Communicating With Millennials Made Easy

Posted by Emmi Sauls on 6/17/16 3:20 PM

 

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.

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Topics: Insider, Millennials

Is It Time To Upgrade My Business Phone System?

Posted by Bill Myers on 6/15/16 9:59 AM

 “My dial tone sounds fine, the phone rings, it’s paid for, we invested in the best.” Is what most of you are saying to yourself but that phone system was the "best" five years ago. Think about how far your cellphone has come in the last 3-5 years... it is no different for how far the business phone system has come.

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Topics: Insider, Telephony

5 Tips to Keep Your Nortel System in Tip-Top Shape

Posted by Tom Chadwick on 6/10/16 2:30 PM

Are you no longer investing in your current communications system?...Have you curtailed expenditures on your existing systems? If that’s the case, you’re not alone and there are countless reasons why people don’t spend money on their current equipment.

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Topics: Telephony

The Ultimate Cheat Sheet On Telecom Terms

Posted by Ronco on 6/6/16 1:39 PM

 

Have you ever picked up the phone to make a call and you were greeted by silence- no dial tone? And then, when you reached out to your telecom provider, the representative’s verbiage was so left field you wondered if you’d be better off waiting for it to just start working again? We get it...

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Topics: Insider, Unified Communications

SIP vs. ISDN

Posted by Tom Chadwick on 6/3/16 2:14 PM

Do you still use a rotary dial phone in either your personal or work life? Of course not, but why? The answer is simple - there are newer, better, faster, and more convenient ways to communicate. For businesses looking to upgrade or replace their telephone system, considering the right access network is just as important as other obvious considerations you may have. So the question is, SIP trunking or ISDN?

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Topics: Insider, Telephony