2019-09-24T05:23:18-06:00 September 24th, 2019|
How AI Technologies Can Assist You With Post-Disaster Business Continuity AI technology has undoubtedly become an integral part of most business operations today. It has become a boon for business owners as AI has made
Harnessing the Power of Machine Learning in Inventory Management Machine learning and inventory management are two powerful entities that exist in the world today. While inventory management has always been a critical component of any
Network Documentation Best Practices Network Documentation is a very powerful process to implement in your network environment. Here we list out the network documentation best practices so that you have a better idea
BackBox is the Platinum Sponsor of SKO 20 We are headed to Las-Vegas, NV Aug 19-22 for Palo Alto Networks SKO20. We will be set up at our booth with lots of new things to share! Come Join the Revolution!
New Trends in Disaster Recovery Technology Recovery Technology is rapidly evolving and New Trends are evolving with it. Organizations' hardware and software networks are constantly growing and evolving. New components are rapidly added and integrated into
AI Developments for Network Health Almost every big or small organization today depends largely on its network performance. A healthy and secure network is the key to a successful organization now. Many industry insiders say
BackBox received the "Most Outstanding Automation Platform 2019" Award BackBox, Committed to Delivering Excellence - was awarded the "Most Outstanding Automation Platform 2019 - USA" in 2019 Corporate Excellence category by CV Magazine. Drawing on more than 10 years'
2019-07-17T08:42:52-06:00 July 8th, 2019|
Network Automation Trends for 2019 Routine network and security tasks when automated become much faster, less prone to errors, and require less downtime. With network automation becoming a crucial part of running a business, technology is
Task Automation Trends for 2019 With every network, there are tasks that have to be performed. In a manual system, the tasks will have to be performed individually for every device on the network. For example,