Call it bad luck, poor timing, or just plain irony but Microsoft chose to announce that they will be shutting down their emergency response communication tool, Vine, on the day before the anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks. Vine was created last year as a service to help people in emergency situations connect with their friends and family. Microsoft Vine was designed to keep people connected during times of crisis when communication infrastructure is down. The service will officially end on October 11, 2010.
You may think your business phone system is functional, but is it fully modern? In recent years, telecommunications technology has made major strides. A system that was perfectly serviceable ten years ago—or even five years ago—is now very out-of-date. more
Deciding which phone system is right for your business can be difficult. With our VoIP technology blueprint, discover the top 15 questions you should ask VoIP vendors before you make a buying decision. more