The hospitality is changing rapidly in regards to their guest experience. By utilizing a guest's cell phone you can now check in, use your phone as a room key or map for the hotel and access amenities by pairing your phone. Check out how Mitel has helped over 24 Flag Hotels roll out this feature for their guests.
Voice infrastructure is best left to the experts. More and more companies are downsizing their IT staff and outsourcing voice and infrastructure. When looking for a voice vendor there’s a few things to consider for managed services:
Mitel used their collaboration solution to help secure an event over 1 million people over a single weekend. There was a need for an application utilizing photographs and mobile phones to assist first responders in isolating dangerous individuals or groups throughout the event. The outcome of the application allowed for Harris County to isolate a suspicious individual in record time.
Cloud technology allows organizations to stay up to date with the latest and greatest technology without having to spend capital to invest in equipment. Moving your communications off premise to a hosted environment for a monthly fee instead of purchasing a system gives businesses the opportunity to utilize their money in other areas. Cloud phone systems do not require costly maintenance by delivering voice over the internet. Not all cloud systems are the same. Some run over the public internet while others run over a private connection. You can read more about the differences between public and private in this post.
Mitel just rolled out with the new 6940 IP phones! Co-nexus is excited to announce we are an exclusive Mitel partner selling these touch screen, mobile integrated with crystal clear audio handsets.
The 6940 IP phones include modern touch screen capabilities with the ability to use traditional buttons. These desktop phones easily switch to mobile devices through bluetooth with a simple set up. They also include access to both personal and business contacts while categorizing the two. Check out this brief video to learn more or contact email@example.com for a demo.
Multi-location customers have unique needs and complexity that single location companies do not. Oftentimes their IT staff sits in a different location or are scattered across multiple sites. Finding a communication system easy to preconfigure so a remote branch just needs to plug it in allows an IT department to spend more time on strategic initiatives rather than trouble shooting. IT also can easily reduce travel expenses and headaches. Many multi-location companies also have remote employees who work from home and utilize their own equipment. All of these challenges contribute to the four tools every multi-location company should take advantage of:
The Internet of Things has exploded over the past few years. The term IoT refers to the implementation of sensors and technology into everyday objects. A good example of this is the Apple Watch. There was a time where watches had one function which was to tell time. As technology developed now watches are able to receive phone calls, messages, emails and track fitness activity. So where did the concept of IoT come from?