Most Secure Video Conferencing Tools

As companies and individuals continue the transition to online lessons and meetings, the FBI recommends exercising due diligence and caution in your cybersecurity efforts. But do you know if a video platform is secure? The defacto standard term for video during this epidemic has been Zoom. However Zoom has been in the news for its…

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Small Business WAN Best Practices

Today networks are critical to the operation and innovation of business organizations, workforce productivity is built on the expectation of nonstop access to communications and resources. The primary role of the WAN is to interconnect primary site and remote-site LANs. As networks become more complex in order to meet the needs of any device, any…

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4 Best Practices for Managing Remote Workers

The remote worker is almost as old as the internet, so we’ve had more than a couple of decades to learn how to manage employees who aren’t physically present. But even with the trend increasing, it’s clear that effectively managing an employee whose “office” is in their home doesn’t mean that there’s a truly symbiotic…

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Private vs Public Cloud Computing

Finding the Best Cloud Computing Source for Your Company Generally when you start looking into getting into the “cloud”, you are looking for three things: ease of use, accessibility and storage capability. Cloud storage of your documents, images and other materials makes it easy for people to access them worldwide. You can also easily send…

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What Moneyball Can Teach Businesses about Telecom

When Billy Beane came onto the scene for the Oakland A’s, a team with one of the lowest payrolls in baseball, he changed his thinking and his approach to building a better baseball team. Beane used statistical analysis to find the best bang for the buck instead of the good old-fashioned manual scouting process. Nine…

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Communications in the Age of Star Wars

It should come as no surprise that science fiction writers have often provided early ideas for future technologies. From the advanced submarine imagined by Jules Verne in his 1870 novel Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea to the gesture-based user interface in the 2002 Movie: Minority Report. There are countless examples of science fiction works…

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