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Four Valuable SD-WAN Use Cases

SD-WAN is a software-defined approach to managing a wide-area network (WAN). Traditional WAN uses hardware and VPNs to connect multiple networks, but this is often inefficient and expensive to maintain. SD-WAN can use any available connection to optimize traffic and bandwidth use. It meshes seamlessly with existing hardware, edge computing devices, cloud applications, and VPNs …

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Guide to DDoS Attacks Today

Guide to DDoS Attacks Today

Distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks are a primary concern when it comes to internet security. They represent a malicious attempt to target a server, network, or service by significantly flooding web traffic to disrupt that location. These types of attacks are effective because they use multiple computer systems that are already compromised as their traffic sources. …

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How Managed Services Can Fuel Your IT Strategy

The digitization movement can feel like a blessing and a curse for IT professionals. While new technologies are constantly being introduced into the market, there may not be enough resources, knowledge, or time to implement them into your business. This can easily have IT professionals feel like they are in a black hole, where gravity …

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6 Network Pain Points and How to Avoid Them

No matter how big or small your organization is, it can’t survive without a reliable network. However, establishing and maintaining a business-critical network isn’t without its pain points. Here are six common network challenges and how to avoid them. 1. Filling Technology and Training Skills Gaps Because technology changes so quickly, even advanced degree programs …

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IT Checklist When Relocating Your Business

For many businesses, relocation is an economic no-brainer. For example, high-energy prices or taxes in one state may be significantly lower in another making a big move a cost-effective venture in the long term. Another reason companies move is the need to attract a more diverse workforce, which could mean moving from the suburbs to …

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