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Network Audit Paves the Way for an Enhanced Collaboration Solution

Network Audit Paves the Way for an Enhanced Collaboration Solution

One of the state’s largest school districts needed a better solution installed with zero service disruption When you share network servers with the local police department, decisions to alter configurations or architectures take on a heightened level of scrutiny. One of Texas’ largest school districts could relate. Their Cisco Unified Communications (UC) solution, which is…

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Major School District gets updated WAN, simpler management, lower costs

Major School District gets updated WAN, simpler management, lower costs

Netsync designs and deploys high-speed, scalable optical network to address school district’s current and future needs A major school district in North Texas — in fact, the largest of 38 districts in the area—with an enrollment of more than 14,000 students, had a costly, poorly supported metro-Ethernet network connecting and supplying Internet access for their…

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Ransomware Attacks Prominent Texas School District

Ransomware Attacks Prominent Texas School District

RYUK Ransomware targets district just prior to its busiest time of the year For teachers, coaches and administrators, there’s a flurry of activity and a frenetic pace that precedes the start of each school year, especially when you’re closing out a busy summer session. There are hundreds of things to think about, but there’s one…

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Netsync Lights and Energizes Utility Company’s Network

Netsync Lights and Energizes Utility Company’s Network

Reports of the death of this technology have been greatly exaggerated While many have predicted that SD-WAN would spell the death knell for MPLS, it’s not true. Far from it, in fact. MPLS (Multi-Protocol Label Switching) is alive and well, not only as a long-ago implemented technology falling under the If it ain’t broke, don’t…

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