What are the Benefits of Point-to-Point Ethernet Versus VPN

With the introduction of SD WAN (software defined networking) VPNs have made a come back. But before you consider scraping your private network for the latest VPN technology consider the following benefits of Ethernet Private Line.  Private connectivity vs encrypted traffic Point-to-Point Ethernet networks are formed by connecting each site to other sites using fiber…

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How MPLS will Improve your Network

What is MPLS? MPLS is an acronym for Multi-protocol label switching and it’s a technology used for connecting/networking multiple branch offices together with a private IP connection. Multiprotocol Label Switching is a type of protocol that is used to shape network traffic flows and to increase speed. As a standard today, networks are divided into…

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How do I move my IT to a new building?

Growth in business is a great and exciting thing. Profits increase, steady workflow and job security for employees helps company morale. Inevitably however the space your business started in can become too small and suddenly you have logistics issues and find you have to move to a bigger location. Moving your corporate office to a…

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Do you believe in paranormal Internet activity? Who or what is stealing your bandwidth?!

Some IT managers find that even after a recent Internet upgrade users still complain of slow speeds. It’s almost as though some paranormal activity is going on sucking up your bandwidth. Every time technology advances, there is some sort of bottleneck that is created by older technology holding things back. With the rise of virtualization…

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What is SD WAN?

SD WAN stands for Software Defined Wide area networking. SD WAN allows multi-site businesses to leverage hybrid network solutions without sacrificing the performance and reliability of their MPLS network at a lower cost. SD WAN allows you to dynamically route traffic across a variety of different network technologies such as DSL, Cable, and Fiber enabling…

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