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Tuesday October 21, 2014
CIO’s and IT leaders are seeing the key benefits such as operational efficiency, standardization and faster implementation as the advantages of using managed services and expect to move more functions to managed services providers.
Tuesday September 30, 2014
You often hear the term Best Practices thrown around but what does that really mean? Is it the BEST way to perform a particular function, no questions asked? What about the tools that support that process? The number of staff and skillset of the staff? What about your type of business and the services you offer? What about your KPI goals and the commitments you make to your customers? All of these things can and should determine the business process that is right for you. Introducing… SMART Solutions.
Tuesday September 23, 2014
Ultimately when making technology buying decisions, the general business priorities of an organization play an enormous factor in determining what is adopted and how it is purchased and managed. Not surprisingly, the majority of respondents peg cost reduction as their chief strategic priority in the coming year, a goal that is nearly matched by the desire to improve staff productivity and capabilities.
Tuesday September 16, 2014
There is the story of a man on a journey that did not know where he was going, had no idea on how to get there and was never sure when he arrived. That seems very illogical in today’s world with all the GPS, maps and travel assistance available. Yet in today’s competitive telecommunications arena there is the perception that we do not need to plan anything because of the uncertainty of technology and unresolved financial high cost support ICC, USF and CAF2.
Thursday August 28, 2014
Communication Service Providers interested in potentially pursuing some portion of the $100M being offered by the FCC as part of their broadband funding experiment now that the eligible CBs (census blocks) have been identified, have until October 14 to file. Questions range from regulatory and technology concerns to whether or not a winning bid can be submitted that still allows for a viable business case.