Moving your Telephony to the Cloud (Part 2 – Hybrid Voice)

Each day, I am blessed to have the opportunity to help our great customers solve their business challenges to achieve more. In the previous post, I shared how I was working with a customer to provide telephony in the Cloud with Office 365.  These capabilities (Cloud PBX and PSTN Calling) are great if your users are…

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Moving your Telephony to the Cloud with Office 365

Each day, I am blessed to have the opportunity to help our great customers solve their business challenges to achieve more. Recently, I met with a customer who had an aging phone system and they were looking to upgrade their phone system.  They wanted to minimize on-premise PBX hardware needed and move to a cloud powered…

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Planning Your Network for Exchange in Office 365 (Part 2) – Bandwidth, Latency, TCP Connections

Each day, I am blessed to have the opportunity to help our great customers solve their business challenges to achieve more. Continuing on from my prior post:  We are discussing the network impact of moving to Office 365 .  In this session, we will investigate the bandwidth impact.  Before Office 365, my customer’s 15,000 users would connect to…

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Planning Your Network for Exchange in Office 365 (Part 1)

Each day, I am blessed to have the opportunity to help our great customers solve their business challenges to achieve more. I recently was working with a large health insurance provider (15K+ users) and they were looking at moving their email from running on Exchange servers on-premises to Exchange in Office 365.  After moving to Office 365,…

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Enabling Your Conference Rooms for Modern Collaboration

Each day, I am blessed to have the opportunity to help our great customers solve their business challenges to achieve more. Last week, I worked with an great R&D company that was looking to transform their conference rooms to enable collaboration across their many offices.  This is a common scenario and in fact, studies have discovered…

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