Aaron Russo - Senior Manager for Tech Sales Data Center
Aaron Russo
Senior Manager for Tech Sales Data Center
Jeff Stork - Software Delivery Practice Manager
Jeff Stork
Senior Service Manager
Lane Shelton - Vice President of Software Business Development
Lane Shelton
Vice President of Software Business Development
Tony Dancona - Vice President of VMware EUC
Tony Dancona
VP VMware EUC, Solutions and Services
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Unified Communications (UCaaS)

The Advantages of UCaaS

Why Your Workforce Will Love Unified Communications (And You Will, Too)

by Kevin O'Connor | 01.12.16

Today’s workers are increasingly mobile—96 million of them do at least some work remotely, a recent IDC study found. By 2020, over 70% of the nation’s workforce will be using a combination of notebooks, smartphones, and tablets to get their jobs done.

Tags:IDCNotebookSmartphonesTabletsUnified Communications

Network Mobility

Why Mobility Matters

Deliver Mobility Excellence with Cisco

by Sarah Senftle | 12.21.15

What mode of network connectivity does your business rely on for its notebooks? Chances are the answer is wireless. Without it, a notebook is little more than an all-in-one desktop PC. In recent years, wireless has become the preferred means of access for networks. More so with the adoption of BYOD—or bring your own device. The reason is, of course, obvious.  


SSD - Flash Storage

More Than a Flash in the Pan

Ditch Outdated Storage Technology and Save More Than Money

by Aaron Russo | 05.11.15

Pop quiz! How old is hard drive technology? Did it take off in the ‘80s? How about 1970s? 1960s, even? Try 1956. Nearing its 60th birthday, today’s hard drive is far flung from its original form factor. Originally the size of two refrigerators with a max storage of 3.75MB, the hard drive has changed a lot in the last six decades—sometimes by leaps and bounds. Take solid state—or flash—storage as an example of advancement.

Tags:Data CenterDesktopsFlashNotebookSecurityServers