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5 Things to Think about When Upgrading the WLAN

5 Things to Think about When Upgrading the WLAN

Network upgrades are complex because they affect everyone in the organization. After all, the network serves as the data exchange fabric for all IT-related functions. Plan and deploy the network following best practices and you will establish a strong foundation. Fail to properly design and build the network and you increase the risk of costly business disruptions and downtime.

 

Tuesday, July 24, 2018/Author: John Meek, Director, Product Management/Number of views (121)/Comments (0)/
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Why HDBaseT Is Replacing HDMI in Digital Signage Solutions

Why HDBaseT Is Replacing HDMI in Digital Signage Solutions

If there was an excitement meter for the various components of a digital signage system, cabling would barely register. People like to talk about high-definition (HD) video, interactive capabilities and extra-large displays while cables literally hide in the background. However, as HD becomes ubiquitous, cabling for digital signage becomes more complex. Many organizations are struggling to send HD video over long distances in a way that’s reliable and cost-efficient. It’s not as simple as buying an HDMI cable for the 55-inch flat-screen TV in your living room.

Tuesday, July 17, 2018/Author: IV DIckson, Director, Digital Signage /Number of views (302)/Comments (0)/
Overcoming the Challenges of a Multisite Distributed Network

Overcoming the Challenges of a Multisite Distributed Network

Organizations with multiple locations must thoughtfully consider how they design and deploy their wide-area networks (WANs). Traditionally, organizations used a “hub and spoke” WAN architecture in which all WAN traffic routes through a hub core located at headquarters or a hosting data center. Remote sites communicate to each other and to the Internet via the central core.

Tuesday, July 10, 2018/Author: John Meek, Director, Product Management/Number of views (224)/Comments (0)/
3 Key Takeaways from the VPNFilter Threat

3 Key Takeaways from the VPNFilter Threat

In late May, malware known as VPNFilter began targeting routers from Linksys, Mikrotik, Netgear, QNAP and TP-Link, as well as network-attached storage (NAS) devices from QNAP. The malware operates in three stages. First, it is installed and maintains a persistent presence on the device so it can contact a command-and-control (C&C) server to download additional modules. 

Monday, June 25, 2018/Author: Luis R. Colon, CISSP, Information Security Manager/Number of views (182)/Comments (0)/
Categories: Security Services
Managed Network Services Provide Value and Choice

Managed Network Services Provide Value and Choice

The concept of “IT commoditization” gained traction following a provocative 2003 Harvard Business Review article, Author Nicholas Carr argued that, like electric generators and telephones, information technology has become so commonplace that it no longer provides any real strategic value.

Wednesday, June 13, 2018/Author: Rosemary Blum - Chief Marketing Officer/Number of views (243)/Comments (0)/
Categories: Managed Network
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