Tag: Disaster Recovery

broadbandBusinessUCvoip

The View from My Window is All White #uksnow #voip

By: Trefor Davies | Thursday, 2 December, 2010

With snow being today’s theme I thought I’d stick some pictures up.  The header photo (click to enlarge) is the view from my upstairs landing window into our back garden.  The kids were off yesterday and trashed the pristine snow. I was chairing a panel session at the ISPA conference in London.  The show must go on. The conference was...

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Businessvoip

Newark Telephone Exchange Loss of Service

By: Trefor Davies | Wednesday, 22 April, 2009

The Newark telephone exchange suffered an outage today and quite a number of analog lines and ADSLs were down as a result. Fortunately Timico has a network strategy that incorporates multiple types of connectivity specifically to provide resilience when outages like this happen. It did prompt me to check out how often BT has problems at an exchange and...

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Businesssecurityvoip

Disaster recovery in action – Timico style

By: Trefor Davies | Monday, 28 July, 2008

It’s not very often I get excited about an ISDN line going down. This is what happened today at Timico Headquarters in Newark. Apparently becausewe are currently going through normal summer weather (that’s normal hot not normal British wet) the BT telephone exchange in Newark began to overheat. The BT response to this was to switch off some kit...

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AppsBusinessstorage backup & dr

Voodoo Engineering and Knowledge Base Software

By: Trefor Davies | Monday, 9 June, 2008

No “black magic” shaman under employ can beat the benefits of information sharing via knowledge base software. One of our sys admins when asked what he did to fix a technical problem would always say “voodoo”, giving the impression that it was all black magic. This might have raised a laugh, but in actual fact it wasn’t very helpful...

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broadbandBusiness

Multi-Site Broadband VPN Deployments

By: Trefor Davies | Wednesday, 4 June, 2008

If your company is deploying multi-site broadband VPNs you need to consider using a L2TP Private Wide Area Network. A PWAN employs Virtual Route Forwarding to offer complete security over a shared MPLS backbone.   The beauty of this approach is that you don’t need expensive MPLS connections – an ADSL line will do which can be a very...

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Engineervoip

SIP trunks as part of a DR plan

By: Trefor Davies | Monday, 2 June, 2008

DR is a hot topic these days as more and more firms rely on data that is not stored as hard copy. Virtual Servers are a great way of implementing a DR strategy for a business.   Another area that is gaining ground is in the use of SIP Trunks as part of a DR plan. Rather than completely...

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    Tag: Disaster Recovery

    broadbandBusinessUCvoip

    The View from My Window is All White #uksnow #voip

    By: Trefor Davies | Thursday, 2 December, 2010

    With snow being today’s theme I thought I’d stick some pictures up.  The header photo (click to enlarge) is the view from my upstairs landing window into our back garden.  The kids were off yesterday and trashed the pristine snow. I was chairing a panel session at the ISPA conference in London.  The show must go on. The conference was...

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    Businessvoip

    Newark Telephone Exchange Loss of Service

    By: Trefor Davies | Wednesday, 22 April, 2009

    The Newark telephone exchange suffered an outage today and quite a number of analog lines and ADSLs were down as a result. Fortunately Timico has a network strategy that incorporates multiple types of connectivity specifically to provide resilience when outages like this happen. It did prompt me to check out how often BT has problems at an exchange and...

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    Businesssecurityvoip

    Disaster recovery in action – Timico style

    By: Trefor Davies | Monday, 28 July, 2008

    It’s not very often I get excited about an ISDN line going down. This is what happened today at Timico Headquarters in Newark. Apparently becausewe are currently going through normal summer weather (that’s normal hot not normal British wet) the BT telephone exchange in Newark began to overheat. The BT response to this was to switch off some kit...

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    AppsBusinessstorage backup & dr

    Voodoo Engineering and Knowledge Base Software

    By: Trefor Davies | Monday, 9 June, 2008

    No “black magic” shaman under employ can beat the benefits of information sharing via knowledge base software. One of our sys admins when asked what he did to fix a technical problem would always say “voodoo”, giving the impression that it was all black magic. This might have raised a laugh, but in actual fact it wasn’t very helpful...

    0
    broadbandBusiness

    Multi-Site Broadband VPN Deployments

    By: Trefor Davies | Wednesday, 4 June, 2008

    If your company is deploying multi-site broadband VPNs you need to consider using a L2TP Private Wide Area Network. A PWAN employs Virtual Route Forwarding to offer complete security over a shared MPLS backbone.   The beauty of this approach is that you don’t need expensive MPLS connections – an ADSL line will do which can be a very...

    0
    Engineervoip

    SIP trunks as part of a DR plan

    By: Trefor Davies | Monday, 2 June, 2008

    DR is a hot topic these days as more and more firms rely on data that is not stored as hard copy. Virtual Servers are a great way of implementing a DR strategy for a business.   Another area that is gaining ground is in the use of SIP Trunks as part of a DR plan. Rather than completely...

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