If you have a business computer network, then you might already know a little bit about DDI. DDI means integrating three elements: IPAM, DHCP, and DNS. When you talk about DDI, it means you’re combining these elements to make controlling them a more uncomplicated prospect.
Most business entities with complex computer networks will want to implement a streamlined DDI infrastructure. Some of them hire outside companies to do that for them, although you might use an internal solution if you have particularly skilled IT personnel.
If you’re wondering what some of the basic ways are to optimize your DDI infrastructure, we have suggestions that should get you headed in the right direction. We’ll also discuss ensuring business continuity and increasing employee productivity.
Limit Employee Website Access
Before talking about optimizing DDI infrastructure, we should discuss monitoring what your employees are doing online. It’s sad but true that some workers will take advantage of business hours to procrastinate if you’re not keeping track of what they’re doing.
They might use your network to:
Access gambling sites
Watch TV or movies
Browse social media platforms