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TAP Into Technology

Leading the Way in Network Technology

The Battle Of The Bandwidth

After an epic 15 year reign at number one, 10G tools begin their descent down the charts of network infrastructure, making way for the rise of “hot” 100G technology.  Iconic sensations like big data infrastructure and the explosion of bandwidth-intensive applications in large enterprises dropped the bass for 10G networking tools. Cisco, a preferred partner of Garland technology, released the Bidirectional 40G Fiber Connectivity, a real crowd-pleaser to help bandwidth accessibility.
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Network TAPs: The Ultimate Draft Pick for Your Security Defense Team

In every draft – whether it's fantasy or pro – the first pick is the most important. Often, it’s the foundation upon which the entire rest of the team is built. The same can be said for your security defense team. Firewalls, intrusion detection systems, web application filtering equipment, and other security appliances are all power players, but they need a strong foundation to function properly. That’s why a purpose-built network TAP should always be your first pick. Take a moment to review the stats and I’m sure you’ll agree too.
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The Importance of Network TAPs when Packet Capture is Mission Critical

on 5/30/19 8:00 AM By | Harry Berridge | 0 Comments | Network TAPs TAPs vs SPAN
The decision to use Network TAPs instead of relying on SPAN (mirror) ports can be the simplest, yet most important decision that must be answered for any network monitoring or security project. Case in point. The US Military knows the value Network TAPs provide, and that when it comes down to ensuring the effectiveness of a mission, TAPs are a must.
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3 Places to TAP Your Network

Now that we’ve gone over some reasons why you want to utilize network TAPs in your network, the next logical question that comes to mind is, Where do you TAP your network?
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SPAN WARS: Dropping packets in a network near you

on 5/2/19 8:00 AM By | Chris Bihary | 0 Comments | Network TAPs TAPs vs SPAN
You’ve been tasked with implementing a new performance monitoring tool in your network for advanced application layer visibility. After extensive research you’ve decided a Flowmon Probe is the best solution for your needs, allowing the monitoring of network performance, enhancing user experience, and optimizing MS SQL database performance.  Beyond that it will also deliver detailed information about who communications with whom, when, how long, how often, how much data has been sent, and much more information from L2 - L4.
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The 101 Series: Quick Connect Tips for Inline Security Appliances

on 4/11/19 8:00 AM By | Chris Bihary | 0 Comments | Network TAPs In Band Security Appliances The 101 Series
You just bought a brand new inline security appliance—a next-gen firewall, intrusion prevention system (IPS), data leakage prevention (DLP) system or web application firewall—and you’re ready to deploy it in your network. But then it sits in a box for months because you look at the network design and can’t decide where the new appliance will fit in. The whole point of an inline security appliance is to actively analyze every bit, byte and packet® you send to it—let’s go over the keys to connecting your new inline security appliance for optimal network access. 
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