Solving Time Synchronization in Windows-Based Networks
Event Date: May 19, 2016
Microsoft Windows® is a core component of enterprise networks worldwide. However, Windows is not known for the accurate time keeping essential for network and business operations. Many applications, such as shared cloud databases, virtualized environments, and billing and transaction systems rely heavily on accurate time stamps to be effective.
Keeping accurate time in Windows-based networks is notoriously difficult. And it's becoming even more challenging in the face of virtualized environments and tightening legislative requirements. The pervasiveness of virtual machines (VM) alone, which are susceptible to clock drift, poses a substantial timing challenge.
In this webcast you'll learn about the latest in technology to solve these network synchronization challenges, meet the upcoming legislative requirements, and directly address the problem of timekeeping in virtual environments.
Paul Skoog, senior product marketing manager at Microsemi Corporation
Steve Ratzlaff, director of marketing and support services for Greyware Automation Products, Inc.