New Site Fills the Gap in Network Management Advice & Tutorial Instruction

March 15, 2010 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology News
Diversion Marketing Inc. today unveiled, a new technology site dedicated to covering the core network management challenges faced daily by IT departments and professionals.

Network Management Software addresses the need for an independent source of news, analysis, and reviews of the IT network management space. While other websites dedicated to network management and monitoring coverage tend to be part of a larger conglomerate of IT sites, Network Management Software has pulled together a number of networking experts who take an objective approach to reviewing and comparing solutions to network management and monitoring software.

Aaron Leskiw, CCNA, MCSE, ITILv3, MCSA, A+ and author at Network Management Software, explains: "A key difference between Network Management Software and other network management sites is the fact that we [the authors] are all IT professionals, actively facing the challenges and topics we discuss on a daily basis. We're IT professionals first, writers second and we're able to share our field experience in the public and private sectors with our audience."

With the shift towards cloud computing, virtualization and web-based applications placing more demand on network resources, network management plays an increasingly more critical role in core business functions. At the same time, many business are experiencing continual skill and service gaps in their IT departments. The challenges and expenses of hiring diversely skilled, highly experienced professionals have never been greater; factors which lead many businesses to explore software and tools to address their growing needs for network visibility and management. This is exactly where Network Management Software hopes they can assist by offering expert reviews and analysis of products for networks ranging from small SMBs to enterprise-level and everything in between.

For more information about Network Management Software, please visit