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The SevOne team had a great showing last week at Cisco Live! Conference & Expo in San Diego. We were able to spend some quality time with our friends from Cisco (a key SevOne partner) and catch up with many long-time customers. We also met with some really interesting prospective customers and new partners. All in all, it was a very good event.
When it comes to setting near-term priorities and securing budget dollars, enterprise IT and networking pros generally have things pretty well buttoned up. They know which projects are needed most, what they’ll cost, and how the completion of those projects will help drive better business results. They make solid business cases, secure the needed funding, and then confidently set about executing their plans.
About 30 years ago, we began connecting devices such as routers, hubs, and printers to IP networks. That meant these resources went from being mostly housed in one location like a data center to spread all throughout an organization’s operations.
Back in December, O2, the Telefonica operating company in the United Kingdom, had a massive outage. According to O2, about 25 million subscribers were affected by a small software issue. The company will need to reimburse customers for the outage, which lasted an entire day.
When you’re in the business of providing managed network services to major corporations and other large organizations, you need to know exactly what’s happening on your customers’ networks. In fact, your success hinges on it.
Here at SevOne, we’re often asked by prospects and customers about the ROI they should expect our network and infrastructure management solutions to deliver.
Organizations have seen the future of IT operations – it’s digital and it’s already here.