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ALSO CALLED: Dedicated Lines
DEFINITION: A dedicated line is a telecommunications path between two points that is available 24 hours a day for use by a designated user (individual or company). It is not shared in common among multiple users as dial-up lines are. A dedicated line can be a physical path owned by the user or rented from a telephone company, in which case it is called a leased line. A synonym is nonswitched line (as opposed  … 

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Software demo: Early warning system for modern IT infrastructure monitoring
sponsored by LogicMonitor
SOFTWARE DEMO: Click to watch this demo video of an early warning system platform for modern IT infrastructure – which proactively prevents problems to minimize downtime and slowdowns that may negatively affect your organization.
Posted: 14 Jan 2021 | Premiered: 14 Jan 2021

LogicMonitor

N-able Help Desk Manager: Free 30-Day Trial
sponsored by Solarwinds N-able
SOFTWARE DEMO: This link provides a free 30 day trial of N-able's advanced help desk management solution, which handles tickets so you can focus on helping customers.
Posted: 09 Jun 2014 | Premiered: 09 Jun 2014

Solarwinds N-able

Network-Aware End-to-End Service Management - Demo
sponsored by Microsoft
PRODUCT DEMO: This is a demo of an end to end service management solution that spans the entire infrastructure.
Posted: 02 Nov 2007 | Premiered: 01 Nov 2007

Microsoft
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