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Wi-Fi Dangers

New and advanced technology has drastically changed the practice of law. Technology has enabled lawyers to easily access, exchange, and provide information to the courts, opposing counsel, and clients. Given the demanding nature of our work, we as attorneys have been... read more

Efficient Phone VoIP Service for A Small Business

“In the last five months our sales have increased substantially, and I have personally brought in 30% to 50% of new sales since utilizing your personally designed VoIP service.  By being able to answer the phone at a faster rate, and more often has allowed for... read more

Generational Communications Shift

Many, many years ago when I took over this organization; I made some business decisions about a few things that I took and felt personal about regarding our customer relations.  What would be best for the customer today and tomorrow, and tomorrow is here.  I believe... read more

Old PBX versus the Cloud

In 2016, nearly 86 percent of companies surveyed either had already invested in a Unified Communications (UC) strategy in the cloud/VoIP or were making plans to. Only 14 percent had no immediate plans to move to the cloud. That number meshes with a recent survey that... read more

Artificial Intelligence:

 The Rise of the Smart Machine Artificial Intelligence (AI)  or the development of smart machines, has been likened(link is external) to “building the Internet itself – something that can only be done over time, and with a huge number of incremental advances.” The... read more

2017 Brings Challenges For Scaled New Tech

With the beginning of a new year; is your business prepared for the possibility of another cyber attack, germs that your employee picked up outside the office, or even from within?  Do you have a plan for restarting your network if it goes down?  If not, we suggest... read more

Disaster Communications

Communication is always important, but during a disaster it becomes paramount.  Hard phone lines are an afterthought, if they’re still standing. If phone lines go down, we’re left with cellular networks that quickly become overloaded.  Indeed, the internet is the... read more

DSL To Be Unsupported in Many Areas

Windstream plans to discontinue DSL service it provides to residential and SMB customers in CLEC territories across 25 states. According to a filing with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the service is being provided on equipment that is “at the end of... read more

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