Web-Based Network Management: Beyond the Browser

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Wiley, Apr 30, 1999 - Computers - 244 pages
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End downtime-once and for all!

Without a doubt, downtime prevention is every network manager's biggest problem. And, using commercial browsers to check up on the network simply doesn't guarantee the necessary security. Now there's a new generation of secure, browser-free, Web-based network management products devised to prevent downtime in every kind of network, no matter what hardware, software, or operating system it uses-all via the web! Written by an award-winning networking writer, this practical guide explains how this new technology works and how to incorporate it into existing network management strategies. Complete with a detailed product evaluation guide and real-world case studies, this book will also cover the security issues involved in managing all network sites from anywhere in the world.

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Contents

Objections to WebBased Network Management
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How to Keep Systems Secure
33
Whos Doing What with WebBased Systems
51
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