In today’s current climate, video conference security has become more important than ever before. More people are remote working in light of the coronavirus lockdown. Getting used to remote working isn’t easy. You need to get your routine figured out and you need to get used to the different tools you will be using while working from home. It’s a big shift! And, this is represented effectively when it comes to the different statistics out there in regards to collaboration tools and the usage of online video context. Let’s take a look at the case of Zoom...

It’s Easy Being Green: How a Cloud Phone System Makes Your Business Environmentally FriendlyReducing your business’s carbon footprint does more than just help protect the environment for future generations — it also demonstrates your community and social leadership, and helps you impress the growing number of consumers who are choosing eco-friendly companies. For example:81% of consumers feel strongly that companies should help improve the environment. (Source: Conference Board Global Consumer Confidence Survey)50% of consumers consider a company’s environmental reputation as they make product choices. (Source: Shelton Group)33% of consumers choose to buy goods and services from brands who they believe...

One of the most popular and useful features of a hosted cloud system is video conferencing, which allows employees to connect and collaborate face-to-face, regardless of where they are located. Here are 7 reasons why your business — and your employees — will love hosted cloud video conferencing, and wonder how you ever managed to survive without it: 1. Dramatically Reduce Travel Costs Business Travel News’ Corporate Travel Index study reveals that the average cost of business travel in the U.S. — including meals, car rentals, hotels, and incidentals — has climbed to a whopping $325 per day. And this doesn’t even include...

New video conferencing apps (and often with perky laundry detergent-like names) seem to be popping up all the time. And while these apps offer some nice features, they are categorically not on the same level as an enterprise-grade business VoIP phone system. Here are the key reasons why in the showdown between a business VoIP phone system and video conferencing apps, it’s VoIP for the win every time: 1. Better Quality Video conferencing apps are notorious for choppy audio and lag. To be fair, this isn’t (usually) due to defects in the apps themselves. Rather, it’s that businesses don’t have the network infrastructure...