We live in a world that is finding everyone working from home — but remote work is harder for some organizations than it is for others.
Some companies moved to telecommute without a hitch, while others are being held back by aging technology that ties all communications to their building.
UCaaS technologies are closing that gap and making a distributed workforce not just possible, but productive...
“77% of people working from home report that they are more productive.”
There are 4 ways to leverage the power of UCaaS to not only connect your mobile workforce, but to bring the productivity and connectivity of the office to the distributed work environment.
You've got your mobile phone. You've got a phone on your desk. Do you need both? Not anymore! For many, desk phones are over. Starting now, you can get all the benefits of your desk phone natively on your mobile phone. And even better, it's surprisingly easy to make the switch. The switch even offers benefits like cost savings, negating the need for separate personal and business mobile devices which results in happier employees. Best of all, your business controls all of your company’s communications.
Making the switch to a mobile-only workplace makes sense for many businesses. After all, we always have our smartphone on us.
89% of Americans keep their smartphone within reach 24-7.
On average, we unlock our phones 150 times a day, or once every 6 minutes when we’re awake. Personal smartphones are a force of habit at this point.
What if you could allow your employee's own smartphones to natively double as their business line?
Well, now you can. And, when you think about the future business lines for cell phones makes a whole lot of sense.
Is your company scrambling to maintain communications between employees due to COVID-19?
In 2019, high-speed, reliable Internet connectivity is a must for your business or any government agency.
Every department of your business, from sales to marketing to operations relies on Internet connectivyt in some way. And if your business Internet service provider can't deliver, your company could face significant problems in each branch's daily duties.
Imagine you just started a web meeting with international clients and your Internet service cuts out or degrades significantly. Or, the warehouse dropped service and lost the ability to track orders as they arrive or leave.
These problems are real and happen all the time when companies don't invest in the right provider for their needs. In Washington, D.C., there's no shortage of ISPs, and that can make finding the right option overwhelming.
To reduce the paralysis by analysis, we've compiled a list of the top companies and the reasons you may want to work with them.
Is big telecom selling you short?
Global telecommunications providers spend a lot of money on national marketing campaigns. Super Bowl ads. Full page newspaper advertisements. Their spend for online advertising exceeds some local government budgets for technology! They always say they're the best or the fastest or the latest and greatest. But, the very nature of big telecom is to maximize profit. They want the highest possible return-on-investment (ROI) on their network assets. It's not their fault. That is what Wall Street demands.
Don't get me wrong. We here at Atlantech Online are stone cold capitalists. We’re all in business to turn a profit. However, making money doesn’t have to come at the expense of your customers. You don’t need to cut costs required to satisfy customers to compete, especially when cutting costs means cutting quality.
Here’s what big telecom doesn’t advertise in their Super Bowl commercials.