As VoIP technology has improved over the past decade, it is rapidly becoming a mainstream option for businesses both large and small. It’s a buyer’s market – there are hundreds of VoIP providers to choose from – some that are household names and some that are smaller. The features are rich and the ability to have an enterprise grade phone system is within reach at a reasonable price.
Whether your business is small, medium or an enterprise, technology can improve efficiencies and profitability if understood and implemented wisely. By tapping into Unified Communications technology, a multitude of benefits can be experienced.
In today’s constantly evolving world of IT with its endless choices of providers, it is hard to keep up with all aspects of emerging technology for cloud, security, colocation and “as a service” offerings.
Digital transformation is here and now. Along with the rise in mobility, is the ongoing move to the cloud and IP communications. These digital transformation initiatives are already underway at nearly 70% of companies, according to Nemertes Research.
Millennials now officially represent the largest share of the American workforce, surpassing both Gen Xers and Baby Boomers. As they come to the workplace, they will demand certain experiences as part of their employment terms.
As part of our ongoing series highlighting the talented members who make up our Comtel and Simplicity VoIP family, we sat down with Denis O’Donovan as he celebrated his 20th anniversary with our company.
Businesses are no longer functioning in a static, brick and mortar locations. Employees are constantly on the move and need a professional any-time, anywhere communications option. Unified communications (UC) technology supports this new operations norm.
The premise of unified communications (UC) technology is simple. Businesses can consolidate multiple communications functionalities into a single tool to create an essential platform for critical business processes. This enables seamless real-time communications across channels—inside as well as outside of an organization.
The premise of unified communications (UC) technology is simple. Businesses can consolidate multiple communications functionalities into a single tool, to create an essential platform for critical business processes. This enables seamless real-time communications across channels—inside as well as outside of an organization. This translates to a multitude of business benefits, ranging anywhere from baseline productivity to attracting millennial talent to your workforce.
Since 2016, Simplicity VoIP has provided business phone services and Unified Communications solutions to the Richmond-based American professional soccer team.
Simplicity VoIP is excited to announce its continued partnership with the Richmond Kickers.
Cyber threats are a reality for all businesses, enterprise and small alike. But what if the vulnerabilities are actually internal?