Tag: failover

Busted WAN Optimization Myths & The Truth About Optimizing Your Network

Network performance can be a troubling and mysterious burden placed on the shoulders of IT administrators. When seeking information, there are conflicting reports about what is and isn’t necessary for optimal performance.

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Internet Outages In Schools Give Districts a Failing Grade

schools get failing connectivity grade

Internet outages do more than inconvenience school districts. For many, they disrupt class curriculum, halt testing, disrupt parent communications and make homework inaccessible. With so much learning moving online, schools can’t afford to lose connectivity.

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More Cut Cables Cause Communication Outages in Nevada, Washington

cut cables cause century link communication outage

A construction crew accidentally cut a fiber optic cables new Las Vega, leaving CenturyLink customers without service. Outages affect phones (including 911 calls), Internet access and store purchases They cost businesses thousands of dollars in lost productivity and revenue and also damage reputations.

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Oops, They Did it Again: Cut Fiber Optic Cable Causes Communication Outage

damaged fiber optic cable

On September 15, a contractor in the heart of Missouri damaged a fiber optic cable that left 100,000 residents and businesses without phone or data services. Companies depend on the Internet for daily operations. When the Internet isn’t accessible, neither are cloud-based, mission critical business applications. See how to prepare for inevitable communication outages.

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