The Uplogix Blog: Beyond Out-of-Band

Recent TechTimes Article Outlines the Advantages of Uplogix' Technology for Enterprise Networks

By | June 23rd, 2021

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Networks are becoming more critical to the enterprise and are increasingly complicated. Today the network and those managing it have to support new demands on business like employees split between working at home and starting to come back into the office. With more of the work we all do every day[...]

Out-of-Band Management Key Design Principles

By | June 15th, 2021

As enterprise networks become highly complex combined with an increasing expectation of little or no downtime, organizations are implementing out-of-band network management to have access to assets even when networks are failing.

Uplogix CEO Talks About How A.I. Information Technology is Impacting Enterprise Networks

By | June 8th, 2021

Uplogix CEO, Lisa Frankovitch, shares with AI Machine Learning & Tech Brief how Uplogix eliminates downtime and margins of human error when used for network troubleshooting.

How Network Management Automation Improves Out-of-Band Management

By | June 4th, 2021

The role of the technology executive has changed over the past several years, and now those executives are being asked to devote more time and budget to higher-level business initiatives. A report published last year found that 83% of nearly 200 IT executives surveyed at large firms across various industries said[...]

CEO of Uplogix, Lisa Frankovitch, interviewed on the Future of IT Management

By | May 28th, 2021

 

Lisa Frankovitch shares the growing importance of network automation, her adventures before Uplogix, the meaning behind the Uplogix name, and more in her latest feature on Grit Daily.

Out-of-Band Management: Best Practices in Government Networks

By | May 26th, 2021

Network security is a constant challenge for federal agencies and the military. Add on providing high service levels at remote locations—whether it’s a lights-out data center, a regional office, or a remote battlefield—made tougher by the lack of onsite IT support staff to monitor, troubleshoot and fix network[...]