Category Archives: Mobile

Maintaining Employee Productivity with an Enterprise BYOD Environment

By Chris Davis Enterprise Product Marketing on July 2, 2013

With the consumerization of enterprise mobility, the BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) trend is generating a growing percentage of employees who are using personal devices to conduct business. Old news I know. These devices are not only being used for traditional communication functions, but also to access business applications and resources. Continue reading

Samsung and – A Winning Combination

We have been partnered with Samsung for over 10 years and of course there’s a story behind them. When DiscountCall first started in 1996, we only sold phone lines and Internet services mainly through T1’s through our Referral Partner Program. They always say your customers will tell you how to grow and that was the case. Numerous customers constantly asked me for a reference to someone who could sell them a phone system and I kept passing them out like a dealer in a poker room. Then the calls started coming in. “Randy, the reference was a nice guy and all but he’s always too busy to answer my questions”. “That guy forgot to tell me how to program my voicemail”. “Randy, do you have anyone else you can recommend?”. Needless to say, I was officially in the phone system business right then.  I first needed to pick a brand and decided it would only be one unlike most PBX Vendors, which carry at least two or more. I’ll give business reasons on another post, or email me.

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Cloud Disaster Recovery Infographic by eVault

Disaster recovery is a hot topic for businesses, especially in hurricane prone areas of the country. eVault put together an informative infographic that walks us through a case study on how one NYC company sidestepped revenue losses during Hurricane Sandy. Kleinfield Bridal survived a perfect storm thanks to Cloud Disaster Recovery services. Continue reading

In-Memory Computing Is Racing Towards Mainstream Adoption

The rapid maturation of application infrastructure technologies and a continued dramatic decline in the cost of semiconductor technologies are paving the way for mainstream use of in-memory computing (IMC). Gartner, Inc. said that although the in-memory data grid (IMDG) market, a key IMC segment, is small, it is likely to grow fast and to reach $1 billion by 2016.

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