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6 Advantages to Unified Communications – Part 1, Concurrent, Multichannel Communications

Michael Martin

The premise of unified communications (UC) technology is simple. Businesses can consolidate multiple communications functionalities into a single tool, to create an essential platform for critical business processes. This enables seamless real-time communications across channels—inside as well as outside of an organization. This translates to a multitude of business benefits, ranging anywhere from baseline productivity to attracting millennial talent to your workforce.

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What is SIP and How do I Use It?

Michael Martin

What is SIP?

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Anatomy of a Hack

Michael Martin

October is Cybersecurity month. This month we have been featuring a series of blogs for your education of on-line dangers to help you make safe choices to protect your identify and data.

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6 Ways to Protect Yourself from Identify Theft

Michael Martin

Cybercrime is not just a current threat to businesses. Javelin Strategies reported that US residents lost $16.8 billion in 2017 to fraudsters – an 8% increase over the prior year. As identify thieves are becoming more cunning, it is imperative that consumers utilize precautions to protect their data and their money.

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Disaster Planning FAQs

Michael Martin

There is often confusion between disaster planning and business continuity. We have pulled together 7 common questions to explain the differences and to share how your company can benefit from prudent planning before disaster strikes.

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As-a-Service Model (aaS) – You too can Benefit

Michael Martin

As technology and delivery models evolve, the as-a-Service option has become more popular and common in today’s businesses. There are numerous reasons for this shift including cost containment and ease of procurement.

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Which Type of VoIP Fits Your Company's Needs

Michael Martin

VoIP - Know Your Options to Determine What is Right for You VoIP is here to stay. Major carriers are decommissioning old copper-based networks in favor of better performing fiber and IP is prevailing over traditional voice transmission. 

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