During my more than 13-year career as a senior systems engineer, I have always tried to help our customers acquire the most appropriate wireless equipment to fit their needs. To do this, I start out by asking the most important question first, “Have you ever had a wireless site survey done?”
As you’re probably aware, VMware vSphere Enterprise Edition went end-of-sale almost a year ago on June 30, 2016. This announcement doesn’t necessarily induce an immediate need to act – you can continue buying support for your existing Enterprise Edition licenses up until March 2020. At that time, the product will reach its End of General Support (EOGS) date and become an unsupported product.
Enterprise Connect is always a great experience; one I look forward to every year. This past week, the 2017 Enterprise Connect in Orlando, FL marked my third straight year attending this conference. As a seasoned vet, I have learned to look for the overall trend or theme of the conference. In my eyes, this year had two major talking points.
Cisco has been busy over the last month making changes and adding new product/features into Spark. Spark is Cisco’s cloud-based tool that allows organizations to communicate efficiently through phone, video and their web app. Learn how Spark has taken the way we do business to the next level.
Syracuse will no longer be home to just 315 dialers, but is adding a new 680 area code to its snowy streets. Why the sudden change? Syracuse, and the surrounding area, is running out of 315 area code phone numbers. To fix this, the state Public Service Commission introduced 680 as an overlay area code to the original 315.