Colt significantly reduces Tokyo to London network latency

Faster connectivity for financial organisations and enterprises Tokyo, 12 December 2017 – Colt Technology Services today announced it has substantially reduced latency between Tokyo to London financial centres, to less than 159 milliseconds. This network optimisation is part of Colt’s ongoing investment programme in the Colt IQ Network, addressing specific requirements of financial firms and enterprises. The improved latency strongly supports trading strategies that rely on low latency infrastructure to better support investment banks, high frequency trading (HFT) firms, FX related applications, and other financial organisations. Further, it provides enterprises a consolidated services approach whereby they have one supplier for all their network requirements. Andrew Housden, VP, Capital Markets at Colt, commented: “We are committed to providing global financial firms with a very fast and reliable network infrastructure together with superior customer experience. This is why we are investing heavily in low latency connectivity between the key financial centres and exchanges in Asia, Europe and North America. This year, we have announced improved latency on our Chicago to Tokyo network route and key APAC routes. We are now focusing on the Tokyo to London route. Firms are increasingly using their network to gain a competitive advantage and the Colt IQ Network provides a consistently high experience across all regions.” Earlier this…


New! Sangoma Welcomes the s205 Entry-Level SIP Phone to its s-Series Family!

Are you a small business looking for a basic SIP Phone that simply works? If you are familiar with Sangoma’s s-Series SIP phones, you must have heard the s300 entry-level IP phone, which is equipped with 2 SIP accounts, 6 feature keys and 5-way conferencing. Now there’s one more great option at an even lower price point for small start-ups looking for a simple solution without bells and whistles: the s205 Basic IP Phone! Entry-Level, Affordable IP Phones: Hot-Desking, Built-in VPN, EndPoint Manager The s205 is an entry-level SIP Phone designed with all the fundamental capabilities you’ll need for daily operations. This 1-line SIP phone features Host-Desking function that allows you to access all your settings simply by logging into any phone with your extension and password. This is perfect for users without a permanent work desk such as call-center agents and roaming workers! Even better, it comes with marketing leading security features that will give your whole team peace of mind. With the built-in Virtual Private Network (VPN), your remote workers are able to access all the tools from the office without compromising security. Like all other s-Series Phones, the s205 is also designed to work with FreePBX and PBXact phone system using Zero Touch Provisioning. This affordable entry-level…


Auerswald Support 4.0 – Komm‘ zum besten Service

Sparen, Sparen, Sparen – Egal was es kostet Herunterfahren der Service-Leistungen, Einschränkung der telefonischen Erreichbarkeit, Übertragung der Dienste an Call-Center oder Distributoren – so sieht derzeit die Support-Landschaft der ITK-Branche aus. Partner anderer Hersteller sind oft ratlos und verärgert, weil sie kaum noch schnelle und kompetente Hilfe bekommen. Guter technischer Support fällt Der Originalartikel Auerswald Support 4.0 – Komm‘ zum besten Service wurde zuerst auf dem Auerswald Clever Blog veröffentlicht Auerswald Clever Blog. Auerswald Clever Blog


Votre fournisseur de Cloud est-il conforme à la GDPR ?

Le règlement général de protection des données de l’Union européenne (GDPR) entrera en vigueur le 25 mai 2018 dans toute l’Europe. Les entreprises disposent de 6 mois pour s’assurer que leurs opérateurs et fournisseurs de services Cloud satisfont bien les nouvelles exigences du législateur. Quelles obligations s’appliquent au Cloud ? A qui incombent ces nouvelles responsabilités ? Eclairage sur les points de vigilance.   Le nouveau règlement européen nommé GDPR vise à améliorer la sécurité des données personnelles. Il précise aux entreprises de quelle manière elles doivent gérer les données de leurs clients, employés ou partenaires. La GDPR s’applique à toutes les entreprises dont les activités concernent l’Espace économique européen. Sont considérées comme des données personnelles toutes les informations qui permettent d’identifier directement ou indirectement un individu, dans sa vie privée, professionnelle ou publique : nom, photo, adresse e-mail, coordonnées bancaires, informations médicales, achats, adresses IP, etc. Vos données sont stockées dans le Cloud ? Vous utilisez des services SaaS ? Il est temps de vous assurer que vos fournisseurs de services sont en conformité avec la nouvelle règlementation. Les contrats, services et process vont en effet devoir être revus pour répondre aux exigences de la GDPR. La règlementation s’applique quel que soit le lieu de stockage des données, sur papier ou sur des serveurs…