Did you know that converting your outdated analog phone system into a powerful VoIP network is almost as easy as plugging your charger into a power socket? Long gone are the days of complicated and costly implementation processes. Thanks to improved technology, upgrading to VoIP just got easy.
By now, we’ve become so dependent on our mobile phones, it’s hard to image a time before they existed. In a world where there is an app for everything, it’s no surprise video conferencing is also attainable on mobile devices. This is due to mobility becoming an increasing trend in different business environments. Many front-line roles require more tools that provide flexibility and instant communication, putting mobile video conferencing on their must-have items.
WebRTC burst onto the scene in 2011 and generated a huge buzz. Everyone talked about how revolutionary it would be, how it was “going to explode,” and “change everything!” But a lot of the stuff I read didn’t explain how that was going to happen, or what WebRTC actually is. Now that it’s being implemented widely, I’ve noticed more discussion about it. Still, this discussion did little to provide clarity for users that weren’t developers. In today’s blog post I’m going to decode and explain WebRTC.
GXP1700 series of Mid-Range IP Phones Recognized for Industry Innovation and Quality
Grandstream to sponsor and showcase their award-winning voice, video, data and mobility solutions in booth 311
Grandstream’s UCM series of IP PBXs now Compatible with Informatec’s Info360 Call Accounting Software
Info360 Offers Users of Grandstream’s UCM IP PBXs to track all calling habits and costs
I thought now would be a good time to talk about setting up the perfect IP solution using Grandstream products. This is a great time to upgrade your business communication hub as the new year is approaching and so are new business strategies! Start off 2017 with a powerful and productive IP network and give your communications a boost.
Remote workers all over struggle with building strong working relationships with their teams. Although technology has evolved and working remotely is more popular, face-to-face interactions are still crucial in building trust and fostering strong connections. That’s why more and more workers are relying on communication technology to create and help strengthen effective working relations between remote and onsite teams.
In recent years, there’s been lot of talk about bringing mobility to the workplace. Employers are focusing on increasing performance and productivity while supporting more flexible work environments. You may wonder, how exactly can that be achieved? At Grandstream, we use our own IP products to increase employee productivity, like our DECT Cordless IP solution. Implementing this product has led to increased efficiency and improved business practices all around.
It wasn’t until I had to host my own online meeting that I realized it takes several working components to make a meeting successful. Panic set in as the audio cut out 2 minutes before the start time and attendees’ questions were already flooding the chat. There were too many moving parts; I was overwhelmed. The disaster that was quickly unveiling made me realize I wasn’t prepared.