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Videxio: Meetings Made Simple

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Videxio: Meetings Made Simple

Meetings are crucial to effectively collaborate in business, but getting people together in the same office can be a headache. Having offices in multiple locations can make it even more difficult to manage. To help our clients be more efficient, we have partnered with Videxio to make it easier to bring everyone together from wherever they may be, even at a moment’s notice. Videxio provides cloud video conferencing services that create HD video connections so you can get everyone together from any device, location or network without the worry of needing to manage infrastructure. Using virtual...

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Onepath Is the 4th Fastest Growing Upper Middle-Market Company in Georgia

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Onepath Is the 4th Fastest Growing Upper Middle-Market Company in Georgia

Recently, we announced that Onepath Systems had been named an honoree by the Atlanta Chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth (ACG Atlanta) as one of the fastest growing companies in Georgia. Our CEO, Ron Self, and President of the Advanced Technologies Division, Chad Merrill, attended an event to honoring those named to this prestigious list. We are delighted to announce that at this event we were named 4th fastest growing company in Georgia for the upper middle-market group! It is thanks to the hard work of our great staff and the ability to work with the best customers that we have...

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What Is Net Neutrality and How Could It Affect Your Business?

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What Is Net Neutrality and How Could It Affect Your Business?

In recent months you’ve likely heard the phrase “net neutrality” mentioned all around the web and on the news. And like many people, you may not have given it much thought because it doesn’t sound terribly interesting. It’s just some other technology something-or-other that you’ll let others worry with and then you’ll adjust once the dust clears. But you really should worry about it, as it could potentially have an impact on your organization. When you break it down, net neutrality basically means that all data is equally accessible via the Internet. This means that whether you are a small...

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OpenStack: Not Pancakes but Every Bit as Delicious

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OpenStack: Not Pancakes but Every Bit as Delicious

by Ron Royston, Senior Solutions Architect OpenStack may sound like something just begging to have syrup poured on it and be eaten joyously, but it’s not. Just like Velcro and scratch-resistant eyeglasses, it originated as a gift from NASA but is now a part of daily life that we can’t imagine living without. Unlike the others, however, you may not be aware that you use OpenStack or just how much easier it makes your life. Conceived in 2010, it is – at its heart – a set of software components. The OpenStack website describes it as “a global collaboration of developers and cloud computing...

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Still Not Sure What DAS Is? Let AT&T Explain…

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You’ve seen them, the silly commercials from AT&T where workmen are installing something while asking an office worker if it hurt when she fell from heaven, or politely declining help from a random dude while at a rock venue. These guys are installing distributed antenna systems (DAS). Too often, people take for granted their ability to maintain a wireless connection when out and about. But in reality it takes a lot of work and sophisticated engineering and equipment to make that connectivity happen. With so many users accessing a network at once, bandwidth gets crunched and load times...

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Green Buildings and Strong Cell Signals: Can You Have Both?

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Green Buildings and Strong Cell Signals: Can You Have Both?

Building for efficiency is popular with property owners and property managers for all kinds of reasons today. Besides the earth-friendly aspects, LEED certified windows and other building materials translate to serious energy savings that pay off in lower heating and cooling costs for years and even decades to come. Who wouldn’t like that? Though it’s not a well known fact, the people who might not like it are those who depend on their cell phones for communicating and working within those green, energy-efficient buildings – meaning almost everyone, these days. That’s right; the same...

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