THE IMPACT OF VIRTUALIZATION MANAGEMENT ON NETWORK SECURITY IN NIGERIAN MANUFACTURING FIRMS
AbstractOver the years, methods have been proposed and new techniques have been put into place to try and stop hackers from gaining entry into other people’s systems that leads downtime and loss of data, but all the methods have been proven fruitless because within a few months of installation, the system gets hacked. The research is focused on a proposed model, which will assist in analyzing the importance and significance of integrating virtualization and network management. The activities which are connected with integration process were carefully selected and evaluated. Quantitative results are shown for the effects of the integration of virtualization and management process. Firstly, the analysis showed that the selected activities of the integration of virtualization and network management will have significant effects on network security optimization. Which means that for a system to be effective secured, the main processes linked to the integration are to be carefully obeyed. Secondly the research analysis pointed out the network management process is important for virtualization. This thesis will provide means for further study to improve network security and network management as whole especially in large Nigerian production firms.
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