IT Business Edge Highlights Qwest Business Slideshow, "Five Real-World Tactics to Protect Your Enterprise Networks"
Today's successful businesses run at the speed of light, requiring employees and corporate assets to be available and accessible 24x7. Enterprises must find ways to allow rapid, flexible access while protecting themselves from serious risk.
This is the first article in a two-part series featuring Qwest CTO Pieter Poll on selling the enterprise on making the IPv6 migration. Selling enterprise customers on an IPv6 migration plan with no obvious return on investment (ROI) is not easy. Whether your sales reps are coaxing expense-phobic CFOs or skeptical IT professionals, service providers will face resistance. As such, carriers must pitch the IPv6 transition as a gradual process that enables business continuity, rather than relying on Y2K-style scare tactics.
CTO Edge Features Article by Qwest CTO Pieter Poll: "Engineering Today's Network for Tomorrow's Internet Experience"
The next generation of telecommunications networks will change the world in new and exciting ways just as they always have. I believe that future is here and already taking shape as the telecommunications industry morphs into something entirely new: an experience driven by the customer.
Recently, Qwest's National Network Services Vice President Eric Bozich outlined the company's plans to include Cloud Computing services into its business solutions portfolio in an early April edition of the Denver Business Journal.
Increased demand for cloud-based services is driving the need for increased data center capacity, including a new Washington D.C.-area facility opened today by Qwest Communications.
Light Reading Chief Editor, Events, Carol Wilson weighs in on Qwest's efforts to "bring sophisticated security solutions to a new group of customers: small to mid-sized businesses."
Read vice president of product management, Eric Bozich's take on the benefits of Qwest Metro Optical Ethernet (QMOE) to health information technology (HIT) in this special USA Today insert. Find out how Qwest is "Creating Medical Records That Talk" on page six.
Qwest is seeing its greatest demand from business customers who aren't big enough to gain the necessary economies of scale from operating their own data centers but still want security, reliability, and scalability. Eric Bozich, vice president of national services for Qwest, talks to Light Reading about this trend.
Qwest CTO, Pieter Poll, shares how Qwest is on top of the wireless data deluge???the sending of text messages, e-mails, and photos sent from smartphones???by helping to widen the data highway with wireless backhaul equipment and services.
Teresa Taylor shares her thoughts on listening, leadership, hiring, and keeping it simple with Adam Bryant of the New York Times in an article titled, "Everything on One Calendar, Please."