WEBINAR: Finding the Top Users of Bandwidth on Your Network

If there is one question on the lips of network managers across the world, it is:

How do I find the top users of bandwidth on my network NetFort Webinar Technology4Business

How do they find the top users of bandwidth on their networks?

It is always recommend that finding the top users of bandwidth can be broken down into two steps. First, you need to gain visibility into what is happening on the network; then you need to associate this with usernames

We invite you to join us for a free webinar with Darragh Delaney and Aising Dillon or NetFort Technologies who will show you how to find the the top users of bandwidth on your network.

Webinar Agenda:

1) Sources of user data on computer networks
2) What you need to be logging in Active Directory
3) Associating packet and flow data with usernames
4) Finding out where user devices are plugged into your network

Approximately 30 Minutes.

Darragh Delaney (Head of Technical Services)
Aising Dillon (Head of NetFort Support)

Use the following links to register:
Thursday 21 Feb. 14:00 (GMT):  https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/366186257
Thursday 21 Feb. 17:00 (GMT):  https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/708329745

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