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January 31, 2019 BLog List Date Underline

Why UCaaS Providers Should Worry About Location Tracking

by John Macario

Earlier this January, reporters from Motherboard broke open a huge story about a shady location-tracking ecosystem that lets unauthorized third-parties track the physical location of customer’s smartphones.

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January 30, 2019 BLog List Date Underline

Will SD-WAN and SDN Crowd Out NFV?

by Chris Kolstad

SDN and NFV isn’t a winner-take-all platform war. It’s not VHS vs. Betamax or HD-DVD vs. Blu-Ray – they’re not mutually-exclusive technologies. Nonetheless, it’s very clear that SDN – specifically in the form of SD-WAN – is getting far more hype, attention, and growth than NFV.

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January 24, 2019 BLog List Date Underline

Adding VoIP to Containers – Can it Be Done?

by Kevin Isacks

For software developers, containers – tiny software instances that can run on any kind of server operating system – represent the future. Containerization platforms such as Docker have taken the world by storm because of their ease of use and scalability. Can this functionality be applied to UCaaS?

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January 22, 2019 BLog List Date Underline

VoIP, Skype, and the Rise of Telemedicine

by Brian Gregory

Going to the doctor’s office is always a chore. It’s usually expensive, depending on your health insurance plan, and it’s honestly difficult to plan your entire day around visiting a doctor, have them take a single glance at the rash, mole, or injury you’re worried about, and say, “you’ll be fine.”

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January 17, 2019 BLog List Date Underline

3 Ways that SD-WAN can Lower Your TCO

by Chris Kolstad

Let’s get this out of the way – traditional WAN connectivity costs more than it should. According to Gartner, the average enterprise spends 25% of its budget on network maintenance and commits 15% of its staff to network-related tasks.

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January 15, 2019 BLog List Date Underline

The Top Trends in Unified Communications

by John Macario

The market for unified communications (UC) is moving at a constantly accelerated pace. Even the most well-equipped enterprises can have trouble figuring out their next moves - there is no unalterable standard that applies across the board.

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