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Category: Communications

The Business Case for Unified Communications

By Steve Carter
Your employees want to work from anywhere. They would like to time shift the workday when it suits them. They need to come in late and leave early in order to transport…

XO’s WorkTime Solves BYOD Woes

By | November 13, 2013 | Voice | [ 0 ]

By Steve Carter
For years, I’ve had two phones. I’ve carried my corporate-issued wireless phone so my number one client (among others) can reach me at all times. I also carry my personal device so…

Cross-border Traffic Driving Higher Network Speeds

By | June 28, 2013 | Communications, Networking | [ 0 ]

By John Hanton
Canada and the United States not only have the world’s longest shared border, but also they enjoy the world’s largest bi-lateral trading agreement with cross-border business exceeding $1 B per day.
Communications…

XO Hosted PBX: Done in 60 Seconds!

By | June 14, 2013 | Communications, Hosted PBX | [ 0 ]

By Steve Lingo
One of the big hurdles most often faced when adopting a new technology is its inherent complexity. In business, when the new technology isn’t easy only a handful of technical staff becomes…

Five Ways Centralized Sip Trunking Can Reduce Headaches, Improve Productivity, and Save Money

By | April 15, 2013 | Communications, SIP Trunking | [ 0 ]

By Mervat Olds
With today’s ever evolving world, limited resources and changing technology, who wouldn’t like to save 30 to 50% in overall telecommunication spend?  If you’re that person, have you considered SIP?  Session Initiation…

The Interplanetary Internet - Science Fiction or Fact?

By | February 27, 2013 | Communications, Industry Trends | [ 0 ]

By Eric Points
In the telecom industry, product roadmaps are usually constructed based on 1 to 3 year views of the market. However, in this blog, I have decided to take a longer view of…

Here come the MOOCs

By | February 22, 2013 | Communications, Industry Trends | [ 0 ]

Communication and networking technology has done much to reshape or revolutionize entire industries. This change often originates from a perceived need for improvement. When it comes to areas that could use a good technological overhaul,…

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