Cloud communications services are today’s mainstream alternative to on-premises phone systems. Here we look at 10 popular reasons why businesses are moving to the Cloud.
As digital innovation continues, the differences between working in the office, a coffeehouse, your own backyard or even at the lake will soon fade away. People won’t have to work remotely if they don’t want to, but the office is already becoming just one of many locations where work occurs.
Digital leadership is a buzzword that is trending in many businesses today, and some people are of the mistaken belief that the practice is all about technology. In fact, the injection of technology into the leadership-relationship mix simply provides companies with a host of advantages and a few challenges.
Every business needs to be ready to handle any situation or event that could affect operations. Here are eight steps you can take toward developing your own business continuity and disaster recovery plan.
The shopping season looks promising, especially for companies that engage with consumers over mobile. Discover the trends, and a few tips to help retailers head into this make-or-break time of the year with a great game plan, great partners and solid solutions that will improve their cost position.
Cloud-based Voice and Unified Communications services offer tangible business benefits including cost savings and increased mobility. A key decision factor is whether to go with a fully managed Hosted Voice / UC service or one that is delivered over-the-top. Compare and contrast the strengths of each in meeting the communications and collaboration needs of today's workforce.
Employees are bringing their favorite cloud services into your network. What kinds of risk could these consumer grade apps pose?
These five events prompt many companies to move infrastructure, data, or applications to the cloud.
The adoption of Wireless devices presents challenges for IT and unprecedented opportunities for businesses. Consider a Managed WiFi solution and these tips for choosing one.
The ‘bring your own device’ trend is bound to continue bringing new challenges for already overtaxed IT departments.
Avoid the “fine print blues” (also known as buyer’s remorse) when buying a Hosted Voice service. Our list of insightful questions can get you started shopping smartly.
Seat belts, insurance policies, and savings accounts: these are all examples of things we do to prepare ourselves for the unexpected. Has your organization taken the necessary measures to protect your business’ critical data from unforeseen events that could wipe out your data—such as natural disaster, human error, and malicious attacks?
Learn about mobility features in Hosted VoIP that help you get away yet keep the ball rolling back at the office.
Technology is lengthening the tether of the modern corporate workforce, but with that greater freedom, businesses need safe, productive infrastructure.
As communication technology continues to advance, our options for business communication solutions grow. Check out our infographic to find out why a change from an older existing system to new advanced platforms is good for your business.