Is SD-WAN a Better Bet for Unified Communications?

Information Week

As momentum continues to build for managed services with SD-WAN, providers try to make the case to migrate communications to these networks

The Realities of Rural 5G Deployment in the US

Forrester's Customer Insights

Early last week, Ajit Pai, the Chairman of the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced his approval of the merger of T-Mobile and Sprint. This will result in a third mega-carrier in the US mobile wireless market, which is a good move for consumers like you and me. I am glad this deal will now […].

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IDG Contributor Network: Implementing secure WANs in the cloud age

Network World

Over the past few years most organizations have significantly increased their reliance on the Internet, primarily due to the outsourcing of utility applications like email, unified communications, ERP, CRM, etc. to SaaS providers. Cloud-based applications provide IT organizations with an agile and cost effective means for expanding the range of services they provide and delivering new productivity tools requested by teams, departments or lines of business.

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Why State & Local Governments Should be Prepared for Cloud

Cloud Musings

Jeremy is a Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert (CCIE) with more than 13 years of experience in IT, focusing heavily on unified communications, LAN/WAN and data center technologies. You are invited to attend the Cloud Webinar Series: Why State & Local Governments Should be Prepared for Cloud. This educational webinar is brought to you by RISC Networks , and will be hosted on BrightTalk.com at 12:00 pm on March 26, 2014.

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Do your VoIP services have a case of the 'jitters'?

Spearline

Since the global adoption of VoIP and video as primary communication solutions, Unified Communications (UC) has never had a more valuable asset. With network jitter one of its significant culprits, smooth communication becomes problematic and inconvenient.

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