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A piece of technology that claims to cut your expenses in half may seem too good to be true, and often, it is. But this isn't the case with Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP). Its promise of significantly reducing phone expenses is real and well-documented. However, VoIP systems aren't perfect, and you're bound to experience some issues while using this technology. Fortunately, most of them are easy to fix and prevent.
Are you looking for a way to improve your business communication systems without breaking the bank? Unified communications (UC) might be the answer you're looking for. UC is a relatively new concept, but it's already gaining traction among businesses of all sizes. Let’s take a closer look at what UC is and how your business can benefit from it.
Small businesses need every bit of competitive edge they can muster. Failing to do so puts their company at a significant disadvantage. One such area small enterprises should consider improving is their information system. An easy upgrade is to implement a unified communications (UC) solution.
If you're like most people, you only use your office chat applications for simple, everyday use - to ask someone a question or to touch base with colleagues. But wouldn't it be great if you could do more things at once in these apps, such as completing tasks and chatting with colleagues all in a single window? Perhaps you've already heard of Microsoft Teams' robust features to accomplish this, but how do you get the most out of the program?
Scammers have found a way to exploit vulnerabilities in VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) via a scam called vishing. This scam works much like any phishing attack: a scammer purports to be a legitimate entity and asks the potential victim to provide sensitive information. Learn how vishers operate.
Communications is an integral business component that no enterprise can survive without. At the forefront of modern business communications is the all-in-one, internet-powered communications solution: unified communications.