HeathcareIT
Sep, 27th, 2016
Healthcare IT: Patients vs. Doctors – The Ultimate Bandwidth Battle

From hospitals to private practices, network-dependent technology is becoming more and more prevalent in the healthcare industry. Whether it’s a doctor using a tablet to access an electronic medical record or a patient taking advantage of a ‘Guest Network’ to watch Netflix – technology has become crucial in improving quality of care and ensuring the […]

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Sep, 13th, 2016
Don’t Let iOS 10 Wreak Havoc on Your Network

It’s that time of year again – the release of iOS 10. Apple users around the globe are eagerly waiting the moment when they can hit “Install Now” and take advantage of all the compelling new features. While users rejoice in the new voicemail transcriptions, revamped Apple Music design and built-in facial recognition, IT teams […]

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Sep, 7th, 2016
Legal IT: 3 Secrets to Improve SharePoint Performance

For legal services, the move to cloud makes sense. It’s an effective and convenient way to store massive amounts of data that can be accessed and shared anytime and from anywhere. And since 96 percent of legal professionals are accessing documents in locations outside of the standard office, it doesn’t make sense for them to […]

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Aug, 25th, 2016
[Video] How to Balance Academic and Social Apps on Campus – UMass Dartmouth

It’s that time of year again – students, faculty and staff are back at it, swarming the campus grounds. And with them, multiple devices and applications ready to battle it out for bandwidth. Higher Ed IT teams are under pressure more so than ever to ensure students and faculty, whether on or off campus, can successfully access […]

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Aug, 17th, 2016
Exinda Quick Tips: How to Control Hot New Apps on the Fly

Once you’ve set up your optimizer configuration it doesn’t mean that you’re done. With new and suddenly ‘hot’ applications on the market (Pokemon Go, anyone?), you need to make sure that they don’t overwhelm or affect your traffic. Going back to manually reconfigure your policy every few days can be time consuming. YOU MIGHT ALSO […]

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Pokemon Go Traffic
Aug, 9th, 2016
Pokemon Go: Controlling the Next Flood of Application Traffic

I was sitting in my favorite park the other day enjoying a view of the ocean, practicing my usual and undistracted form of presence when I looked toward a stand of birch trees and saw a gaggle of teenagers—assuming the ‘Pokemon Go’ position. YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE: How to Control Snapchat Traffic You know the […]

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Aug, 2nd, 2016
[K12] The Secret to an Awesome Chromebook Experience

More and more schools are implementing a 1:1 Chromebook initiative, and many of them use the Google services that are preloaded onto them, such as Gmail, YouTube, Google Docs and Google Cloud. To access these applications on a Chromebook, you will most likely use the Chrome web browser. But what if the performance you’re looking […]

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Jul, 27th, 2016
[Video] How to Control Snapchat Traffic – Westminster Public Schools

One of the biggest challenges facing today’s K12 network managers is ensuring there are enough network resources to support digital learning initiatives and critical administrative functions. But with the explosion of unsanctioned traffic like Snapchat, Tor and YouTube, school districts are maxing out their bandwidth, which has made this task more difficult than ever before. YOU MIGHT […]

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Jul, 19th, 2016
Simple is Better: Adaptive Policy That Makes Sense

Part 3 of 3 Through an extensive signature library, nearly all aspects and types of unified communications traffic can be distinguished. Whether voice, video or application sharing, network designers can now provide quality of service (QoS) policies to match the requirements for that traffic. YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE: Part 1 – Simple is Better than […]

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WPC
Jul, 14th, 2016
Microsoft WPC Recap: The Good, the Great and the Awesome

Yesterday was the official end to the 2016 Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC) – which marks a very hectic – but happy week for the Alliances and Marketing teams here at Exinda. We met a lot of partners, learned a lot and had a lot of great conversations that will hopefully lead to some meaningful relationships. I […]

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