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Q&A: A Number You Can Trust

Q&A: A Number You Can Trust

Q&A: Best Low-Cost Internet Telephones

Q&A: Best Low-Cost Internet Telephones

The Remote Worker Toolkit

The Remote Worker Toolkit

5 Standard Features Any VoIP System Should Have

5 Standard Features Any VoIP System Should Have

5 Standard Features every business phone should have

Top Voip Features Your Business Needs

Top Voip Features Your Business Needs

This article provides a detailed checklist of business phone system features for companies of all sizes to ensure you get the most of your business VoIP.

Cisco vs. Avaya for Small Business

Cisco vs. Avaya for Small Business

Are Phone System Reviews Overwhelming You?

Are Phone System Reviews Overwhelming You?

Are you feeling overwhelmed by all of the phone system reviews on the internet? Do you lack the time to read the phone system reviews you need? We can help! Our Phone System Comparison Chart guides you through the salient facts of every leading system!

VoIP and PRI: What's the Difference?

VoIP and PRI: What's the Difference?

Infographic: What is VoIP?

Infographic: What is VoIP?

VoIP is an acronym for Voice over Internet Protocol, a method of making calls via Internet Protocol (IP) networks. VoIP is also known as Internet telephony, IP telephony, or broadband telephony.

5 Features You Might Need with Conference Calling

5 Features You Might Need with Conference Calling

Today conference calling is available to businesses of all sizes. Whether used by a corporate manager with 500 active users or a freelancer needing an occasional conference call, Here are 5 tools that can make every part of the experience enhanced and more efficient.

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  • Business Phone System Buyer's Guide

    Communication has been a focal point in business since inception, but the industry is changing drastically in how people connect to one another and what tools and systems they use to do so. Less than 15 years ago, 90% of people relied on landline phone systems for communication. Today, less than 60% of Americans even have a landline and 40% rely solely on their mobile phone. more

  • The IT Manager's Survival Guide

    As an IT manager, maintaining physical fax servers and infrastructure is not a high priority. However, fax capability remains a business need simply because chances are your industry is dependent on its security. What if there was a way to reduce the amount of time spent handling fax complaints and maintaining physical servers? And this way took into account security, cost savings, and freed up your IT resources. Would you be interested? more

  • The Top 10 Reasons Companies Continue to Fax in 2017

    Even though many won't admit it in public, many industries still rely heavily on sending faxes in one way or another. And believe it or not, fax usage is, in fact, going up and not down. Don't believe us? In a recent study, 82% of respondents stated that fax usage increased over the past year while only 19% stated that their fax usage went down. more

  • Ditch Your Fax Servers

    An in-house fax server gives an IT department centralized management and monitoring over the entire enterprise's faxing. This can help your company track usage and better maintain records for auditing and record keeping. However, there are serious drawbacks that come with utilizing an in-house fax server solution and these range from security to cost-prohibitive pricing. more

  • Top 11 VoIP Myths Busted

    VoIP is one of the fastest growing business communication technologies, with many saying that it will grow at a rate of 10% year over year for the foreseeable future. As with any new technology, there are many myths floating about that claim to answer the questions that surround how the new service works. more