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There are always going to be certain areas that need constant revisiting to keep improving productivity as your business grows.
VoIP and SIP both refer to internet telephony, but are technically different. VoIP describes the type of phone call (over internet), while SIP is the industry standard method used to enable VoIP calls between devices.
For over a decade, it’s been predicted mobile would eventually overtake desktop usage. You might have slept through that exact moment when it occurred, but most analysts point to the end of 2016.
Taking steps to build eco-awareness into your business product and culture not only keeps you competitive in the eye’s of today’s millennial workers and customers, it enables you to reinvest your energy cost savings into other areas of your business.
Find a niche in the market that differentiates and distinguishes your business enough to stand out in the competitive pool you’re swimming in.
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Attracting new customers is an age-old endeavor for companies of all types and sizes, but with the endless options for self-service applications for every end of business, IT consultants face an increasing challenge to create value for their customers.
A hosted VoIP system is the go-to communications solution for many types of enterprises. For some organizations, the value proposition is all about the calling experience and the baked-in PBX features.
While we’ve been told over the years that ‘planned obsolescence’ is something to be expected, we can still find ways to save.
Currently the most up-to-date mobile networks utilize 4G, with speeds that travel quicker than many of our WiFi connections. So can we go faster with 5G?
Is 2017 going to be a banner year for small businesses? What road signs on the digital highway are directing traffic to this important sector of the economy?
Two communication dynamics have taken hold in the 21st Century. VoIP solutions and remote workers have emerged to address the needs of our new burgeoning mobile society.
If you haven’t joined the VoIP generation before now, 2017 should be your year to settle in and feel comfortable with it. The VoIP outlook for the new year promises more enhancements and mainstream growth.
Landlines are already going the way of the dinosaur. According to the National Health Interview Survey conducted in 2013 pertaining cell phone vs. landline preference, 41% of households no longer have a landline.
Getting more eyeballs and leads to convert prospects into bona fide customers is always a challenge, particularly for small-to-midsize businesses [SMBs].