E-COMMERCE IS WORTH
Of B2B Buying Cycle is
GROWTH IN NETWORK TRAFFIC
IN NEXT 10 YEARS
So, how do you design a
Network when you can’t control
or predict the future?
Tip 5 : Know your long term strategy
Are you ever increasing data needs sufficiently driving your strategy ?
How far out does your strategy go?
How will your network underpin your future needs ?
Tip 4 : Be Prepared to Speed Up Your Internet
How dependent are you on the internet & online?
What will we & our customers use it for in the future?
How will we & our competitors use it to create advantage?
Tip 3 : Go hosted – Outsource in the cloud
Which applications will be improved in the cloud?
How do I build the business case to make the move?
Will this be secure enough?
Tip 2 : SIP your voice
What are my voice requirements now and in the future?
Does SIP really bring cost savings ?
How can SIP support more flexibility in my business?
Tip 1 : Choose the right supplier and review
your network ongoing
Who is the right supplier?
How often do I engage?
How do I support the case for change?
500,000+ B2B Broadband lines
16,000+ Ethernet lines
3 Billion+ mins/m VoIP
Devices mobility &
Four steps of Transformation
Competitive advantage by
leveraging your network
Saves support and CONVERGE
infrastructure costs Voice, data & internet and
Next generation networking value-for-money
The need to evolve
And lastly, what we have found
out about how UK business are
treating their networks
Only 52% feel their Datacentres are as
resilient as they should be.
34% are not confident their current
network is suitable for their voice traffic
64% have experienced
some form of disruption/compromise
due to bandwidth restrictions
82% have experienced network
outages that have had an impact on
Monitoring & Maintenance
Security & Mobility
64% feel they can easily make
changes to their network where
77% are confident they have the right
firewalls in place to prevent threats
from the public internet
62% know exactly how network
availability is measured and can see
the stats themselves
53% say their networks either don’t
permit or don’t support BYOD
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