PacketSaver: More Efficient, More Reliable VoIP

Although use of VoIP is growing rapidly, several factors have inhibited more rapid adoption across all market segments. These factors include concerns about maintaining consistent voice quality over IP networks, especially during periods where other types of traffic on the IP network suddenly “spike.” Discover a more efficient approach to transporting VoIP.

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4 Steps to Choosing the Right Device for Field Service Mobility

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Choosing the right device for field service management needs is not easy. This white paper will guide you through the different factors, including your organization’s technology outlook, how a customer’s perceptions of you might be affected by the device, and how the hardware features make your employees more efficient. Know the four steps to consider for choosing the right device for your field service mobility needs. Read More

Why Your Business Is Not Too Small for VoIP

This guide explores five reasons why small businesses should think differently about VoIP. There may still be situations where VoIP isn’t for you, but in today’s environment VoIP can do more than just provide lower cost telephony. You’ll see that you’re never too small for VoIP, and there are great choices available to start you on this path and turn your phone system into a new driver for competitive advantage. Read More

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