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Building business resilience in 2021 with UCaaS, 5G and SD-WAN

As we enter the festive season and bid farewell to 2020, we’d like to thank our partners, vendors, and clients for their ongoing support this year. We’re looking forward to an exciting start to 2021 with accelerated business transformation and planning around 5G and SD-WAN intensifying as long-planned changes and transitions to remote working becoming a reality.

Topics: Management Unified Communications Network 5G

Adaptive Connectivity: preparing the enterprise with the flexibility to adapt

As we move into the tail end of 2020 and reflect on the year that was, the word “unprecedented” rings out, loud and clear – from the raging bushfires on a scale hitherto unknown, to the social, political, and economical ravages of the pandemic. If lessons from the bushfires and COVID-19 have taught us anything in the business world, it’s the need for preparedness for the unprecedented and the flexibility to adapt.

Topics: Unified Communications Connectivity 5G

How managed networks free IT resources to focus on business goals

These days, businesses depend on high-speed, reliable, and secure data networks to power their daily operations. It’s not over-stating the point to say your data network’s up-time and speed is key to ensuring your organisation’s performance.

Topics: Security Management Unified Communications

Working from home the new normal for some

As we said in our article at the end of June, love it or hate it, remote working is here to stay. The coronavirus pandemic has acted as a catalyst rapidly forcing many companies to embrace a work-from-home model. With no miracle cure for COVID-19 on the near horizon, for many employees, working from home is likely to be the new standard.

Topics: Management Unified Communications Connectivity

Cost of cloud vs on-premise UC

Ensuring your people can connect, communicate, and collaborate quickly and easily to get work done wherever they are, has become a fundamental business requirement. So, it’s important to have the right tools (whether cloud vs on-premise UC) for the right people, with the right size of licensing and services arrangements in place.

Topics: Unified Communications