It's hard to believe 2017 is already half over! In June, the Pittsburgh Penguins defeated the Nashville Predators in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Finals. Amazon announced its intent to buy Whole Foods Market for $13.7 billion. After 52 hours of deliberating, a mistrial was declared in Bill Cosby's sexual assault case. As we all strive to end the year on a high note, let's flashback to Vology's five most viewed blog posts from June.
This post is by far one of Vology's most popular. For the sixth consecutive month, readers are learning how to avoid network outages and/or performance issues with redundancy and resiliency. We must have redundant systems in order for resiliency to exist, but simple redundancy doesn't always result in resiliency. Confused? This blog will break it down for you.
For the second month in a row, this was the second-most popular blog post and it comes as no surprise. People are curious about Vology's new headquarters in beautiful Clearwater. Did you know that we were even nominated in the Tampa Bay Business Journal's Coolest Office Spaces contest a few months ago? In this blog, you can view a slideshow of pictures from our Open House and learn more about our new digs.
People are actively searching for the best way to scale a campus access switch deployment, which leads them to this blog post. Should you go with non-stacking or stacking switches? Perhaps, a modular chassis solution makes more sense. In this post, we review all of your options and offer insight to point you in the right direction.
The WannaCry ransomware seemed to put cybersecurity at the forefront of everyone's minds. Keeper Security recently compiled the list of the most common passwords after evaluating ten million passwords compromised in 2016's data breaches. Network World found it only takes .25 milliseconds to hack any combination found in the top ten. In this blog, find out if any of your passwords made the list and learn how to better protect your accounts.
Want to save time and money? Stop trying to fill vacant positions in your IT department. There is a better option: hire a Managed Services Provider (MSP), like Vology. The next time you're thinking about hiring a new IT employee, consider the four questions in this blog post.