Most companies are. Take Red Hat for example. The company’s business strategy is dependent on the constant innovation of its IT services. Not surprisingly, their global network services team is constantly looking for innovative ways to meet the needs of their internal customers as well, so when faced with the challenge of providing a more cost-effective and collaborative solution for their remote workers that could take full advantage of their SIP communications protocol, they turned to eZuce.
Written by Mike Picher
Michael is an accomplished technologist and writer, he authored the first comprehensive book about the open source project and software from SIPfoundry. With more than 20 years of communications and information technology engineering and consulting experience, Michael brings a very pragmatic perspective to the unified communications and collaboration market. He has architected hundreds of enterprise and managed service provider networks and communications solutions. Prior to joining eZuce, he co-developed what became one of Maine’s largest technology consulting and software development firms. After successfully selling the consulting business, Michael turned his attention to the growing IP telephony space. He has helped successfully deploy some of the region’s largest IP based communications systems. Michael received his B.S. degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Maine. He continues to support and advocate for open source projects on a global basis most recently sponsoring the siXcom project. In his free time, Mike enjoys time on his 150 acre farm in Maine and enjoys motocross and considers himself a craft brew afficionado.