CompuCom has partnered with AT&T to bring new Network Access, Cloud Access and Mobile Access solutions to joint customers.
Sam Gross, CompuCom chief technology officer
The new products and services were developed in collaboration with AT&T through the telecom giant’s AT&T Partner Exchange program, according to the announcement.
Here is a breakdown of the new additions to CompuCom’s Access Solution portfolio, culled from the press release:
- With the CompuCom Network Access Solution, users will be able to scale their network transport services with active management using ITIL best practices delivered via CompuCom’s edge and core network offering.
- The CompuCom Cloud Access Solution allows users to access their virtual infrastructure on-demand with a pay-as-you-go model. Includes 24/7/365 support and is paired with CompuCom’s traditional Data Center Services solution.
- The CompuCom Mobile Access Solution pairs CompuCom’s mobility products, mobile management services and strategic lifecycle services with wireless voice, data and messaging from AT&T.
The solutions also will provide customers with benefits including online visibility of IT resources and the ability to standardize reporting, in addition to tools to measure and improve end-user productivity and reduce costs, according to the announcement.
“Unlike other providers with single, discrete products or services, CompuCom’s Access Solutions deliver tightly integrated network, cloud and mobile solutions that can also be employed individually,” said Sam Gross, CompuCom’s chief technology officer, in a statement. “CompuCom has simplified companies’ implementation of these critical technologies with an offering that eases adoption, in part powered by AT&T.”
“Our cooperative effort with CompuCom delivers valuable support around the selection of infrastructure and communications platforms that work best in individual corporate environments,” said Brooks McCorcle, president of AT&T Partner Solutions. “The combination of our expertise with CompuCom’s simplifies connecting networks, mobile devices and the cloud.”