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...

Status of IPv4 Today

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 since the 70s....

5 Benefits of Network Visibility

Business and enterprise networks are growing bigger and more complex. Along with that intricacy comes new challenges and the need for management. The answer to these problems is network visibility. 5 Benefits to Network Visibility Simply put, this is about the...

SD-WAN: The 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...