Date: 06 August 2018

Author: Matt Bynum

You both said “I do.” Now what? Why Cloud-Based Collaboration is a Post-M&A Must Have.

 

2017 was a big year for mergers and acquisitions (M&As) with $3.7 trillion in deals, making it the third highest since the 2007 financial crisis. Economists are projecting 2018 to yield a higher number of M&A deals due to factors such as economic strength across the globe, U.S. corporate tax cuts and the repatriation of offshore profits, just to name a few. 

When two companies merge, one of the signs of their future success depends on how well they can work together in a truly collaborative..

Date: 10 January 2017

Author: Matt Bynum

SPARKING OUR COLLABORATION

On December 29, 2016, Bedroc lit up (brace yourself, the puns will be many) Cisco’s latest collaboration solution, called Spark.  As an experienced Cisco voice engineer, I was shocked to have the smoothest voice cutover of my career while using such a relatively new product...and one that lives entirely in “the cloud”.

When we began evaluating our internal collaboration strategy, we solicited feedback from all of our Bedroc colleagues to capture their perspectives on how our current..

Date: 29 November 2016

Author: Nicole Brinson

Healthcare Companies Turning to Managed Service Providers for Consistency in IT

As the healthcare landscape continues to evolve on an almost daily basis, many hospitals and healthcare organizations have found that enlisting the assistance of a healthcare managed services provider (MSP) is an ideal way to address some of the challenges they face while working to provide exceptional care. IoT, collaboration and growing security threats are just a few of the daily challenges a healthcare provider faces. 

There are serveral compelling reasons for enlisting a healthcare MSP,..

Date: 31 October 2016

Author: Nicole Brinson

Healthcare: Meet Digital Disruption

Clinical-grade cloud + mobile technologiesWhat’s in your healthcare equation?

Control your own medical records and get seamless, immediate access to doctors and specialists whenever you need them.

Customer service expectations are higher than ever, and patients are ultimately customers. They expect the same levels of service at the doctor’s office or hospital that they are accustomed to from other businesses, and that includes digital services accessible through their mobile devices...

Date: 01 July 2013

Author: cwilkinson

Collaboration Meets the Cloud - Cisco HCS

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