Landline vs. Managed Voice: Which Is Best for Your Business?

We have come far in human communication, from the technology invented by Alexander Graham Bell in 1885 to the managed voice systems of today. Communications has turned into an intricate network of interconnected devices that work wirelessly. This complex system brings with it a lot of promises and a steep learning curve.

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Make the Move: From Manual Audit to Audit Asset Management

Audit asset management (AAM) is a growing business practice, as it is becoming imperative for an organization to document all the technology assets – hardware and software — they own, understand their nature, management and maintenance, and ensure they comply with industry standards.

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Managed Voice: More Communication Features for Less Cost

Cloud-based technologies are on the rise. With it, managed voice services are on the verge of becoming fundamental in every successful business. Although not currently a popularly used term in Australia, this voice over internet protocol (VoIP) service is slowly becoming a revolutionary way to interact with people. Let us learn more about this developed communication technology, and why your business needs to implement it to support your success. Continue reading “Managed Voice: More Communication Features for Less Cost”

Sound Advice and Savings: The Benefits of Hiring an Expert for Hardware and Software Provisioning

As cloud computing becomes more ubiquitous in today’s technology, hardware and software provisioning becomes increasingly necessary to support the IT infrastructure. Let’s learn more about it and why you need an expert’s advice.

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Disaster Recovery Plan: A Business Must to Survive Any Calamity

For business owners, a disaster recovery plan is as essential as insurance is to a car. It is a crucial part of the IT strategy that will allow the company to recover after a catastrophe. From natural disasters to malicious cyberattacks, anything that causes a major workflow disturbance can threaten the operation of the business.

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A Business Continuity Plan Will Save Your Business

For any business, crises like natural disasters, emergencies, and cyberattacks can be survived if an active business continuity plan is in place. Because adversities usually happen without warning, it is imperative that companies know what actions to take if something goes wrong.
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