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Proactive Networking Monitoring: What & Why

Your business relies more and more on healthy network infrastructure. Migration to Cloud, Compliance and IT Security all fuel the case to proactively monitor your network health. By proactively scanning your network, you can identify bottlenecks and other irregularities that could impact your network performance and network security. Identifying network compromise in advance will save your business time and money in the long run.

Keeping up with Telecom Network Expansion

The connected enterprise is a staple for most businesses today. When adding locations, relocating and other network expansion creates additional Telecommunication needs. In addition, this may be a good time to optimize your telecom network as well. Here are some questions to consider when qualifying new locations, adding locations, and making any changes to your telecom network.

Is It Time For a Telecom Expense Audit?

There is a growing need for Bandwidth in most organizations. Many applications need this bandwidth–Cloud Adoption, Video, and Mobile Workforce, just to name a few. At the same time, there are technology innovations–including SD-WAN and other broadband internet optimization technologies–that may save you money and improve network performance and productivity.

Business Continuity Essentials

Business owners know there are a number of threats to business continuity. Next to employees, your IT systems and their data may be your most valuable assets. Your business may fall prey to Cyber attack or Data breach. Other factors, including adverse weather, fire, or interruption to utility supply, may also cause business disruption. Can your company recover from a catastrophic data loss? Use this Business Continuity Essentials guide to reduce the risk of downtime:

The Case for Software Defined Networks

With Cloud Computing becoming the norm, your business applications are only as good as your network connection. Bandwidth constraints and loss of connectivity can interrupt Cloud Services including VoIP, Communications and Collaboration, online backup and other Software-as-a- Service applications.

Cloud Computing Defined

The demand for Cloud Services continues to climb. Recent forecasts from International Data Corporation (IDC) predict worldwide spending on public Cloud services will grow at a 19.4% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) – from nearly $70 billion in 2015 to more than $141 billion in 2019. This report cited Software as a Service (SaaS) as the leading consumption model for Cloud Services. In addition, Telecommunications is expected to be the fastest-growing vertical industry with a worldwide CAGR of 22.2% over the forecast period of 2014-2019.

Achieving Network Peace of Mind

By proactively monitoring and managing your Network infrastructure, you can avoid the hassles of downtime due to bottlenecks, security intrusions and more. By having the latest data at your fingertips, you can make the best decisions based on the current status of all the devices connected to your network. Proactively managed devices including desktops, laptops, smartphones, tablets, routers, switches and firewalls all contribute to the overall health of your network.

Are Public Cloud Services Right for Your Business?

Every day more companies realize the cloud offers them brand new ways to solve their business problems. Public Cloud services are available for a wide range of solutions, including Communications and Collaboration, CRM, Contact Center, Email, File Sharing, Network Management, Cloud Storage, and more.

Amazon Web Services

If you are looking for global infrastructure, secure document sharing that is HIPAA Compliant Amazon AWS Virtual Private Cloud may be the solution for you. Amazon Web Services (AWS) provides on-demand delivery of IT resources and applications via the Internet with pay-as-you-go pricing.

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