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What is NOC

What is NOC?

A network operations center NOC is a centralized location where a company and their staff can provide supervision 24 hours a day to help monitor and manage a company's services, databases, external services, firewalls, and network. So basically, a NOC is the basis of a company's nervous system. In the matter of security, a NOC is often the first line of defense against any attacks or disruptions a company or enterprise might experience with their telecommunication networks. There are several benefits to having a NOC at a company, but it is essential to know what they are capable of and what it takes to use them properly. Some businesses might not need a NOC, but larger companies and enterprises find that they make communications run a lot smoother internally and externally. Focus Areas: BPEL | DITA | ebXML | IDtrust | OpenDocument | SAML | UBL | UDDI
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