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QoS to Avoid a Network SOS

QoS to Avoid a Network SOS

What is "Quality of Service?" QoS stands for Quality of Service, aka, the ability to prioritize what’s happening on your business network. This means that you can ensure mission-critical uses like VoIP and video calls take priority over things like streaming services....

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IPv4 vs IPv6: What You Need to Know

IPv4 vs IPv6: What You Need to Know

IPv4 vs IPv6: A Little History The first major internet protocol invented, IPv4 (Internet Protocol version 4) defines IP addresses in a 32-bit format. It remains the main configuration for delivering information between devices via the internet and has been in use...

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5 Benefits of Network Visibility

5 Benefits of Network Visibility

Simply put, network visibility is the awareness and control of applications, data, and users on a WAN or LAN network. Network Visibility is crucial to your organization, we’re talking main power to the hyperdrive critical. Here are 5 benefits to network control.

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SD-WAN: iTel’s Answer to Connectivity Issues

SD-WAN: iTel’s Answer to Connectivity Issues

Businesses are increasingly adopting SD-WAN for its ability to simplify network management, improve application performance, reduce costs, and increase agility. SD-WAN – Software-Defined Wide Area Network – can be used to enhance your business infrastructure, whether...

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Layer 2 vs. the Internet

Layer 2 vs. the Internet

You know that feeling when you’re late for a meeting and conveniently there’s a huge traffic jam on your regular route? Think of your “late for a meeting self” as data being transferred over the internet and the highway/side roads as the routers trying to deliver you to your destination.

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