AA Business users are the archetypal smartphone users, but the days of BlackBerry dominance are over. What are the options for mobile business?
By delivering telephony services via the cloud, unified communications for business promises cost saving and flexibility in business telecommunications.
Cordless headsets, advanced desk phones and sophisticated PC to phone integration software dominate the all-important area of reception telephony
Ken Noonan of RK Communications said there was no ‘one size fits all' approach to business telephony and the phone on the reception desk could be as flexible as was required.
As internet use becomes more and more of a mainstay of office work, many companies are finding that a one-size-fits-all firewall is no longer appropriate.
With more work going on outside the office, the use of personal firewalls is more important than ever.
As sound as your company's IT security policies may be, you still need a proper line of defence against intrusion, both malicious and casual.
Data security is an increasingly big issue in an online world. Transaction data zips around all kinds of public and private networks.
Una Dillon, spokesperson for the Irish Payment Services Organisation (ISPO), said that major Irish retailers were aware of their liabilities and the fines that could be levied by the payment card industry (PCI).
A step above ‘mere' AV teleconferencing is so-called ‘telepresence'. The idea is to allow a person to feel as if they are present at a location other than where they are.
The most important aspect of public speaking is the ability to deliver the message clearly.