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Simplifying the Complexity of Unified Communications

Simplifying the Complexity of Unified Communications

Simplifying the Complexity of Unified Communications Unified communications (UC) solutions can often be intensely complex. Even so, many UC providers have not…

Adopting a BYOD Program Offers Cost Saving Solutions for Small Businesses

Many SMBs (small and medium-sized businesses) are seeing the advantages…

Why Cisco and Avaya are Battling Microsoft in a Unified Communications War

Unexpectedly, Microsoft’s Lync – its unified communications system – is…

Hosted VoIP vs VoIP PBX (infographic)

Here’s a great infographic made by CBP Research showing who…

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How Video Conferencing WILL Help Your Business

How Video Conferencing WILL Help Your Business

It was not very long ago that the idea of making a video call seemed like a futuristic notion. However, using VoIP…

Solar Powered Cell Phone Charger

Here is a cool idea I have been thinking about…

Instagram Video-Sharing could be announced on June 20th

  Facebook is holding some unknown media event on June…

the Xperia ZR (scaled down Xperia Z)

Sony unveiled the Xperia ZR today, a smaller smartphone version…

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Video Conferencing Is Changing the Way Schools Teach Their Students

Video Conferencing Is Changing the Way Schools Teach Their Students

The old one room schoolhouse is long gone. In its place is the transformation to new technology, where teachers are using video…

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SIP Trunking: Things to Consider about SIP Trunking

Many businesses are seeing the advantage of using SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) Trunking technology to replace their existing communications system. It offers significant improvements in the way they can communicate with customers, suppliers, vendors, and each other. It improves efficiency, while saving the company monthly…

Unified Communications: How Cisco Competes with Microsoft Lync

Both Cisco and Microsoft offer phenomenal UC (Unified Communications) platforms. However, their rivalry is legendary in the industry. As an outside observer, it is Cisco that remains dominant in the UC world today. They have been able to maximize their leverage through its VoIP technology.…