Integration Partners 1st Annual Pinewood Derby
Integration Partners 1st Annual Pinewood Derby
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Integration Partners invades the International Avaya User Group conference in Boston Massachusetts
BOSTON, April 25, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Integration Partners www.integrationpartners.com an award winning network solutions provider has introduced CERTAINTY, enabling solutions which nurture intelligent and flexible support to solve business challenges and offer a path to cloud computing.
“The new service is uniquely designed to give customers a complement of program features which directly market to a customer’s business constituents the value of information technology services while increasing productivity and reduced costs. CERTAINTY solutions offer a customer the control on the quality and outcomes they desire with the ability to personally select the amount of support they need,” said Michael Ciano, Head of Managed Services at Integration Partners.
“Customers want to eliminate capital costs and increase their business efficiency in order to stay competitive. Our differentiator is a service that’s dynamic and scalable. Based on a collaborative effort with our customer base we have designed a service around the customer’s strategy and pace.”
Ensuring the successful support of advanced technologies is critical to maintaining customer confidence and satisfaction with their networks. A fully customizable solution, CERTAINTY enables customers to focus on running their business while the network is running at peak performance levels.
Gartner has published their 2011 Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Network Firewalls. Key points outlined in the report include:
Avaya Flare Communicator provides employees and their companies with the following capabilities and benefits:
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Integration Partners accepts award from the global Juniper Networks Partner Conference. Integration Partners is the 2011 Juniper Networks Eastern Region Partner of the Year.
Integration Partners wins 2011 Juniper Networks Eastern Region Partner of the Year Award!
Call agents are very familiar with borders controllers. These devices control the call admissions to the network at the border of that network to help regulate the amount of calls where an agent is working. Session Border Controllers are Voice-over Internet Protocol (VoIP) devices, which can also perform many other necessary call control functions.
There are two main parts to a session border controller; the signaling and the media functions.
The signaling function of the session border controller controls access to the base of the network and can maneuver the details of the message. The media function of the session border controller controls access to the media bundles and obstructs any chance at theft.
A “session” is any real-time voice, video, presence, instant messaging or multimedia collaboration session using IP session-layer signaling protocols, such as SIP or H.323.
The “border” is any IP-IP network border and the “control” functions satisfy critical enterprise requirements in five major areas:
Session Border Controllers also act as a firewall, preventing customers or other providers from learning the specific details about how the network is constructed or how the calls are routed. Session Border Controllers can either be centralized or distributed depending on the company’s needs.
For countless companies, Hurricane Irene provided a chance for IT firms to test the effectiveness of their disaster recovery and business continuity plans.
First and foremost, companies needed to ensure continuous data center services, and preliminary evidence seems to indicate they succeeded. The centers themselves were well-protected from the elements; many, for example, are designed with raised floors to minimize flood damage. At the same time, plans to back-up data offsite went off without a hitch. As a result, a majority of east coast data centers operated seamlessly, without any major disruption to customers.
The only major bit of disconcerting news comes from Vermont, where serious flooding affected the state’s website and damaged hardware.
Disaster preparedness and recovery is, of course, predicated on the sound execution of technology to enable data back-up and replication. However, many companies experience the most severe failure points in the areas of process management. For example, companies may fail to institute a coherent chain of command to enable quick decision-making. They may also fail to prioritize the data that may be at risk, taking a costly “one-size fits all” approach.