Phone & Internet
Technology is changing. There’s no refuting that as soon as you get one system in place, the next big thing is getting ready to launch. In most cases, the beta phases of new technology last for months, if not years before your business really needs to consider making a switch to the latest and greatest. However, when it comes to business communication systems, if you’re even just the slightest bit behind, you’re leaving customers on the table for your competitors to steal. Regardless of your industry, one thing is certain: traditional phone systems are very quickly becoming obsolete. If you haven’t already begun having conversations with a unified communications provider about SIP trunking and VoIP phone systems, the time to start was yesterday. Let’s discuss why SIP trunking is going to quickly replace your traditional business phone system and the benefits of getting on board sooner rather than later.
Most technology you find in a business setting is going to be a long-term investment. When it comes to your phones, computers, and other regularly used technology, you want a solution that will last and keep up with the ever-changing tech landscape. PBX phone systems, while they are a more traditional model, are one of these solutions that have withstood the test of time when you have the right people managing your phones. One key element that many business owners don’t consider when investing in technology is the need for ongoing maintenance. We forget that our phones and computers are much like our cars and require a little TLC here and there. Let’s talk about the benefits of long-term PBX maintenance contracts and how to ensure your contract is in your best interest as a business owner, as well as your options for one-off PBX maintenance.
As technology continues to change and evolve, the ways we use technology also changes. The internet is among the most rapidly changing of the technology that we use every day. If you don’t stay on top of the best practices for accessing internet, you will quickly be left behind. Internet that operates too slowly ultimately means business that operates to slowly. Depending on the way your business’ internet is set up, the speed can vary greatly. Let’s talk about what is widely considered to be the future of broadband, fiber optic internet.
When you are in the market for hospitality phone systems, you are certainly doing your research. As a leading technology provider for various industries, including hospitality, HCWT has put together a comprehensive guide to hotel phone systems. We’ll walk you through everything you need to know about the different types of phone systems available and how to make the best decision for your business needs.
These days, WiFi is not a luxury that is appreciated when offered, it is a necessity that is expected. Reliable and fast office WiFi solutions are critical to the success of your business from the perspective of both your employees and your customers. When choosing the right solution for your office environment, there are a number of factors to consider.
Your business's competitive advantage lives and dies by your technological capabilities. Some office technology is more glamorous than others, but nothing is more fundamental to your success than the communications system you have in place. There are a number of things to consider when you are selecting business phone providers, so let's go through how each element effects your bottom line.