Network vs. security. It’s an old debate. What’s more important? Once upon a time, a business’ network system and application security system were considered separate isolated management items. With the way technology has evolved many IT departments have merged the two. That way they sit under one umbrella. Past Grievances Between Network and Security Teams […]
Recently Paul Mako, CTO of Massive Networks met with the crew members of Channel Vision Magazine (CVTV). This short video will walk you through how Massive Networks: Deploys its services Custom designs networks Designed a multi-location network for a Colorado-based medical tech company Learn how our Premium-Blended Internet and layer 2 Private Line Transport connections from office-to-office, data centers, and […]
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 […]
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 […]
Connectivity. Defined its meaning refers to the quality, state, or capability of being connected to a computer or series of computers. That’s fine and dandy when placed in a dictionary reference, but in the IT world, it’s SO much more than that. The complexities involve connecting your computers to the Internet, your Internet to servers, […]
Exactly how secure is your critical business data on your open network? Unfortunately, the answer to that is – not as safe as you think. If it’s not at the forefront of your thoughts, it should be. Don’t be a victim, be a problem solver.
The market is changing. What is useful today may not be useful tomorrow. No matter what problem a technology may currently solve, most of it is doomed to fade and die out. Either that or a technical engineer will develop a bigger and better version of it.
Is your network secure, up to date, and operating at the speed of your business? For most IT teams or technology managers, this scenario is unrealistic. Managing a network involves a ton of manual activities. From installing probes, building VPN tunnels, logging into CLIs for each device, and parsing what is returned – all to […]