When IT is involved in the earliest stages of a workplace strategy, critical needs like WLAN can be proactively planned.
A lot has changed in the Networking industry over the last five years.
The prospect of being hit by a denial-of-service campaign through massive DDoS attack has gotten individual organizations and DNS hosting providers on the edge.
Managed networking services are services in which a third party handles various aspects of the day-to-day operation of an organization’s network and/or networking devices.
Today’s leading cloud-based UC providers give organizations the flexibility to add new services and features employees crave to make them more mobile and productive users.
There is an exponential growth in demand for Information Technology (IT) to deliver quality solutions in an acceptable timeframe.
The role of Chief Information Officer (CIO) was formed in the early 1980s.
The role of the CIO today is very much different today vs. back in Y2K.
Real-time collaboration and modern work environments require people.
Branch offices are growing at a rate of 17 percent and a recent report states that approximately 75 percent of enterprise employees work remotely or in a branch office already.