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What is a Network Functions Platform?

By Special Guest
The Network Functions Platform is designed to provide enterprises, as well as MSPs and CSPs, with a seamless migration path towards NFV.

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Managed Services Providers (MSPs) play an integral role in the reliability and dependability of IT services. Through network administration, support and centralized services for end customers, MSPs are able to manage IT for clients - off premise, and for a fraction of the cost. Managed services can include IP telephony, VPNs, monitoring and reporting, and more. MSPToday offers MSP professionals and the end user community up-to-date news and headlines on latest happenings in the Managed Services industry.

MSP Today Expert Features

Comtech Announces $6M DoD Deal Win
By: Paula Bernier
A Department of Defense contractor has awarded Comtech Telecommunications Corp. $6 million in business. The company declined to name the DoD contractor. - 06/22/2018

Continuum Expands Security Play with CARVIR, SentinelOne
By: Paula Bernier
IT management platform company Continuum has upped its security game via a new acquisition and a new partnership. The company this month announced its acquisition of CARVIR and partnership with SentinelOne. - 06/22/2018

What Businesses, Service Providers and the Channel Need to Know About Mobile UC
By: Special Guest
Mobile unified communications is going to transform the way people communicate, collaborate and work, with benefits for everyone involved: end users, vendors, service providers and resellers. - 06/11/2018

CenturyLink Announces Cisco Meraki Cloud & Managed DNA Certifications
By: Paula Bernier
CenturyLink Inc. has announced that it's the first Cisco alliance partner to get certifications for all cloud and managed DNA services based on Cisco Meraki. - 06/01/2018

Netsapiens Offers Details on PaaS Plans
By: Paula Bernier
Netsapiens will be rolling out a platform-as-a-service option in the fourth quarter. - 05/30/2018

Narayanan of eKryp Discusses AI, Prescriptive Service Intelligence
By: Paula Bernier
eKryp employs applied machine learning to predict equipment failures and demand for parts, and to understand when service may be required. That way, businesses can get ahead of and avoid such problems. - 05/30/2018