Learn the Secret to Becoming a High-Value Cloud Partner
Available: On Demand
Posted in Webinar, Cloud Services, Value-Added Reseller (VAR), Value Added Reseller/Systems Integrator, Enterprise, Cloud Computing, Information Technology (IT), Cloud
Speakers: Mike Dillon, Chief Technology Officer, Quest; Mark Mattson, Vice President, Technology,Top Speed Data Communications
For businesses, moving IT and communications to the cloud is not a question of "if" but "how"? As trusted advisors, channel partners must be prepared to answer that question and provide a plan. However, many IT VARs and telecom agents are as likely to shrug their shoulders as they are to deliver a comprehensive plan. That's understandable since the options for deploying cloud are many.
Prior to joining Quest, Dillon served MCI in progressively responsible roles. He concluded his employment with MCI as a Global Network Consultant, designing, developing, testing, and integrating Internet networks and MCI’s dedicated and virtual networks.
Mark Mattson, Vice President, Technology for Top Speed Data Communications joined the company in 2002 and works closely with vendors and Network Design Consultants to ensure that customers get the best telecommunications fit for their company’s specific requirements.
Established in 2002, Top Speed Data Communications is an independent telecom broker for data, voice, and wireless networks with over 400 years of collective telecommunications experience and numerous industry awards. Top Speed Data Communications’ consultants provide custom-tailored communication services thereby eliminating the arduous search for telecommunications solutions and serve as an advocate to carriers and service providers throughout the design, implementation and billing process. While its customer service reach extends nationally and internationally, the majority of the customer base is headquartered in the West. Top Speed Data Communications and Quest have had a mutually successful business relationship for several years.
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