How is Your Business Connecting with Customers?

Salesforce Research surveyed 12,000 consumers and 3,600 business buyers worldwide. Spurred by a global pandemic the likes of which society has not experienced in over a century, every facet of our personal and professional lives has changed. The customer-brand relationship is not immune from this tidal wave of change. Whether buying for themselves or on…

The 4 Areas of focus for Digital Transformation?

Re-imagining your business in the digital age means equipping your organization with the tools necessary to keep up with competitors and to meet changing market requirements. This type of transformation transcends traditional roles like sales, marketing, and customer service, and focuses on how your organization thinks about, and engages with, customers. There are generally 4…

How to Migrate Servers and Applications to the Cloud

Cloud migration. What does it mean? Cloud migration is the process of moving digital assets — like data, workloads, servers, or applications — to cloud infrastructure. Cloud migration commonly refers to moving tools and data from on-premises* data center to cloud providers such as Microsoft Azure, AWS, and Google to name a few. Benefits of migrating to…

What is Hybrid WAN

Hybrid WAN is a way of connecting branch offices with the traffic being sent over two different types of connections. One connection is the traditional MPLS that connects to the data center. The other is made through a broadband connection to the Internet using SD WAN to create an encrypted tunnel. How does it benefit my…

B2B Buyers prefer purchasing online

In 2019, digital B2B sales from all electronic channels—ecommerce sites, log-in portals, marketplaces, e-procurement systems, electronic data interchange, and other online buyer/seller networks—grew 10.9% to $9.00 trillion from $8.10 trillion, according to data and analysis in the 2020 B2B Ecommerce Market Report, a newly published research report from Digital Commerce 360. As COVID-19 has caused…

What Can SDWAN do for you?

An SD-WAN uses a centralized control function to securely and intelligently direct traffic across your wide area branch office network (WAN). This increases application performance and delivers a high quality user experience, resulting in increased business productivity, agility and reduced costs for IT. But what does that mean exactly? What can it actually do for…

How to Securely Connect to Mission-critical Apps & Data

Connecting business networks securely to mission critical applications and company data can be a difficult challenge. Today’s networks continue to expand, further fragmenting the traditional edges at the data center, WAN, and LAN with things like off-network devices, distributed compute, multi-cloud, converged OT networks, LTE and 5G, the internet, and most recently, the home edge…

4 Ways Remote Workers are changing the economy for the good

Remote working has caused employees to rethink and better accommodate their priorities in life and employers to rethink operations regarding how they can best work with professionals and create teams. More than two-thirds of professionals were working remotely during the peak of the pandemic, according to a new report by work marketplace Upwork, and over…

Software Defined Networking (SD WAN) Explained

Software‐Defined WAN, or SD‐WAN for short, is at the leading edge of software‐based networking deployments. SD WAN simplifies branch networking by automating deployment and improving performance. SD WAN can be provisioned over private connectivity(MPLS), Internet connectivity and LTE links for today’s increasingly distributed networks. SD WAN offers enterprise-grade connection to cloud and enterprise applications, software…