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Survivor's Guide to 2005: Companies to Watch

Who will be the power players, up-and-comers and risk takers of 2005? Our editors offer their company picks.

Network Management

  • Coradiant: TrueSight gathers performance data and offers real-time info about all user experience, without the need for deploying agents.
  • Hewlett-Packard: OpenView continues to innovate, and HP is pushing automated n-Tier transaction tracking and standards-based Layer 2 discovery.
  • IpSwitch:

    The biggest little management vendor continues to stay in the game by listening to its users.

  • Netcordia: NetMRI is a Cisco CCIE in a box and more.
  • Opsware: Automating provisioning of systems and network devices in the data center.

2005 Survivor's Guide
Introduction

Business Strategies
Security
Network and Systems
  Management
Mobile & Wireless

Digital Convergence
Business Applications
Infrastructure
Storage and Servers
Special SMBs


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