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Wireless Signal Boosters – What Businesses Need to Know

In 2018, ubiquitous and reliable wireless service connectivity is a business necessity. Yet coverage gaps and dead zones in business locations – large buildings, office campuses, even small branch offices – create frustrating interruptions, dropped calls, and poor connections. Professionally installed distributed antenna systems offer one solution, but they are […]

Sprint and T-Mobile Merger – This Time for Real?

Well, they’re at it again. Sprint and T-Mobile have announced yet again plans to merge and create a third national wireless provider that could either provide some serious competition to AT&T and Verizon or reduce competition for wireless services in the US. Is this time different because there’s a new […]

SD-WAN – Catch the Next Wave of Cost Savings

Software-defined WAN (SD-WAN) technology is starting to roll out in enterprise deployments, and the savings can be impressive—if you trust it enough as a replacement for your tried-and-true MPLS.  So how can you prepare your organization to take advantage of this new technology while not putting your connectivity (and job) […]

How to Negotiate a Cisco Enterprise Agreement

Cisco Enterprise Agreements (“EAs”) are becoming an increasingly popular vehicle for purchasing and consuming software products and services from Cisco. The general concept is that – rather than purchasing individual software products and associated software maintenance on a unit by unit basis – the enterprise pays Cisco an upfront fee […]

Net Neutrality

Net Neutrality is about how internet service providers (“ISPs”) located in the United States control access to their subscribers and (understandably) want the FCC’s rules to let them monetize that control. Many enterprises think Net Neutrality is strictly a consumer issue, where customers of content providers like Netflix or Amazon […]

Trends in Enterprise Mobility Pricing

The pricing trends in the enterprise mobility market are generally favorable for companies willing to act. For example, cost-effective plans with pooled data and unlimited voice and messaging are rapidly becoming the norm and have shifted the need for optimizing voice plans to optimizing data plans. In addition, historically high […]