Change is a constant in the life-cycle of any business, especially in the early years when resources have to be constantly adjusted to keep pace with growth. Nowhere is the need for flexibility more critical than in the area of communications, where predicting future requirements is difficult, and adopting the wrong technology can waste time, money, and even limit potential.
In our blogs, we talk a lot about the benefits of integrated communications, and how bringing mobile phones and fixed lines together in a single hosted system like Vodafone’s One Net can deliver increase agility and efficiency to businesses of all sizes.
How does your business plan to handle the holiday period?
Unified Communications (UC) is a term you’re likely to have heard mentioned a lot lately. Put simply, it means enabling people to work more efficiently and effectively by integrating different communication tools.
In our last blog post, we discussed how ISDN (Integrated Service Digital Network) is being phased out over the next 9 years to make way for SIP (Session Initiated Protocol).
When you’re running a small business, how do you balance being out and about, working remotely, and ensuring that your customers can still reach you when they need to?
Technology moves at lightning speed, so how can you keep pace with developments and be certain your business is benefiting from the latest, most appropriate solutions?
We’ve worked with many of our clients for years, supporting them as their businesses have grown and their communication needs have changed.