No WiFi, No Power, No Problem – Nick’s Notes From The Road

No WiFi, No Power, No Problem – Nick’s Notes From The Road

NICK’S NOTES FROM THE ROAD Earlier this year, I was called in to assist a prospect customer to do a live event outside of Toronto. From the initial calls, it was fairly obvious that this life insurance company was new to streaming. Getting started in the...
Are Distribution Points Holding Your Remote Offices Back?

Are Distribution Points Holding Your Remote Offices Back?

When it comes to large, distributed enterprises like retailers or banks, every location has its own data challenges to overcome. Tier 1 locations, like a global headquarters, can have thousands of employees in one building, while some large corporate campuses may...
3 Roadblocks Keeping You From Corporate Video Success

3 Roadblocks Keeping You From Corporate Video Success

When it comes to enterprise video, internal communications teams always begin with the best of intentions. They envision live video being used to connect corporate leaders with offices around the world so the CEO can deliver her vision live instead over email. Or...
Is your content delivery solution content agnostic?

Is your content delivery solution content agnostic?

At first glance, the challenges between delivering video content and delivering software content couldn’t be more different. With video, dropped data packets and network delay can lead to significant performance problems such as stalling and buffering. While these...
Are Your Software Patches Keeping Up With Your SLAs?

Are Your Software Patches Keeping Up With Your SLAs?

If you’ve seen the headlines in the last year, then you know that unpatched software is responsible for some of the most damaging cyberattacks companies face. In fact, according to a recent study by ServiceNow, nearly 60% of organizations that suffered a data breach...
Why Network Analytics is the Key to Digital Transformation

Why Network Analytics is the Key to Digital Transformation

Think about your average town. Its roads, freeways and neighborhoods were slowly built up over years or even decades to handle the natural, steady growth of its population. Now imagine an unexpected population boom thanks to a new industry, newly discovered natural...