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2019 Data Center Trends Infographic

Posted by Alex Hartman on December 10, 2018 1:15:16 PM EST


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Topics: Modern Data Center, Cloud Networking

Why and Why Not Cloud in 1 Minute

Posted by Alex Hartman on December 5, 2018 9:33:44 AM EST

The cloud can be an enigma to some. What should I move to the cloud and what should I not? These questions can paralyze IT departments from making a decision and pulling the trigger on migrating to the cloud. But moving the cloud may not be for everyone. 

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Wireless is Getting an Upgrade: High Efficiency Wireless is Coming

Posted by Chris Reynolds on December 3, 2018 11:41:19 AM EST

802.11ax - High Efficiency Wireless (HEW) is coming! What does that mean for you? Over the last several years, wireless has moved from being a luxury technology to a business impacting need. 802.11ax is the new developing wireless standard that is designed to work at enhancing both 2.4GHz and 5GHz frequencies where 802.11AC/AC2 only had increased efficiencies on the 5GHz. The new standard builds on some of the technologies that were created in the current 802.11ac technologies and borrows some technologies from modern LTE and 5G cellular technologies to build a more robust and efficient wireless future.

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RDDoS: A New Ransom Attack Based in Fear

Posted by Alex Hartman on November 14, 2018 10:06:45 AM EST

2016 and 2017 gave us deadly ransomware attacks like WannaCry and NotPetya. These attacks put ransom-type malware in the headlines across the world because of their destructive behavior and request for exorbitant amounts of money. These ransom attacks are evolving and hacking groups are utilizing another form of attack – Denial of Service (DoS) attacks. These attacks are less intrusive to individual systems but just as terrifying to organizations.

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The Modern Data Center: Disaster Recovery [5/5]

Posted by Jeff Kish on November 6, 2018 11:35:47 AM EST
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Topics: Modern Data Center

Your WiFi works. Should you replace it?

Posted by John Meachum on October 30, 2018 2:34:20 PM EDT

Imagine having a wireless network for 10 years.  It was well designed when it was installed, and you don’t seem to get very many Wi-Fi issue tickets.  Is there a reason you should consider ripping out the system you know is dated but seems to serve you well?  I am going to go over the reasons why the correct answer may be yes.

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10 Tips for E-rate Season

Posted by Alex Hartman on October 22, 2018 10:42:08 AM EDT

ERATE season is upon us and it's time to get those much needed technology upgrades. This program lets next-gen tech become more affordable for schools to impliment. However, there are a lot of caveats and things to remember when you are doing ERATE planning & purchasing. Check out the infographic below to get some quick tips. 

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