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[ad_1] For 25 years, Progressive Computing has adapted to numerous industry innovations while providing vigilant and cost-effective information technology service to the needs of businesses in the New York City area and across the country. The company...

[ad_1] Software is eating networking, and it’s about time. Software-defined networking, network virtualization, software-hardware disaggregation, and intent-based networking are creating a nimbler network for multicloud. They’re changing the experience of networking end users and making new operating models possible. Traditional networking methods — like Multiprotocol Label Switching...

[ad_1] RESIDENTS are being encouraged to use eco-friendly products and shop from local suppliers. A local group organised an Ecofair and Repair cafe at Mold's Clubhouse over the weekend in a bid to promote sustainable living. A spokesman for Ecofair Mold...

[ad_1] CORAL GABLES, Fla., Sept. 03, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Geeks on Site has launched several new installation services to meet strong consumer demand for smart home technology.  The company’s highly trained, professional technicians are now available to install and service all of...

[ad_1] London, 3rd September 2019 - Logicalis Group, an international IT solutions and managed services provider, has acquired Cilnet, a Cisco systems integrator and managed services business, with presence in Lisbon, Porto and the Algarve, Portugal. With the acquisition Logicalis increases its Cisco technical expertise...

[ad_1] The American Council of Frame and Alignment Specialists (ACOFAS) recently held an alignment technician training clinic for shop owners and...

[ad_1] Key Takeaways   The benefits of chaos engineering. This process makes for more comprehensive and effective vulnerability testing, which ultimately benefits the customer. Is there a downside? Not really, unless you prefer to discover system weaknesses on the fly in the real world, which is not recommended. Overview...

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[ad_1] By Andrew Masuda for UCSB | September 1, 2019 | 3:22 p.m. At an ever-increasing rate, people around the world are turning to the cloud — a globally distributed computer network connected by the internet — to store, access and process their data....

[ad_1] CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Duke Energy today urged North Carolina and South Carolina customers to monitor and prepare for Hurricane Dorian – now a category 5 storm currently expected to impact the region...