How to Verify and Validate Jumbo Frames Configuration

A jumbo frame is a large Ethernet frame whose payload exceeds the standard maximum transmission unit, or MTU. That means these frames are larger than 1,500 bytes. In fact, they can be up to seven times that size.

Enabling jumbo frames on local area networks can help improve data transmissions and make your overall network […]

Is Your Business Looking for Colocation Locations in Florida?

When looking for colocation services, you want to make sure you find a location that is more than just customer and IT-friendly. When you house your servers, storage, telephony, networking systems, and other computing devices in a data center, you want to ensure that they are truly safe and secure. That means defending against all […]

How To Reset The Administrator Password On Polycom VVX Phones

Many businesses utilize Polycom VVX phones. They’re great to have in the office, but when something goes wrong it can quickly slow down the pace of your business. If you’re having trouble finding out how to reset the Administrator password on your Polycom VVX phone, fear not. IT expert and SkyLink’s Chief Technology Officer Jacob […]

SkyLink’s Jacob Ackerman Featured on Fort Myers Technology Panel

On November 16, 2016, small businesses came together at the Hilton Garden Inn in Fort Myers for The Greater Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce’s 2016 Get Connected Technology Breakfast. Targeting entrepreneurs, small business owners, help desk managers, technology consultants, and technology vendors, it featured an experienced panel of of IT experts to help tackle the […]

Why the Colocation Industry is Changing Shape

Anyone who has been in the “colo” (colocation) industry for some time can attest that things are changing. As technology skyrockets businesses and enterprises into new territory like cloud storage, DCIM, and the Internet of Things, our business tends to follow. It has to. It’s our job as a data center company to evolve for […]

Protecting Your Data during a Hurricane

Hurricane Matthew is the latest of many storms that whirl through Florida every year. It served as a reminder of how important it is to prepare for nature’s worst, as it often comes when we least expect it. We take precautions to board up our homes and businesses, protect our belongings, and the people we […]

The Advantages of Data Center Hosted Equipment Leasing

A primary reason our clients consider leveraging a data center is cost savings – which can be considerable. More and more organizations are discovering data center services are ultimately cheaper than maintaining their own servers and other equipment in-house. Furthermore, did you know you can save even more money with equipment and software leasing as […]

How to Address Citrix Web Interface 5.4 Event ID 30024 and 31003

Citrix Web Interface 5.4 Event ID 30024 and 31003
If you’ve tried to login into Citrix Web Interface only to receive Event ID 20024 and 31003 delivering error messages, it’s important to note that this can be caused by several different issues. If you’re encountering this problem and have exhausted all of your options, try this […]

Hosting Services vs. Cloud Hosting

If you’re not immersed in the IT industry, it can be easy to get lost in the terminology. Especially when similar terms and phrases are used. However, if you’re looking for hosting services, it is important to distinguish between traditional hosting and cloud hosting.

The primary difference between the two forms of hosting is the extent […]

How to Add a Printer Driver to a Terminal Server

Adding a printer driver to a terminal server is simple
Just because a new printer comes with software doesn’t mean you need all of it. In fact, most printers allow you to install the printer drivers alone, excluding the packaged software that came in the hardware’s bundle.

There are instances when vendors intentionally package the drivers […]