So far 2014 has shown that it has lots in store for technology professionals, including some rapid job growth in the IT industry according to a recent report.
So much in your organization revolves around your network, so it makes sense that downtime comes with a high price tag—as much up to $7,900 per minute by some estimates. It makes sense to do all you can to maintain uptime and keep the data center going strong, including investing in the right hardware.
Or... How Selling Your Used Network Hardware Smartly Can Save You Lots of Money and Let You Do Much More With Less
In a recent study two Cisco Nexus switches perform well...but are they right for you?
CXtec is proud to be a presenting sponsor of the 10th Annual NY Tech Summit
So What is NY Tech Summit?
In short, it is a place for technology vendors and industry experts to gather and share their collective knowledge about the progress of your industry. But really it is much more than that.
You wouldn’t by a car without checking under the hood and taking it for a test-drive. This saying applies to almost any aspect of life, and when taking care of your network, there should be no exception made. So, it's important that you approach IT and technology in a smart way...
IT budgets are tight and it seems that data center needs and available technologies shift daily. When it’s time for an upgrade or a change to the network, what kind of equipment do you choose?
There’s a danger in the data center that poses a real threat to your expensive network equipment: electrostatic discharge (ESD). When two surfaces come together and create a spark, the electrostatic charge created can cause serious damage to sensitive electronic components.
In fact, up to 60% of device failures are ESD related
Nobody wants to earn the title of Scrooge. Sure...we get it. Budgets are tight. Everyone wants the numbers to be good. So, it's always important to be mindful of costs. But it's possible to get the best of both worlds.
When trying to decide what to do with your budget at the end of the year, here are some practical ideas that you can use to improve the day to day operations of some of your most important workers: your IT staff.
It pros all over are seeing budgets get smaller, yet are being asked to do more with less. Consider reducing your hardware costs with pre-owned Nortel switches.
Right now, shrinking IT budgets are causing major headaches for companies across the world. As the costs of information technology (and downtime) skyrockets, many companies are now at a loss trying to figure out how to piece together datacenters and maintain operational efficiency.
As our way of saying thanks, we’re offering some amazing deals on our equal2new® certified pre-owned networking and voice hardware.
CXtec held its Toronto Road Show where IT pros were hosted to a day of learning and fun. The event was held at the CN Tower and covered two valuable topics.
It’s time to clean house and get money for your surplus network hardware. Here’s a question. Why are you hanging on to that used network hardware?
Cisco has increased prices of Cisco Cayalyst switches by up to 67%. Learn why they did it and how can you avoid these new higher costs.
Here are some common misconceptions surrounding the use of fiber cables.
It’s been a busy month at Cisco filled with exciting new products and growth. Have you been out of the loop? If so, here is a recap at what the tech giant has been up to recently.
We can’t help but get all excited about bacon, as you probably know from our previous posts here, here and here. So when we learned that the Saturday before Labor Day is known as International Bacon Day we just couldn’t help but start drooling. We decided to have a little contest and ask our customers what their favorite bacon recipe is.
Most of the attention surrounding the recent slew of Internet outages across Europe have been attributed to deliberate attacks from computer hackers. In fact, cyber attacks have accounted for only 20 percent of all outages in 2012. There is another culprit that has actually caused even more damage, and that is network hardware failure.