Category: Web Conferencing

Analog Phones Classic pictures show President Franklyn Roosevelt with multiple telephones on his desk, each with its own line so that he could talk to several people at once. This was conference call technology in 1941. Special equipment for conference calling was developed by Bell Laboratories around 1956. The first serious commercial dabbling in ... Read More
August 4, 2015Chris Torbit
Conference calling is the hallmark of manufacturing trends. Teams can communicate quickly, allowing each member of the team to react and build on the ideas of the others. Suppliers are part of existing business processes, sharing their core competencies to solve problems more efficiently and bring your products to ... Read More
June 30, 2015Chris Torbit
As mobile devices become more integrated into companies as necessity toward growth, mobile device management becomes all the more essential to manage uses and threats. BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) policies have become more ubiquitous lately in the business world with major benefits in saving money from buying and using ... Read More
June 23, 2015Chris Torbit
Conference calling has grown by leaps and bounds over the last 10 years. Conferences, formerly plagued by glitches, freezes, and inadequate audio/visual recording devices, have become accessible by businesses of all shapes and sizes. Mobile technology has brought quality audio and visual devices into the hands of ... Read More
February 10, 2015Chris Torbit
Conference calling technology has been around for a while, but it's taken some time for the technology to advance so it didn't lead to technical issues. Video conferencing, especially, was once known for the sometimes unintentionally funny video freezes at the worst possible times. The same ... Read More
January 23, 2015Chris Torbit
[ninja_forms_modal_form id=33 image_link="/wp-content/uploads/phone-buyers-guide.png"] I thought I had seen it all, but modern technology has even found a way to visualize phones. Soft-phones (or software phones) are a handy solution that should be kept in your technology toolbelt. If you are not already taking advantage of this technology, you are missing ... Read More
September 23, 2014Chris Torbit
Why is the Internet so slow? It’s a common complaint many IT departments receive on a daily basis. Especially at small and midsize businesses (SMBs) and those that have grown in a short period of time. Identifying exactly which user activities are eating up your company’s bandwidth or clogging the ... Read More
March 18, 2014Chris Torbit
Web conferencing is an important tool for investors, clients, and business partners regardless of their locations. Web conferencing saves businesses time, resources and money because they can meet with their clients or customers online rather than having to leave the office. Because web conferencing ... Read More
January 7, 2014Chris Torbit
Competing in the global marketplace means businesses have to find ways to streamline their operation costs and reduce costs while boosting productivity. To survive in uncertain economic times with industry downturns survival means performing at your best. This is why a growing number of companies are turning to web ... Read More
December 31, 2013Chris Torbit
What is SIP Trunking is another question we get all the time.  Organizations of all sizes can save a fortune from this technology.  It is the protocol which makes VoIP work and provides dial tone for IP Phone implementations.   SIP trunking is a huge cost saver because ... Read More
July 16, 2013Chris Torbit