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					From: "Bob Slapnik"
To: "Aaron Barr" ,"Aaron Barr" ,,
Subject: RE: Network monitoring at QNA
Date: 2010-08-15 00:00:00

I agree with Aaron to get one box in. Hopefully Fidelis will work with us.

I told Matt Anglin that I'd get him a new proposal by COB Monday. I may
have to tell him I need more time to get the Fidelis info.

BTW, he said the connections there are either DS3 or T1. Fidelis needs that
info to provide the correct box.

-----Original Message-----
From: Aaron Barr []
Sent: Sunday, August 15, 2010 10:56 AM
To: Bob Slapnik
Cc: Greg Hoglund; Penny Leavy-Hoglund; Michael G. Spohn
Subject: Re: Network monitoring at QNA

My 2 cents. Get one box in. If it's effective they will come up with
the money for the rest or figure out how to span or reroute traffic.


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On Aug 15, 2010, at 10:54 AM, Bob Slapnik wrote:

> Greg, Penny and Mike,
> I need to submit a proposal for managed services to QNA by Monday, so I
> the info regarding Fidelis by then. I suggest we propose ONE Fidelis box
> for ONE QNA location, especially if we get it on a 3 or 6 month trial.
> I agree that Fidelis is the right technical solution, but it may not be
> right financial solution. Their boxes are expensive and QNA has 6-7 small
> locations. At QNA the total cost of Fidelis will exceed the total cost of
> AD software.
> Bob
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Greg Hoglund []
> Sent: Saturday, August 14, 2010 9:27 PM
> To: Bob Slapnik
> Cc: Penny Leavy-Hoglund; Michael G. Spohn; Aaron Barr
> Subject: Re: Network monitoring at QNA
> Fidelis is the correct solution. Penny is working with Mary Sullivan
> re fidelis boxen. I think we are green light. Get penny into the
> conversation and let's finalize the solution please.
> Greg
> On 8/13/10, Bob Slapnik wrote:
>> Mike, Greg, Penny, and Aaron,
>> QNA wants us to expand our managed services proposal to include
>> the network. Including the network would allow us to charge more and it
>> will make our host monitoring better if we also have network visibility.
>> A complication is that QNA has 6-7 locations. We've been talking about
>> Fidelis but it is my understanding that Fidelis requires a box at each
>> location.
>> Given the cost of Fidelis this may not make sense. Is there a cheap or
>> freeware alternative? I want to get QNA a proposal by COB Monday.
>> Bob
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