Telecommunication as a Service (TaaS)TaaS delivers a range of cross-government telecommunications and managed security services to allow agencies to easily connect with their customers and each other.
What is TaaS
TaaS delivers a range of cross-government telecommunications and managed security services to allow agencies to easily connect with their customers and each other.
Agencies have the flexibility to choose individual services from a range of providers, with no minimum terms or volumes, and can access the best deals without having to go through a full market Request for Proposal (RFP) process.
TaaS services include WAN, LAN, Wi-Fi, voice (mobile, PABX and public network access), unified communications, contact center and managed security services.
The structure of TaaS
TaaS has an internet-like architecture, with suppliers ‘peering’ or sharing their services for greater connectivity.
The development of TaaS was based on the current trends of increasingly mobile workers, cloud-based applications and the use of a wide range of devices.
Perimeter-based corporate networks no longer suit modern telecommunications needs. TaaS takes a ‘walled garden’ approach, which allows security controls to be applied where they’re needed and limits access to authorized users only.
We, at BusinessWays, are ready to work with you to leverage these services on behalf of your organization.