The 23rd Annual Kelser Charity Challenge will take place at Indian Hill Country Club in Newington, Connecticut, on September 17, 2019, to benefit the Hospital for Special Care's Center for Cognitive Health. The golf tournament--which is currently open for registration and sponsorship--is organized by Glastonbury-based technology consulting firm Kelser Corporation and will also feature a silent auction, dinner reception and "heli drop" in which a helicopter drops golf balls onto the course.
What are Network Support Services? Network support services focus on the maintenance of an existing business network.
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Managed security services are network security services that have been outsourced to a service provider. This provider will administer outsourced monitoring and management of security devices and systems.
What Does a Managed Security Service Provider do? A managed security service provider (MSSP) provides outsourced monitoring and management of security devices and systems.
IT hardware, like cars, are depreciating assets. As soon as you drive them off the proverbial lot, they begin to lose value. The reason for this depreciation is twofold: the product will eventually wear down, and newer models will be released with greater specs. Keeping this in mind, how often should you refresh your IT assets? To understand the answer to this question, let’s look at the IT-asset lifecycle management.
A managed network is a type of communication network that is built, operated, secured and managed by a third-party service provider.
What is Network as a Service? Network as a service (NaaS) is a business model for delivering enterprise-wide area network services virtually on a subscription basis. NaaS involves the optimization of resource allocations by considering network and computing resources as a unified whole.