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Microsoft’s SMB IT Hot Links! Pt. 2

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Microsoft LogoGood day, SMB IT Pro Community! Welcome to the second part in a three-part installment of the Microsoft Hot Links for SMBs! Here are the next 5 links to help you realize your business goals and find community information in 2015:

soonrSoonr, a Silicon Valley, CA-based File share and Collaboration company, recently announced that it has made some enhancements to its partner portal. These enhancements are designed to make it easier for partners to provision and manage policies.

To be specific, Soonr partners can now deliver the company’s service with multiple customers from a single location. This means that partners won’t need to log-in to a specific account or team to set up services for a variety of customers.

 imageFrost & Sullivan announced today it will host a complimentary webinar about the trends set to impact the Latin American IT industry.

The webinar will be held at 8 a.m. PST tomorrow, March 3. Speaker Guilherme Campos, a Frost & Sullivan IT industry analyst, will explain Latin American developments in investing and adoption levels of security, cloud computing and big data.

Charter SpectrumCharter Communications, Inc. announced today Charter Business is now Spectrum Business, which will leverage an all-digital network to deliver full-featured solutions at a low price to SMBs and larger organizations.

"Spectrum Business is more than just a new name. Over the past 12 months we have invested in our advanced fiber network, completed our transition to all-digital, and made enhancements to our product suite, including a doubling of entry Internet speeds from 30 to 60Mbps," said Jonathan Hargis, executive vice president and chief marketing officer for Charter Communications.

snom LogoGermany-based snom technology AG and GSMK Cryptophone are expanding their existing collaboration to develop highly secure encrypted telephones.

GSMK, a developer of protected operating systems and encryption solutions, and snom, a developer of professional and enterprise VoIP telephones, are working on desktop IP telephones that will be secure, encrypted, tap-proof and immune against attacks.