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Business VoIP Security Risks That Can Destroy Your Company

Business VoIP Security Risks That Can Destroy Your Company

A Hosted VoIP phone system is a great way for businesses of any size to save money, increase office productivity, and get the best technology. However, there are some risks to be aware of. Businesses can’t risk confidential information, their reputation as a brand...

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Choosing a Business VoIP Provider

The decision to invest in a new business phone system is one of the most import decision a business makes. Every single employee and almost every single current and prospective customer is going to interact with your phone system. It is important to define your...

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Business VoIP: A Start-Up Company’s Best Bet for Growth

A small business has many tasks and expenses to keep track of when starting up. Every little detail must be researched, implemented, and polished until everything is perfect for a successful business to get off of the ground. Among those first decisions is choosing...

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Kentucky Legislators and the Great Move Towards VoIP

According to a recent article in Business First, the state of Kentucky may soon see some significant changes in state telecom laws as a result of an initiative spearheaded by AT&T Kentucky. AT&T Kentucky wants to change an old law that mandates that all telecom...

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8 Keys To Choosing a Business VoIP Provider

In the US, there are over 100 Business VoIP Providers. While they all offer the same basic product, phone service, there are differences between them that can have a significant financial impact on your organization. Choosing a Business VoIP Provider is tricky because...

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How to move a landline number to a cell phone carrier

With so many people using cell phones for day-to-day communication (91% of all Americans or 245 million people to be exact), landlines are slowly becoming obsolete. For home owners and business owners, it is becoming easier to simply get rid of the landline and use a...

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Phreaking Telecom Fraud

Phreaking is one of more than 400 different kinds of telecommunications fraud (400 at this moment) that could cost your company a serious amount of money. Unlike other types of theft, telecom fraud does not require the thief to expose themselves to any type of...

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Built In Disaster Recovery With Hosted VoIP

Call Queuing Empowers Callers By Giving Them Choices Does your business have a disaster recovery plan in place? In addition to making sure your data is secure, a Disaster Recovery plan should also include a plan for communicating with your employees and customers...

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Worker Mobility Has Its Downside

According to a new study, the accelerating shift of workers to a more mobile lifestyle has a dark side attached to it, and that “overcoming the challenges of the dark side of mobility is essential for well-being and satisfaction in life and work.” The study,...

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FCC Increases USF Rate To 17.9%

Contribution Factor & Quarterly Filings – Universal Service Fund (USF) Management Support Proposed contribution factor for first quarter 2012 is .179 or 17.9 percent. Contribution Factor: Telecommunications companies must pay a percentage of their interstate end-user...

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Phone Phreaking Definition

Phreaking is a slang term coined to describe the activity of a culture of people who study, experiment with, or explore telecommunication systems, such as equipment and systems connected to public telephone networks. As telephone networks have become computerized,...

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Fair Use Policy

Unlimited calling plans are really not unlimited If one of the reasons you are considering VoIP for your business is because the VoIP Provider offers Unlimited Calling, you need to pay close attention to the fine print. Most VoIP Providers have a clause in their...

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Industry Watch Dog Warns Businesses About Telecom Fraud

The Telecommunications industry watchdog ComReg has warned there has been a rise in the number of PBX fraud incidents. Criminal hackers have been able to break into the telephone systems of unsuspecting companies and generate enormous bills by reselling these minutes...

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