NetIQ Puts Latest UC Deployment and Management Solutions Through Paces At UC Expo 2011

NetIQ will be demonstrating its NetIQ VoIP solutions at Unified Communications Expo, 6th to 9th March, Olympia, London. Visitors to the NetIQ stand 322 will be updated on the latest developments in how NetIQ solutions assure the infrastructure is available and secure for successful IP telephony deployments, as well as monitoring the end user experience and call quality.

At UC Expo, NetIQ will focus on how IT telephony management needs to evolve to keep pace with the complex and challenging operational issues of unified communications. This includes how IT organisations responsible for unified communications can extend their current system management systems to automate more of the routine UC management tasks, freeing up valuable resources and ensuring problems are more efficiently resolved.

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On the stand, NetIQ will demonstrate how NetIQ Aegis can be utilised to control and automate unified communications operations. Alongside this solution, there will be demonstrations of other NetIQ UC solutions including:
  • NetIQ AppManager for VoIP for maximising the performance and availability of IP telephony systems and applications
  • Vivinet Assessor for determining quickly and easily how well VoIP will work on a network prior to deployment
  • Vivinet Diagnostics for pinpointing call quality problems in VoIP networks and helping to explain incidents of reduced call quality, and automatically collecting data needed to remedy the problem
Posted on Feb 23, 2011  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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