Network Time Protocol … You care about it because it keeps your clocks synchronised. But lately, new internet Network Time Protocol attacks continue to expose its weaknesses. Does it worry you? If not, it should. Now’s the time to learn how to future proof your business against such threats.
Schools are increasingly being targeted by DDoS attacks [Distributed Denial of Service] to the point where access to the internet or computer resources is completely restricted.
How can schools combat this growing problem? A network time server could help to ease attacks.
If you weren’t aware, there will be an additional leap second occurring on June 30, 2015. Is your NTP time server prepared? Galleon Systems answers some of the frequently asked questions about the upcoming leap second.
Why should I buy a dedicated NTP time server when I can access one for free on the internet? A good question, and usually a decisive one when it comes to making a decision about time synchronisation for your business. However, 3000+ customers use Galleon time servers. Let us explain why….
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…
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.
An in-depth insight into stratum levels and their connection with Network Time Protocol (NTP).
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.
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.