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News you can use as the world doubles down on data centers

The world is changing, and NetworkTigers is here to document this change with the addition of a News & Resources section to our website.

The new section launches today and we’d welcome your feedback and contributions — contact us today if you think there’s anything we should be aware of, or if you have comments and opinions you’d like to share with our community of readers.

Here at NetworkTigers we have more than two decades of experience working with business leaders who appreciate the importance of quality networking hardware and know they must keep on top of trends and developments in the industry if they are to remain leaders of their respective fields.

Our experience and business development achievements mean we are perfectly placed to help steer business executives through a rapidly-changing landscape as companies of all size switch to a remote work model.

Founded in 1996 as Andover Consulting Group, today NetworkTigers serves international businesses with the provision of critical new and refurbished network equipment, often delivered overnight to keep the global wheels of industry turning in such turbulent times.

Over the years, NetworkTigers has developed a world-class e-commerce network, shipping products overnight to clients working in a world in which data centers are now the beating heart of the enterprise.

Following our 2016 brand refresh as NetworkTigers, we continue to focus on providing high-quality data center equipment to Fortune 2000 firms, government agencies, schools, universities and health care organizations. Every day, NetworkTigers ships critical parts including routers, switches, modules, load balancers, firewalls and VoIP phones equipment.

We hope you find our news coverage and analysis useful — let us know if you’d like us to cover any particular topics or issues, or follow us on LinkedIn, Twitter or Facebook.

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Mike Syiek
Mike Syiekhttps://networktigers.com
Mike Syiek is President and Founder of NetworkTigers.

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