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Tim Allen - Networking Practice Manager

Tim Allen

Tim is a Networking Practice Manager at PC Connection with more than 24 years of experience in network professional services and administration and operations. In his free time, Tim enjoys many outdoor activities, especially skiing and hiking. 

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Articles by Tim Allen


Is Your Network Ready for Video?

A Traffic Assessment Can Help Prepare for the Future of Unified Communications

by Tim Allen | 05.26.15

Over the past decade, many organizations have scaled their networks to meet the demands of emerging, data-intensive technologies. Whether it's tracking geolocation data, analyzing customer feedback, or supporting increasing video traffic, many of these new technologies converge on a singular goal: to better serve customers and vendors with real time communication and information.

Tags:Video

Software Defined Networking

The Path to a More Cost-effective Infrastructure

by Tim Allen | 08.14.14

As cloud, mobility, and other trends create more complex architectures, networks must be able to adapt in terms of security, scalability, and manageability. Software-defined networking (SDN) is an ideal technology to simplify your infrastructure.

Tags:CloudMobilityNetworkingSecuritySoftware

BYOD Network of Devices and Applications

BYOD and Your Network

Are You Ready for a Flood of Devices?

by Tim Allen | 04.21.14

Is your network infrastructure ready for a BYOD initiative? If your network was designed and implemented five years ago or more, the answer is, unfortunately, probably not. When your network infrastructure was implemented, your team understood how many individuals would be accessing the network because you were controlling how many devices were handed out. With a BYOD strategy, you’re opening the door to many more devices—and many more applications being used on those devices. If you’re thinking about implementing BYOD at your organization, it’s time for your network strategy to evolve. 

Tags:BYODInfrastructureNetworking

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