VoIP Provider

  • Ion MaeApr 27, 2017
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    In the early era of telecom and business communications, voice was the only channel available for employees and clients to connect. But in today’s business environment, where companies of every size and industry are increasingly employing globally dispersed teams, the advancements in video are letting companies communicate better than ever before.

  • Ion MaeApr 26, 2017
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    Every business needs effective communication methods and channels to help them reach their employees, partners, and customers. But sometimes, a select voice solution or tool is unable to meet the individual needs of the business right out of the box due to industry-specific needs or business desires. And unfortunately, not all businesses have access to the right tools or manpower to help tailor a system or tool to meet their unique communication needs.

  • Ion MaeApr 25, 2017
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    Mobile technology has dramatically changed how businesses today operate, communicate, and collaborate. The proliferation of smartphones and other mobile devices, in addition to the availability of faster and more affordable internet connectivity options, means that it has never been easier for organizations and their employees to get online and work from anywhere. While businesses can see the immediate benefits of mobile enterprise communications, the managing and monitoring of mobile communications for compliance and quality purposes can be difficult.

  • Ion MaeApr 24, 2017
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    Business communications are rapidly becoming more mobile and more integrated to include all channels and devices, allowing works to stay connected and collaborative from any location and at any time. This is all thanks to the growth and popularity of Unified Communications (UC). But businesses sometimes think that managing UC can be a complex and costly process, especially because most UC environments typically involve multi-vendor technologies.

  • Ion MaeApr 19, 2017
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    Companies are always searching for new ways to enhance their business or enterprise communications in order to take their company performance and customer service to the next level. In recent years, Unified Communications (UC) and collaboration tools have rapidly grown and become more popular options because they offer companies a successful means of cutting costs and centralizing communication channels.

  • Ion MaeApr 17, 2017
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    Telecommuting and flexible work arrangements have become increasingly common for many of today's companies. In fact, a 2015 report from research firm Gallup revealed that telecommuting has climbed up to 37% when compared to the last decade. Part of the reason that telecommuting has significantly grown in recent years is due to the wide availability of advanced Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) and cloud communication technologies.

  • Ion MaeApr 14, 2017
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    There are a number of factors that play into a company's decision to choose a business communication system. From price to flexibility to mobile options, a number of things must be considered. And one of these crucial components that businesses often overlook is failsafe or business continuity options. Although rare, emergency situations are a serious consideration and can be detrimental to your office communications. The fact of the matter is, emergencies and disasters can strike anywhere and anytime.

  • Ion MaeApr 13, 2017
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    cloud communications technology

    Effective, feature-rich, and high-performance communications systems are now more crucial than ever before for every size and type of business. Organizations need a system that does more than just help them make and receive calls; they also need a system that offers all the tools they need to maximize productivity and improve overall operations.

  • Ion MaeApr 12, 2017
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    A leading innovator in cloud communications solutions for businesses, Voxox has enhanced its Cloud Phone virtual business phone service to include free outbound and inbound calls to Mexico, which will now be part of their standard bundled calling plans.

    Voxox's Cloud Phone bundled subscription plans (which range from 1,000-5,000 monthly minutes to unlimited calling) previously included calling to the United States and Canada only. But now, outbound and inbound calls to Mexico have been added to the minutes pool of all Cloud Phone bundled plans -- all at no additional cost.

  • Ion MaeApr 07, 2017
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    Genesys, an industry-leading provider of omnichannel customer experience and contact center solutions, has finally unveiled its three new customer experience product offerings: PureEngage, PureConnect, and PureCloud.

  • Ion MaeMar 21, 2017
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    As smartphones and tablets continue to dominate the workplace, businesses can forget pay close attention to the actual phone system and provider they choose, thinking that their mobile devices alone will suffice for business connectivity. However, today’s business phone systems remain crucial in helping businesses stay connected through enterprise-grade features, scalable options, and mobility solutions. That is why it’s vital for companies to focus choose the right phone system.

  • Ion MaeMar 20, 2017
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    Software-defined Wide Area Networking (SD-WAN) has been making headlines in the enterprise communications and networking markets. It has been dubbed as the “next big thing,” and promises to address businesses’ evolving needs. In fact, the market demand for SD-WAN is soaring, with the worldwide SD-WAN market for infrastructure and services expected to surpass $6 billion in 2020 according to analysts and industry leaders MetTel and VeloCloud.

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