Busting the myths: the truth about moving to the cloud

Posted by Johnny Kromer on 16 Jan 2019 11:00:00 AM

Despite the continuous evolution of the cloud and increased adoption, cloud myths still persist. We take a look at the misconceptions around cloud services and offer insight into what you need to know.

The cloud has become a buzzword, but with good reason. Cloud-based software like Microsoft is secure, reliable, scalable, and can be accessed from anywhere via any authorised device. It is also not dependant on any on-premise infrastructure. Yet despite the development and advancement in cloud services that continue to improve, cloud myths still persist. We debunk them here:

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Topics: Integration

17 ways an integrated communications system can save you money

Posted by Johnny Kromer on 05 Dec 2018 11:00:00 AM

There is a myriad of ways in which enterprises of all sizes can save on costs by having an integrated communication system. Here’s our advice.

Integrated Communication Systems (ICS) have been designed to allow different communications protocols or interfaces, such as digital telephony, traditional analogue telephony and VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol), to interconnect and interact seamlessly with one another, as well as with the applications used in a company.

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Topics: Integration

Ask the expert: Why should I have an integrated, cloud-based presentation system?

Posted by Johnny Kromer on 07 Nov 2018 11:00:00 AM

Integrating your presentation system in your boardroom and taking it to the cloud is the future of the mobile boardroom. We chatted to our expert Andrew Fouche to explain why.

In a country like South Africa where the petrol price keeps rising, it’s becoming more difficult for businesses to justify the expense of having a meeting with everyone in the same room. Luckily, with the advancement in cloud-based communications, it’s becoming easier for teams to collaborate from across the country.

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Topics: Integration

Is cloud communications making the office PABX obsolete?

Posted by Johnny Kromer on 31 Oct 2018 11:00:00 AM

In our ever-changing world analogue systems are becoming obsolete thanks to digital advancements, but will the PABX system even die?

The Private Automated Branch Exchange (PABX) has been a very useful business tool for the world. It gave organisations the ability to hold calls within the same network at minimal cost, saved us from having to hike to the next office just to get clarification on that memo, and if you were inclined, the switchboard made you feel like you were on Captain Kirk's Starship Enterprise.

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Topics: Integration

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