SCADA and the cybersecurity challenge

We are accustomed to thinking about enterprise networks and systems as methods for sharing information across the sometimes vast and diverse areas of an organization. Often, these communications networks are needed not solely for employees, but for the... Read More

Digitizing the Oil & Gas Industry

Companies everywhere are using digital communication technologies to improve their productivity, increase reliability, control costs and ensure worker safety. This digital transformation consistently provides measurable business benefits, so much so that falling behind the curve in technology creates... Read More

Business continuity ensures improved patient satisfaction

Like many organizations, hospitals and other healthcare providers rely on consistent operations. Unlike most businesses, however, healthcare organizations have an added risk layer – patient health, safety and, in some cases, their lives. Several events can threaten stability... Read More

X2nSat: MISAC Matters Newsletter Article

Disaster Recovery vs. Business Continuity for Voice and Data   Every enterprise, agency and municipality should have a carefully created disaster recovery plan in place. The wise Benjamin Franklin said: “By failing to plan, you are preparing to... Read More

X2nSat’s Las Cruces Gateway: Online and Operational

Engineering, planning, and building a new satellite gateway is an arduous task. As a Satellite Network Engineer here at X2nSat I am also the first full-time employee working here onsite as construction of our new gateway in Las... Read More

It’s Time to Talk About Disasters

Hurricane Harvey made landfall as a category 4 storm near Rockport, Texas on August 25th. In a given year, one storm of this historic magnitude is plenty, but in the short six weeks since we have also seen... Read More

The Model T of Satellites

Henry Ford built the Model T in 1908 with a dream for it to be the car for every man. By applying assembly line processes from the meat packing business and continuous flow production models used in flour... Read More

The Last Frontier: Space

I recently acquired a classic car from the 60’s. I was looking for a Sunday driver. Something to cruise around town on the weekends when I want to slow things down from the fast-paced nature of everyday business... Read More