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  • Better communications drive better business

    The business case for migrating your telephony to the cloud couldn’t be more compelling. Moving your telephony to the cloud is swiftly becoming a no-brainer.

  • Buildings of the future - what is a smart building?

    Artificial intelligence is playing a critical role in integrating next generation technologies and automating networks - and smart buildings represent one of the most exciting elements of that, allowing workspaces to become more efficient, agile and productive.

  • From IoT to integration, major strides will be made towards a connected digital future come 2020

    The next two years hold huge promise for the telecommunications industry as a range of disruptive technologies and efficiency-realising trends gain traction, laying the foundations for a more agile, better connected digital future.

  • Why Cloud Communications make business sense

    If you haven’t considered moving to the cloud for your business communications needs, now’s the time. Forbes predicts that by 2020, 83 percent of enterprise workloads will be managed by cloud technology. Cloud communications services offer many strategic, financial and technical benefits.

  • Is your phone system holding your business back?

    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?

  • Smart Connectivity creates Smarter Businesses

    Smart connectivity technologies 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.

  • ISDN vs SIP - Don't be left in the dark

    Today’s business climate calls for reliability, agility and flexibility. In order to deliver on these core Goals, the tools companies need to communicate to their customers, and the wider world, must be future ready and fit for purpose.

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