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?Read More
Today, a lot of employees work remotely. Not only does VoIP enable an easy transition from the office to wherever employees want to work, but it helps increase productivity, lower costs and more. There are many benefits of supporting the remote worker, click here to view a few.Read More
In this day of "on the go" employees and remote workers, the importance of mobility in business communications is crucial. To have a true a Unified Communications (UC) environment, cellular services must be incorporated.Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More
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