A closer look at how VoIP is lowering communications costs

IP-based business phone systems also have the potential to afford business users with significantly reduced costs.

Interview with UC expert suggests steps to maximize return on tech investments

A recent study of small and medium sized enterprise officials found that companies that have fully transitioned to an IP-based communications infrastructure can save 43 percent annually when compared to companies using traditional business phone systems.

CompTIA study finds 93 percent of business officials frustrated with internal IT dept.

Corroborating a growing distance between modern initiatives and the skills needed to support them, a recent study conducted by nonprofit IT trade organization CompTIA found that IT professionals are having difficulty troubleshooting tech problems because they simply don't know how.

How UC platforms are integrating the hottest corporate trends

Many of the best providers of unified communications (UC) platforms are harnessing the utility of mobile and cloud technology and integrating them into a single cohesive business solution.

Using UC to engage remote employees in an asynchronous workplace

Today modern technology is creating an asynchronous workspace that has allowed staff members to work remotely and maintain high levels of productivity and collaboration on the move.

How VoIP is optimizing corporate operational efficiencies

With all the conveniences afforded through a unified platform such as a VoIP telephony system, a company's operational efficiency is maximized to the fullest.

New study finds VoIP to reduce costs, save time and increase productivity

Telephone & Data Systems Inc. recently released a white paper entitled "Find the value in business VoIP," that quantifies the bottom-line benefits that companies that have transitioned to IP-based communications can enjoy.

IBM study suggests using cloud tech for driving business model innovation

The survey indicates that cloud usage is oftentimes being left to the discretion of an IT department rather than being a primary focus at the corporate level.

How VoIP can make a company look Fortune 500 with startup personnel

One of the most pressing issues for small business officials to address is how to inflate the perceived magnitude of a business operation without growing operational costs.

Why VoIP makes sense to convey corporate professionalism

While new applications are constantly coming out affording the same processing capabilities on a mobile device as traditional corporate networks, most companies still consider a business phone system necessary to convey an appropriate sense of professionalism.