Sell an alternative to traditional on-premises data centers. Colocation lets businesses rent space for data center equipment such as servers and other associated hardware in a secure and protected facility. Find your customer the right colocation provider to not only maintain and manage their data center but provide disaster recovery and business continuity.
Are your customers purchasing a cloud-based application? Don’t forget about the network. Those investing in an application should be maximizing its ability. Private network cloud connections improve performance and enhance the end-user experience. By offering a private and secure connection, you are recommending a predictable and fast solution for requests and responses from cloud resources.
Sick of hearing the cloud isn't secure or you aren't in control of your data? It's time to dismiss the myths about cloud security and get to know the facts. After all, it could turn into the perfect sales opportunity.
As more companies virtualize servers within data centers, IT is finding that often it’s the network that impedes speed and adaption for new applications. Along with Ethernet services, network virtualization is what companies are currently focusing on to increase network performance.
Solution-specific questions can lead to high margin cloud wins. Here are some questions to ask and providers that can help.
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A hybrid solution offers the best of both cloud worlds. Learn the benefits of hybrid cloud, what questions to ask, and more.
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According to Gartner’s 2014 Market Trends report, "Key Trends in Unified Communications Technology, Adoption and Delivery", by 2017 approximately 48% of IT planners expect the cloud to be their primary deployment model for U.C. functionality.
Step into the cloud with hosted voice. Learn which providers fit your customers' needs with this hosted voice guide.
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Now is your opportunity to guide your customers into the next phase of their business technology strategy. Customize this flyer with your logo and contact information to send to your customers.
With Microsoft support for Windows Server 2003 ending on July 14th, establishing a migration plan for your customers is a top priority. Possible options include upgrading their server, moving to a hosted environment, or updating to Microsoft Office 365. But which is the best choice for them?
In the past, hardware, software, and connectivity services have been sold to your customers as standalone technology elements. Convergence changes this dynamic, bringing each of these components together into a single, unified, and fully-integrated buying experience.
There are many benefits your customer can gain by moving his voice or total communications to the cloud. For example, both Hosted VoIP and UCaaS will get your customer out of the time-consuming business of buying, maintaining, and updating his own hardware and software systems.
Are you new to the telecom industry and unsure of the best way to include telecom services in your portfolio?
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Our Cloud Application Cheat Sheets give you a crash course in some of the most popular Managed Application solutions your customers are looking for, like Microsoft Office 365, Microsoft Exchange, Desktop as a Service, and more.
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Getting ready to pitch telecom? Finding the perfect phone and internet service for your customer is a no-brainer with these simple discovery questions:
Five things to consider when choosing a provider
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