AT&T podcasts offer application upkeep tips

Networx Universal and Enterprise contract holder AT&T has launched a series of application upkeep podcasts to help customers keep their mission-critical applications well-tuned.

Podcasts are available that focus on SAP, PeopleSoft and Oracle enterprise applications, and on spend management, e-commerce and messaging and collaboration.

On the podcasts, representatives from the company's Hosting and Application Services group offer their insights into what management tools and tactics can be used to enhance the effectiveness and performance of those enterprise applications.

To download the free podcasts, users must be a member of AT&T’s free Networking Exchange. Clicking on the podcast or audio file takes you to a short form to fill out.

The application upkeep series also includes the on-demand Webcast “Lowering the TCO for Business Applications,” hosted by Paul Hamerman of Forrester Research and Michael Rulf, executive director of product development for AT&T Hosting and Application Services.

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Sami Lais is a special contributor to Washington Technology.

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