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The Mighty Light of Wall Street

Going private has been a thing for the last few years. Avaya did it. Dell did it. PGI did it. Polycom is doing it. Now Rackspace is being bought out by private equity. Dell and Rackspace had the same...

CompTIA's 2016 MSP Study

In CompTIA's 2016 MSP study, the take-away is that MSPs expect to make more revenue, but they don't know how that will be. "Their optimism is countered by continuing worries about their role in a market increasingly dominated by...

A Short Set of Things that Happened

Why is GTT not announcing their purchase of RealLinx? They acquired this company over 2 weeks ago for a $13M. [source] Apparently, some of RealLinx is running Hypercom. Samsung acquires Joyent. "The Joyent team pioneered public cloud computing (and...

Is Hosted PBX the Emperor's New Clothes?

Since 2004 when I started blogging, I have blogged about a hardware solution less than 2 dozen times - and not one product review. I have talked with OneAccess, a hardware company that was launching a new line of...

What Does Hybrid Cloud Look Like?

Every business has a Hybrid Cloud environment. Yep. Just about all of them. So all this hype about hybrid cloud is just that... Hype. Let me explain. In 2003, a business would have ACT! CRM installed on one computer....

Data Center Outlook for 2016

In this 14 minute podcast with COLOTRAQ CEO Dany Bouchedid, we look at the data center space as we start off 2016. There are differences among colocation, enterprise data center and service provider data center. Lastly we mention how...

And Start the New Year Now (Tidbits # 2427)

ITEXPO is in Ft Lauderdale in 20 days. Will you be there? Our ITEXPO panel on Open Source for Service Providers will be using Dialogic's study, which is examined in this blog post by Jim Machi of Dialogic. Some...

Collision of Titans

As the hype would have you believe, the world is moving to the cloud. Well, it is happening, just not as fast as many say (or hope). For one thing, migrating software to the cloud is not as simple...

HP, The Idea Economy and You!

HP is re-organizing. It was quite the behemoth: "a $110 billion company that operated in 120 countries with more than 700 legal entities, and an IT infrastructure that spanned three data centers." Meg Whitman penned a look at HP...

COLOTRAQ Talking About DCI-TRAQ

Dany Bouchedid, CEO at COLOTRAQ, a data center and cloud master agency, joins me for a 7 minute podcast about their soon to be released "cloud based software for agents and clients" named DCI-TRAQ. DCI-TRAQ will allow agents to...

A Cloud View from AVANT

In our second take of this podcast - the first one had audio difficulties - AVANT Communications' co-founder Drew Lydecker and AVANT's new Chief Cloud Officer, Ron Hayman, join me for a 12 minute discussion on cloud, vendors and...

2 Cloud Studies

Frost & Sullivan Report: Hosted VoIP/ UC Users to Reach 42 Million by 2021 in North America. 42 million??? There are 28 million small businesses in the US according to the SBA. Seems like in the next 6 years,...

Oh, the Promise of UC

"Research released by MDS noted that 75% of IT and telecom decision-makers were actively seeking to move towards a UC infrastructure sometime in the imminent future."[source: CV] According to an Infoweek survey, "more companies are using Unified Communications than...

Sales is Transitioning, Are Salespeople?

Insurance companies had to learn how to sell in today's marketplace, too. (See GapingVoid here.) It is the age of the smarter conversation. Sales has to be about the business and its goals and outcomes. Otherwise sales cycles will...

The Dip for Channel Partners

In the Art of Charm podcast with Seth Godin is a good listen, especially when Seth explains The Dip (at 8:30). On the pre-med school path in college, The Dip is Organic Chemistry. You have to pass it in...

Cloud, the Desktop and Sales

At the ISP and CLEC show I just spoke at, there was a lot of talk about cloud services and desktop as a service. It would appear that a good chunk of ISP business in the US is residential....

Demystifying the Cloud

The Internet never forgets. This video from Microcorp's One-on-One in 2010 was a panel I was a moderator for about cloud services, including VPS. We even talked about colocation. The panel was InContact, Qwest and Savvis (both now CenturyLink)...

Merger Noise in June

BroadSoft gobbled up mPortal, which "designs and develops customer experiences across mobile, web and other connected devices." [Marketing noise for app and portal.] It turns out that BroadSoft Design is actually mPortal. It has something to do with BroadSoft's...

Citrix and Grasshopper Make a Good Pair

Citrix has many products - DaaS, NetScaler, ZenApp, SingleSignon and the GoTo suite of products: GoToAssist, GoToMyPC, GoToMeeting, GoToTraining, GoToWebinar, Podio and ShareFile. Citrix is firmly in the cloud, collaboration and remote worker space. Nabbing Grasshopper was probably a...

IPR Secure's Channel Chief on Merger and More

IPR Secure's VP of Channels & Partners, Kirk Horton, stopped by for another podcast despite how busy they are over there. IPR is merging with Next Solutions Group. This will add data center footprint and cloud services to their...

End of Year Tidbits

Stop watching the news. Seriously. It's nothing but depressing stuff. It is no way to end the day (go to sleep) or no way to start the day. Read something for 15 minutes instead. Want some ideas? Seth's blog...

Backup Consolidation Happening

Merger news CenturyLink grabbed Cognilytics...

Can You Find the Bestseller Effect?

In the world of telecom - T1's, broadband, WAN - we know who the buyer is and why he is buying - or we assume it based on experience. (Maybe we should stop assuming WHY they buy?) But in...

Becoming a Cloud Services Provider

I moderated a good discussion today about becoming a Cloud Services Provider. The slides are here: In the CLEC space, the best examples of this shift are EarthLink and Cbeyond. It takes a new business model and a change...

Between the NSA and the Courts, US Cloud is Dead

After all the Snowden revelations about PRISM and other programs that the NSA and other government agencies amass personal information about every person on the planet, the US Cloud Providers took a hit, especially in Europe, where the privacy...
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