Product Manager, Managed Services
Carol’s technical, marketing and business acumen are the driving factors behind her track record of growing revenue and getting results. As product manager for managed services at Fujitsu, she is responsible for development and delivery of maintenance services, managed network services, and cybersecurity solutions. In addition to her product management, marketing and business expertise, Carol has a wealth of experience with analytic solutions and various types of Software as a Service (SaaS) and SD-WANaaS.
The digital infrastructure supporting your business has transformed. No longer a completely controlled environment, networks are increasingly distributed among public cloud, private cloud, and operator-owned infrastructure. The predominantly on-premises monitoring tools of yesteryear were designed to focus on smaller, localized footprints rather than a modern digital infrastructure. Now, however, monitoring tools must be flexible, scalable,
Video Transcript: Hi, I’m Carol Brayton, and I’m a Fujitsu Services Product Manager. Let’s have an open dialogue about creating a great, stress-free work-from-home experience with cost savings. How does saving $11,000 sound to you? Definitely nice, am I right? This is the amount an employer can save every year for every employee who works
The second installment of our two-part blog on network management, we look at why small broadband service providers— such as tier 2/3 telecommunications providers, electric co-ops, and public power utilities—might choose to outsource their network operations center (NOC) rather than setting up and operating their own. A Little NOC Refresher In case you missed Part
Technology is fast-moving and ever-evolving. Whether you are a current broadband provider or thinking of becoming one, you need to consider how to efficiently and effectively manage technology. If you have a smaller network—such as a rural electric cooperative, telecom cooperative, or public power utility—transitioning to a new service platform is challenging enough. Managing delivery