IT Trends :: Thursday, March 16, 2006


Harvard IT Exec Schools Us On Managing Its Network

Keeping 100 university departments connected requires some savvy management techniques. Harvard University's Network Operations Manager approaches his job with a unique method, using homegrown approaches in addition to commercial tools. In a recent interview, Tumas revealed that monitoring a large complicated network d'esn't always require doling out millions of dollars for a network management framework. Instead, Harvard's IT staff couples homegrown tools with open source and commercial software from vendors that provide visibility into usage and packets. (Network World)
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