Properly Safeguarding Distributed Internet of Things Networks

Don Boxley Jr | August 20, 2019

Aside from the internet itself, The Internet of Things has the potential to become the most transformative technological application of our times. Conservative estimates indicate it will encompass approximately 30 billion devices in the next couple years, more than half of which will include machine to machine communication. With each of those smart devices connected Read More…

We’re Not Cave Dwellers Anymore: It’s Time to Get Smart About Availability

Lauren Hawes | August 13, 2019

Living in a cave—despite the amenities it deprives you of—can still be considered doable. Fortunately, most of us have seen the light (pun intended) and embraced the amazing offerings of a technologically advanced reality. While traditional high availability solutions seem to be enough to get by today, the future is quickly trending towards something “smarter.” Read More…

Our Side of the Story: How DxOdyssey Mitigates the Vulnerabilities of VPN

Connor Cox | July 30, 2019

VPN is on an unstoppable path towards obsolescence—between the physical infrastructure limitations and the serious vulnerabilities it poses in a cloud-centric world, evolution needs to happen for organizations’ perimeters to remain secure. We’re a little biased, but DxOdyssey is a great solution for perimeter security in today’s world. So on a more granular level, what Read More…

Redefine SQL Server HA by Prioritizing Simplified Management

Lauren Hawes | July 25, 2019

It’s a sick joke—you’ve been put on the highway with a steering wheel that’s so hard to move you can barely control yourself at all… High availability is absolutely imperative for organizations today, but Microsoft and other clustering providers seem to have built their products with an utter disregard for the day-to-day management experience. In Read More…

Q&A Recap from Our First Ever DxConnect Webinar

Lauren Hawes | July 19, 2019

Huzzah! About a month after the grand unveiling of DxConnect, we have now hosted our first webinar presentation covering the topic. We’ve listed all the questions that were asked and the answers Connor provided below. I highly encourage you to click through and view the PDF in question #8. That comprises a lot of the Read More…

Overcoming the Dangers of Virtual Private Networks

Don Boxley Jr | July 11, 2019

Most consumers regard Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) as a credible means of securing their data transmissions and overall privacy. Few realize VPNs were initially designed to provide these benefits for on-premise settings, offering only limited efficacy on the assortment of mobile, hybrid cloud, and multi-cloud technologies commonly used today. In fact, in these environments it’s Read More…

Stupid Easy and Wicked Secure: Watch Our New DxConnect Demo Video

Lauren Hawes | July 2, 2019

Geico talks about its insurance being “So easy a caveman can do it.” Now, sure enough—we believe cavemen have the capability to establish secure micro-tunnels between main site resources and remote users as well. With our new DxConnect (DxC) software, DH2i has prioritized a simplistic management experience, as well as bulletproof network security that will Read More…

DxConnect is a Hit: Check Out What Industry Experts are Saying

Lauren Hawes | June 26, 2019

DxConnect has garnered a lot of attention since its release last week, and we think that is a big reflection on where the industry is headed. Organizations are coming to grips with the dangerous vulnerabilities of traditional network connectivity solutions and are looking to innovate. DxConnect completes DH2i’s zero trust security story, and we’re very Read More…

DH2i Continuing to Diversify Portfolio with Release of DxConnect

Lauren Hawes | June 18, 2019

The day has finally arrived! The team at DH2i is extremely excited to release its newest software offering, DxConnect. DxConnect has set out to redefine how secure network connectivity is accomplished between remote users and main site resources. It utilizes the state-of-the-art software defined perimeter tunneling technology of DxOdyssey, and is specifically designed to ensure Read More…

Warning: These Cyber Security Statistics are Not for the Faint of Heart

Connor Cox | June 11, 2019

$6 trillion. According to Cybersecurity Ventures, that is what cybercrime will cost the world by 2021—annually… As they put more poetically, this will represent “The greatest transfer of economic wealth in history.” The following is a short compilation of some of the wildest statistics we pulled from the article. We highly encourage you to take Read More…