With cloud technology taking over various industries, it comes as no surprise that more than 60% of the spending of the IT sector will be directed towards cloud-based services in the coming years. Although it has been a somewhat gradual process, but the shift towards cloud has already begun with a lot of companies offering cloud-based services and applications.
Establishing a strong connection with your partner channel is essential towards a successful partnership that will result in continuous growth for both parties. However, it seems that this important fact has, over time, been overlooked and sometimes even ignored. Instead of focusing on this aspect of their service, vendors have clearly disregarded not just the relationship between their partners but have also failed to recognize the additional benefits that could result as the connection between the two parties strengthen.
Blockchain – this is probably something that you have heard about, especially in the banking sector, where this new technology has definitely managed to catch interest. But what exactly is blockchain and how will it manage to “change everything” even the way we communicate through VoIP?
We always say that when a Business VoIP or UC provider come together with another provider, it always results in new and innovative solutions, not to mention the fact that it’s these partnerships that really push towards the adaption of Cloud Communication. And this time, it seems that the two giants Cisco and Jive have joined hands are taking their partnership forward!
A few days, Cisco announced three new wireless and router models, adding to its increasing business portfolio and we have got all the information that you could need for them!
Linux is one of the most flexible platforms in the market these days. There is nothing which Linux cannot do. The ability of mounting securely remote file systems and working with them on local machine. This feature is not built into the operating system by default, as it can be easily added with sshfs.
Cisco helps in integrating SD-WAN start-up’s technology with the help of Meraki and IWAN. Cisco made different places for acquiring Viptela, a developer in the software-defined WAN market. The networking giant believed that it will pay almost $610 million in cash and they assume equity awards for San Jose-based startup. It was discovered in 2012 by the executives from Juniper, Cisco, Alcatel-Lucent and VMware and Viptela was also among the players in SD-WAN space. This Gap can be easily notices in customers and it counts among Singtel and Verizon and different Singtel among its carrier partners.
If you are in the market for unique and business class WLAN, then one of the most important decisions that you should make is the selection of traditional controller of on-premises or the solution for cloud-managed. Most of the organizations successfully manage WLAN with some of the WLAN controllers, but the WLAN which is cloud-managed has gained lot of attraction. The concept of shifting configuration and controlling the complete WLAN to cloud service provider is difficult to swallow for most of the veteran architects.
Interop ITX speaker has three important tips for making sure that WLAN has prepared itself well for internet of things. Most of the business leaders have this belief that internet of things which provides an opportunity for most of their organizations introduces new business models, enhances customer relationship and increases productivity.
In small businesses, networking solutions helps in making employees more productive and allowing them to stay connected with each other. Small business computer networks also helps in competing against larger organizations by enhancing efficiencies, lowering communication costs and the improvement of customer service.