How Does SD-WAN Work?

How Does SD-WAN Work?

This is the second post in our series about SD-WAN, the first was What is SD-WAN, which described what an SD-WAN is and highlighted some business applications.  This second post is a high-level description of how an SD-WAN works and a little bit about what makes it...
What is SD-WAN?

What is SD-WAN?

This is the first post in a series that we are doing on an exciting new technology available for business called “SD-WAN”, or Software Defined Wide Area Network.  We will be posting articles on the various types of SD-WAN, how they work and what sorts of...
Verizon Decides to Throttle Video Streaming

Verizon Decides to Throttle Video Streaming

In somewhat of a surprise move, Verizon Wireless has decided to start throttling Video streaming on their popular unlimited plans.  Basically, they’ve turned one good unlimited plan into three bad unlimited plans.  They are introducing three new unlimited plans:...
Legal Trouble for CenturyLink

Legal Trouble for CenturyLink

CenturyLink, the nation’s third largest landline provider, is facing a set of class action lawsuits in seven states (Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon and Washington).  These lawsuits all stem from accusations of overbilling and billing for...
Verizon Shutting Down Its Public Cloud

Verizon Shutting Down Its Public Cloud

Verizon is shutting down its Public Cloud offering and giving its users two months – until April 12 – to move their data.  Their Public Cloud is the set of services that compete head to head withthe likes of Amazon, Google and Microsoft Azure.  Several...

Three Telecom Mistakes Most Organizations Make During a Merger

Mergers and Acquisitions have long been a fact of life in corporate America, and increasingly they are a fact of life in the nonprofit sector as well.  Reading the news about the recent merger between Kraft Foods and Heinz to create Kraft Heinz Co., is a reminder that...

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