Skype used to dominate an area of VoIP communications that serves a special function: group video calling. With apps like Snapchat, WhatsApp and, most recently, Slack nipping at its heels, it comes as no surprise that social network behemoth Facebook takes a slice of the cake with its recently rolled out desktop group voice calling.
Skype as a desktop communication tool is largely popular with consumers and businesses alike, yet its mobile app leaves much to be desired. Whether it’s the slow VoIP service or limited communication features, there’s definitely a lot of room for improvement.
Business communications have never been the same since VoIP (Voice-over-Internet Protocol) was launched in 1995. Thanks to this cutting-edge technology, businesses of all sizes are able to use IP telephony systems to significantly cut costs and increase communications efficiency and flexibility.
The latest announcement from Microsoft is an extension of its new and beloved Insider Programs. If you are a Skype user — whether for business, personal use, or both — then this new program just might be for you. Android, iOS, OS X, and Windows users can join the Skype Insider Program and gain access to benefits and features not available to the average Skype user.
Many business owners wonder whether Unified Communications (UC) would ultimately benefit their business. If you are one of those business owners, get to know some of the facts about UC before you make your ultimate decision. Read on for information on the pros and cons of UC and contact us as soon as you are ready to make your choice.
If there’s one constant in the field of cyber-security, it’s that hackers will never stop looking for new ways to hurt your business. In the most recent development, they’ve set their sights on Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) systems. Technology administrators for hospitals, government entities, and small businesses need to be on alert for the possibility of damaging denial of service (DoS) to their communication system.
Voice over Internet Protocol ensures businesses benefit from cutting-edge communication systems. VoIP is easier to install, configure and to maintain, and most importantly it can easily be adapted to assimilate post-purchase features. If you’re considering migrating to a VoIP solution, or if you just want to shop for the most recent developments in the service, we’ve got everything you need right here.
If you’re making or receiving VoIP calls from clients you may be sitting on top of a trove of valuable data, and not even know it. Whether you’re still getting accustomed to your new telephony system and its features or you’ve been using it for much longer and are simply unaware of its existence, it’s time to take a look at your VoIP data.
The VoIP market continues to grow and doesn’t show any signs of stopping. As its use becomes more widespread, so too do the security threats against it. Although these type of attacks haven’t received as much media attention as ransomware and phishing, they’re no less dangerous or damaging to your SMB. Let’s examine 5 five useful tips for protecting your VoIP network.
Every business owner understands that happy employees equal happy clients, and happy clients are always good for business. However, in such a fast paced and high pressure world, this can be tough to achieve. This is true if you don’t have any VoIP systems in place.