Telx, a leading provider of network-neutral colocation and interconnection
services, is holding its 7th Annual Customer Business Exchange - or CBX -
event on Thursday, June 25, 2009 from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. at the Marriott
Marquis in Times Square, New York City. The Telx CBX is one of the largest
colocation and interconnection networking events held each year; its goal is
to facilitate business relationships and deals that generate new
interconnections among the global networks, enterprises, and technology
companies that reside within any of Telx's 15 facilities.
The 2008 CBX event touted c-level and other senior-level executive attendees
that representing 458 companies in 21 countries around the world. CBX
attendees are focused on creating new business opportunities that will extend
networks, facilitate faster data transfers, add new services and grow
businesses or... (more)
Expands Telx's premier Chicago facility by more than 15,000 square feet.
Offers customers new opportunities to colocate in the most densely populated
colocation and interconnection facility in the region. Allows more businesses
to access the Telx Financial Xchange through the company's second facility
expansion at 350 East Cermak Road.
NEW YORK (August 5, 2009) - Telx, one of the largest domestic colocation and
interconnection data center operators, announced today that it has expanded
its downtown Chicago colocation and interconnection capabilities by adding
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I have a client with a “twitic.” A customer who, on Twitter, will
criticize and say absolutely vulgar things about the company and his dealings
with it. A customer that refuses to consider limitations of contracts and
instead resorts to blameshifting and voicing of unrealistic expectations.
Some of my contacts within the client organization considered “blocking”
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There are a lot of companies that, for one reason or another, choose this
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Veramark Technologies Journal
Telecom expense management (TEM) can significantly reduce an organization’s
telecom expense. But many companies are missing out on these savings for one
of the following reasons. Leading TEM vendor Veramark Technologies offers 11
timely tips to ensure your organization isn't making any of these costly TEM
1. No TEM solution. This is the most egregious mistake of all. According to
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