What considerations do you make when selecting IT systems for a branch-office?
pcalento 2 years ago
Mobile users. Decentralized workforces. Cloud services. Branch-offices are more and more critical to business success. When outfitting a branch office for IT, what considerations, requirements, etc. do you make in regards to: Infrastructure; Support; Connectivity.
Do you make different decisions than you would for the home office?
--Paul Calento http://bit.ly/c4BJLX
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