Today, about 76% of users claim to use video solutions at work. Video communications outperforms conventional communication channels because it provides an organic user experience, resulting in higher engagement, enhanced experiences and a collaborative environment for employees who use it to communicate. For these reasons, businesses are adding video to their communication strategy and seeing outstanding results.
VoIP is here to stay, and today more than ever, its growing trends are making a huge impact in the industry, paving the way for businesses to embrace VoIP— and grow with it, too. This year, VoIP is making a buzz in the tech world as certain trends and products have emerged, shinning a spotlight on its importance to business communications. These are the trends that make VoIP so influential this year.
I want to help simplify VoIP. Especially for those of you thinking about implementing VoIP or even those who are simply curious about IP communications. Switching an entire communication hub from analog to IP can seem scary. You might think that upgrading to a new technology that includes all your communication devices can be complicated, time-consuming and even too expensive. These, among many other myths about VoIP couldn’t be further from the truth. To help paint a more accurate picture of the advantages of VoIP, I’m going to debunk the 5 most common IP communication myths.
What’s the big deal with “big data”? The way businesses manage data is progressing and becoming an essential vessel in their business model. The combination of analytics and data can help businesses not only make better decisions but discover patterns and trends that make them more efficient and profitable. That, plus the ability to discover consumer behaviors based on data is what makes this trend such a big deal.
Raise your hand if you’ve recently attended a webinar or online meeting. Just last week I attended 3 online meetings and 1 webinar. Chances are, you’ve probably been to a few yourself. That got me thinking: video conferencing is not just a commodity anymore, but rather a standard medium of business communications. For that reason, I gathered a list of growing trends that prove VC is disrupting the industry and why this medium is becoming a standard in the way we communicate.
You’re working on a report, suddenly half way through your data input, the screen freezes and with it the ability to save or retrieve your work. You sit there, frantically watching your unsaved work disappear, and just like that, Microsoft sends off an error message that your “program ended unexpectedly”. You can say that again. Too often we’ve all experienced this. Fortunately, companies like Microsoft have developed a series of recovery options that help ease program interruptions and the loss of unsaved data. Just like this scenario, system failures anywhere are inevitable and that’s why developing a backup and failover solution is critical to any business.
Over the last few years, we’ve compiled a variety of case studies examining successful deployments from around the world. These case studies feature diverse verticals that use Grandstream products to build powerful UC solutions. Let’s consider the different ways Grandstream products were deployed and how they customized our solutions to fit their business size and needs.
What’s a “Like” got to do with it? Everything! At least when it comes to social media. If you are wondering how to drive engagement and follower increase, wonder no more. I sat down with our social media guru here at Grandstream and compiled a list of useful tips to boost your social media strategy through relevant content.
Not all industries are equal, that’s why knowing how to customize the right IP voice solution is essential. With all the features that come in unified communications, options for solutions can be endless. If you don’t know which direction to go, having too many options can prove to be a headache. To help you get started, I’ve compiled the skeleton of ideal deployments based on industry aimed at helping you customize your own IP voice solutions.
We’ve already started the conversation about security— now, let’s focus on loss prevention for businesses. Part of a good risk management strategy is to reduce threats from both outside and inside the organization. This is where video surveillance comes in.