If it’s connected, it’s an access point that can be infiltrated. And any digital device that is connected to your network, is at risk. Last week, CTO Paul Mako, addressed how cybersecurity threats can be detected from the network at the Denver Biz Tech Expo. Today, your business can reduce downtime from these threats by implementing protocols at all access […]
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Like most businesses, your employees, aka users, rely on the Internet to connect to your business applications to perform their daily tasks. If they’re doing this via a public Internet connection, there are risks involved. These types of scenarios relate to vulnerabilities like hacking, viruses, and/or possibly leaking private customer data. Situations like these are […]
MPLS vs Carrier Ethernet – what’s the better option? This quick fact video provides a side-by-side comparison of MPLS and Carrier Ethernet network infrastructure. Paul Mako, CTO of Massive Networks explains general network architecture, frequently asked questions about standard setups like MPL, and how they measure up against a Carrier Ethernet Network. Additionally, Mako addresses […]
Are you interested in Colocation Services? If so, then this quick fact video is for you. This is a short tutorial that provides general colocation architecture and administration information about types of colocation, the cost, important security measures, SLAs, and the basic set-up requirements. Additionally, the video will discuss how colocation can be privately connected to your LAN and […]
Connectivity is the backbone of a business. If you’re using the public Internet to access your business data, you’re placing your company at risk. Connect directly to all of the major sites using our private backbone that bypasses the public Internet entirely, adding another layer of security so your critical information is safe. Watch the […]
Colocation and service level agreements. What are they and why do you need them? In this article, we’ll review what colocation is, how its services are useful to businesses, and then why service level agreements are so important.
Cloud computing and infrastructure is a rapidly developing sector in the tech industry. The production side of this market has a variety of businesses providing this service to both local and international clients and companies. The obvious key players include Amazon, IBM, Microsoft, and Google, all who have a significant share of the market. However, […]
Cloud application management is likely to become more challenging for cloud businesses in the upcoming months and years. Despite the various issues associated with cloud management, businesses – big or small, are adopting cloud-based systems at an enormous rate. Cloud applications have made life easier and given the real-time phenomenon that fosters enhanced collaboration and […]
Proactive and reliable system monitoring has become increasingly crucial as part of network managing services. With the advent of high capacity and enhanced performance systems, managing the complexity of IT technologies has become even more challenging. To gain a competitive edge in the market and to keep one-step ahead of competitors, robust system monitoring has […]
A lot of network managers overlook Carrier Ethernet as a viable option for unified communications management. With the increase of VoIP and Communications usage, the pressure on WAN (wide area network) has increased. Making testing the durability of legacy technologies, for instance, frame relay, a slow process. This led IT decision-makers to look for highly […]
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