- Once there are more than a handful of devices needing interconnectivity -- telephones, computer terminals, personal computers, faxes, servers, bridges, and routers -- it is necessary to use a structured cabling system. These guidlelines provide for a generic, structured cabling system, which can support both current and future communication systems.
- Compilation of guides for hardening various operating system components. -- This content is restricted to internal users on the Commonwealth's wide area network (MAGNet). Commonwealth agencies who are not on MAGNet may obtain a current copy of these documents by contacting ITD's Service Desk at CommonhelpServiceDesk@massmail.state.ma.us or 1-866-888-2808.
- Guidelines for assigning and requesting host names within the state.ma.us domain.
- State agencies should use these guidelines when making decisions about how to construct or evolve their networks to be capable of leveraging the state's wide area network, MAGNet.
- The goal of network management is to maximize network availability, performance, and benefits to network users. This is accomplished through five basic management activities: fault management; configuration and name management; performance management; security management; and accounting management.
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