Wireless routers are essential for operating a modern business. Routers allow one network connection to essentially be split into many and then shared by different users and devices — usually over a WiFi connection. If you are looking for a new WiFi router for your office, there are some important features you should be aware […]
Have you ever gotten frustrated with your smartphone because the web browser took more than five minutes to load? Before you start blaming your old phone, check out these four reasons that might be the cause of your slow internet connection. Router location One simple yet overlooked reason why your WiFi-connected phone may be experiencing […]
Networks are Complicated and Fragile Networking is complex. There are many protocols running across the various OSI layers that are highly interconnected. Another way of layering includes the management, control and forwarding planes. In network design, we have various layers including the optical, core, spine and edge.
Just as networking technology is evolving, so too are the architectures that connect and support applications and services. In today’s IT world, there is no enterprise-wide infrastructure. Rather, there are individual networks—data center, campus, branch, public cloud and WAN—each with their own teams, budgets, priorities and tools.
Security experts are constantly discovering new potential threats, and quite recently, they’ve found a new type of Spectre-style attack more dangerous than the original. Here’s a quick rundown of the new Spectre variant. Spectre 101 For those who don’t know, Spectre is a vulnerability in modern computer chips like Intel and AMD that allows hackers […]
IT organizations are adopting AI-based tools to improve support, optimize infrastructure, and predict system breakdowns, freeing up staff for higher-value tasks. Artificial intelligence is starting to eat the world, one step at a time, and IT operations is no exception.
Wi-Fi and mobile access is the heartbeat of today’s society. We connect and communicate with our mobile devices all the time, for our business activities and personal engagements. As a user, we expect our applications and access to work as a utility. There are times when we are disappointed with the service.
Have you heard about Cisco’s Network Intuitive? In a world where things are changing and moving everyday, you need a network that can keep up. You need a network “that is constantly learning. Constantly adapting. Constantly protecting.” Watch the video below to learn more about Cisco’s Network Intuitive.
AI replaces manual WiFi management tasks with automated intelligence and provides deep insight that helps identify and fix problems faster than ever before. Mean Time to Repair (MTTR) is a common term in IT that represents the average time required to repair a failed component or device.