NTP is an internet protocol that’s used to synchronise the clocks on computer networks to within a few milliseconds of universal coordinated time (UTC). It enables devices to request and receive UTC from a server that, in turn, receives precise time from an atomic clock.
If your organisation depends on accurate time, then mark the 6th April 2019 in your
diary – it’s GPS rollover week.
If your hardware isn’t compatible, you could end up with unsynchronised systems and devices that think it’s years in the past.
Here’s everything you need to know to keep things ticking
along in your business.