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Category: Telecom Technology Updates

January 31st, 2023 | Telecom Technology Updates

Insight Series- Volume 3

With the legally mandated breach reporting requirements now in place, there were more than 4,100 publicly disclosed data breaches in 2022, equaling approximately 22 billion records being exposed. These are just the KNOWN breaches as thousands more have yet to be discovered. The breaches and leaks are a combination of phishing attacks, malware infiltration and […]

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January 17th, 2023 | Telecom Technology Updates

Strategic Conversations for a Successful 2023

In speaking with clients, reviewing countless white pages and participating in discussions with business and industry thought leaders we have compiled a few take aways for conversations, we believe, could be impactful for CIOs, CTOs and Organizations to evaluate in 2023. These thoughts, are of course, in addition to all things Security.   While there are […]

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June 09th, 2022 | News & Events Telecom Technology Updates

Human Capital and Rapid Change

The World Economic Forum has stated and agreed “Across nearly all industries, the impact of technological and other changes is shortening the shelf-life of employees’ existing skill sets; The talent to manage, shape and lead the changes underway will be in short supply unless we take action today to develop it. Businesses will need to […]

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October 20th, 2021 | Telecom Technology Updates

Are you ready to replace costly Legacy copper services for 5G Technology? 

Your analog phone lines, or Plain Old Telephone Services (POTS), and other legacy services like T1, voice PRI and copper-based services are quickly being terminated or priced at full tariffed rates ($400 and $600 per analog line in some markets) by Providers all but making replacement a foregone conclusion. AT&T’s latest price change notification confirms […]

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November 12th, 2020 | Telecom Technology Updates

Top tech trends in the hospitality industry

What’s the impact of COVID-19 on the North American hospitality industry and how are hotels planning to recover? What’s top of mind right now is being able to provide touchless technology to ensure customers feel comfortable, while still providing the same quality of customer experience. Mobile apps are a huge trend—they’re touchless and safe for […]

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March 19th, 2020 | News & Events Telecom Technology Updates

Responding to COVID-19 with technology, expertise, empathy, and care

The World Health Organization (WHO) recently declared the COVID-19 virus an official global pandemic. Government and Business leaders have joined forces in implementing extraordinary social distancing measures aimed at slowing the virus in the interest of public safety. As COVID-19 continues to impact communities around the globe, our thoughts are with those who have been […]

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July 30th, 2019 | Telecom Technology Updates

SQL Server – A new wave of cloud migrations awaits

As discussed elsewhere on the web, there’s another pending wave of cloud migrations coming in the near future.  It has been estimated there are over 85,000 companies still running SQL Server 2008 in some fashion in their environments. Support for SQL Server officially ended back in 2014, though some extended support options were made available […]

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May 23rd, 2019 | Telecom Technology Updates

Fiber installation and prepping for the future

Companies are using more and more bandwidth every day. As a result, the number of request for fiber-based fast services has rapidly increased of late. Services delivered over fiber are highly desirable, generally affordable and always scalable. However, the installation of fiber to a building for the first time requires involvement from both the carrier […]

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February 18th, 2019 | Telecom Technology Updates

The Case for Carrier Network Management Services

The Case for Carrier Network Management Services: Today’s networks for a multi-site environment are infrastructure intensive. This infrastructure is costly, environmentally sensitive and absolutely mission critical. Further, multi-data center strategies for redundancy or disaster recovery have added to this infrastructure. The number of routers, switches and firewalls running in synchronized fashion necessary for production and […]

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