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About Phil Denton

Phil is the President and founder of Denton Business Solutions. He's had a fascination with technology for as long as he can remember. Phil uses that fascination to guide manufacturers to technology solutions for enhancing their plant safety, cybersecurity, and productivity. Outside the office, Phil enjoys cooking, spending time with his wife and son, and reading up on the latest manufacturing news. You can connect with Phil on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn!

4 Reasons Why Your Business Needs VOIP

“Can VOIP really help my business if I’m not a big chain or National brand?”

Absolutely!

VOIP technology is the perfect solution for budding small and medium-sized businesses. With VOIP you can enjoy better conference calls, virtual numbers, and have the freedom of being able to make calls anywhere on any Internet-enabled device.

Ready to learn some of […]

Ruckus Switch Stack Building – A How-To

Cisco may be the global leader in LAN switching, but there are several other companies out there with great switches.  Ruckus is definitely one of these.  While most people probably think of wireless access points when they hear Ruckus, Ruckus actually has an extremely powerful and feature-rich line of LAN switches too.

Ruckus switches actually […]

HVAC Monitoring, Part 1 – A Home IoT Project

I’m an engineer.  I love buildings things and I love learning things.  Luckily, we live in a time where if you dream it you can do it!

My dream is to provide affordable IoT solutions for manufacturers and other industrial companies.  The potential for even small businesses to improve their operations using IoT-type technologies  is incredible.  IoT […]

How to Increase your Wireless Network Security and Provide Secure Guest WiFi

Earlier this month I visited a colleague’s office.  When I arrived, she offered me the password for WiFi like any gracious host would.  Unfortunately, as soon as I hopped on the WiFi I noticed that I was on her company’s internal network.  When I looked in “Network Neighborhood” I was able to see computers, printers, […]