Hosted VoIP for small business

Business phone systems no longer serve as a tool for simply making and receiving calls. Today voice over IP communications systems allow employees to communicate by phone, video, and text, which is giving businesses the flexibility to connect with customers and clients in any way they prefer and from anywhere. Hosted VoIP is the easiest…

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Hosted VoIP compared to traditional PBX

A PBX or Private business exchange system consists of direct line-to-line connections made by an exchange and connected to the public telephone network. VoIP systems on the other hand use the Internet to package voice signals into data packets that are transferred over the Internet to a provider who manages connectivity to the public network.

Network Redundancy with 4G LTE

Businesses often deploy distributed networks using MPLS, Metro Ethernet or other connectivity to ensure that the communication between headquarters and their branch offices is always up and running. Branch offices located at the edge network depend on continuous connectivity. They have so many important devices and applications, that they cannot risk downtime or outages.  Sometimes…

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Web Conferencing

Web conferencing is a umbrella term for various types of online collaborative services including webinars, webcasts, and peer-level web meetings. It may also be used in a more narrow sense to refer only to peer-level web meetings. But no matter what you call it, this technology has become a common tool in business. More sales…

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4 Tools to Stay Connected with Remote Employees

Ideally, a remote employee is self-disciplined, needs little oversight, and can stay focused on getting the job done. Working from home is not for everyone. Employees who are not used to it might feel disconnected, isolated, or lonely. Collaboration tools play a crucial role when you are dealing with offices or clients separated by time…

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