Tiverity, an Atlanta based IT Service Provider and Cisco Premier Partner, recently announced they upgraded Toyota Forklifts of Atlanta (TFA) Wireless Network by deploying a Cisco Meraki Wireless Solution. The deployed solution replaced and upgraded TFA’s existing Switching Network, Firewalls, and Wireless infrastructure in support of four branches throughout Georgia; to include Scottdale, Augusta, Lawrenceville and Lithia Springs.
The unique advantage of the Cisco Meraki solution for TFA is that it provides the highest level network management from a cloud-based control panel. This leading edge wireless solution gives TFA’s internal IT support staff the ability to manage multiple sites seamlessly, add new sites quickly, and provide enhanced visibility, all through a simple internet connection. Legacy solutions normally would require more staff and expensive management servers and software.
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The top twenty influencers is an interesting mix of industry heavyweights which includes several CEOs and CFOs from the firms that are listed in our Global 50 #CloudInfluence Organisations.
At 1st and 2nd we have the CEO’s of Microsoft and Dropbox. In 3rd is Marc Rogers, the principal security researcher at CloudFlare Inc., who is also a former hacker and has been widely quoted recently on security issues. In 4th is Rodney Rogers, chairman and CEO of Virtustream. Having posted almost 10,000 tweets, he is the most prolific of all the heavyweight influencers on social media. Then in 5th and 6th are two IBMers: Virginia Rometty IBM’s CEO (and the highest placed woman on the list) and Martin Schroeter IBM’s CFO. The next three heavyweights are analysts: Daniel Ives at FBR Capital Markets is the highest profile investment analyst. He regularly issues research notes on the primary tech players and is quoted heavily in the tech and business media. Ed Anderson is research vice president at Gartner and the highest profile industry analyst. And Ross MacMillan is an Equity Research Analyst at RBC Capital Markets.
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