unified communications as a service (UCaaS)

RingCentral Endorses Cato Networks Answering Key SD-WAN Reliability Questions

RingCentral Endorses Cato Networks Answering Key SD-WAN Reliability Questions

Whenever I talk to telecom groups and organizations about running their critical apps across SD-WAN, at some point the tough question gets popped. It might come after a few drinks or slides (take your pick) but there’s usually this pause as they process the SD-WAN value prop and then they ask, “Yeah, Phil, SD-WAN sounds great and all, but what about resilience? Do you think SD-WAN’s got the uptime and predictability to replace legacy technologies, such as MPLS?”

Connecting Geographies for a Global Business Presence in 2017

Companies headquartered in the United States and abroad are identifying regions beyond their borders as the greatest potential growth areas for their businesses. According to the latest Wells Fargo International Business Indicator, a majority of U.S. companies expect an increase in non-U.S. revenue over the next 12 months as they continue to pursue business opportunities in international markets. The report also notes the ongoing value in doing business globally, with 47 percent of U.S.

UCaaS and CPaaS Merging

Once upon a time there were two totally separate industries: unified communications as a service (UCaaS), the application; and communications platform as a service (CPaaS), the platform. But the distinction between these services is getting fuzzy.

In this Industry Buzz podcast, the UCStrategies Experts review the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Unified Communications as a Service, Worldwide.

Windstream Releases Unified Communications as a Service Solution

Unified Communications will be made available as a service through Windstream soon, with the announcement of nationwide availability of its enterprise-class Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) offering. This is a fully managed cloud-based solution, using Windstream's Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) networking and offered at a flat monthly rate.

Four Ways Mid-Market Firms Can Find Their Ideal Unified Communications Client

Companies today have to continually improve business efficiency and processes in order to stay competitive. In addition, they also need to process applications and services closely aligned with developing business requirements. Unified communications as a Service (UCaaS) can substantially help them transform their enterprises to accomplish these goals.