Although video conferencing technology has been available for decades, its use is not as common as other technologies. Like any technology, there are pros and cons to using video conferencing for both business and personal use. Continue reading
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Few can argue that carrying a cell phone is very convenient for both us and the people trying to contact us. For many of us it is an absolute necessity to be reachable for at least part of the day regardless of whether you are in the office, home, or on the soccer field with the kids. For many years IT Pros have been forced to carry multiple devices. Some were personal devices (cell, iPod, etc…), while others were work related (work cell, PDA). Luckily, now there are some new technologies which allow us to consolidate to one or two mobile devices. Continue reading
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I’ve worked with many corporate phone systems over the years. They all had several things in common: lots of features, and a very high price. More than once have I seen companies continue to use a phone system which was a bad fit for them, simply because they had invested so much time and money into the project. I knew that some day there would be a better solution.
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