Archive of: 2016

  • How telecoms can help businesses continue to grow

    Telecoms play an integral part in any company’s infrastructure and day-to-day functionality – but are businesses investing in today’s technology to help drive and increase efficiency while remaining competitive?

  • Telecoms FAQs for small businesses

    Here are a selection of the most frequently asked questions (FAQs) we are asked in relation to choosing the right telecom solution for small businesses.

  • Break free from traditional ISDN

    Are you aware that 3.2 million ISDN lines will migrate to SIP over the next 10 years.

    So what does this mean for your business with ISDN lines?

    At present nothing will change but now is the ideal opportunity to start thinking about upgrading to SIP trunking.

  • At the forefront of technology

    Since 2009, Allied International Credit has relied on Exchange Communications to provide and manage their telecoms systems across their main office in central Glasgow and a number or remote sites of varying sizes within the UK and North America.

  • Choosing the right business broadband

    In today’s technology advanced world businesses require an internet connection in order to function. But with so many options to choose from and things to consider including speed, uptime and level of service support, choosing the right package can be a challenge.

  • Smart Buildings & Cities - The Power of Connectivity

    A smart city is a place where traditional networks and services are made more efficient by utilising digital and telecommunication technologies.

    Smart buildings help businesses to achieve their goals by optimising the capability of all equipment and systems. Converged networks are at the centre of every smart building and city, underpinning its performance, to ensure efficiency for its inhabitants and businesses.

  • Meeting the needs of the customer

    Breedon Aggregates is the one of largest independent aggregates business in the UK, employing more than 1,000 employees and operates 25 quarries, 15 asphalt plants, 32 ready-mixed concrete plants and two concrete block plants, primarily supplying the north, west and east of Scotland, all with varying types of equipment.

  • Business Insider - September Edition

    Exchange Communications MD Tom Sime, featuring in the September edition of the Business Insider Magazine and giving his opinion on ‘is a weak pound good for Scottish business?’.

  • Interview - The Scotsman: Tom Sime, MD of Exchange Communications

    MD Tom Sime says there is ‘always something bigger, better, faster’ to sell Celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, so international has Exchange Communications become that founder and managing director Tom Sime’s air miles balance recently sat at 5 million, while most of its technicians bring their passports to work in case they need to head overseas “at the drop of a hat” to help out a client.

  • How your business can benefit from advances in telecoms technology

    Telecoms technology is always evolving. In today’s location-flexible business market, these developments are largely focused around ensuring workforces stay connected and remain efficient, wherever they are based.

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