Security is becoming an even more significant challenge for IT managers, who have minimal or no control on the type of devices increasingly connecting to company Wi-Fi networks.
Today, five billion devices connect to corporate wireless networks. In the next five years, that number is expected to grow five times, reaching 25 billion devices.
Driving that growth are the practice of allowing employees to Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) such as a laptop, smartphone or tablet for work purposes, as well as the Internet of Things (IoT), the ever-growing network of devices that include internet connectivity.
Access Technologies, Inc., one of the leading technology integrators in the southwestern United States, announces a partnership with SureView Systems, a global provider of enterprise command center software.
SureView Systems will provide the Immix® Command Center (CC) software to Access Technologies’ clients in the government and utility sectors.
Access Technologies, Inc., one of New Mexico’s largest integrated technology companies, announces two recent staff changes to their Albuquerque office.
Tiffany Paleo has joined the company as an Administrative Assistant. She is studying for a BA in Business Administration from South University and is an Albuquerque native.
Meaghan Ocera has been promoted from Administrative Assistant to Service Coordinator.
Access Technologies, Inc. was again among the top computer networking companies in New Mexico, as named in the July 10, 2015 Albuquerque Business Weekly list.
The rank was determined by 2014 total revenue from sales in New Mexico. Access Technologies grew a position from the prior year, now listed as the eighth largest computer networking company.
This week a report from independent technology surveyors at BattleForTheNet have released a study that indicates that the top five internet service providers in the United States, which include AT&T, Time Warner, and Verizon, are slowing accessible internet speeds to some of the world's most trafficked websites. This revelation comes in the wake of the Federal Communications Commission development of new rules meant to protect “net neutrality,” or the axiom that all data online should be equal. Access Technologies has been delivering uncompromised internet access to New Mexico and the surrounding states for the past decade, and have long held the conviction that our clients should receive the fastest and most secure technology systems regardless of current political and economic trends in the field.
Regardless of who is providing them, wireless services hang on the availability of spectrum. What is the spectrum? In short, it is a set of licensed radio airwaves that allow us to share mobile data, from family pictures to internet memes with one another in the matter of seconds. For years a major point of contention among wireless service providers has been the limited availability of spectrum available for purchase in order to meet the absolutely critical and growing demand for data. Access Technologies eliminates much of the hassle for regional business, organizations, and government by providing wireless licensing, installation, path analysis, and more- not to mention comprehensive management and monitoring of the health of your slice of the spectrum.
At the end of May, famed venture capitalist and Wall Street securities analyst Mary Meeker gave her annual “State of the Internet” Report to a room full of eager listeners from tech and marketing industries around the world. Consistently voted as one of the most powerful women in the world by Forbes, and widely respected for her measured analysis of trends in the technology sector, Meeker's yearly address is always much anticipated. Always looking to the future, the staff of Access Technologies was eager to hear Meeker's take on the year so far in internet development.