Limited Resources across Multiple Locations? Maybe It’s Time to Consider a Unified Networking Platform.

Schools, retail stores, hospitals, churches – many such organizations operate multiple locations. Each location may have different networking needs, but effective management teams require consistency and streamlined processes to make the operation logistically viable and affordable. The cloud made it possible to standardize specific wireless IT operations, such as software deployment, and management among multiple locations. However, for a long time there was no way to bring together management of both wired and wireless networks into one management platform.

Many decentralized organizations with locations spread apart geographically are feeling the effects of soon-to-be-outdated networking equipment and tedious manual processes,” said Anthony Nabower, Senior Network Engineer, of Prime Communications, Inc. (PCI). “These organizations may be facing the challenge of limited IT resources to begin with and may have limited budgets.”

New technology labeled unified network operations or cloud management, solves these problems and takes us into a new era of network management. In the following, we will introduce the benefits of this innovative technology. But first, let’s examine the common challenges cloud management addresses.


COVID-19 Update: Message from Prime Communications CEO

Dear Partners,

I would like to share an update on what Prime Communications is doing today to keep our community safe and operations moving, as well as specific steps we‘re taking to continue to deliver the solutions your business relies on.

We are closely watching the developments around COVID-19. While the situation is uncertain and quickly changing, we are working to assure the well being of our employees, company, community and you, our customer

Prime’s Business Continuity Update

Employees Working Remotely

Our teams are well equipped to perform their job functions remotely through our proactive measures by providing remote workstations, softphone capabilities, VPN access, internet bandwidth, and access to required applications for colleagues.

Limited Travel

We have eliminated all unnecessary travel and have either rescheduled face to face meetings or have conducted virtual meetings instead. As we continue to operate the business, we’ve taken action in our dispatching to avoid sending employees to areas that are designated quarantine or containment zones as designated by the CDC or local health authorities. We will continue to work in all other areas as usual.

The health and safety of our colleagues, their families, and our communities are the highest priority. We are encouraging everyone to follow the preventive measures recommended by the CDC to stay healthy and slow the spread of the virus, including:

  • Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds
  • No handshakes
  • Minimize large group meeting
  • If you are feeling sick or one of your family members has become sick stay home or work remotely if possible
  • Essential travel only
  • Follow CDC guidelines

Prime Communications is well-positioned and prepared to work through this pandemic. As we execute this plan and work through these unprecedented times, we ask for your patience. We will continue to communicate often of any updates and other measures we’re taking as the situation progresses.

If you have specific questions on how this situation may affect your service please reach out to your account manager, email us at sales@primecominc.com or call us at 402-289-4126.

Thank you,

Brian Kenkel
CEO
Prime Communications, INC.