Quest Software Public Sector understands that governments and their agencies at all levels – local, state, and federal -- need to reduce the cost of information technology and simplify their IT infrastructures so as to continually improve the quality of services provided to their citizens.
Quest Software helps your IT professionals do just that, providing rapid time to value and reducing your true, total cost of ownership. Quest Software solutions help you manage the heterogeneous environments that make up today’s IT landscape. You can use our solutions to effectively control all your major identity repositories, to develop for and manage all the leading data platforms, both traditional and those using emerging technologies. Quest solutions cover physical, virtual, and cloud environments. We help you modernize your infrastructure with industry-leading migration and consolidation products. We protect your data. And we give you powerful application performance and end user experience monitoring tools for the baselining and ongoing measurement against SLA’s needed for shared services and chargeback models.
Quest Software works directly with agencies, partners with systems integrators and large resellers, and has over 15 million government and education end users. Quest’s products and services can be purchased through various local, state, and federal contracts. For more information please visit us at www.quest.com/public-sector/.
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Study Reveals Only 6.9 Percent of Federal IT Officials Agree With a Public Cloud Model; More Than 68 Percent Support Private or Hybrid Models
Quest Software Public Sector, Inc., a subsidiary of Quest Software, today announced the results of the Pulse on Public Sector Virtualization and Cloud Computing Study of federal, state and local, and higher education IT professionals.
Quest Launches vFoglight Storage for Optimal Virtual Performance
vFoglight Storage is a physical storage monitoring solution that enables administrators to optimize their virtual infrastructures by gaining greater control and visibility over the physical layer enabling users to pinpoint performance, capacity and topology issues.
Business Wire Picks Foglight to Improve Customer Quality of Experience
Application Performance Monitoring Solution Provides Real-time User Experience Data
Quest Software Launches Freeware to Centrally Manage Unix/Linux/Mac Users and Groups
Visit FreeUnixIAM.com Community to Download Quest Identity Manager for Unix Today!
This white paper provides 10 key best practices to help your organization effectively manage change to your ERP systems, with particular attention to upgrading to R12.
Increasingly, the major components of government IT infrastructure are virtualized: servers, storage, network, user workspaces. Virtualization saves hardware costs, energy and physical data center space. But virtualization complicates the job of the IT department to track and manage response time and the user experience.
Learn how you can reduce AD workloads through the implementation of proper management, automation and administration tools.
We will discuss the challenges of integrating your diverse existing infrastructure and monitoring tools into a service-focused, comprehensive Application Performance Monitoring solution which enables you to assess performance against your SLA’s, financial plan and organizational/mission requirements. These challenges include monitoring all components, including those such as network infrastructure, storage and others which may be utilized by multiple services. We will also discuss how to assess cloud-based services without relying solely on provider-generated performance metrics.
This Digital Communities white paper highlights discussions with IT officials in four counties that have adopted shared services models. Our aim was to learn about the obstacles these governments have faced when it comes to shared services and what it takes to overcome those roadblocks. We also spoke with several members of the IT industry who have thought long and hard about these issues. The paper offers some best practices for shared government-to-government services, but also points out challenges that government and industry still must overcome before this model gains widespread adoption.