SD-WAN Simplified: Leveraging SD-WAN to Avoid or Mitigate Outages

No matter what type of business your IT function supports, network outages are never acceptable. When employees, contractors, and others users rely on cloud-based applications and solutions to meet business needs, network outages can be more than just painful; they can actually cripple the business.

Implementing Software Defined WAN (SD-WAN), and adding a circuit with a service level agreement on a separate network can help your organization reduce risk, ensure business continuity, and limit or even avoid the detrimental effects of unplanned downtime altogether. Learn more.

Friday, March 1, 2019/Author: Anonym/Number of views (5773)/Comments (0)/
Categories: Data Services

SD-WAN Simplified: Using SD-WAN to Improve Network Performance

Adding Circuits and Using SD-WAN Can Improve Network Performance

Businesses of any size, across industry lines, can benefit from using Software Defined WAN (SD-WAN) with more than one circuit. SD-WAN provides increased visibility, flexibility, scalability, security, application quality of service (QOS), and more.

When you use SD-WAN with more than one circuit and add LTE, your entire organization can benefit. If your organization is only using a single circuit today, consider how additional circuits can enhance your network reliability, bandwidth, and performance. Learn more.


Tuesday, February 5, 2019/Author: Anonym/Number of views (6235)/Comments (0)/
Categories: Data Services

Beyond Performance: 8 Benefits Your Business May Realize with SD-WAN

Whether your business is a large, multi-site operation or an emerging small or mid-sized company with just one location today, chances are good that you rely on network connectivity. Software-Defined WAN (SD-WAN) can help improve your company’s network performance and lower the risk of costly network downtime. Implementing SD-WAN also gives you a scalable solution that can continue to benefit your organization’s network performance as your business grows and expands. Learn more.

Thursday, January 17, 2019/Author: Anonym/Number of views (5431)/Comments (0)/
Categories: Data Services

Improved Quality, Security, and Reliability with Unified Communications

There was a time when work typically meant going to an office, so it’s not surprising that traditional business phone systemswere built around a single, static location. Depending on size, a facility could install a premise-based key system or PBX or could choose central office-based Centrex. Either of the on-site options typically involved a capital expenditure, took up space, anything from a closet to a room. It entailed maintenance, repair, and general “care and feeding” of the system, so the user either had to hire a telecom manager to handle moves, changes, and software updates or pay a contractor for support. Learn more.

Tuesday, December 4, 2018/Author: Anonym/Number of views (7601)/Comments (0)/

Your Employees Are Talking...Are You Listening?

Why your team’s communication needs should be your first focus.

Most companies don’t have a single, unified communications solution for supporting their decentralized workforce. Here’s how to support their habits now, before they walk out the door. 37% of all employees telecommute on a regular basis or need to telecommute.  How could Unified Communications improve the way you work? Learn more.

Tuesday, November 20, 2018/Author: Anonym/Number of views (5873)/Comments (0)/