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Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Setup Still Not Viable For Businesses

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Setup Still Not Viable for Businesses

With VoIP being internet-based, it is no wonder that consumers, particularly businesses, have expressed the desire to integrate their VoIP services with cell phones. Bring Your Own Device, or BYOD as it is often called, is the concept of having employees connect via their personal devices to a company’s VoIP system. The practical applications of such an arrangement are costs savings and allowing employees to connect to a Unified Communications (UC) setup from anywhere, at any time. Yet despite the demand for such a service, there are technical hurdles that are preventing businesses from fully switching over their VoIP systems to cell phones. Desktop IP phones, it seems, will continue to have a place for the foreseeable future. The primary…

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Fifteen Questions To Ask Before Choosing A Hosted PBX Provider

Fifteen Questions to ask before choosing a Hosted PBX Provider

Choosing the right Hosted PBX can be a challenge. Hosted PBX. The Cloud.  VoIP.  All of these terms can combine into a daunting challenge when all you really want to do is get the best phone system for your business at the lowest possible cost.  You might not have the time to become an expert in the topic, but you want to be sure that you are not subscribing to a service and equipment arrangement that doesn’t fit your needs and goals. Please use these fifteen questions as a guide to help you as you sort through the wide array of Hosted PBX providers.  Then ask us. We specialize in helping companies just like yours update their phone systems without…

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FCC Chairman Pai Dismantles Midnight Regulations And Targets Net Neutrality

FCC Chairman Pai Dismantles Midnight Regulations and Targets Net Neutrality

Appointed by President Donald Trump to lead the FCC in the wake of Chairman Tom Wheeler’s resignation, Chairman Ajit Pai, a former lawyer for Verizon, is wasting no time to dismantle an array of rules and regulations pushed through by the Obama administration. In the past week, Chairman Pai has passed a dozen actions meant to reverse much of his predecessor’s work and to shift the focus of the FCC toward deregulation. Chairman Pai was a vocal critic of of his predecessor’s actions, most notably in regards to what he saw as overreach by his agency. Among the rules and regulations on the chopping block under Chairman Pai are Net Neutrality, which have been a controversial and politically charged set…

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