Twenty-two years ago, in July of 1995, Atlantech Online began offering internet services with the mission of providing high quality ISP service to businesses with an unwavering commitment to customer service. Twenty-two years later, Atlantech Online is still going strong-Still providing unwavering commitment to customer service-Still offering high quality ISP and data center services-Now expanded to include telephone service to business and government.
Today's IT pros are focused on optimizing costs and increasing efficiency while conducting low-risk pilot programs on how to innovate with technology. In Washington D.C., cloud communication tools may lend a particular flexibility and security to highly-regulated firms. Currently, 85% of organizations have a multi-cloud strategy in place, which accounts for an estimated 79% of enterprise workloads.
Cloud communication tools are a method of delivering business communications, typically unified communications as a service (UCaaS). Instead of hosting your voice-over-IP (VOIP) telephones and apps on-site, you can take advantage of direct connectivity to a cloud vendor for more agile, integrated, and fast communications.
The benefits range from cost-savings to the ability to change your apps and phone lines in near real-time.
Business has moved to the cloud and with evolving compliance regulations, enterprise-level companies face a continuing challenge: How to provide cutting edge communication services to clients, staff, and partners without violating any compliance requirements. Here's what you need to know.
Is compliance with any rules required? The answer is most likely... yes.
In today's fast paced world, having the highest performing communications infrastructure is imperative.
Enterprise businesses jockeying for growth in competitive markets require 24/7 access to:
Basic communication tools such as phone, email, and messaging.
Improved implementation of an enterprise communications network will directly impact productivity, efficiency, revenue, and profitability. How? First, consider what basic functions the network provides.
Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) represents a key opportunity for IT pros to work smarter, not harder. By using cloud-based collaboration tools that are already integrated, you can make it easier for your employees and platforms to work together seamlessly. Before you make the leap, it's crucial to know the risks of trying to use cloud-based unified communications and a separate internet vendor.
You're in business. But you're not in the business of managing communications vendors or dealing with technical problems when they arise.
More importantly, your prospects, clients, and employees expect their communications to work flawlessly; they only notice it when something goes wrong.