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Browse through our Resources Section to learn more about the trends and technologies that are driving agile enterprises. Our blog posts, whitepapers and webinars will acquaint you with industry trends and best practices. Our case studies will provide you insights from our customers about Masergy's unique business value. And our videos and product sheets will give you a snapshot of Masergy’s industry-leading global networking, managed security and cloud-based unified communications solutions.

Blog Post
IT Analytics
March 5, 2015

Big Data is no longer a futuristic buzzword; it's a reality many enterprises must deal with today. How does analyzing and using that data play an important role in reducing IT complexity and automating manual tasks at your business?

Video

Masergy's top global customers talk about how we deliver performance beyond expectations.

Whitepapers

Corporate security systems, from firewalls to intrusion detection products generate massive amounts of data. Turning that data into meaningful insights is one of the biggest challenges facing corporate CISOs. 

Case Study

Elevate provides online credit services to consumers and wanted to replace its managed security provider with a company that could work as an extension of its IT team. Masergy’s security experts proved to be the creative problem solvers Elevate was looking for.

Webinars

Listen to experts from Gigaom Research and Masergy discuss how leading companies are adopting the latest unified communications technologies to increase employee collaboration and productivity.

Blog Post
disaster recovery
July 2, 2015

Having a modern Unified Communications system is the first line of defense in dealing with a crisis. Being able to notify employees what’s going on and enable them to continue to carry out critical tasks and normal business activities is essential.

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Disaster Recovery is Not a Matter of If, But When

Having a modern Unified Communications system is the first line of defense in dealing with a crisis. Being able to notify employees what’s going on and enable them to continue to carry out critical tasks and normal business activities is essential.