Free videoconferencing services are great for pleasure, but when real business is being done you can’t count on the infrastructure of a free service. What you need to ensure your calls go off without a hitch is a Video as a Service (VaaS) cloud provider.
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InterOp is the leading independent technology conference and expo designed to inspire, inform, and connect the world’s IT community. We gathered a list of some of our favorite exhibitors from InterOp New York.
Big Data is the latest technology buzzword. It’s discussed in industries as different as Corporate America and education. Everybody’s talking about it, but what is it? How do you use it? And what does it mean for K-12 education?
Google has built out a massive public cloud over the past several years. For a long time Google marketed their cloud system toward developers, as other cloud service providers had before it. Now, Google wishes to make a push into the lucrative corporate market. They have already landed accounts, such as Snapchat, that use their […]
There are several configurations for setting up a cloud system for your company’s needs. Which system suits your needs best? Learn about each in our feature.
Cloud computing and mobility are broadening the use of technology throughout organizations and creating opportunities to revamp workflow. Business Process Automation (BPA) is one such area that’s poised for expansion in the coming years, not just among traditional enterprise-size companies, but among small and medium-sized businesses as well.
Two IT pros share tips on how to prepare your organization’s network for BYOD as mobile device use continues to gain popularity in the workplace. To prevent your network speed from slowing down, IT should plans for density, manage mobile applications on the network and create a clear BYOD policy for employees.
Public cloud storage solutions have found their way into small businesses, but not all are created equal. Here’s a roundup of the standouts.
The best apps for IT pros. With these mobile apps, you can interact with your network from any location using your Apple iOS or Android mobile device. This collection of apps presents 11 highly rated mobile tools that will accomplish a variety of network tasks. Also included are a few IT toolkits that can accommodate most tasks from connection speed tests to network monitoring. Other apps account for multiple specific network tools from Ping and DNS reports to mobile apps that mimic network and administration and control software.
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