MiCloud office is a business phone system that allows employees to work from anywhere. If your organization is full of road warriors or in the office, it's easy to communicate. It also lets the brain of your system reside in geo-redundant data centers. In the event there is a fire, theft, flood or natural disaster it easily fails over to another location so you never have to worry about losing your connection. Your customers can always contact you and your employees are able to communicate. Check more out by watch this video!
Are you looking to streamline the costs of your communications? Watch this short video on how hosted voice solutions can help stabilize your operating costs.
Buying a new phone system can be such an overwhelming task. There are many vendors, types of systems, and decisions to make. Your communication system is the lifeline of your business so you want to make sure it works, it fits your budget and meets your needs. Here are six steps to determining the right phone system for your business:
Hurricane season is here! With tropical storms, depressions and hurricanes brewing, it's important to take time to ensure you have a disaster recovery plan in place for your communications. Hurricane Ike damaged an estimated $29 billion properties according the The Storm Report. Hurricane Rita caused over 3 million residents to be evacuated according to Hurricane Science. The list of people, businesses and property affected by natural disasters is long and more storms will be added this year. Let's take a look at how you can improve redundancy in the event your business is hit.
Cloud is a broad term these days. The cloud refers to a variety of software applications, network configurations, and communication systems. So what exactly does "cloud" mean? And why is the "cloud" important for business? Is the "cloud" safe? As more and more businesses are spreading across multiple locations and allowing employees to work remotely, the cloud is becoming more of a staple than an option.
Integrated networks are on the rise for this year. SD-WAN solutions allow technology to deploy and manage easily over multiple locations. SD-WAN (stands for software-defined wide area networks) allow branch locations to seamlessly connect via multiple connections to ensure optimal application performance. In short, it gives a company the opportunity to simplify their network and run applications through multiple carriers. Voice Technology is changing as more and more companies have hybrid and cloud environments along with an assortment of different types of users.
With hundreds if not thousands of locations, manufacturing organizations spread geographically across an expansive region and oftentimes internationally. Anytime there are multiple locations, a variety of carrier services and communication systems are usually in play. In result, the IT team is left to implement and troubleshoot with limited resources. Being able to manage from a central location is a key for organizations to decrease operational costs. Here are a few ways Co-nexus helps our manufacturing clients:
Communication Systems dramatically changed over the past few years. Where CIO's and IT Directors once preferred to maintain all hardware and software in house, are now faced with the challenge of managing mulitple devices, platforms, operating systems and applications. The stress of the old break/fix model limits time and energy for the shrinking personnel in an IT department. Instead of hiring more people to assist with troubleshooting, IT resources are being limited to do doing more with less time and money. That's where cloud technology comes into play. When you move from on-premise to a hosted environment, you shift the responsibility of making changes from onsite to the hosted company and have the option to deploy a unified communications system. Here are two ways cloud can offer advantages to help your business run smoothly: