Posted by Daniel Waldron on March 2nd, 2015
Posted by Daniel Waldron on February 24th, 2015
Unsynchronised clocks are a network security hazard and, believe it or not, time discrepancies can lead to major breaches, causing untold disruption. What are the problems that can arise and how do you maintain time synchronisation? Find out here…
Posted by Daniel Waldron on February 9th, 2015
Synchronising time across a network is fraught with security risks and Network Time Protocol is a target for exploitation. However, NTP has a way of stopping hackers from messing with your network’s time synchronisation. Discover secure authentication and the role it plays in protecting NTP.
Posted by Daniel Waldron on February 4th, 2015
‘Time is money’ in business, right? Inaccurate time could be silently killing your company. Network Time Protocol (NTP) is the prevention. Discover how Network Time Servers can save your organisation valuable minutes & money.
Posted by Daniel Waldron on November 24th, 2014
Using network time protocol? Here are 6 essential facts you need to know about NTP time so that you can get the best from it.
Posted by Daniel Waldron on November 17th, 2014
Ever wondered what the difference is between NTP and SNTP? Want to know why you should choose one over the other? You’ll find the answers to these, and other questions, right here.
Posted by Daniel Waldron on November 10th, 2014
An in-depth insight into stratum levels and their connection with Network Time Protocol (NTP).
Posted by Daniel Waldron on June 9th, 2014
The importance of Network Time Protocol (NTP) is often underestimated, yet critical systems rely on it every day to function properly. Discover the 5 reasons why your computer network needs NTP.
Posted by Daniel Waldron on May 12th, 2014
Why is everyone raving about NTP? Because accurate time can safeguard your computer network and improve business efficiency. Discover six valid reasons for NTP time server use.
Posted by Daniel Waldron on May 6th, 2014
Accurate time specialists, Galleon Systems, assess the implications of NIST’s new atomic clock.
NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) has revealed a new atomic clock, claiming that it has the capability to maintain accurate time for the next 300 million years.