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TPC Presents

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Business Technology has grown so fast and gotten so complicated it is tough to make the right decisions about what services you need and what is a waste of money. My hope is to help make these decisions simpler, not by telling you but by giving you a chance to listen to the providers out there and see what they got to say. When is it best to use the cloud? How much attention do I need to pay to cyber security? Am I paying too much for what I am getting? These are the things we discuss. This is a must listen for Business Owners, C-Level Executives, and IT Support Staff.

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UCaaS - Not a fancy way of saying hosted PBX
Spoke with Jamie Minner the VP in charge of the UCaaS solution at TPX.  It was a great conversation and we were able to discuss the differences between a traditional hosted PBX and a UCaaS solution.  While traditional hosted PBX will provide ring service and phones on the desk, the modern office has really moved past that.  Now with employees working from in remote offices, on the road, or at home creating true communication solutions is more important than ever.  That is where UCaaS comes in allowing coworkers to see availability can communicate across platforms. Finally two huge take aways from this conversation.  First off the unique approach TPX takes to installing their solution.  While many of their competitors out there will simply drop ship phones and have you plug them in TPX is different they take a customer first approach dispatching the resources necessary to ensure a successful transfer.  Secondly, TPX has built a product that allows users to implement UCaaS onto their premise phone system. So they can get the most from there capital purchase but start expanding into new technology.  I hope you enjoy this talk if you have questions as always call me at 310-622-9731 or email me at donovan@tpcpresents.com. 
SD-WHAT?????????
The last in my four part deep dive with TPX and I got a chance to talk to Larry Cushing the Technology Evangilist at TPX.  A super bright guy who really gets the managed service approach that TPX has had so much success with and why that approach is beneficial to business.   We also went into a deep dive about SD-WAN the most revolutionary technology for internet service in my professional career.  If you haven't looked at SD-WAN then please listen to this episode.  The power a company gets when they implement a proper SD-WAN solution is truly awesome.   It makes implementing a worry free cloud solution possible and so much more.  So please listen and if you have questions call me at 310-622-9731 or email at donovan@tpcpresents.com
Hackers don't wear hoodies anymore
Got to speak with Erik Nordquist product manager for security services at TPX and what a great conversation it was.  As he pointed out in our call hackers are no longer the teenager at home eating pizza on a Friday night.  No, they are bots and they are coming at our systems 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.  If you are not taking your cyber-security serious then you are in danger of being hacked.  So what do you do, how can you be protected? Give a listen and find out.  If you have more questions feel free to call me at 310-622-9731 or email me at donovan@tpcpresents.com.
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Started
Jul 29th, 2019
Latest Episode
Sep 20th, 2019
Release Period
Monthly
No. of Episodes
5
Avg. Episode Length
30 minutes
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No

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