It’s one thing to schedule the meeting, it’s another thing to execute it. Yes, pushing the send button on a meeting appointment is easy, but then when it comes down to crunch time, you don’t want to be left scrambling opening up different web browsers, trying to figure out what the call-in number is and playing a guessing game to determine how to share your screen. You want the meeting itself to kick off as easily as it was to send the initial e-mail about it, and then you want it to run smoothly, efficiently and productively from there on out. Anything less isn't productive.
SIP Trunking (or SIP Trunks), PBX and VOIP are common terms in the telecommunications world, but if you aren't involved in that industry, then the term is probably lost on you. Have no fear, ATSI is here! We're here to help you understand what these terms mean and how they might pertain to you.
What is MiCloud Connect?
This is a service offered by Mitel that is a unique business communications service that is completely cloud-based. It provides users with the ability to seamlessly use voice, contact and collaboration solutions from one single provider. This is an enormous convenience to users, and it makes business operations smoother and more efficient. MiCloud Connect combines a strong management portal with flexible service plans and an intuitive user experience. With this service, every part of communicating and collaborating using the cloud becomes simple.
The cloud is increasingly seen as a non-negotiable item for businesses of all sizes and across a variety of industries. Hence, the recent adoption of private, public, and hybrid cloud solutions en masse. Intel Security's 2017 report on cloud adoption suggests that 59 percent of businesses have already adopted hybrid cloud solutions. Many others plan to implement cloud technology in the near future. Upon adopting the cloud, these organizations will enjoy a myriad of benefits, including the following forms of business optimization:
Companies of various industries turn to cloud computing technologies for their information technology needs. With these hosted Internet services, businesses can use computing resources without having servers, networks, software and storage systems physically present at the building location. Relying on these virtual services allows a business to better scale its employees' workloads based on their immediate and future operations.
Technology is always changing, unlocking exciting new ways for businesses to enhance productivity. Have you heard of remote data access? This is one of the most versatile advantages that a business can implement. It offers a number of ways to enhance productivity, promote teamwork across countries and continents, and streamline your workflow. Is remote access right for your company? Here's what you need to know:
No matter what industry you're in there are a number of ways the cloud can help your small business. Sometimes people are not fully aware of all the benefits that cloud computing provides. ATSI is a leader in cloud services for small businesses in the Houston area. Some of the ways through which your business can benefit from the cloud include:
It can be a major hassle when you have to move and change jobs. Often, people realize that they have more stuff than they thought, which only makes the packing process even more difficult. The cords get tangled. Items don't fit in the boxes that they came in. People become disgruntled during the process and sometimes become even more frustrated when they realize that they need to repeat the unpacking process at their new place of work. Maybe worse, the phone lines are down and there isn't any internet. Nothing seems to work. Where do people even start when it comes to IT setup for their new office?
Business owners in most industries, to stay current, must have networks capable of handling cloud computing, file sharing and video conferencing. Employees might bring in their own devices, adding to the load of a company's Wi-Fi network. Keeping up with the bandwidth to handle it all can be expensive. Yet the other side of the coin is wasted time waiting for files to transfer, attachments to download and webpages to open. In short, more bandwidth translates to higher download speeds.