1) NAC Is Built on an 802.1X Framework
Resources for management of next generation contact centers, collaboration solutions and IT and Infrastructure solutions.
Tareq Cora is part of the Technology Division, in particular the Radio section at the Toronto Fire Services. He is responsible for mission critical communication including the Toronto Fire Service's Radio infrastructure, Station Alerting and 911 communications. He is currently supporting two complete communication centers, 85 Fire Stations, and approximately 150 Emergency response vehicles.
In an around-the-clock industry where downtime is not an option, the global health science company turned to Avaya to upgrade its existing network.
Netagen (rebranded from Combat Networks) provided the perfect solution for Linamar.
Automotive, energy and mobile parts manufacturer turns to Netagen and Avaya to provide uniform, centralized communications that save on costs.
Apple, Acer, JBS, Kronos, Shutterfly, and Planned Parenthood are a few organizations to fall victim to some of the biggest ransomware attacks in 2021. As reported by Help Net Security, Ransomware attacks increased 148% in Q3 2021, showing no sign of slowing down.
More than 72% of our public sector customers choose private cloud services for added privacy, access control, and long-term cost efficiencies. However, “private cloud” is such a broad term, so in today’s blog, we will elaborate on the various private cloud environments.
Ontario's Top Applied Arts and Technology College enhances Communication and Collaboration with Netagen
When Niagara College’s legacy unified communications no longer met the needs of their substantial growth, they needed a partner to modernize their unified communications to deliver dynamic health sciences education and training.
"Netagen integrates well and their solutions are priced competitively” — John Levay, Niagara College Director of Information Technology Services
In our last blog post Cloud-Managed Networks: What is It and Why is Now the Time To Switch? we discussed cloud managed networking (also referred to as centralized network management) and explained that the key benefit of having a centralized network management system is to manage all aspects of your network in one place, which enables your IT team to do more with less, and basically make time for the work that matters. Today, we’ll be discussing the ExtremeCloud IQ solution and explore the top three reasons why this cloud-managed network solution is second to none.
Most modern tech companies use buzzwords referring to the cloud arbitrarily, without making it clear what they actually mean to consumers. There are many different types of cloud computing and services, but for this blog, we’ll discuss cloud-managed networking. So, what exactly is “cloud management networking”? To the point: cloud-managed networking is centralized network management. Centralized network management allows your IT team to manage all aspects of your network in one place; involving the administration, operation, maintenance and provisioning.