A TBI Case Study
Telecom Master Agent and technology distributor, TBI, highlights Woman of the Channel, Jessie Perchonok from TBI.
Disaster Recovery as a Service, or DRaaS as it is more commonly known, is an essential part of a well thought out business continuity (BC) plan. Business continuity plans refer to the systems of prevention and recovery that are put in place to deal with potential threats. I typically ask my customers if they have a disaster recovery plan in place to safeguard their key IT systems that run their business applications. There are two types of customers, the ones who understand the importance of DRaaS and business continuity and have plans in place and those that don’t understand the full scope of DRaaS and business continuity and therefore do not have plans in place to safeguard themselves against potential threats.
In the past week, we have seen an incredible change in how the country is reacting to the pandemic. Just last week many organizations were attempting to create or solidify contingency plans “if” the need to transition to a remote workforce arose - this week, that became a reality for a large majority of organizations across the globe. From finance and marketing to technology and education, working from home has suddenly become the “new normal” for the foreseeable future, and securing your remote workforce has become a top concern.
Telecom Master Agent and technology distributor TBI highlights Woman of the Channel, Jackie Balkus from Spectrum.
Jackie started her Telecom career in 2003 at AT&T as a Direct Sales Representative. She has spent the last 7 years in the Channel at Spectrum Enterprise working with partners to help grow their business with Spectrum.
All companies, including those not yet directly impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak, have a limited amount of time to make sure that they are prepared if/when the virus hits their area, maybe even directly in their organization. Right now, companies are advised to do a function-by-function audit as well as a holistic overview to identify areas needing immediate attention— addressing network security gaps, revisiting work from home policies, or tackling potential operational shortfalls, such as lack of cloud communication tools.
Telecom Master Agent and technology distributor, TBI, highlights Woman of the Channel, Melissa Bruns from TBI.
Today, channel partners are dealing with more complex environments than ever before. While this pace of change has led to unprecedented growth in our industry, the onslaught of information on the latest technology from vendors and distributors can be overwhelming at best. On bad days, we can shut down, stay in our lane and focus on what we’re comfortable with – network, managed and cloud services.
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Today’s workloads and application demands require networks to be configured for prioritization as well as easy and quick access to clouds and colocation. IaaS refers to cloud-based infrastructure resources delivered to organizations via virtualization technology that helps build and manage servers, network, operating systems, and data storage. It eliminates the need for remote access hardware, helps with data replication and virtual access, offers security options, and provides an operational expense model.
This download will provide insight into three real-world scenarios to help illustrate the benefits of IaaS for small to mid-sized businesses.
The IaaS market is projected to post a CAGR of 31.45% between 2020-2024. (Market Reports World)
Telecom Master Agent and technology distributor TBI highlights Woman of the Channel, Sara Wollesen from IntelePeer.
As the Sr. Manager of Partner Marketing, Sara Wollesen is responsible for developing and implementing marketing activities across all areas of IntelePeer’s indirect partner channel.
TBI's Emily Ball and Bryan Reynolds deliver March Channel News.
Telecom Master Agent and technology distributor, TBI, highlights Woman of the Channel, Jennifer Kim from TBI.
Telecom Master Agent and technology distributor TBI highlights Woman of the Channel, Tiffany Harris from Spectrum.
Tiffany, a Regional Channel Manager for Spectrum Enterprise, has been with the company for 9 years, as both a coax and fiber direct sales rep.
Telecom Master Agent and technology distributor, TBI, highlights Woman of the Channel, Heather Huss from TBI.
By now, you’ve no doubt read a dozen or more “predictions” pieces and have heard all the buzzwords from the industry about 5G, AI, edge compute, and more, but so what? As a business owner, new tech and buzzwords do little to help your bottom line. Understanding how these things are directly impacting your customers so you can continue to meet their needs while also growing your business is the type of information you’re probably after.
Security incidents can happen in the blink of an eye, leaving you little time to react. With the Verizon Rapid Response Retainer service, you can react quickly to mitigate threats. You get access to the expertise, tools, and intelligence you need to limit the theft of data, preserve incident evidence, and maintain your reputation.
As the next decade begins to unfold, digital transformation conversations will pivot to the change experience—improving the move to the cloud and what it means for organizations as a whole, their network and data, as well as both employees and customers. We’re already seeing technologies such as AI and machine learning taking the lead by automating specific business functions and making strides to improve process and overall experiences.
Worldwide Spending on Digital Transformation Will Reach $2.3 Trillion in 2023 (IDC)