What Retail Networking can learn from the Pinewood Derby

The Pinewood Derby is an annual tradition of young boy scouts around the world, where they build motorless racecars from a block of wood and become pit crew chiefs for an…

Failover to Cellular: Another example of customer-driven innovation at Opengear

The productivity loss due to Internet downtime in an enterprise or at remote sites can be staggering making a "failover" Internet connection a necessity for most businesses. A research study…

On the Road Again: InteropNet 2014

In late March, I once again traveled to Las Vegas to support the installation the temporary high-speed network that is InteropNet 2014. InteropNet provides high-speed network connectivity to the Interop…

Locked Out of the Back Door

Last week, HP announced that running a Heartbleed vulnerability scan against its iLO and iLO2 lights-out management interfaces found in older blade and rack mount servers, can cause them to…

What does remote management really cost?

Comparing and calculating pricing to justify the purchase of a product is typically a matter of looking at the purchase price and offsetting this against the costs you are likely…

The Growing MSP: increasing revenues with infrastructure management

With falling margins on IT equipment sales, the channel has been increasingly focused on managed services revenues. Areas like managed firewalls,     business continuity and hosted applications have all…

Solutions for AVAYA™ Installs

Customers and Partners of Avaya have been met with challenge to monitor and manage both Avaya equipment and converged devices installed remotely at premise locations.  Converged devices are typically core switches…