When we asked our Account Manager, Jen Tran What is your favorite part about working for Xceptional? She replied, "Working at Xceptional is like being with your extended family you want to be around. It is collaborative, engaging and challenging all at the same time.
Used with the permission of http://thenetwork.cisco.com/ Co-Authors: Frank Palumbo, SVP, Global Data Center Sales and Kristine A. Snow, SVP, Cisco Capital Digital transformation is no future state. It’s happening now. In fact, according to Gartner there are 125,000 enterprises in the U.S. alone that are now launching digital transformation projects involving companies of all sizes […]
Ever wonder just how fast your Internet is? It’s easy these days to use free tools either inside the web browser, or as mobile apps, that provide you the type of data you need to ascertain what you’re getting is what you really need. At work, it’s fairly safe to think that the IT manager […]
Certain things should always come in pairs: shoes, glasses and computer monitors. While many would agree on the first two, the third not so much. The idea of working with two monitors strikes many as unconventional. Though sticking to familiar territory feels safe, safety isn’t enough to run a successful business.
The Journey to Cloud Native by: Kenneth Owens – August 25, 2016 Used with the permission of http://thenetwork.cisco.com/ Software engineering and developer communities are driving the market for cloud consumption and leading each industry into a new era of software-defined disruption.
John and Jen representing Xceptional at the San Diego Regional Chamber Small Business awards ceremony A post shared by XCEPTIONAL PROVIDES (@xceptnet) on Aug 24, 2016 at 3:37pm PDT
Public Wi-Fi, hotspots. Wi-Fi at airports, train stations, on airplanes, in hotels, shopping malls, coffee shops, restaurants and even in public spaces. Each day you see more and more Wi-Fi being deployed by mobile operators, hotspot operators, and cable operators.
Introducing FlashStack 5000-user VDI deployment with Cisco and Pure Storage Francoise Rees – August 19, 2016 – 0 Comments Used with the permission of http://thenetwork.cisco.com/ Digital business transformation is driving renewed interest in desktop and app virtualization as a mean to provide secure application and desktop delivery to a mobile, distributed and fluctuating workforce.
In my last post I discussed the merits of mobile messaging apps that feature voice. For the most part, those apps are consumer services that business people are making use of as they provide a deeper and more persistent connection to their colleagues, family and friends.