How to Secure Microsoft Office 365

May 20, 2020
Author: Robert Moore | Systems Engineer  Microsoft Office 365 does an amazing job with out-of-the-box deployment for their entire stack. Everything from Email to SharePoint to Teams. However, out-of-the-box still requires care to ensure deployments are successful and safe. While click to deploy is great, and for most companies makes choosing Microsoft a no-brainer, security is something that should be considered.   The ability to use a single logon for Email, […]

IoT + Communications Services = Benefits

April 20, 2020
Author: Clayton Banka | Product Engineer In today’s world, it seems that everything is connected – well, almost everything. But with the continued growth of the internet of things (IoT) – a network of internet-connected objects able to collect and exchange data – soon, everything will be able to connect. In fact, according to Business […]

One check to write. It’s that simple.

March 31, 2020
Author: Garth Rouble | Director Of Billing Business Development Telecom expense professionals managing multiple locations, across different states, among different vendors and carriers, are always looking for ways to streamline the management of their communications invoices. Maintaining internal account payable staff to manage the variety of service providers a typical enterprise utilizes is expensive and […]

Tips on How to Successfully Work from Home

March 16, 2020
Author: Jim Bain | Field Operations Manager So you are going to work from home because of the Coronavirus.  This is definitely not that Dos Equis virus from on Cinco de Mayo last year…  This is serious.  Add to that the change of figuring out how to from home instead of going to the office […]

Adjacent-Channel Interference

March 10, 2020
Author: James Rugh | Senior Data Network Engineer Network Operations Selecting appropriate channels for your enterprise WiFi system is critical to ensure the best performance and to avoid adjacent-channel interference. The designers of the 2.4 MHz WiFi standard allocated 11 channels in the US.  The problem is that they put them too close together. WiFi […]