Overcoming Barriers to Hybrid Cloud

Making the move to the hybrid cloud model means understanding the best uses for public and private cloud services, including determining which workloads can effectively be transitioned, managed and provisioned in the cloud. The move to the hybrid cloud model continues...

5 High-Value Features of Hosted PBX

  Whether you run a multinational corporation or a startup, communication is the key to survival and success. Many organizations, regardless of size or industry, still rely on legacy PBX phone systems as the backbone for their corporate communications. However, these...

Common Concerns of Managed WAP

Since the introduction of managed WAP or cloud-managed WLANs, the typical profile of an organization that has adopted this type of infrastructure has been a small company with multiple remote offices. Those in the hospitality industry and retailers have long been...

Overcoming Concerns About Moving to G Suite

As cloud-based collaboration tools become more accessible and affordable, businesses of all sizes are finding themselves considering which platform is best suited for their business. For many, Google’s G-Suite (formerly Google Apps) is an appealing option because of...

Defining Software-Defined Networking

We’ve long heard about the benefits of Software-Defined Networking (SDN) for cloud service providers and in data center architectures.  Today, however, the SDN architecture model is expanding rapidly in the enterprise market, as well as to companies looking for a...