A network operations room, or NOC, is the heartbeat of the network, which means it is a high priority facility. That’s true whether the NOC is part of a business, a utility company, the government, the military or any other institution that has a network to manage. And by high priority, this means that resources must be dedicated to the NOC to ensure it operates as smoothly as possible. Continue reading “5 Pieces Of Technology Every Network Operations Room Should Have”
A network operations room, or NOC, is a command center, responsible for overseeing an entire network and troubleshooting any service interruptions or incidents that emerge. Companies, universities, government institutions and public utilities now rely on their networks more than ever, which means they rely on their NOCs more than ever. As networks are finicky beasts and service interruptions can mean a staggering loss of fiscal or temporal resources, it pays to invest into an NOC. And by investing, this means ensuring the NOC is armed with superior A/V technology. Continue reading “Four Ways A Network Operations Room Can Benefit From A/V Technology”
It took an integration of humans and machines at Mission Control to get Apollo 13 safely back to earth. Yes, a little exaggerated, but that’s the essence of a Network Operations Center (NOC).
A Network Operations Center is too important to fail. At Nasa, you can ‘scrub’ a launch for a variety of reasons beforehand, however, once it’s in flight, you can’t. Your business or agency is a 24/7 live, breathing and functioning operation. Your credibility and reputation are always on the line and need to be online, up and running and operational. Continue reading “Setting Up A Network Operations Center”
A network operations center, or NOC, is like a company’s nervous system, overseeing the performance and health of a telecommunication network at all times of the day. Not every business needs NOC support, but those that do need it will be at serious risk if they go without it. Continue reading “Understanding How A Network Operations Center Works”