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Image - World's First Software Platform to Offer Safe, Private, Fast Business ConnectivityWorld's First Software Platform to Offer Safe, Private, Fast Business Connectivity

PCCW Global, international operating division of HKT, Hong Kong's premier telecommunications service provider, and data center and cloud specialist TierPoint are collaborating to offer US-based enterprises the world's first global software-defined interconnection platform.

As enterprises migrate critical applications and content to the cloud, they are discovering that the public Internet was not designed or built with business connectivity in mind, especially when it comes to reliable performance, predictability and security. PCCW Global's Console Connect answers these business challenges by delivering an affordable platform that makes connections to cloud-based applications, partners and client IT infrastructure simple, easily managed, predictable and secure, with seamless access to the world's major cloud hosting services.

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Image - Single-Tap Texting App Simplifies Doing Business on Your iPhoneSingle-Tap Texting App Simplifies Doing Business on Your iPhone

TapText LLC, a Brooklyn-based tech startup, has launched its iOS app TapText.

The app is targeted for busy sales professionals who rely on texting to communicate with clients. This all-mobile experience offers users a simple way to store their frequently-sent text messages and send them to anyone with a single tap right from Apple's Messages app.

Hailed as "the game changer for sales professionals," the app allows users to store an unlimited number of text messages that can be sent with a single tap from the familiar interface of Apple's native messaging app. Some common ways TapText can be used include sending company info, business contact/signature, a quick missed call acknowledgement, business application requirements, event summaries, web links, and driving directions.

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Image - Free Virtual Router Service Could Save Up to 70% of Cost for Rural ProvidersFree Virtual Router Service Could Save Up to 70% of Cost for Rural Providers

netElastic's Virtual Access Services Router changes the economics of rural networks through innovative software-defined networking.

To help rural carriers to get up and running, netElastic has introduced a Free Virtual Access Services Router program, including free software, licensing, and support. netElastic's new program is designed to help rural providers transform and future-proof their networks without spending lots of money.

"Large network operators have been moving to software-defined networking for greater cost savings and flexibility," said David Williams, netElastic's Senior Vice-President of Sales and Marketing. "Our free Virtual Access Services Router program allows rural providers to experience these same benefits without any initial investment or financial risk."

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