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Author: Amy Gregory, Product Marketing Director

Amy Gregory, Product Marketing Director

Amy Gregory, Product Marketing Director
Amy started her career as a technical writer for an ISP, writing across their technology portfolio. She's been with OneNeck for the past 12 years in marketing and sales enablement roles, and for the past five years as the Director of Product Marketing. Amy leads OneNeck's marketing messaging and content strategy, and closely aligns her efforts with OneNeck's technical experts across the OneNeck portfolio.
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Recent Posts by Amy Gregory, Product Marketing Director

June 18, 2019 | IT Hardware

Wi-Fi 6 is here. Now what?

There’s no denying it – the wireless network is the primary way we connect to the digital world. In fact, it’s so big, that traffic from wireless and mobile devices will account for 71% of total IP traffic by 2022, according to Cisco's Forecast and Trends for 2017-2022. But behind that wireless network is a mesh of complex technology, which to...

April 30, 2019 | Cloud

The Ingredients of a Well-Architected Cloud

There are a lot of opinions to be had about what goes into a solidly-architected cloud. But with so many considerations around reliability, performance and security, too many options can get overwhelming. So, I thought I’d ask one of our resident...

April 24, 2019 | Cloud & Hosting Solutions

APM vs. NPM - What's the Difference?

Two terms that get thrown around a lot in our industry are APM and NPM, and it seems they are often interchanged (or confused). So, what is the difference between APM (Application Performance Monitoring) and NPM (Network Performance Monitoring)?

March 19, 2019 | Digital Transformation

Thrive vs. Survive the Data Onslaught

The importance of data in not only business but our day-to-day lives continues to grow – no one is arguing that. But the pace at which it’s growing is mind-blowing. In a recent study sponsored by Seagate Technology, IDC forecasted that the global...

February 14, 2019 | Managed Services

Is it Time to Show Your Applications Some Love?

As a consumer, we utilize applications on a daily basis. How many times have you found yourself asking, “There’s got to be an app for that?” It’s quite simply the expectation in today’s app-centric world. And when an app doesn’t function the way...

January 15, 2019 | Security

What can a vCISO do for your organization?

Organizations, big or small, are all grappling with combating the onslaught of security attacks, making security a top priority for today’s IT teams in every vertical. As Forbes so broadly states, “Cybersecurity is applicable to every business...

December 18, 2018

SD-WAN - Hype or Reality?

Traditional wide area networks (WANs) bring numerous challenges to the enterprise, ranging from increasing cost, performance issues and flexibility challenges. And with the onset of the cloud, today’s IT teams are searching for solutions that...

December 04, 2018 | Security

It’s the Happiest/Scariest Season of All!

It’s that time of year, where twinkling lights and Santa’s sleigh full of toys are everywhere. But with all of the holiday bustle comes additional risk, the risk of mounting security threats as shoppers are eagerly swiping their credit cards...

November 20, 2018 | Cloud

Ask the Expert Blog Series – Multi-Cloud Considerations: Interoperability

What we’re seeing in the industry today is that most of our customers aren’t adopting a single platform for all of their workloads. Depending on a plethora of factors (RTO/RPO, application requirements, latency requirements, etc.), it truly is...

November 13, 2018 | Digital Transformation

Transforming Business Intelligence with AI

It’s an exciting time we are living in, where what seemed like science fiction just a few years ago is becoming reality. From chess-playing computers to driverless cars, artificial intelligence (AI) is changing the way we live and work.