Tag: Optrics

Optrics Profiled in Advantage Magazine

One-Stop ShopEdmonton, AB. Q1 2013Optrics Engineering marries diverse staff expertise with supreme client care for the ultimate in computer networking services.By Christopher CussatFrom left: Shaun Sturby, Technical Services Manager; Bording Ostergaard, Managing Partner; Blair Zingle, CEO; and Scott Young, COO.Optrics Engineering became a highly diversified, network-specific, software- and hardware-solutions specialist as a result of a […]

Optrics Makes the Branham 300 Top Canadian ICT Companies List

Optrics is excited to announce making #276 on the prestigious Branham 300 Listing of Top Canadian ICT Companies for 2012.Company representatives cite increased opportunities in network storage solutions, virtualization solutions, network monitoring solutions, and anti-spam as well adding new partners such as Dell and NetApp as strong contributors to their success in the past year.2012 […]


NEC FT Fault Tolerant Servers and D-Series SAN Storage Arrays

Optrics is excited to announce the availiability of NEC products on our site. They include the D-Series SAN Storage Arrays, and the FT (Fault Tolerant) ServersD Series StorageNEC’s D-Series SAN Storage arrays provide highly available and easily scalable storage for your SAN without sacrificing performance and flexibility.They include high-end features you won’t find on other […]

Paessler Releases White Paper on “Virtualization And Network Monitoring”

Server virtualization is the latest major technology trend in data centers. It provides many opportunities but is not entirely risk-free. Network monitoring can help plan the virtualization of a data center while also minimizing risks for already virtualized environments.

How Have You Protected Your Organization From Web 2.0 Security Threats?

Securing today’s Internet requires more than simple Web filtering. Web 2.0 applications, real-time communications and the world of social networking present additional security challenges – spyware, rootkits, information leakage, and non-compliance with regulatory and e-discovery requirements.