Topic: Unified Communications and VoIP

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Utah State University Realizes Big Savings by Upgrading to VoIP

In a world of rapid change, it is tempting to stick to things that are comfortable and familiar: An old chair, a favorite sweater, a local lunch place. For a business person, the phone on the desk might be one … Read more…

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VoIP Delivers Tangible Business Benefits

Business today moves at a rapid pace, especially with regard to technology. Oddly this isn’t the case with voice communication technology. Many businesses are still relying on aging TDM (Time Division Multiplexing) PBX systems to deliver voice communication to employees … Read more…

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Making the Financial Case for Hosted VoIP

Sometimes, a good joke can reveal more about changes in the world of IT and telephony than basic facts. I could tell you that seven in ten organizations are planning to implement or upgrade their unified communications solutions within the … Read more…

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Picking Your Best Path to VoIP

VoIP is happening. It’s gotten to the point where some telecom managers feel that there’s something wrong with them if they haven’t adopted it yet.  ATLANTIC-ACM estimates anticipate a business VoIP 2014-2020 CAGR of almost 11%. The same forecast predicts … Read more…

Outdated phone system? Five Reasons it is Time for VoIP

Old TDM/PBX phone systems are, well, old. And they’re ill-equipped to handle the surge of next-generation communications features, an increasingly mobile workforce, and the fiscal and operational needs of today’s businesses. VoIP, on the other hand, offers higher performance standards, … Read more…

SIPping the Kool-Aid: Are You Ready for SIP Trunking?

If you’re thinking about deploying or upgrading a VoIP solution, you’ve heard about SIP trunking as a way to reduce both hard and soft costs, while tapping nearly unlimited bandwidth and enabling access to rich communications. Read more…

Five Must-Haves on Your Unified Communications Checklist

So you’ve moved from being “interested” in Unified Communications (UC) to actively considering UC. Here are a few UC best practices to think about before you implement. Together, they may save you hours of headaches, not to mention significant amounts of time and money. Read more…