Join us November 11 at the Sheraton in Portsmouth, NH to discuss: IT Security, cloud-computing, disaster recovery, virtual desktop (VDI), HIPAA, and more!
Oxford Networks is New England’s Premier Telecommunications and Cloud Services Provider
Technology is the engine that helps your company achieve its goals. We keep that engine running for you by combining the strength of our 2,000 mile fiber optic network with the resiliency and performance of our cloud and data center solutions. We put our powerful combination of technology assets to work to help your company get the very most out of your IT investments.
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Director of Technology and Senior Vice President, Gorham Savings Bank
Last February, Gorham Savings Bank found itself in the midst of a bizarre scenario. A prankster with a firearm caused about $30,000 in damage shooting at a fiber-optic cable box near the Gorham Industrial Park in Gorham, Maine.
“We were changing some batteries on our server and a live RAID card was inadvertently taken out and it crashed the system. No one could recover it and get it back up.” So Jeff called Oxford Networks’ CTO Ron Shink, who referred him to Senior Systems Engineer Joe Hodge, an expert on the i-series.
The Music Hall
Until recently, The Music Hall’s equipment and software were 5+ years old and needed updating. So about a year ago, they started looking at cloud options and found software for running ticketing and fundraising in the cloud, as well as Quickbooks for accounting.
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Oxford Networks’ Dawna Hannan Inducted to TANE Hall of Fame
October 18, 2016
The Telephone Association of New England has announced it has named Dawna Hannan, Oxford Networks’ Vice President of Human Resources and Regulatory Affairs, as the 2016 inductee to the TANE Hall of Fame.
Maine Voices: Vigilance, planning are best defenses against cyberattacks
October 13, 2016
At a recent South Portland cybersecurity forum hosted by U.S. Sen. Angus King and the Maine State Chamber, one CEO confessed that her company was “ignorant” about protecting itself against cybercrime.