Unified Communications and Collaboration

Using IP Voice Solutions for Your Field Service Team

Posted by CallTower Blog Team on Oct 26, 2017 12:08:06 PM

One of the recent major shifts in business technology is the switch from old-school phone lines to a hosted IP Voice solution.

In the office, this is causing drastic infrastructure changes that enable companies to integrate cost effective internet-based calling systems with their suite of business software. 

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Topics: mobility, mobile workforce, mobile, cloud solutions, hosted IP voice, Voice services, voice solutions

What Are You Doing To Integrate Your Unified Communications Strategy?

Posted by Eric Lee on Mar 24, 2017 10:53:07 AM

The workplace is constantly getting better and transforming. Now, probably more than
ever, is a good as time as any for your business to offer better collaboration strategies that will lead to increase communications value for your customers and your employees.

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Topics: unified communications, collaboration, mobile workforce, UC

Skype for Business 3 No-Brainer Benefits

Posted by CallTower Blog Team on Sep 29, 2016 1:48:09 PM

Whether you are extremely green  or someone who has had years of experience, it's important to know that there are plenty of ways to reach out and interact with your customers, vendors and partners.

For example, if you've built up an audience online, then why not use Facebook or Twitter? Of course, though, it's also important to remember that both social networking sites are not only used in different ways, but cater to unique audiences as well.

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Topics: mobile conferencing, desktop video conferencing, cost savings, Skype for Business, skype4b, skype, mobility, skype for businss, skype mobile, mobile workforce, video calls, skype mobile app

How is VoIP Evolving to Create UC in the Workplace?

Posted by CallTower Blog Team on Sep 20, 2016 3:06:00 PM

niuNo doubt you've heard plenty about VoIP technology over the last several years, yet you've always thought technology change meant major inconvenience. An acronym for "Voice over Internet Protocol", VoIP changed the game when it came to technology set-up, control, and cost. In truth, it's not challenging at all to switch over to VoIP thanks to using your existing Internet line and cloud PBX providers.

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Topics: Ucaas, unified communications, PBX Replacement, hosted services, cloud-based communications, voip, mobile workforce

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