Join Rutter at the 2015 Source Conference!

Rutter will be a gold sponsor at the 2015 Source Conference.  This conference is a two and event on May 27th & 28th and will take place at the Courtyard Marriot in Boston, MA.  The purpose of this conference is to bring the business and technical communities together to understand each other’s perspectives on the critical security problems that they face on a day to day basis.

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Rutter Networking Technologies awarded ITS53 contract!

Rutter Networking Technologies is pleased to announce that we have been recently chosen as an authorized vendor for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts ITS53 Solution Providers contract, specifically for system integration/networking and information security services. This contract was awarded by the Massachusetts Operational Services Division (OSD), who only allots a limited number of vendors to be on this contract.

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Is Your Business Ready For Cloud Backup Services?

For some, the thought of backing up their data into the cloud wouldn't even get a second thought. This is mainly because of their perceptions of the ‘cloud’ and the security concerns that come along with it. Many people don’t realize that utilizing the cloud can be more cost effective, and in many cases it will even be more secure. There are different variations of cloud solutions such as hosted or hybrid solutions.

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Assessing your BCDR plan

 Having a well thought out BCDR plan today has become an overlooked business necessity and major pain point. Knowing that your data and information is being properly backed up in the event of an accident or disaster is crucial to any IT department. What would happen to your company and your critical data in the event of a disaster such as a fire or flood? Would you lose business-critical information? These unforeseen disasters often leave companies crippled due to data loss.

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End of life for vSphere ESX Hypervisor 4.x and vMA 1.0/4.0

If you didn’t already know, as of August 15, 2013, VMware no longer offers the ability to download, downgrade, or generate license keys for vSphere ESX Hypervisor 4.x, and vMA 1.0/4.0. The End of Support Life date remains May 21, 2014. What does that mean for you and your infrastructure? This means that you need for move from vSphere ESX to vSphere ESXi.

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Rutter and Enterasys at Chelmsford Public Schools

Recently, Rutter Networking made headlines about a wireless project that took place at the Chelmsford Public K-12 School district. Rutter and partner Enterasys teamed up to build an updated network infrastructure that would bring Chelmsford Public Schools into a 21st century learning environment. With initiatives such as BYOD, cloud, virtualization and digital curriculum in mind, having a premiere wireless infrastructure in place was a necessity.

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What is BCDR?

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#RNTCHAT

In the coming weeks, Rutter Networking Technologies will begin conducting a series of web chats via Twitter. These chats will provide an open forum to discuss the latest trends in IT spanning across various topics like BYOD (Bring Your Own Device), BC/DR (Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery) and MDM (Mobile Device Management) just to name a few. Never joined a Twitter Chat before? No worries, we’ve got you covered. Just follow the instructions below!

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RSA Authentication Manager 8.0

Many companies have begun to make a shift toward a virtual environment. One of the main reasons that this is happening is the emerging effort to cut costs while still increasing efficiency. RSA’s new Authentication Manager 8.0 platform does just that, while deploying risk-based authentication along both hardware and software applications.

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Ask The Experts: Cisco UCS Blades

As part of Cisco’s Unified Computing System (UCS), they have developed UCS Blades to implement and improve overall efficiency. Many upper-level management purchase blade chassis with the realization that they will need to expand the chassis in the future, this is why the development of the Cisco UCS blades can be beneficial to any organization with this mindset. Simply put, Cisco’s UCS Blades allow you to install blades faster by allowing the blades to be installed in fewer steps than ever before.  With multiple enterprise deployments it allows customers to find the best fit for their business.

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