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  On the morning of October 21 st , many smartphones were quieter than usual. Instead of lighting up with notifications from sites like Twitter, or streaming music via Spotify, a distributed denial of service attack (DDoS) took them down throughout the East Coast.   How were so many sites hit simultaneously? It’s simple. A single attack on Dyn, one of the largest internet management businesses in the United States, brought...

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Mobile devices have become mainstream tools in a wide variety of industries. Whether it is a sales team working from their cars to bring in new business, a worker telecommuting from home, or an executive reviewing information between meetings, mobile devices have changed how business is done. Finding ways to allow everyone access to the information they need, while allowing new data to be input into...

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On November 10, 2015, Gil Press of Forbes Magazine wrote an article called Transform or Die: IDC's Top Technology Predictions for 2016. Based on IDC's research, Press commented on Hosted UC, saying "A significant portion of today’s IT suppliers will be acquired, merged, downsized, or significantly re-positioned. In this environment, enterprises will have to constantly monitor and assess the solutions offered by their suppliers and partners and be...

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    Matthews Buses first approached us at VocalPoint Consulting when they were trying to get a handle on their telecom spend. As a successful business, they have multiple locations throughout New York, The Carolinas, and Florida. Unfortunately, after years of operation the variety of tacked on telecom services and fees had created a lot of confusion within their staff. Employees were having trouble discerning which services...

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The Cloud is awesome! There is no doubt that it has changed the way we work and the way we do business. If you don't think so, all you have to do is look at computer manufacturers. Customers these days are opting for speedier solid state drives rather than slower, yet larger, optical drives. Why? Because, more and more data is being stored in the...

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