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#1. Edge computing
The growth of IoT devices has added to a major problem in data logistics: where should the data be processed? Processing it locally means more robust hardware is needed, but adding this kind of power to IoT devices like refrigerators or thermostats just doesn’t make sense. And using cloud services to process data can be unreliable due to high latency. Edge computing can perform critical data processing at the “edge” of a local network, mitigating latency and thereby creating a regional processing solution for companies with robust data and IoT needs.
#2 – Software-defined networking
With all of the data infrastructure in the world, there’s never been more networking hardware and software in use than there is today. Data centers are everywhere. While they vary in size—and in spite of the advanced technology they employ—each data center depends on being able to operate efficiently in order to serve customers. Software-defined networking (SDN) provides a solution to the growing complexity of convoluted network architectures. By offering centralized, simplified management of enterprise networks, SDN, with its advanced features (including centralized provisioning, granular security and holistic enterprise management), gives networks the ability to keep pace with the speed of change.
#3 – Desktop virtualization
For those companies limited by their current hardware, desktop virtualization provides a way they can still access and run advanced environments and software. This is accomplished by creating a virtual operating environment that can run on any device, even if the hardware doesn’t have the space or power to run it itself. All that’s required is for the hardware to have a network connection and it’ll be able to access and run virtual environments. Desktop virtualization can also save money by lowering the cost of management while increasing utilization, reducing energy consumption and cooling costs. Add it all up and companies employing virtualization can enjoy a much lower price of ownership and a larger ROI. LTE Failover, along with Zero Usage Plans, keeps your business running normally when unexpected disruptions to your internet connection arise. Wireless LTE Failover (also known as a redundant internet connection or a wireless LTE backup) relies on a 4G LTE network to make sure your business is always connected to the internet during outages caused by natural disasters or man-made events. Internet downtime can bring business to a sudden halt. Most businesses lose the ability to process orders, accept credit cards, utilize aspects of their security system, provide customer service or use UCaaS phone systems.
WORKS BEST WITH: Managed Internet Service
Connect from anywhere with a mobility plan that utilizes a wireless wide area network (WWAN) when a wired, or wifi, internet connection is not always available. No matter where business takes you—tradeshows, retail kiosks, or digital signage—mobility data plans, allow for a reliable data network for your business operations.
WORKS BEST WITH: Virtual Private Network (VPN) and SIP Trunking
Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Trunking works with Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) to integrate voice and data on a single internet connection rather than a traditional phone line. This reduces costs and simplifies the data service for a business. Network capacity is optimized, whether your business is a single entity or has multiple locations, and works seamlessly with your existing Hosted PBX system, making it a cost-effective solution.
WORKS BEST WITH: Managed Internet Service, and IP Reach
Managed Internet Service
Managed Internet Service (MIS) is a premium internet connection dedicated to your business that provides data transfer at lightning speeds and is constantly monitored to ensure optimal performance. MIS is a proactive solution for keeping your internet running at optimal speeds and consistency while tracking disruptions or bottlenecks. Should an issue arise, our team is notified to keep your business protected.
As technology advances, business operations require faster internet speeds. We’re here to provide the managed services you need
WORKS BEST WITH: Managed Internet Service and SIP Trunking
Virtual Private Network (VPN)
The Virtual Private Network (VPN) connects multiple offices and remote employees by integrating both legacy and leading edge technologies on one reliable, secure networking environment regardless of location or device. Many businesses today have a need to connect employees from a variety of devices and locations. A VPN provides the ability to connect all employees allowing access to corporate applications and resources needed for productivity wherever they are.
WORKS BEST WITH: Managed Internet Service and Wireless LTE Failover
SD-WAN supports multiple paths and allows connectivity decisions to be made independent of carriers. This helps enterprises avoid lengthy procurement and deployment delays for a faster time to service at the branch. This approach allows enterprises to scale at their own pace. While the ultimate goal may be a 100 percent broadband WAN, enterprises can begin their journey with a hybrid WAN.
WORKS BEST WITH: Wireless LTE Failover and Mobility