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Partners, re:Invent Your Business Model with AWS

I had the opportunity to attend the AWS re:Invent show in Las Vegas late November 2017 and it did not disappoint. I constantly heard there is a lack of AWS experience, lack of visibility into AWS usage and costs, and lack of AWS policies and procedures to maintain AWS deployments, and inability to just keep up with the innovation curve.There were over 1,000 new products and services release by AWS in 2017 -  The pace of change is unrelenting and accelerating!

Ride the UCaaS Wave While There Is Still Time

Make no mistake about it: The enterprise and SMB markets have big appetites for unified communications as a service (UCaaS). Research shows that adoption rates for cloud-based UCaaS solutions are increasing as the market is growing at a CAGR of 16 percent. By the end of 2016, at least 74 percent of organizations will use a minimum of one cloud-based UC application.
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