As with any technology in today’s modern world, VoIP security threats are a risk. Sir Francis Bacon said it best when he stated: “Knowledge is power.” This is of the utmost importance for businesses looking to protect themselves against virtual security threats and risks. Jive helps arm you by explaining the seven most common threats to your VoIP security.
Client-servers or web applications? The market pendulum swung one way, then the other; now it’s splitting down the middle.
Jive is excited to attend the 53rd annual CETPA Conference on November 19-22, 2013 in Pasedena, California. Please stop by Jive’s booth for some free food and important information on Unified Communications in the Cloud for Education (in that order).
Jive, a leader in the business VoIP industry, offers a wide variety of business services that ultimately enable more employees to telecommute, saving companies thousands of dollars annually.
Voice over Internet Protocol is not a telephony trend, but is simply the future of data transmissions. This factual statement can be seen in small businesses, large corporations, enterprise units and even in government organizations across the U.S. and even globally.
Managed VoIP services are critical to many organizations, allowing the headache of onsite equipment and software to be unloaded onto the shoulders of a professional VoIP hosted business, such as Jive.
Jive helps companies maintain the latest technology at discount, bargain prices. There are a number of ways business VoIP will help a small business run smoother, including…
Yesteryear’s traditional customer service call center is rapidly changing and evolving into simply “call centers.” Call centers don’t simply rely on customers calling in anymore. Today’s viral world must incorporate a variety of social media outlets to help provide additional customer service and query outlets to consumers.
Customer service contact centers continue to increase in demand, but are simply being cut by tight business budgets in tough economic times. Many companies are finding themselves turning to business VoIP systems as a way to effectively manage call centers and utilize advanced call-monitoring solutions.
With the economy down, many businesses are facing the harsh reality: cut back or be cut back. With enterprises facing financial woes and possibly extinction, many companies have to re-evaluate their current needs, budgets and telecommunications programs.