Checking Your Network’s Plumbing: Why You Need to Monitor Bandwidth

Checking Your Network’s Plumbing: Why You Need to Monitor Bandwidth

Everyone and everything in our modern connected world uses bandwidth. The pipes are now far bigger than the old 56kbps dial-up speeds most of the world endured once upon a time, so bandwidth is usually not seen as an issue by the vast majority of network users. Well, not until there’s a problem, that is.

Are Disruptive Technologies Making Bandwidth Monitoring More Important?

Are Disruptive Technologies Making Bandwidth Monitoring More Important?

As a former cubicle-based drone, I can readily identify with the bandwidth problems faced by users, with slowdowns and interruptions suffered for a variety of reasons, whether it is essential backups best run after-hours, problems with new security patches or updates, failing hardware or streaming video addicts.