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5 ways to tailor your wireless LAN Service

Posted by Sean Paxton | 29 Apr 2016, 16:24 PM

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Public space WiFi, while adequate for the job it is required for, is essentially a limited product. For most enterprises there is the need for more than just a vanilla solution for their wireless requirements and with that comes the importance of the managed service provider. This blog looks at the key elements your business should consider when looking for a managed wireless solution and provider.

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Should Service Providers offering Managed Firewalls include UTM capability as default?

Posted by Sean Paxton | 19 May 2015, 11:59 AM

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Following a recent hack attack by religious extremists on the website of a small innocuous pub in rural England, Sean Paxton explains why the cost of corporate security is a price that is well worth paying regardless of the size or profile of your business.

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Firewalls: to manage or not to manage – that is the question

Posted by Sean Paxton | 25 Mar 2015, 14:05 PM

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While most organisations accept they require the protection provided by next-generation firewalls, some may be confused over whether they should purchase, install and manage their firewall or turn to an expert to manage the next generation firewall on their behalf. Redcentric's Sean Paxton details the options to help you make the decision on whether to go with a managed firewall or the unmanaged option.

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Networks of every flavour

Posted by Sean Paxton | 31 Jul 2014, 18:03 PM

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In his latest blog, Sean Paxton explains why managed network services should be treated as more than just an 'IT commodity' as well the importance of having a full and precise understanding of what the client requirements are.

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MPLS versus VPLS – confusion still reigns

Posted by Sean Paxton | 5 Jun 2014, 11:00 AM

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In this blog, Sean Paxton helps to clear up the confusion between managed MPLS and unmanaged VPLS.

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Safeguarding your business against telecom outages

Posted by Sean Paxton | 14 Jun 2013, 14:15 PM

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Sean Paxton, our Product Manager of Networks, reflects on what has already been a bad month for telecommunications outages. While accidents do happen, Sean discusses the importance of network resilience and open lines of communication in the face of downtime, offering tips on how to safeguard your business against the effects of such incidents.

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YouTube turns eight: how video took over

Posted by Sean Paxton | 30 Apr 2013, 14:52 PM

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Sean Paxton reflects on YouTube’s ever-growing popularity, discussing what this means for business networks. With more and more workers viewing business-related videos and rich media in the workplace, this additional bandwidth demand means IT departments must ensure sufficient network speeds and resilience.

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Lowering the price of FTTP does not address the real cost that’s stifling growth of high speed networks

Posted by Sean Paxton | 4 Mar 2013, 16:11 PM

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In January Openreach, the infrastructure delivery arm of BT, announced that it will slash the cost of FTTP wholesale fees by 37%. This means that Openreach customers will be charged £38 per month (rather than £60) to utilise the super fast fibre network and deliver it to people’s homes and offices from June 2013.

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A high speed network for a high speed city – and no, were not talking about trains

Posted by Sean Paxton | 27 Feb 2013, 16:20 PM

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Here at Redcentric, we’re constantly looking at ways to improve the service that we deliver to our customers. It’s no different for the users of our Cambridge Metro Network who continue to benefit from a high speed, resilient network that extends its reach to new parts of the city on a regular basis. Since the installation of the network in 2000, Redcentric has laid over 45 kilometres (28 miles) of fibre across Cambridge providing the high bandwidth and quality of connectivity that businesses in the city demand.

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