Workplace-as-a-Service is an innovative solution for business, says Technology Industry Analyst Jeff Kagan
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) March 22, 2015
Enterprise Connect Orlando, which is produced by UBM Tech announced the Sprint Workplace-as-a-Service is the winner of the Best of Enterprise Connect Award, on March 18.
A panel of industry experts recognizes the potential of the newly launched Sprint Business Solution with the first place award.
Industry analyst Jeff Kagan says congratulations to Sprint on winning this award for their new Workplace-as-a-Service.
Sprint has been recognized as the company who has made the most significant technological advancements in enterprise communications and collaboration.
The Sprint Workplace-as-a-Service is a new integrated and fully managed communications and IT service.
“This is another step in the right direction for Sprint going forward. This should help them both solidify and increase their business to business service growth," says Telecom Analyst Kagan.
Best of Enterprise Connect judges considered 40 competitive entries, then created a short list of six finalists, then named Sprint Business as the winner.
Sprint says Workplace-as-a-Service includes the core wireless and wireline elements necessary to run a business including:
- Wide Area Network (WAN) Connectivity over Sprint’s secure and reliable IP/MPLS service
- Enterprise-grade managed Wi-Fi
- Enterprise grade voice
- SIP trunking
- Local and domestic long-distance voice2
- Audio/Video conferencing
- Online collaboration
- Instant messaging and presence
- Mobile device management across all carriers, plus Bring Your Own Device support for laptops, tablets and smartphones
- Optional, Sprint wireless plans for smartphones and tablets
Workplace-as-a-Service is part of Sprint’s OfficeFuelTM approach for making IT and communications enablement simple and flexible. Learn more at sprint.com/workplace.
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