Vology’s Read Club | September’s Top Blog Posts

Well, hello, October! It’s finally beginning to feel like fall. In September, Irma caused widespread damage throughout the Carribean and Florida. Apple finally revealed iPhone X, featuring an all-screen design. Facebook revealed users in crucial swing states saw political ads linked to the Russian government. As we near the end of the year, let’s review Vology’s five most viewed blog posts from September.

Redundancy vs Resilency

Failure to fully understand redundancy and resiliency is the basis of every network outage and performance issue.  In this blog post, a simple example illustrates simple redundancy via two devices, systems or fiber optic cable does not always result in resiliency.

Stacking vs Chassis Access Switch Solutions

So you’ve exceeded the capacity of small fixed configuration switches. The decisions you make now are going to affect what options you have in the future. Will you go with non-stacking or stacking switches? Or does a modular chassis solution make more sense? In this blog, we weigh the pros and cons of each option.

Fibre Channel vs iSCSI

Fibre Channel or iSCSI? It’s understandably one of the most disputed subjects in storage. Vology recommends going with iSCSI. In this post, you’ll find out why as we debunk a few of the biggest myths dominating this debate.

Post-Natural Disaster Considerations for IT Departments

No matter how well-prepared you think you are for a potential disruption to your IT network, you’re bound to forget something. In this blog, we discuss the five critical things companies should consider after a natural disaster.

Hope for the Best, Plan for the Worst with Disaster Recovery

A disaster recovery plan is a must for your business, no matter the size. As many companies in Florida discovered last month with Irma, a well-established DR plan can reduce costly downtime. In this blog post, we highlight the five major trends that will play a crucial role in determining your disaster recovery strategy.

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