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  • Thursday, November 9, 2017
    Counting the benefits of SD-WAN There shouldn’t be an iota of doubt on how Virtualizations and Cloud Technologies brought together a revolutionary change in IT Flexibility, efficiency and cost benefits, while leaving the underlying networks unchanged. With new applications and mobile devices overloading the enterprise workloads, networks were not able to cope up with the demands placed upon them.  The evolution of Software Defined Network (SDN) proved to be a game changer by eliminating all the bottle-necks faced by the traditional hardware centric networks. The sophisticated...
  • Friday, December 9, 2016
    As technology rapidly evolves, and change is the only constant, building client-centered solutions is more important than ever. As software defined networking (SDN) takes off, as cloud becomes the rule rather than the exception, and as traditional TDM networks are being replaced with fiber and Ethernet, the equipment and related software enterprises acquired a decade ago are disappearing so there is a fervent interest in how networks, security, business applications, web and mobile applications and the expanding Internet of Things should be designed, engineered, implemented and supported...
  • Wednesday, December 7, 2016
    The move from hardware and premised-based telephony to software and cloud-based platforms, has forced the traditional “telecom” resellers and systems integrators to change their approach to the market and related business models. Enterprises and businesses are driving this change, as they rapidly move away from heavy CAPEX offerings, and the complexity and cost associated with premise-based “phone systems” to hosted communications and collaboration applications they can consume based on as a subscription based, or as a “per-seat” cost model. Thus, traditional hardware resellers and...
  • Monday, April 25, 2016
    Your customers demand a seamless, real-time, and unified communication experience—and so do your employees. Building a stronger unified communication network will help you provide that. Unified communications (UC) unify communication channels and platforms to enable effective and seamless information exchange and collaboration. UC tools like “find me/follow me,” unified messaging, and conference calling help boost productivity. Using these UC features, end-users can reduce repetitive tasks such as checking voicemails and forward calls to their personal devices when they are away from their...
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