Try Microsoft Teams Calling FREE for one month.

9 December 2020

0

6 Tools To Power Your Remote Team's Communication in 2021

Business Wireless by Tom Collins

Many companies were caught unprepared in the Spring of 2020 because they lacked remote communication tools within their business.  

Until they were forced to work from home, remote resources and processes weren't prioritized in budgets, nor was time and resources spent on properly outfitting staff. And even if they were, many tools have a learning curve that requires a ramp-up period to solidify user adoption. 

Some companies grabbed the first tools that could address their needs, but that brought a string of its own problems. 

To help, we've compiled a shortlist of the tools having the most impact on remote team communications. Adopting even one could give your team the edge, ensuring everyone stays connected, no matter where "the office" is.

Read more
2 December 2020

0

How Can Mobile Communication Be Used In a Business Setting

Business Wireless by Tom Collins

Modern businesses require flexible tools. And flexibility is one of the key determining factors to business longevity in the chaotic business environment of 2020.

Even though the world has been slowed down by the global pandemic, the pace of today's industries isn't giving up, and to stay on top, many businesses are choosing to add mobile communication to their kit bag. 

While there are hundreds of use cases for how mobile communication can be used in a business setting, it's clear that the value is present. The question is, how can it best serve your company? 

Read more
18 November 2020

0

How Does eSIM Work: Adding Business Wireless to Your Personal Cell Phone

Business Wireless by Tom Collins

eSIM is opening some new possibilities with cellular telephone technology. 

Why? Because there are tremendous benefits that help make the decision easy to incorporate eSim technology in future mobile phone models. 

Imagine if you could save money, have a service that your team actually wants to use, and didn't sacrifice any of your phone's features. 

While the benefits are impressive, they carry more weight when you understand how the technology actually works. We've broken down how eSIM works, so you can be confident in the decision to adopt the tech.

Read more
28 October 2020

0

The 4 Most Reliable Business Wireless Providers for Enterprises

Business Wireless by Tom Collins

Reliability can be hard to come by these days. With so much being mass-produced, how can we be sure what we're getting will meet our needs?

As an enterprise business, you're operating at a larger scale than most and can't afford to sacrifice quality. And, it's ok to demand the same thing from your business wireless provider.

We've compiled a list of the four most reliable wireless providers for enterprises, so you can find one that meets your distinct needs.

Read more
21 October 2020

0

How to Set Up Your Cell Phone for Business and Personal Use

Business Wireless by Tom Collins

Roughly 26% of US businesses provide company cell phones for their employees.

Cost is a significant barrier for most companies that are considering implementing mobile phones. In fact, over time, mobile devices can cost far more than a standard VoIP phone system.

Most companies aren't purchasing phones because they believe employees don't use them. However, 95% of Americans have a cell phone of some kind, and 71% of employees spend over two hours a week accessing company information on their phones.

Fortunately, new technologies make it easier to let employees use their devices while still connecting from a business line. We'll walk you through the primary options.

Read more
18 August 2020

0

How to Get a Business Line on Your Cell Phone

Business Wireless by Tom Collins

Imagine if you could maintain a presence in your office, without being physically there.

Given the flexibility required of the modern-day business world, it's more important than ever to have a backup plan for when you can't be at your desk. Using your personal cell phone as a business line is a surefire way to make this happen.

Read more
11 August 2020

0

How eSim for Business is Empowering a Mobile Workforce

Business Wireless by Tom Collins

What if you could give all your employees a cell phone without buying a single piece of equipment?

A few years ago, adding a mobile business line meant purchasing mobile phones, cellular plans, and all their accessories — all so your employees could make calls away from their desks.

But then eSIM technology arrived and gave you the ability to allow your employees to use their personal cell phones and still have access to a business line on-the-go.

Read more
28 July 2020

0

The 4 Most Innovative Wireless Solutions for 2020

Business Wireless by Tom Collins

With remote work becoming a necessity in 2020, it’s more important now than ever before to empower your workforce with the latest tech that allows them to work from anywhere with ease.

Wireless solutions are varied, and for users who aren’t tech-savvy, knowing what solution is right for your business isn’t easy to figure out.

Read more
8 July 2020

0

Atlantech Online Launches Integrated Mobile Unified Communications for Business and Government Customers

Business Wireless by Tom Collins

Silver Spring, MD, July 8, 2020 -  Business communications service provider Atlantech Online today announced the availability of atlantech|wireless, a unique Mobile Unified Communications service enabling businesses to mobile-enable their company communications.

Read more
7 July 2020

0

SMS for Business Communication: How to Enable Text Messaging for Your Business

Business Wireless by Tom Collins

Mobile phones have changed the way we live and work. Your customers are probably already texting your business line, and you don’t even know it.

While your business may still use landlines or VoIP, it's a matter of fact that most of your customers will communicate with you via cell phone.

This recent change in business communication brings a different set of interesting issues. For example, 58% of consumers have responded by text to a missed call from a business.

The problem? Most businesses aren't set up for SMS, and the messages are lost forever. The businesses simply aren’t aware that their customers are trying to contact them — and that's money down the drain.

Fortunately, getting set up with SMS for business communication isn't as challenging as you think. We'll walk you through exactly how to establish SMS within your business.

Read more