First, what is VOIP? It’s very simple. VOIP is an acronym for Voice Over Internet Protocol, which means that you use the Internet for phone calls, rather than a telephone line. This eliminates the need for carrier phone lines. Because of this, you could connect distant and remote offices and workers, no matter where they are located, efficiently and affordably. So for the real question, how can this system save your company money?
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Today’s businesses generally utilize one of two technologies for their phone systems: traditional landlines or Voice over IP (VoIP). On average 700,000 customers choose to leave their landlines behind every month. Therefore, it is no surprise that businesses are also considering their options.
October is Cybersecurity month. This month we have been featuring a series of blogs for your education of the on-line dangers and how to make safe choices.
Cybercriminals are increasing and on the lookout for entry points and activities to gain access to our data. Most think of their computer are the primary point of weakness. Unfortunately, your computer is not only device that is vulnerable. In reality, our smartphones and tablets are minicomputing platforms. These too must be monitored and periodically checked for malware.
Remember when you had to actually pay for long distance calls by the minute? Not anymore! While most services and products have steadily increased in price, traditional telecommunication costs, e.g. wireline phone service, wireless solutions, and internet connectivity, have dropped significantly. However, it’s not like you have the money back in your account, you are just shifting to new technology. The sad reality is that too often, clients only think of their sales reps when purchasing additional, existing services.
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As businesses review the types of cloud offerings available, there are common questions that arise about the similarities and differences between the public and private clouds. In this two-part blog series, we will provide common questions and answers to these questions.