Security is no doubt at the top of every IT manager’s priority list going into 2020. In speaking to a client recently he told me that 50% of his day is now consumed by dealing with securing his network or resolved security issues. 50%?! That a ton of time that most IT managers don’t have.…Details
A Software-defined Wide Area Network (SD-WAN) is a virtual WAN architecture that allows businesses to leverage any combination of carrier connectivity – including MPLS, broadband internet, wireless internet, LTE etc – to securely connect users to a corporate network.
In 2020 and beyond, security and IT professionals will discover that cybersecurity decisions have broader implications than ever before. Our lives increasingly depend on technology to work, learn, and socialize. And that dependence also makes technology a target.
As we bring in the new year many experts will weigh in with predictions about what will come in 2020. Here is are our list of the biggest changes we expect to see in the coming year.
Metro Ethernet Service is a flexible, easy-to-use, fiber transport service that uses Ethernet transport technology. Metro E allows customers to connect multiple enterprise locations using native Ethernet protocol. Metro Ethernet supports transmission speeds as low as 10 Mbps and up to 10 Gbps in increments of 10 Mbps from 10 to 100 Mbps, 100 Mbps…Details
If you own a business with more than one location in a market, you know how important it is to keep everyone connected and communicating.
Contrary to popular opinion, there will be news other than the presidential election this year. Here are 3 top tech trends that will impact businesses in 2020 and beyond:
Business phone systems no longer serve as a tool for simply making and receiving calls. Today voice over IP communications systems allow employees to communicate by phone, video, and text, which is giving businesses the flexibility to connect with customers and clients in any way they prefer and from anywhere. Hosted VoIP is the easiest…Details
A PBX or Private business exchange system consists of direct line-to-line connections made by an exchange and connected to the public telephone network. VoIP systems on the other hand use the Internet to package voice signals into data packets that are transferred over the Internet to a provider who manages connectivity to the public network.
Businesses often deploy distributed networks using MPLS, Metro Ethernet or other connectivity to ensure that the communication between headquarters and their branch offices is always up and running. Branch offices located at the edge network depend on continuous connectivity. They have so many important devices and applications, that they cannot risk downtime or outages. Sometimes…Details