Category Archive: Cloud Computing

Cloud Computing is a whole set of acronymes including SaaS, PaaS, Iaas, ASP etc.

Dec 20

Global Microsoft Lync 2013 roll-out and conferencing

Global Microsoft Lync 2013 roll-out and conferencing. Explanation on what is needed and a stepped approach on what to do. Benefits are explained and cost savings can be achieved

May 05

Office365 public beta released, are you ready for the cloud?

Via my employer Orange Business Services I already had an Office365 beta user account from december 2010. Building on the great experience I have been dying to write about the great functionality, easy of use and flexibility, not to mention the user friendlyness. Microsoft has year of experience on building practical interfaces and has many …

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Apr 18

Deploying SIP trunking and Enterprise benefits

SIP trunking is the way forward in centralizing voice within global organizations providing cost benefits and centralizes governance on voice.

Feb 19

Challenges in your Cloud Roadmap and how to overcome!

hybrid cloud

The multiple buzzwords for cloud computing makes understanding it confusing. Public, Private and Hybrid Clouds are explained.

Nov 17

Will the Microsoft Lync 2010 introduction change the Unified Communications Landscape of tomorrow?

Summary of the Microsoft Lync 2010 launch event and partner press releases.

Aug 30

Who wants to miss the Cloud? Cisco to buy Skype?

For over a year there has been a clear customer demand for the topic Cloud and SaaS (software as a service).  A big trend these days that companies combine both on-premise solutions with cloud based connectors. Some examples: Cisco acquired Scansafe and combined this with their on-premise acquisition of Ironport Cisco acquires Webex. Solution for …

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Aug 29

The Internet as a Business Transport Medium, a low ROI or risky business?

More and more enterprises today are using the internet. Not only as a destination for browsing or accessing their SaaS / Cloud Services, but also as replacement for private connectivity. Business traffic is then encrypted into IPsec tunnels and transported over the internet between two business locations. Main driver is the perceived cost benefit. The …

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Aug 28

Orange Business boosting cloud capabilities by acquiring Alsy

Yesterday Orange Business Services announced they acquiring Alsy, one of the leading integrators of Microsoft communications solutions in France. Take a look here for the press release. Alsy was one of the larger Microsoft partners in France, adding another 140 Microsoft specialists to the already good capabilities of Orange Business Services. Orange has set a …

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