Video collaboration is changing the way we do business all around the world. Using video conferencing can be very beneficial to you and your company when working with several other people and companies on a day to day basis. It's becoming an essential tool in business and has improved many aspects of the way we work.
Imagine being able to work from anywhere, at any time. Your work day becomes dramatically different and dare we say... customizable. What a crazy concept, right? Telecommuting is quickly becoming an attractive option for many employees, but especially Millennials.
Financing isn't anything new- we know you can finance your car, your credit card bills, and your home. But did you know that you can finance your telecom? This means that making the switch to a newer or upgrading to a more customizable business telecommunications solution doesn't have to cost you big money.
If you haven't heard of VoIP, or Internet Telephony, then it is time to pay attention. If you have heard of it but are currently stuck with an all-TDM or hybrid telephony system, we have one question for you... Why? VoIP has been around for decades but has only recently been considered ready to implement as an architecture for business phone systems. VoIP stands for Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), IP-Enabled Services. VoIP historically referred to using IP to connect private branch exchanges (PBXs), but the term is now used interchangeable with IP telephony. VoIP today is often referred to as is a type of phone system that uses technology that allows you to make voice calls with an internet connection instead of a regular (or analog) phone line.
Generation Y, better known as the millennials, are making their way into the workforce, and turning heads while doing so. With over 16 million keyword searches on millennials and 44,000 articles available online, this generation is a hot topic. What seems to be on everyone’s mind is how to get them to work for you. This begins with understanding who the millennials are and how communications tools have evolved in contrast to the other generations that comprise todays’ workforce.