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FCC Chairman Wheeler To Step Down January 20, 2017

FCC Chairman Wheeler to Step Down January 20, 2017

In a formal statement issued by the FCC, Chairman Tom Wheeler announced he will be stepping down from his position on January 20, 2017. His resignation is not without controversy, however. It is customary for the FCC chairman to step down during a transition to a new administration. Chairman Wheeler had previously expressed his intention not to step down earlier in 2016. His early decision prompted tremendous backlash from Senate Republicans who were concerned for a 3 to 2 Democratic majority on the FCC Commission had he not stepped down. Under pressure from his own party, Mr. Wheeler changed his decision. Chairman Wheeler’s initial decision to stay on as Chairman under the new administration is blamed for the failed re-confirmation…

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MIX Networks Featured By Senior Helpers President As Top Service

MIX Networks Featured by Senior Helpers President as Top Service

In the winter issue of Franchising Today Magazine, Senior Helpers president Craig Leonard discussed the successes of his corporate franchise, and the tools he used to achieve them. He highlighted some of the strategies he used to help his franchise grow, including key services he incorporated as part of his franchise package to make every owner a success. Featured most prominently was MIX Networks whose unified communications services were touted as a “no-brainer” and an instrumental service to Senior Helpers' operations. The Senior Helpers article read as follows: Senior Helpers has benefited from the help of MIX Networks Inc., a cloud based voice and unified communications services provider based in Lakeland, Fla.  According to MIX, Senior Helpers provided communication services…

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What Is Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP)?

What is voice over internet protocol (VoIP)?

What is voice over internet protocol (VoIP)? Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is a technology that allows consumers to make voice calls using a broadband Internet connection rather than the traditional copper wire telephone system. Originally, VoIP services only allowed consumers to call other people using the same service (such as Skype when it was first released), but today most providers allow consumers to call anyone who has a telephone number - including local, long distance, mobile, and international numbers. VoIP services are available for use through a computer or a special VoIP phone, and some services allow consumers to use a traditional phone connected to a VoIP adapter. How does voice over internet protocol (VoIP) work? VoIP services convert…

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