What You Need to Know About Container Technology and SD-WAN

Bringing cloud-native tech to SD-WAN isn’t just about using SD-WAN to connect multiple clouds. In this post, we will talk about how combining container technology and SD-WAN could benefit your company.

How SD-WAN Can Help the Restaurant Industry

Here’s a question for you: What’s the most important business driver for a multi-site restaurant chain? The answer has nothing to do with food, equipment or even personnel. Hands-down, the most important element is connectivity. Think about it. In today’s ultra-connected world, a multi-site restaurant could not last 10 minutes without connectivity. When the network … Read more

10 Reasons to Use SD-WAN

In today’s business environment, you can’t afford to have poor Internet connections. With so many business-critical applications hosted in the cloud, downtime or unreliable connections can cost you dearly. In addition, if your business has multiple locations, you also need to connect all the offices through an external network and the most common solution is … Read more

8 Ways for Differentiating Your Brand With VoIP

No matter the industry and no matter the business, maintaining a competitive edge can be incredibly difficult. This is especially true for businesses that don’t have the right communication methods in place. Many businesses have discovered making the switch to VoIP technology to be one of the smartest moves they’ve ever made. The key to … Read more

SD-WAN: The 4 Benefits for Internet Service Providers

As an ISP, you are critical to the functioning of your customers businesses.  Your connectivity and services ensure that customers remain online, all the time, while playing a key role in their use of web-hosted and cloud-based applications.  And, minimizing support tickets while increasing customer satisfaction, revenues, and margins, drives your business. SD-WAN gives you … Read more

Managed SD-WAN Success Story

Mr Scaffold, an Australian scaffolding company had a problem: none of the connectivity options available could deliver the throughput their temporary sites needed. Due to security (navy base) and the temporary nature of the sites, getting access to a permanent high-throughput fixed-line was not an option. Also, they did not have the line-of-sight to connect … Read more

Bonded Internet vs. MPLS

In our effort to help businesses navigate the ever-changing digital landscape to meet their connectivity needs, we often come across legacy private Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) data service. From our experience, we’ve found that MPLS based WAN has 2 major headaches for network administrators: 1. Cost prohibitive: up to 10X the price of typical Internet … Read more