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Enforcing Appropriate Use of Your Network Requires More Than One Type of Policy

Jessica Katz / Thu, Aug 07, 2014 / 4:37 PM

The Often Overlooked Side Of Campus Technology

G. McGlynn / Thu, Jul 31, 2014 / 9:11 AM
When we think about the college experience as it pertains to campus technology, we typically think about student learning experiences and how they can continue to be enhanced to leverage the latest and greatest applications and devices. Next the mind wanders to the student social experience - Netflix in the dorms, and a seemingly never ending stream of selfies and social media updates all over campus. In the midst of all of these competing priorities,… Read More

The Top 3 Causes Of Network Downtime

G. McGlynn / Fri, Jul 25, 2014 / 3:27 PM
One of the top things an IT manager never wants to hear is "the network is down." When employees can't connect, the entire office can quickly spiral out of control. Panic over missing important deadlines quickly sets in and the IT team gets flooded with user complaints. Aside from the stress of trying to restore service and close those support tickets fast, another thing that IT needs to be mindful of is how much this… Read More

How Are You Preparing Your Campus Network For Back To School?

G. McGlynn / Thu, Jul 24, 2014 / 9:47 AM
A friend of mine told me recently that she can't fall asleep unless she listens to 3 hours of sleep hypnosis videos on YouTube each night. I started thinking about how her new-agey nighttime ritual could impact fellow students if she lived in a dorm. If one student is getting their hypnosis on, while another is trying to Skype home to their family, and someone down the hall is racing the clock to submit an… Read More

Solving The Network Complexity Conundrum

G. McGlynn / Thu, Jul 17, 2014 / 7:31 PM
BYOD and IoT: two trendy tech acronyms that are meant to make work more efficient but also add to the growing network complexity problem that plague many IT managers. Being able to support these important business initiatives without hurting network  performance is a big catch 22 for many IT professionals today. Read More