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Embrace The Cloud

June 10th, 2019

As Information Technology becomes more and more strategic and critical in impacting an organization’s bottom line, companies look to the Cloud to decrease IT complexity and drive ROI. For some organizations, Cloud solutions can be more secure, predictable and scalable than on-premise solutions.

Hackers, cyber-terrorists, natural disasters, and man-made disasters are no match for the Cloud. When you consolidate your hardware infrastructure or become completely hardware independent with a virtual disaster recovery and business continuity solution, you can provide a seamless,  (More…)

VOIP, The Cloud, and Other Telecom Head-Scratchers

December 16th, 2016


When it comes to technology, the jargon can be pretty complicated. With all of the acronyms and complex definitions, how are you supposed to distinguish the important stuff from the fluff?
 
At TCS, we know that understanding the ins and outs of your telephone service is enough to make your head spin. To lighten your load, we are giving you a helpful  (More…)

The Cloud is the Real Deal! Myths Busted!!

February 22nd, 2016

For many, the cloud is still a mystery. In fact, there’s so much complexity surrounding it that, for a wary IT manager, things can easily become foggy. Do a Google search right now on “cloud computing,” and you’ll find thousands of varying results—some nice and others not so much. So, how can IT teams dig deep to discover the truths of the cloud? Two words: the numbers.
It may seem that not a day goes by that a skeptical IT manager  (More…)

Best Path to the Cloud – Part 2

September 18th, 2015

Centralised VoIP architectures make it possible today to imagine Cloud-based telephony with central infrastructure hosted and managed by a vendor or an outsourcer at one end and business sites equipped with little more than telephone sets at the other end.

This trend is in line with broader trends to outsource IT services and also the acceptance that land-line telephone services are no longer  (More…)