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Hosted VoIP is one of the fastest growing technologies being adopted by small businesses today. The cost savings and enhanced features are hard to beat.
Traditional phone systems present two main problems for businesses: limited features and high costs. As a result, small businesses are migrating to Internet phone systems that deliver advanced communication features
Read this white paper to see how 8x8's powerful enterprise-class UC solutions can help you obtain real strategic business benefits.
Find out why the survivors of Hurricane Sandy and other recent calamities say they wish they'd had cloud-based business VoIP communications, rather than "the vulnerability and limitations of the premises-based communications we had in place."
More than 43% of businesses that close following a natural disaster never reopen, and an additional 29% of businesses close down permanently within two years of the event.
How many features does your business really need in a phone system? Which are worth paying for, and which are over-hyped? Learn how to pick wisely in this white paper, which includes a free, one-page checklist.
Webcast-in-a-Whitepaper: Key Issues in Messaging Archiving Email use is growing 20% per year, and e-discovery is driving the need to preserve communication. Unfortunately, preserving that communication is easier said than done. This document describes the most effective methods of messaging archiving and recommendations for addressing archiving's biggest challenges.
This paper explains why unified communications is essential and why Windows® Phones are ideally suited to serve as the "mobile connection" in a unified communication environment.