Vology's Read Club | August's Top Blog Posts

September 12, 2017 Trent Brock

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Goodbye, summer. Hello, September. In August, Harvey made landfall in Houston as a category four hurricane, displacing tens of thousands of people. Floyd Mayweather returned to the ring and pocketed a reported $100 million for his victory over Conor McGregor. A total solar eclipse cast a shadow from coast to coast for the first time in nearly 100 years. As we sip on Pumpkin Spice Lattes, let's review Vology's five most viewed blog posts from August.

Redundancy vs Resiliency

One underground pipe. Two fiber optic connections. Is that redundant solution also a resilient solution? Nope. A single event could easily knock out both fiber optic cables. In this post, learn what is required to meet the requirements for redundancy and resiliency.


When it comes to scaling a campus access switch deployment, do you know your options? Non-stacking, stacking, or chassis. Unfortunately, there are too many variables to give a one-size-fits-all recommendation. However, this blog post should make it easier to make a decision.

3 Types Of Employees Putting Your Network At Risk

You want to give them the benefit of the doubt, but companies often forget to protect their networks from their own employees. While most data breaches were caused by malicious or criminal attacks, a recent report found 25% were linked to negligent employees or contractors. In this post, learn the three types of employees that should to be on your radar.


Is it time again to recruit, screen, and hire a new employee for IT department? STOP! You're wasting your time. Instead, consider these four questions to understand how Vology, a leading Managed Service Provider (MSP), would be a better fit.

Avoid Managed Service Provider Myths

Managed Service Providers steal jobs and charge a ton of money. FAKE NEWS. In fact, Vology will actually reduce your IT spend by 20-30%. Also, Vology’s 250+ engineers and nationwide network of 2,200+ fully vetted field technicians will become an extension of your current IT department. In this blog post, we separate MSP facts from fiction and share how we can help your organization.

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