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The VoIP Report Weekly Roundup – June 9, 2017
June 9th, 2017

The VoIP Report Weekly Roundup – June 9, 2017

Missed something on The VoIP Report? If so, check out the weekly roundup June 9 and see what happened in the world of VoIP this week.


This week on The VoIP Report we discuss how architects can use VoIP to improve communications. We also share information on Microsoft 365 and how the software can make businesses more efficient. Finally, we share insight into the trend of digital transformation and why businesses need to make it a focus for 2017.

If you missed any of our articles or any of this week’s industry news check it out below.

Featured Article

How VoIP Helps Architects Communicate

Architecture firms rely on effective communication and collaboration tools to develop concepts and detailed design proposals for buildings and coordinate the work of suppliers and other professionals to deliver the completed project.

Collaboration is a key part of their business as the American Institute of Architects (AIA) pointed out saying, “The goal of everyone in the industry should be better, faster, more capable project delivery created by fully integrated, collaborative teams.”

VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) provides a solution that helps architects communicate successfully within teams, and with clients, suppliers, and other professionals. It supports efficient teamwork, low-cost external communications, and productive mobile working. VoIP can also streamline important business processes such as billing, client management, and supply chain management.

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Other Articles

Why Businesses Need to Focus on Digital Transformation

“He who hesitates is lost.”  Literary scholars are at a loss to come up with the origin of this oft-repeated axiom, but there’s no disputing its truth. Change a word here, add a word there and you’ll discover another undeniable truth. The company that hesitates in digital transformation will be left behind. In fact, if it waits too long it may never catch up.

Digital transformation, it’s a term we all hear and perhaps use. But how many of us know what it means. A Huffington Post blogger writing about the subject suggests that many in the marketing field say they are digitally transforming. Yet very few actually know what the term means. With this in mind, we start out own exploration.

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Make Your Business More Efficient with Microsoft 365

When it comes to change, employees generally fall into two opposing camps. There’s the bring it on, shake things up legion, and the if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it delegation. If you’re considering maximizing the efficiency of your business operations by migrating to Microsoft Office 365, have no fear. Both your

Both your change-phobes and your change-philes will hop on board. Just gather them all around let them know what to expect. And don’t forget to Skype your remote workers in. Yes, that’s part of the good news, Skype is included in the software-as-a-service subscription.

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In the News

How Businesses Can Enhance Business Operations with Mixed Reality
Using Communications Technology to Improve Employee Retention
Three Cloud Mistakes Enterprises Keep Making
Fixing the Problem of IoT Security
Data Theft: How the Bad Guys Access Your Data
Are Slow Networks Holding the Healthcare Industry Back?
Getting the Most ROI for Your UC Dollar
How Workplace Design Effects Businesses

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