If you thought the world of technology was out of acronyms to create, you thought wrong. Following SASE, Gartner introduced the term “SSE”, or Security Service Edge. In this article we’ll discuss how SSE differs from SASE and what types of companies should be considering it. Before I get started, if you aren’t familiar with […]
After being forced to accommodate remote workers, companies realized that their workforce is even more productive when working from home. Here are some technologies to consider for businesses’ remote work strategy.
Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) can be deployed in just about any industry. As long as employees communicate with one another, there is a need for a UCaaS platform. However, the specific functionality required might differ between verticals. Let’s talk about the retail industry, specifically. Most retail brands have a corporate office somewhere. These […]
I’ve spent the last two years studying the different types of SD-WAN technologies, interviewing the providers that offer them, and recommending solutions to our clients based on their unique needs. In all this research, my team and I have classified three main architecture types: edge, gateway, and POP (point of presence). Of course, things can’t […]
To put it lightly, CCaaS (Contact Center as a Service) blew up when companies were forced to work from home. Think about it – companies with antiquated contact center infrastructure used to require agents to be in the office to take or make phone calls. How are they expected to work from home? CCaaS was […]
SASE stands for Secure Access Service Edge and it’s the newest buzzword being thrown around the network and IT industry. It’s one of those terms that everyone claims to be, few know what it actually entails, and even fewer truly know if they need it. That’s where this post comes in. We’re going to talk […]
I usually like to descibe UCaaS, or Unified Communications as a Service, as the Netflix of telephony. Think about Netflix for a second. Most of us aren’t going to Walmart or Tartget to buy DVDs anymore. We don’t have a DVD player or a VCR to play movies for us. We stream them with Netflix, […]