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The Teams Video Conferencing Dilemma

[fa icon="calendar'] November 24, 2020 - Written by Jaymes Krueger
Posted in Collaboration

The Human Video Factor 

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Standardizing a Teams Instant Messaging Platform

[fa icon="calendar'] November 16, 2020 - Written by Jaymes Krueger
Posted in Collaboration

In part 2 of our exploration of Teams Instant Messaging and Collaboration Tools (Read Part 1 here), we'll be comparing Microsoft Teams, Webex Teams, Slack, and briefly Zoom to determine which ones may offer the best solution. We’ll cover the initial draw to implementing Teams platforms, interoperability between platforms, and some drawbacks to third party integration (as a way of creating a standardized platform that fits with your existing tools). Let’s get to it.  

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Team Collaboration Software Introduction

[fa icon="calendar'] November 10, 2020 - Written by Jaymes Krueger
Posted in Collaboration

In this overview, we’ll discuss the overarching considerations that affect organizations when making the switch to virtual collaboration technology. Stay tuned for the two follow-up articles that will compare popular solutions and highlight issues impacting each prospective options level of effectiveness for organizations. Let’s get started! 

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Implementing Cisco DNA in Your Organization

[fa icon="calendar'] June 4, 2020 - Written by Jaymes Krueger
Posted in Cloud, Data Center, Intelligent Networks

The events of 2020 have already presented challenges to organizations across the globe. As businesses have rushed to implement work-from-home models, IT professionals have felt the sudden and expansive demands of maintaining secure network connectivity for a large number of people housed in various locations. Simplicity and efficiency have been key for ensuring smooth business continuity in this new, remote environment.

With that in mind, is this the year to seriously consider implementing a Digital Network Architecture (DNA)? In fact, should you even care about Cisco DNA? There are many factors to consider when deciding whether Cisco DNA is the right solution for your business. A few questions to explore are:

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Urgent E911 – Kari’s Law and Ray Baum’s Act

[fa icon="calendar'] April 6, 2020 - Written by Jaymes Krueger
Posted in Intelligent Networks, Security

President Trump signed two separate Enhanced 911 (E911) changes into law in 2018. Both are designed to improve Americans’ access to emergency services regardless of the underlying voice communications platform. Complying with these changes may involve additional licensing and other expenses in 2020.

 

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