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Susan Fourtané
Susan Fourtané
4/30/2016 10:04:58 PM
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Delivery time
Reducing the delivery time from six months to five to ten minutes is really impressive, indeed. .Susan

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Alison Diana
Alison Diana
4/27/2016 5:28:57 PM
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Re: On demand
It's a fantastic capability and fits the way so many organizations do business. Think of colleges and universities, for example, whose registrars are only super-busy once a year, maybe twice at registration time. We all know about retailers and the holiday season, florists and Mother's Day/Valentine's, and the list goes on. Being able to pay for only what you use and access what you need only when you need it fits the way the world is operating these days - the Uberization of the economy, if you will.

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LizCoyne
LizCoyne
4/27/2016 5:14:24 PM
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On demand
Dr. Miyakawa made a good point about the need to turn up bandwidth on demand for big events -- just like I wrote about back in Jan for the Super Bowl. AT&T's Network on Demand is providing this service to businesses already in 100+ cities but imagine how it will change a business' bottom line when they can turn bandwidth up and down on the fly for smaller things like large file transmissions, etc.

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