The news that traditional phone lines were about to be phased out shouldn’t have come as much of a shock to most people. Anyone who has seen an iconic red telephone box being used as a makeshift community library, probably realised something was happening with how our approach to […]
Collaboration technologies, and customer demands, have changed considerably over the last decade. When I first started at Node4 in 2007 (as a team of one), the terms “Collaboration” and “Unified Communications” or “UC” were not so common.
I left school after my A-levels, certain that I didn’t want to go to university, but not knowing how to get into my desired career in marketing. After emailing over 50 agencies asking for an internship or any form of work experience, and having no luck, I thought I might have to give up.
While businesses go to great lengths to protect their IT infrastructure against cyber criminals, there is one vital aspect of business security that is so often overlooked – effectively securing your telephone system.
‘Tis the season of over indulgence – three-course Christmas lunches, festive drinks, office parties and last-minute dashes to the shops for Secret Santa presents. Amongst all of this activity, it can be easy to lose sight of what’s really important and where money is best spent.
Whether you’re a director or IT manager within a small and medium-sized enterprise (SME), you always need to keep an eye on the future. Unlike a larger organisation, you don’t necessarily have the resource or financial buffer to react last minute to unexpected costs, growth or change.