Using Software-Defined Perimeters (SDP) to Protect the NBA Draft from Hackers

Don Boxley Jr | May 13, 2020

For the first time in history, the 2020 NFL Draft was held “virtually” this year. With the NFL, like the rest of the world, endeavoring to safely navigate the Coronavirus pandemic, the originally scheduled venue in Las Vegas was nixed in favor of having NFL teams make their selections from home via videoconferencing on April Read More…

A Message from Our CEO: Free Access to DxOdyssey Effective Immediately

Don Boxley Jr | March 18, 2020

The pandemic of COVID-19 has turned into a truly unprecedented event—significantly impacting all facets of our world in a way we never imagined. Appropriately, many organizations including our own have advised employees to work from home (WFH) indefinitely to avoid risk of infection and further spread of the virus. However, we know that accommodating this Read More…

Lamborghinis and Disaster Recovery – Don’t Skimp on the Details

Connor Cox | February 27, 2020

Picture this. Your friend just bought a ridiculously cool new Lamborghini—fully loaded with every gadget you can think of, and a sound system that will knock your socks off. Naturally, you are pumped to go for a ride. However, when you get there you learn that your friend decided to outfit their $1.3 million supercar Read More…

What to Expect at This Year’s RSA Conference USA

Connor Cox | February 5, 2020

RSA Conference Checklist Hundreds of exciting organizations and technologies on the expo floor Keynotes and other presentations from brilliant industry minds Hands-on trainings and interactive sessions to help tune your own skills Invaluable networking opportunities with excellent food and refreshments The beautiful backdrop of the San Francisco Bay Area Needless to say, RSA puts on Read More…

Edwin Sarmiento Talks SQL Server HA on Linux: Full Q&A Write-Up

Josh Achtemeier | January 30, 2020

Many thanks to all who joined us for our webinar this week, “Edwin Sarmiento Presents: High Availability Options for SQL Server on Linux.” We’ve had the privilege of having SQL Server MCM and Data Platform MVP, Edwin Sarmiento, join us for several webinars over the past years, but this was the first time we got Read More…

A Bona Fide SQL Server Wizard Will Be in Our Midst Very Soon

Connor Cox | January 22, 2020

We’re aiming to get 2020 started off with some unique content right off the bat, so our good friend Edwin Sarmiento will be joining me for our first webinar of the New Year. Edwin has been a SQL Server MCM and Data Platform MVP for many years, and is one of the IT industry’s leading Read More…

Working From Home: It’s Not All Rainbows and Pajamas

Lauren Hawes | January 13, 2020

You’re telling me I have a private bathroom, a full kitchen stocked with all my favorite foods, and I can work ALL DAY in my pajamas if I want to!? What was once a perk offered by only the most hip and trendy organizations is now commonplace in 2020. More people than ever before are Read More…

Capping off the Decade with a Bang: DH2i’s 2019 Accomplishments

Connor Cox | January 9, 2020

We have officially closed out the decade in which DH2i was founded. So many incredible things have happened over the course of DH2i’s life since its inception in 2010. Perhaps most notably, the past couple years have seen a significant diversification in the software offerings of our organization. Along with continuing to offer our battle-tested Read More…

If It Ain’t Broke, Don’t Fix It: Unless It’s Your Network Perimeter

Lauren Hawes | December 17, 2019

“If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” It’s a timeless proverb that can be cost-effectively applied to many aspects of our consumerist culture. However, there are some things in this world where it pays to be a little more proactive—one of which is perimeter security for your organization. Any IT pro worth his or her Read More…

SQL Server on Linux HA: What Distinguishes DxEnterprise & Pacemaker?

Connor Cox | December 11, 2019

The year 2020 is right around the corner, and we’ve observed an especially prevalent new year’s resolution among the IT community. Everyone is thinking about heading to SQL Server on Linux! It’s true; we’re really beginning to cross the threshold to mass adoption. While the new platform brings along some inherent differences, one thing definitely Read More…

Chasing the IT Unicorn: Comprehensive DR at an Affordable Price

Lauren Hawes | December 4, 2019

It’s definitely a bit of an IT unicorn—an organization that is totally satisfied and confident with its Disaster Recovery (DR) strategy, technology, and associated price tag. Most IT pros we have spoken to align more with thoughts like: How the heck do I get DR without spending a fortune? Do organizations think about the management Read More…