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Veterans Day 2022

Network Computer Solutions is proud to recognize our United States Armed Forces Veterans. Pictured to your right, top to bottom, help us thank: Dakota Crider, John Hutchinson, Tristan Peterson, and James Poland for their service. We collected a few facts from an article in Reader’s Digest that you may not know! Veterans Day didn’t become a federal holiday until 1938. Veterans Day was originally called Armistice Day, it wasn’t until President Eisenhower changed the name in 1954 to honor all veterans as opposed to just those in World…



BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) is a great opportunity and challenge for businesses. With the right approach to identifying BYOD risks and developing effective BYOD policies, you can take advantage of BYOD without adding significant risks. A BYOD security policy is required if the company allows employees to use their computing devices for work, such as smartphones, tablets, and notebooks. Initially, employees at work used only equipment provided by the company. Today, smartphones and tablets are widespread in the consumer market, with almost all employees working on devices…


Traffic Management With QoS:

Before we hit the ground running, we need to understand what QoS is. Quality of Service (QoS) is a set of technologies that work on a network to control traffic and ensure performance for high-priority applications. QoS is often utilized to prioritize traffic for applications or services for VoIP (Voice/Phone traffic) or Video conference applications like Zoom and Microsoft Teams. But how does that work?  QoS networking technology works by marking internet packets to identify the service type or protocol in use by the application, then configuring routers and…


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