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Were you busy last week? Here’s a quick tech news recap of articles you may have missed from the week of 7/20/2015.
While cloud adoption among SMBs continues to rise, there are still plenty of SMB customers I speak with who are reluctant to take advantage of what the cloud has to offer. Below are four examples of how cloud adoption can help SMBs excel.
Were you busy last week? Here’s a quick tech news recap of articles you may have missed from the week of 7/13/2015.
It’s possible that containers and container management tools like Docker will be the single most important thing to happen to the data center since the mainstream adoption of hardware virtualization in the 90s. In the past 12 months, the technology has matured beyond powering large-scale startups like Twitter and Yelp and found its way into the data centers of major banks, retailers and even NASA. When I first heard about Docker a couple years ago, I started off as a skeptic. I blew it off as skillful marketing hype around an old concept of Linux containers. But after incorporating it successfully into several projects at Spantree I am now a convert. It’s saved my team an enormous amount of time, money and headaches and has become the underpinning of our technical stack.
Were you busy last week? Here’s a quick tech news recap of articles you may have missed from the week of 7/6/2015.
There have been some big changes around Wave 2 Wireless Technologies. Most of these were discussed out at Cisco Live, which I was lucky enough to attend. A new technology called MU-MIMO has been introduced. It means multiple user, multiple input, multiple output. MU-MIMO allows us to dynamically allocate space allowing multiple users to do multiple transitions and getting more data and more sessions moving at the same time. We're also soon going to have 2.3 gigabit/second threshold. We will be moving tons more data through the wireless space! This is going to require bigger pipes to backhaul all of this information. Check out my short video below where I discuss these topics in more detail!
Were you busy last week with the long 4th of July weekend? Here’s a quick tech news recap of articles you may have missed from the week of 6/22/2015.
I wanted to give a quick update on the current state of the unified communications industry, some of the drivers that are influencing the market and some new advancements that have taken place. Presence and mobility, the basic concept of anyone connecting at anytime, anywhere on any device, continue to be really big drivers in the industry. Two other things that have jumped out as driving features are contact center and disaster recovery.