A Beginner's Guide to VoIP

So, what do we know about Voice over Internet Protocol, or VoIP for short? In basic terms, VoIP refers to making phone calls over the internet instead of through a traditional phone line. The system works by taking the signals and tones within your voice, then converting them into data which crosses seamlessly across your broadband connection. Dependant on your provider, this means you won’t have to pay for how long your calls are; or even who you’re calling - regardless of where they are in the world, because it’s all included in one seamless phone bundle. Sounds pretty smart, doesn’t it? Well, it is! AND it could save you money too - Bonus! Plus, the person you’re calling doesn’t necessarily need to be using VoIP, the system will convert signals for compatibility with regular telephones too.

2years | Telecoms

Reasons to upgrade your laptop

Getting an upgrade to your work laptop can seem like more hassle than it's worth. There might be sign off required, you’ll need to back up and transfer your files and the thought of potentially having to learn a new operating system can make it seem like a new laptop isn’t worthwhile. However if you’re running on a laptop that’s a few years old then you’re running on an outdated machine. For efficiency, power and enhanced features it’s definitely worth considering upgrading your work laptop. Here are eight reasons why...

2years | IT Manged Services