BYON? (Bring your own network?)

By | November 15th, 2012|Uncategorized|

Bring your own device has become a fairly established concept. But what's next? The network? Well, not quite. Cloud Services Providers, typically by taking advantage of virtualization, have made it easier than ever for Line of Business users to rapidly and inexpensively source computing infrastructure, storage, hosted development platforms and enterprise class business applications over [...]

Satellites, networking and really big boats

By | September 20th, 2012|Uncategorized|

The view this week at the Monaco Yacht Show. Uplogix might have “cut its teeth” in maritime VSAT in the energy industry with deployments on drilling platforms from the North Sea to the Gulf of Mexico to the Niger River delta and on the support vessels servicing them, but the value we bring to the [...]

How smart is your data center?

By | May 16th, 2012|Uncategorized|

One in five data centers are soaring at peak efficiency. A January 2012 global study of CIOs and IT managers by IBM concluded that only about one in five data centers have reached the peak of efficiency. How exactly do they define peak efficiency? Like many things -- it depends. For some data centers it [...]

Helping Managed Service Providers Manage

By | December 15th, 2011|Uncategorized|

Ensuring high availability and performance for customers with geographically distributed networks and multiple remote locations presents a number of unique management challenges for MSP staff. Since it’s not possible to be onsite everywhere, network device errors often require expensive support calls and drive missed SLAs. This is where the benefits of Local Management directly address [...]