It’s a no-brainer: Two things you should do for E-Rate discounts of up to 90 percent

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The Schools and Libraries program, also known as the E-rate program, makes telecommunications and information services more affordable for schools and libraries in the United States. The E-rate provides discounted telecommunications, Internet access, and internal connections to eligible schools and libraries, funded by the Universal Service Fund.

One Size Fits None: Why SD-WAN Implementations Demand a Custom Approach

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When it comes to mid-market businesses…they are often underserved by telecommunications providers. They’ll see offerings somewhere in between those optimized for large companies, and bundled services for smaller businesses. Mid sized companies can get stuck, with much more complex IT needs than SMB, and far fewer resources than the enterprise giants.

Cloud services are only as strong as the networks that connect them

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Will the cloud be the future of IT? Market intelligence and advisory services firm IDC recently released an insightful survey to answer that question.  Participants included 300 U.S.-based CIO and CTO staff members, knowledgeable about their companies’ network architecture, cloud, WAN and data center infrastructure strategies...

Empereon Marketing: Scalable CCaaS

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Empereon Marketing works with leading companies to provide customer care, sales, technical support and help desk services. When it needed a solution that could respond to unpredictable call volumes and technology changes, Empereon turned to Windstream for Contact Center as a Service (CCaaS) and MPLS transport services.