Mobility has become a strategic business imperative that should be embraced -- but be sure that your enterprise’s ecosystem has the rock-solid strategies and controls in place to address complexity and costs.
Cannon Group team members participated in the 2017 annual Corporate FunRun 5K, an event benefiting The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, the world's largest voluntary health organization dedicated to funding blood cancer research, education and patient services.
As part of continuing efforts to provide clients with great support, the Cannon Group Mobility Support Center went above and beyond to help when an employee from a large utility firm was having an issue opening email attachments on his iPhone.
Last week, Cannon Group enjoyed its annual summer picnic event. The private telecom management firm, headquartered in Blue Bell, Pa., brought together Cannon Group team members from across the globe for a day of celebration, food, and a variety of team-building activities.
Choosing the right SD WAN solution is not straightforward. The key to success is knowing what the vendors are offering, what’s included or not, and the staying power of the companies themselves. They are changing constantly, from their solutions, partners and pricing.
Changing network infrastructure can be a foundational disruption for any modern enterprise if it is not properly and professionally executed. Here are four critical steps to consider when embarking on an SD-WAN migration.
Before choosing and implementing SD-WAN, it is important to consider a consulting firm that knows the vendors, their pricing and differentiators, exactly what questions to ask, and can provide a proven roadmap of the entire adoption process.
SD-WAN can be very helpful for a variety of enterprises. But before beginning the SD-WAN journey, IT leaders need to ask: Does it make financial sense for my company? How much MPLS do we need to maintain for business critical traffic? Is my IT team ready for the sea change that SD-WAN will introduce to their world?
SD-WAN is worth some serious consideration for any enterprise IT department, particularly as this disruptive new technology could be, among other things, an attractive alternative to traditional hardware-centric networks such as MPLS.
Upgrading your enterprise network infrastructure is the best way to keep up with an ever-changing technology landscape. Based on time-tested Cannon Group processes, here are a few best practices for planning a network upgrade...
This Veterans Day, Cannon Group team members showed their appreciation to veterans at more than 50 VFW locations, American Legions and military bases across the U.S., including Philadelphia, Pa., the Poconos, Harrisburg, Pa., Allentown, Pa., Decatur, Il., Kansas City, Mo., and the National Guard Base in Helena, Mt.