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Advantage XO: Channel Partner Support

It’s no secret. As a Channel Partner you want to align with a team that can help increase your business profitability.  In the XO Business Partner Channel, we recognize the critical role support plays in…

Top Questions to Ask Before Implementing VoIP

By | January 12, 2016 | Cloud, Industry Trends, Mobile, VoIP | [ 0 ]
Thinking about a move away from traditional phone lines to a voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) solution? You’re not alone: According to Business Wire, the market is on track to reach almost 350 million subscribers…

Speed, Reliability and Security: 3 Corporate Network Essentials

Information technology is top-of-mind for all enterprise leaders these days, as executives continue to discover ways to boost corporate performances through IT strategy. While each company’s approach to tech will feature unique distinctions based on…

Unshackle Competition – End Archaic and Unreasonable Lock Up Rules

Imagine being locked-in to paying every month for something you don’t need, or don’t use, simply to avoid a huge financial penalty. That makes no sense…except when you’re dealing with incumbent local telecom companies who…

Executive Leaders Share Hybrid Cloud Aspirations

By | September 20, 2015 | Cloud, Hybrid Cloud, Unified Communications | [ 0 ]
Across sectors, organizations are seeing first-hand just how customizable and agile their off-premise solutions can be. At the dawn of the cloud revolution, many IT decision-makers found themselves disappointed by the lack of flexibility of…

Moving to VoIP? Four Tips for a Better Transition

By | August 25, 2015 | VoIP | [ 0 ]
While plain old telephone service (POTS) remains a mainstay for many companies, voice over IP (VoIP) systems are quickly gaining market share both alongside and in lieu of more traditional systems. Though moving from public-switched…

Why You Should Care About Tech Transitions

At the FCC meeting on August 6th, the Commission approved new rules as part of its widely anticipated “Technology Transitions” order — but why should you care? Well if your business uses broadband to sell…