In June 2017, the White House hosted a “Tech Week” with a focus on determining how the United States could remain one of the world’s tech leaders. Neville Ray, Chief Technology Officer at T-Mobile, said that America could stay in the forefront of technological innovation by developing and deploying 5G networks as soon as possible. Although 5G will take over phones in years and not mere months, the policies that will affect the development and implementation of this new system are already being considered.Read More
Leaves aren't the only things tumbling from the sky after summer ends. The next generation of Androids and iPhones are also dropping into electronic shops near you. Prepared to be wowed with this collection of the top five smart phones for this year's fall.Read More
Analog and digital line service, commonly known as landlines, are quickly fading from businesses across America. In 2017, most companies are opting for modern, versatile solutions like cloud-based, PBX phone systems. They're fast, reliable, and portable enough to work from anywhere in the world. So, if you're a small or medium-sized business that's still relying on landlines, we're going to tell you four convincing arguments for cutting the cord.Read More
According to the head of the Defense Information System Agency Cloud Portfolio Office, John Hale, buying cloud services can be difficult for companies. Some of the biggest difficulties stem from the fact that companies don’t have the infrastructure in place for scalability, while others find it unusual to invest a service that they cannot own and operate in their own data centers.Read More
Working from home might seem like a luxury, but in fact, it has serious benefits for both employees and employers. Plus, working from home is simple these days with cloud solutions that foster communication across cities, states, and the entire country.
You can imagine the benefits of working from home for employees: lounging on the couch, drinking hot chocolate, taking an afternoon nap. But most of those benefits are imaginary — and untrue. In fact, 30 percent of employees who worked from home said that the limited distractions in their home offices led to more productivity.
Unified communications (UC) cloud services are likely the most useful services many businesses will ever have. A UC cloud-based service can offer a flexibility that hosted and managed services can’t. The service lets companies be more agile, scalable, and changeable in communications functionality and features.Read More
These days, it seems that everyone is talking about how great the "cloud" is. After all, the cloud can help connect your employees over a range of devices, anytime, anywhere. But what is cloud-based communications exactly, and why should you consider cloud-based communications for your business? Here, we will explore the top five reasons why your business should think about switching to cloud communications this year.Read More
It can be difficult to choose between premise-based PBX and cloud PBX systems. When making this decision, you should consider which phone system works the most efficiently at the most reasonable cost for your budget and needs. Let’s discuss the differences between premise-based PBX and cloud PBX systems.
Modernizing any system of communication is crucial to the workplace, especially in this lightning-fast digital era. Any company looking to upgrade their outdated systems to a more current version is right to do so; existing VoIP technology is sufficient for the tasks at hand, but a call system with SIP trunking is rapidly spreading as the new, revolutionary means of telecommunicating.Read More