this year’s winners:

Distributor of the Year

Winner: NBM Technology Solutions

Runner-up: Datasolutions Distribution

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Reseller of the Year

Winner: Excell Group

Runner-up: Axial

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Hardware Product of the Year

Winner: ExaGrid - EX63000E

Runner-up: Allied Telesis - x950 Series

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Welcome to the November 2019 Newsletter.

We’re fast approaching that most wonderful time of the year once again. Yes, nominations for the 2020 Network Computing Awards will be opening in just a matter of days! This will be the fourteenth year of the NC Awards and, once again, the finalists in most but not all categories will be determined by at the awards website.

However, the Network Computing Awards also include judged categories for both products and projects. All of the products that have been independently reviewed for Network Computing over the course of the year are automatically included in the Bench Tested Product of the Year category. For more information on the Network Computing product review service please contact Dave Bonner or Julie Cornish on +44 (0) 1689 616000.

The NC Awards also recognise the valuable work that suppliers have carried out for their customers through the Network Project of the Year categories. If you have a case study that you would like to submit for consideration then please send it to David Bonner at dave.bonner@btc.co.uk.

Finally, the Editor’s Innovation Award gives you a chance to impress our judge, Network Computing’s Editor, Ray Smyth, through being truly innovative in design, purpose, application or results. Ray gets to see a lot of innovation in the solutions that are independently reviewed for Network Computing. Additionally, supplier innovations can come to light through Ray’s discussion with companies during the course of the year. If you feel that what you do is worthy of consideration for this award then please contact Ray at ray.smyth@btc.co.uk

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