As technologists modernize their IT infrastructure, they face a host of obstacles, including legacy infrastructure, poor system integration and teams whose programming skills aren’t up to snuff. Whether IT professionals need to deliver new applications or create a more efficient IT environment, outmoded IT gets in the way. By contrast, a modern infrastructure adapts, helping IT pros keep pace with business needs.
To create a modern and responsive infrastructure, IT teams have virtualized data center infrastructure, from servers to storage to networking. Combined with analytics, virtualization helps the network stand up to new demands. As hardware becomes virtualized and programmable through software, IT teams need the skills to enable integration – and the hardware needs to be able to integrate. How IT professionals choose their tools and design their IT environments to be automated, virtualized, programmable, secure and scalable will surely be the difference between success and failure.
Security, in particular, has become a key concern. As new devices are introduced to the network, and as companies connect to branch offices, technology professionals need to secure the entire IT continuum, from the network periphery to the data that travels on the network to mobile devices and sensors connected via the Internet of Things. As these devices proliferate, the attack surface only widens, and companies need to develop a continuum of security processes that protect the perimeter, content that carries sensitive data, and the data in motion and at rest.
In the edition, we are glad to feature companies like OrecX which provides open source VoIP recording solutions at a fraction of the cost of proprietary recording applications that often run $1,000-$4,000 per user. OrecX is the primary developer and sponsor of the Oreka open source call recording project. More than 170,000 users across 190 countries have downloaded the open source version of OrecX which has received accolades from Linux World, Unified Communications Magazine, and TMC Magazine. For enterprises, contact centers and business VoIP providers, OrecX also offers the most affordable and easy to install, maintain and use (commercial) call recording software, which incurs no installation costs, provides same-day ROI and is offered in both open-source and open-architecture formats.
Steve Kaiser, CEO of OrecX, says, “The quality, access, and control that we provide allows customers to leverage third party software to create voice services on top of our audio capture platform, such as Speech Analytics, Real-time agent assist, and Voice Biometrics, to name a few., This can occur within a traditional call recording User Interface that we provide, or in many cases, the results are embedded into existing customer applications.”
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