According to AOTMP - an information services company focused on establishing and maintaining telecom, mobility, and IT management environments, organizations spend $1.5 trillion dollars a year, globally, on fixed and mobile telecom services. Far more than they should.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact the country, businesses have dealt with an unprecedented operational shift as they send employees and students home to work and learn. Flexible communications and cloud applications have helped companies make the transition and weather the economic storm – as demonstrated in the case of a vocational education group we recently helped.
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Now that the summer is here and you long to be enjoying the warm weather fun, put your VoIP phone system to work for you! With today’s technology, there is no need to be tied to your desk all day.
Many people are skeptical that the cloud is secure due to lack of knowledge about the technology and measures to protect the data from within. In the United States, more than 90% of enterprises and 52% of small and medium sized businesses use the cloud specifically for storage. In reality, many professionals perceive the cloud to be quite secure as compared to legacy platforms which are on-premise back-up, storage and computing systems. This was confirmed in a survey of IT professionals of medium to enterprise level companies conducted by Clutch. 64% said that the cloud is more secure than legacy systems. In fact, CFO’s are also jumping onboard. According to Forbes Magazine, 74% of Tech Chief Financial Officers (CFOs) say cloud computing will have the most measurable impact on their business in 2017.
The right phone solution is an essential component in the success of your business. There are two basic options to consider for your business phone solution: on-premise or cloud-based. Understanding the key differences between these two options can help you make the best decision for your business and get the most value from your investment.
According to Synergy Research Group, the worldwide cloud computing market grew to $110 billion in value in 2015 alone - a massive 21% increase over the previous year. It's become so important that 41% of businesses are expecting to increase their investment in cloud technologies over the next few years in an effort to remain competitive and better align their technology with their long-term objectives.