Author: Mike Siegler, CEO

Mike Siegler has a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics, a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, and a Master of Science in the Management of Technology (MoT). He has worked in Engineering and Technology Development for the last 15 years at firms such as Digi International, Seagate Technology, Medtronic, General Electric and United Technologies. As Ecessa’s Vice President of Development and Technical Support at Ecessa Corporation, Mike enjoys improving wide area network performance for businesses of all sizes.

State of The Industry

Over the past several months I’ve attended conferences, spoken with industry leaders and listened to a lot of partners, all in an effort to get the pulse of our industry and the technology we rely on. As the CEO of Ecessa, this information helps me understand industry trends, customer realities and how best to meet… Read more »

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Benefits of Virtual Tunnel Interface – VTI – It’s Not Your Grandfather’s VPN

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Ecessa’s network engineers not only stay on top of developments in technology, they help lead them. VTI is one such breakthrough. Data security is in the crosshairs of most IT departments. As organizations move secure applications and sensitive data to the cloud, they need secure connections between their locations and the cloud application. Virtual Private… Read more »

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Digital Technologies are Transforming Healthcare With EHR

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Every aspect of the healthcare field is impacted by technology – from the explosion of mobile platforms to increasingly complex Electronic Health Record systems (EHRs). EHRs are a business-critical advance in technology for the healthcare industry and have led to remarkable successes in medical treatments and how daily care is delivered and monitored. Thanks to a greater and more… Read more »

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The State of the Industry

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Welcome to the New Year! As the new CEO of Ecessa I wanted to introduce myself. I joined Ecessa in 2014 serving as Vice President of Development and Support where I focused much of my time on software development and feature innovation. Subsequently, I became Chief Technology Officer, expanding on that technical role and helping… Read more »

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