Here’s why you should consider VoIP.

VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) with 3CX takes analog audio signals from your phone and turns them into digital data, and transfers them over the Internet. VoIP works just like a regular phone! VoIP routes your phone calls directly to your telephone using your high speed internet connection. VoIP is the latest tech breakthrough geared to significantly reducing phone communications. Learn more about 3CX.

System Advantages:

  • Greatly reduced cost per month compared to traditional phone lines
    • 3 simultaneous calls, 500 outgoing minutes, unlimited incoming minutes – $16 per month
    • 3 simultaneous calls, 1000 outgoing minutes, unlimited incoming minutes – $22 per month
  • All functions can be self-managed through a web console
  • Auto attendant built in (Press one for billing, etc)
  • Ability to change call routing at will
  • Phones can be moved to any network location without reconfiguring or rewiring
  • Standard paging, intercom, call transfer etc
  • No additional charge to add features or phones
  • Standards-based means future proofing and ability to use different brand phones
  • Very flexible voicemail options including sending voicemails as an email
  • Android and iOS apps to work out of the office
  • Video and audio conferencing
  • Contact list synchronization
  • Flexible hosting options – on premise hardware or leased cloud hosting
  • Automated backups

Socially Distancing Telecommuters: Remember Personal Devices Aren’t As Protected!

At this point, most of us who can work from home safely are already doing so. The problem is that our devices at home aren’t nearly as protected as the ones our employers offer.

Working Remotely Through VPN During Quarantine Puts You at High Risk

In response to COVID-19, CISA (the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency) is urging those who’ve been sent home to work to take extra caution as they connect to their organization through VPN.

Why Was an Entire City in Florida Forced to Pay a $600,000 Ransom to Hackers?

Riviera Beach joined the likes of San Diego, Baltimore, and Atlanta last summer after paying $600,000 worth of bitcoin to hackers who held the city’s computer systems ransom after malware infiltrated computers through a phishing email opened by a city employee.

Is it Up to the User or Manufacturer to Secure IoT Devices?

A new survey recently revealed that a whopping 75% of IoT users expect manufacturers to offer built-in protection for consumers. Additionally, three quarters of those folks even note that they’d avoid buying an IoT device altogether if they discovered it lacked embedded security features.

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