Do you remember the sound of dial-up while painfully waiting for a computer to connect to the Internet? Or when all devices required a wired connection? In the mid-1990s when the Internet first hit the “mainstream” the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Standards had just barely established the 802.11 standard and dial up was considered an innovative technology. Now, a quarter century later the way we use the Internet is completely different and the original 802.11 standard is a legacy.
On my last post I briefly talked about Unified Communications. Specifically, how a business can unify and streamline all of its communication into one powerful solution. If you are thinking about implementing Unified Communication Management in your business, it’s worth taking a deeper look into the many benefits. Here are my top 5 reasons why Unified Communications is a must in any business.
The HT814 offers a sleek, compact, yet powerful device with 4 FXS ports and integrated Gigabit NAT router
Grandstream Expands Presence in Netherlands through strategic Distribution Partnership with SDC Group
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Frost & Sullivan Honors Grandstream with Global Enterprise IP Endpoints Market Company of the Year Award
Grandstream recognized for success in satisfying specific customer needs with a wide array of IP endpoints, leading to triple-digit growth
Certification of Grandstream’s GXP2100 series IP Phones Offers SkySwitch Resellers high-quality, reliable and innovative IP phones to deploy with SkySwitch service offerings
I was surprised to learn that not many people outside of this industry know what VoIP is. Every time someone new asks me what I do for work and I answer with “marketing for VoIP technology” almost immediately there is look of confusion followed by a “what is VoIP?” question. I’m left wondering, how can anyone STILL use analog technology when they could be using VoIP? If you are wondering the same—or even what VoIP is—you’ve come to the right place.
DP750 and DP720 now validated on the new release of BroadSoft's Broadworks platform