Cloud Security

Cloud Security Concerns Finally Fading in C-Suite

Brett Harney Cloud

Cloud adoption has been plagued with concerns about security since its inception. It’s one of the most common objections we hear. As network experts, we’ve been confident that the public would eventually see it our way. Cloud computing is incredibly safe, often more so than on-premise hosting. Businesses have been using the cloud for pieces of their operations, like email, HR, …


Cloudshift and Bandwidth: Is Your Network Ready?

Brett Harney Bandwidth management, BYOD, Cloud, Internet of Things, Network Performance

Cloudshift is occurring across all categories of business from single applications to total cloud solutions. It’s not surprising. The cloud delivers scalability, mobility, redundancy, and security all at a lower cost over traditional network cores. But, shifting to the cloud isn’t as simple as flipping a switch and all your data and operations just work seamlessly.  You need to consider …

Network Monitoring

Facing a Cloud DDoS Attack Head-On with Monitoring

Brett Harney Network Performance

One of the greatest benefits of cloud computing is availability of service. You want to be able to access your data anytime and anyplace. One of the older security threats to service availability is a DoS attack, or Denial of Service. This type of attack floods your network with communication requests and ultimately blocks legitimate users from accessing it. The …

Cloud Computing

2017: The Cloud Takes Business By Storm

Brett Harney Cloud

We have been long-time proponents of cloud computing because we know all the power it holds, and the benefits it offers – increased security, decreased downtime, enabling a mobile workforce, and reducing hardware and maintenance costs to name a few. For the last couple years, businesses have been dipping their toes into Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) to test the waters; adopting variations of the …