Networking hardware vendors
ADTRAN Partner Program Checklist
Data security: Alternatives to data leak prevention
XXE, LDAP and buffer overflow injection attacks
XPath, command and directory traversal injection attacks
Testing for injection attacks
How will you protect your client's network?
What is the client's network topology?
Is the network design approved by the vendor?
What routing protocols will you use in a network design project?
What are the physical network considerations?
How will the network monitoring be conducted?
Pair data leak prevention product sales with consulting services
How to survive a recession in the IT industry
How to keep your revenue from dropping in a recession
Partner Program Directories
Data leak prevention: Finding data before it's lost
How to set up a network to optimize performance and reliability
Intasoft Partner Program Checklist
Increasing organizational agility in service-oriented computing
Why a SOA methodology should include service-oriented analysis
Increasing SOA ROI and maximizing automated solutions
SOA design standards in action
Web services and SOA in enterprise IT environments
How SOA can improve business-technology management and alignment
Service-oriented computing case study background
How SOA contributes to a more agile IT department
An introduction to service-oriented computing
Understanding service-oriented technology today
Intro: Service-Oriented Computing and SOA
SOA design principles and characteristics explained
SOA and Web services
Tips for federated IT with SOA, standardized services
Exploring SOA patterns and design pattern language
Tips for a vendor-neutral SOA platform and service implementation
SOA design terminology defined
Designing an effective SOA, services inventory strategy
Goals of SOA: Integration and interoperability
Service-oriented architecture design best practices
Entity services and business entities explained
Service-oriented computing: Goals and benefits
SOA and service inventory approaches in action
Service-oriented computing and SOA explained
What you need to know about service-oriented design
What service-level agreement does your networking client expect?
What networking skills does your client's in-house IT staff have?
What is the purpose of the network being designed?
What is the client's IT budget for the network design project?
Why change a customer's network configuration?
How to stay profitable in the reseller business
How to help customers reap the benefits of 802.11n
How to prepare for network penetration testing services
How do electrical load, server cooling affect server virtualization?
Which databases underpin the applications to be virtualized?
What about low-latency applications running on virtual blades?
What upstream/downstream services are in use?
What operating systems are being used?
What are the range of applications to be virtualized?
How does server storage space affect blade server virtualization?
What CPU platforms are being used?
What are your power and cooling capacities?
How to use fresh-air ventilation in blade server virtualization?
What are your system availability goals?
Do you have AC or DC power?
What are best practices for virtual server migration?
What are your server consolidation policies?
What are the consolidation ratios for virtual blade servers?
What are the different types of virtual file storage?
How does blade server virtualization bring energy savings?
How many data centers are you planning to virtualize, and where?
How do you connect storage to a virtual blade server?
Do you have any concerns about carbon footprint?
Are there any application interdependencies?
What are your disaster recovery needs?
Channel Checklist: How to align IT assessments with business needs
How to install a wireless LAN for businesses
Case studies in network centralization and decentralization
The best candidates for network centralization
Best candidates for network decentralization
Conclusions about network centralization and decentralization
Introduction to network centralization and decentralization
Guiding principles of network centralization and decentralization
Network penetration tools
Managed Objects Partner Program Checklist
Unified threat management (UTM)
Top five Linux Ask the Experts questions
Setting up WLANs: Good for clients, good for business
Encryption software vendors
Channel Explained: Hosted email archiving
Selling blade servers PDF download
Security on blade servers PDF download
Linux on blade servers PDF download
Storage blade server PDF download
Blade server virtualization PDF download
Blade server technologies PDF download
Writing an IT service-level agreement
McAfee Partner Program Checklist
Norman Partner Program Checklist