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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.