Facebook has been extremely vague about what their ideas are for their so-called Facebook Phone. Now that they stopped denying it looks like it will be based on Google’s Android platform. Facebook is not the only web company considering creating a phone as Mozilla appears to be throwing their hat in the ring. Mozilla Labs blog unveiled Seabird, an Android-based phone designed around the principles of the open web. While Mozilla officially denies they are making a phone there are many who think otherwise. Keep your eye open, the next Mozilla phone may be coming to a store near you.
The holiday season is filled with frenzy and excitement for businesses and consumers alike. Consumers prepare gift lists, compare brands and prices, and begin shopping with a vigor that is not present most other times of the year. For many businesses, the holiday season accounts for a large profit bump at the end of each year, and companies strive to exceed their goals and keep customers happy during this rush late in the year. more
There are a lot of possible reasons you might want to switch to a new phone system. The old one might cost too much or be too troublesome to operate and maintain. It might not be flexible enough. It might not be reliable enough. Or it just might not have the kinds of features and capabilities that you need in today’s competitive business climate. more
Did you know that according to 8x8, the tangible ROI of a unified communications solution for a 10,000-person enterprise is approximately $15.5 million? This isn't the only way unified communications can improve your business. more