9 reasons your company needs to use Buckeye Telecom (A telecom broker)

Different carrier options: There are growing providers of telecommunications out there, and they all want your service, whether they deserve it or not. A successful telecom broker can understand how telecommunications are used by your company and will represent you to all the vendors they know will meet your needs. You get to work with just the broker, along with all the salespeople from all the firms that might or might not be able to meet your needs. A good broker will have contacts with many carriers and suppliers, which ensures that he or she can get offers and data quickly without having to search for it on your own.

Further expertise: A large telecommunications company can have an annual turnover of up to 50 percent of sales staff and end up employing inexperienced sales staff to fill positions. Telecom Brokers have years of experience working with different telecom companies, understanding software, and being able to compare enterprise A with enterprise B.

Satisfaction: Long-term performance of Telecom Brokers relies on their customers ' continued satisfaction. Telecom Brokers are paid a small (residual) fee each month to handle their customers ' telecommunications service. It means that for years, Telecom Brokers / Consultants will continue to provide outstanding customer service to customers.

Vendor Access: The Telecom Broker deals with vendors daily and has the contacts and communication lines of the backchannel that are established with them over the years. This awareness could accelerate

Industry knowledge: Many telecommunications providers offer excellent rates, however, they take to install the products forever; others have wrong billing or are unorganized. Good telecommunications brokers should explain each carrier's good and bad and what to expect.

No Sales Quotas: Most telecommunications companies put their salespeople under unreasonable sales quotas and end up with a high turnover and pushy unprofessional sales personnel. Telecom Brokers are committed to the long-term success of a product, helping customers make informed, educated decisions without the need for sales quotas.

Single Contact Point: Real work begins after the contract is signed; site visits, cable running, hardware installations, training and supplier coordination all take time, effort and resources from the client. A good broker will take over the overall project management, intensify, resolve problems and resolve problems much more easily than if you were dealing directly with a telecommunications provider

Consolidation: Many businesses with multiple locations and difference providers receive multiple bills and need assistance in consolidating services. Better telecom brokers realize that "Telecom Aggregation" combines multiple services on one bill and offers a template of "one-stop shopping" which saves time and money.

Pricing and support: In some situations, Telecom Brokers have access to better prices than their customers would by going to the telecom company directly. Nonetheless, most telecom companies have cut their sales staff in an effort to reduce costs and deal only with "indirect" or telecom brokers.

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Emerging Trends of Cloud Computing By 2018

In this business era, Cloud Computing has been a hot topic and become a massive part of the framework for global commerce. It will continue to grow day by day as per Cisco's latest Global Cloud Index forecast. Number of things that are in trend such as cloud data centers, private cloud solutions, platform as a service, infrastructure as a service are all considered among the projections for consumer cloud storage.

Cisco's forecasts examine the emerging cloud computing trends resulting in the five-year forecast (2013 to 2018). Some of the more notable predictions are as follow:

·      There will be a huge increase in global data center traffic

·      By the end of 2018, it is expected that annual data center traffic will reach 8.6 zettabytes.

·      Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) cloud workload will be predicted to grow from 41 % in 2013 to 59% in 2018.

·      78% of workload will be processed by cloud data centers and the remaining 22% is handled by traditional data centers.

·      Public cloud centers will possess 31% cloud workload while private cloud data centers expected to have 69%

·      Decrease in Platform as services workloads will be expected from 15% in 2013 to 13% in 2018

·      According to Cisco's prediction, Infrastructure as a service workload will down from 44% in 2013 to 28% in 2018.

·      Internet of Things (IOT) will be expected to generate more considerable data in 2018: According to prediction it will be up to 403 zettabytes in 2018 as compared to just 113.4 zettabytes in 2013.

·      Public cloud spending will more than double to $127.5

·      Greater use of cloud storage for personal storage is expected in 2018.


Among Cisco's top five trends, cloud storage was one of them as a subcategory of “Potential cloud catalyst – IOT”. Due to the large usage of, multiple devices like mobiles and tablets, there will be a new need for “personal content storage” that will store music, images, videos and other essential documents created across the multiple devices. Thus there will be a huge growth in the area.

With the rapid growth of new business solutions/workloads/data in the coming years, more than 60% of organizations will have at least half of their infrastructure and application in cloud.

In every coming year, you are going to see the changing trends of cloud computing. By 2018, you can compare how the cloud computing technology is transformed from the present year.