Facebook has free calls for iPhone users

Facebook has become one of the main ways people communicate. You can post on people’s Walls or send them messages using Facebook Messenger. This, in and of itself is pretty impressive, but what’s lacking is the ability to call people directly from Facebook Messenger.

Microsoft Messenger Skypes it up

Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) has become so commonplace that we likely use it without even knowing. One of the most popular customer oriented VoIP solutions is Skype, owned by Microsoft. Skype has received a recent update that sees Microsoft’s popular Instant Messenger program (Messenger) merged into Skype.

5 tips to encourage remote productivity

There are many positive benefits the Internet brings to organizations of all sizes. One of them is the ability of employees to connect to the office from almost anywhere, a practice commonly referred to as working remotely. Working from home, or anywhere that isn’t the office, can be attractive to many employees, but it can cause problems for managers though.

Tips to Prepare for the Switch to VoIP

Communication is arguably the single most important aspect to a successful business. One of the most familiar forms of communication is the telephone, and with advances in technology, it’s unsurprisingly gone digital. The most commonly used digital voice system being Voice over Internet Protocol, or VoIP.

VoIP has become the main backbone of voice communication for a growing majority of companies, offering numerous benefits including potentially large cost savings, and decreased maintenance costs.

All about Unified Communications

Have you heard of the term Unified Communications before? Curious as to what Unified Communications is all about? Read on to find out what it is and what it can do for your business.

Because of continued improvements in technology and changes in the way people work, we now have a multitude of options to communicate with one another.

VoIP not Just for Big Businesses

VoIP is certainly a technology that has come of age. It’s cheap, ubiquitous, and easy to use. Any business, no matter the size, should be using VoIP to increase productivity, efficiency, and cost effectiveness.

If you are running a business, then there is no reason you shouldn’t be using Voice-over-IP, or VoIP, to reduce telecommunications cost, streamline operations, and improve the flexibility for your organization today.