Tag: Cisco

TIPS

Government contracts in the State of Texas are overseen and administered through the Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR), tasked with providing technology leadership, solutions and value to Texas state government, education and local government entities to enable and facilitate the fulfillment of their core missions. Click here for more information on the Cooperative Contracts…

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EA Licensing

Simplify and Optimize Your Software Investments with EA Licensing As a Cisco Gold Certified Partner, Netsync is pleased to be able to offer the Cisco Enterprise Agreement (EA) to their customers. With enrollments in Cisco DNA, Collaboration, Data Center and Security, Cisco EA Licensing is ideal for organizations that want financial predictability, a simplified IT…

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Cisco Catalyst 9100 Access Point

Cisco Catalyst 9100 Access Point

The Cisco Catalyst 9100 access points can handle the challenges of the next generation’s network. Going beyond the Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) standard, Catalyst 9100 access points are resilient and intelligent and provide integrated security for your mobile clients as well as your IoT devices. Key Benefits With powerful, customizable solutions for companies of all sizes,…

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Cisco HyperFlex Anywhere

Cisco HyperFlex Anywhere

Cisco HyperFlex Anywhere extends the simplicity of hyperconvergence from core to edge and multicloud, putting IT at the center of rapid innovation in a world where data is everywhere. The latest innovations in HyperFlex with Cisco Intersight are engineered to meet the unique requirements for deploying hyperconverged infrastructure at the edge at a global scale.…

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Case Study: Texas School District Hit By Ransomware

Case Study: Texas School District Hit By Ransomware

Cyber Attack Leads to Security Upgrade An unforeseen cyberattack is every organization’s worst nightmare. When a rural Texas ISD was hit with a ransomware attack, they knew that they had to do something… and quickly. Compounding the problem, however, was the fact that rural school districts typically have a limited source of financial support with…

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Case Study: Aging Hardware Poses Challenges to Texas School District

Case Study: Aging Hardware Poses Challenges to Texas School District

Netsync Schools Educators in Overcoming both Installation and Financial Obstacles A large school district in Texas needed to update aging hardware at one of its campuses but faced both installation and financial challenges in doing so. Their current support staff was not able to take in and install all of the purchased APs if purchased…

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Case Study: Upgrading an Existing Fiber Network Shows Significant Savings

Case Study: Upgrading an Existing Fiber Network Shows Significant Savings

Multiprotocol Label Switching Network Installed Over Existing Infrastructure. Waste not, want not.A major municipal energy corporation in Texas, providing service to more than 352,000 natural gas customers and 840,00+ electricity customers, needed an experienced technology partner to help develop and deploy a secure and sustainable Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) network using an existing network infrastructure.…

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Case Study: Texas ISD Updates Paging System

Case Study: Texas ISD Updates Paging System

Faster, More Accurate, Less Costly These days, fast and accurate communication during a security incident on a school campus is on everyone’s mind. A major Texas ISD found that their incumbent paging system was becoming too costly for them to support with their limited budget, so they turned to Netsync, with whom they had an…

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