The finance industry, which includes investment institutions, banks and money management firms, is very competitive. Anything that can deliver even a slight advantage can be a potential game-changer. In this article, we examine how Yealink’s innovative products and services can provide an all-important edge to financial sector enterprises through better communication.
Security is usually one of the top three concerns of most enterprises regarding telecom services. A properly enforced security policy is essential. It can protect against breaches that are capable of threatening organizational viability.
In this article, we share some best practices for creating and maintaining a network security policy and provide an easy-to-use downloadable template to help you create one for your enterprise.
The demand for videoconferencing (VC) grew substantially during the pandemic, and its importance has remained high even in our post-pandemic world. Because businesses now depend heavily on videoconferencing, VC users require the most advanced hardware and services to beat the competition.
Yealink has emerged as a fantastic option, offering highly advanced VC products and services at very competitive prices.
Experienced telecom administrators know it’s challenging to provide ironclad security while maintaining speed on a communications network. This is especially true for enterprises with large mobile workforces, where users have internal telephone extensions on their mobile devices or home computers.
To make achieving these essential goals easier, Grandstream has introduced UCM RemoteConnect. This service caters to provisioning extensions for remote users of on-premises UCM6300 IP PBXs securely and lightning-fast.
In previous articles, we've discussed the high reliability of VoIP technology. That said, achieving high reliability is only possible when built into the design of the VoIP network and the underlying network infrastructure supporting the service. One of the fundamental requirements to ensure such reliability is the implementation of VoIP failover. Here's what you need to know.
The concept of the “edge” is important when it comes to networking and telecommunications. There are two concepts in particular that use this terminology: the network edge and edge computing. These are distinct and separate constructs, but they are not entirely unrelated.
In this article, we’ll look at both and see how they differ and how they are interrelated.
Telecommunications is a fast-paced field that changes constantly. It is more than a full-time job just keeping up with all of the emerging innovations that affect this industry. One of the fascinating aspects of this evolution is the fact that telecom relies heavily on companion technologies, emerging practices, and new methodologies that enable novel applications with seemingly science-fictionesque capabilities and functionality.
In this article, we talk about some of the most important technologies and methodologies that are changing the telecom landscape and which are expected to continue to do so in the coming years.
All cutting edge technologies have a specific lifecycle that includes their inception, general adoption, and gradual decline. This is a process that inevitably ends with a retirement of the technology with an end-of-life or end-of-service announcement from service providers. Cellular networks are no exception, and 2G and 3G retirement dates have already been set by most U.S. mobile service providers.
A while back we took a look at IoT as an emerging trend and concept, and we saw how it related to VoIP technologies. That was almost four years ago, which is an eternity when it comes to the rate at which technological trends in telecommunications evolve. Many of the fundamentals are still valid, but given the explosive growth in IoT, .we thought it time for an update on some of the more recent developments in the field.
Wireless communication based on the Wi-Fi family of technologies has been around for over two decades. During this time, many innovations have been introduced into this standard, making it an essential part of today's data and voice networks.
In this article, we examine the latest Wi-Fi trends and what we can expect in the near future.