During the past three weeks, the country’s typical business day and the way we work has been turned upside down. We are all trying to keep valued employees and clients safe and healthy.
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.
Comprising a quarter of the US population, Millennials equate to approximately 83.1 million people. It is projected that by 2025, Millennials will comprise 75% of the global workforce. As the largest and most diverse generation to date, it is important to understand their motivations and predispositions in order to create desirable workplaces with proper cybersecurity to protect a business's intellectual capital and data.
Technology is evolving at lightning speed and one of the factors that tends to make users hesitant are the terms used to describe it. Certain terminology can make IT products and solutions seem a lot more complicated than they really are. This is opposite of the purpose of technology, it’s supposed to make your life easier in the first place.
The occasional dropped business call is no big deal, things happen. But if your telecom services and VoIP technology aren't up to date, what should only be a minor issue becomes a big problem before you know it. There are a number of devastating effects of consistently dropped business calls that create big problems for your entire organization.
Savvy business owners are always on the lookout for ways that they can help employees perform more efficiently. Doing so gives them greater budgetary flexibility, such as letting them hire new workers or make their goods or services more competitively priced.
Does this situation seem familiar to you? You launched your company in the best location for your stakeholders to find you. Now you are trying to get by using the antiquated landline phone system that was installed in the building years before the ink was dry on your business plan.