There's an old saying you've probably heard of: "If it ain't broke, don't fix it."Read More
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Do you find yourself working away from the office every so often, whether from home or from remote locations?
Telecommuting is an emerging trend in the business world, along with a new software development and project management process known as the 'Agile Methodology.' Mike Oeth of OnSIP and Angela Leavitt of Mojo Marketing explored these topics in a #SMBlab session on February 17th. Their guest was Eric Tamme, Principal Engineer at OnSIP, who has in-depth knowledge on these two subjects. Watch the video to learn more about these topical issues.Read More
Want to brush up on WebRTC and cloud unified communications (UC) services?
Mike Oeth of OnSIP and Angela Leavitt of Mojo Marketing continue the conversation on SMB tech and trends in the latest episode of #SMBlab. They also had a special guest join as well: Ed Szamborski of AAccess Network Communications. Ed is a great friend to OnSIP, as well as one of our resellers. Watch the conversation, and join in via Twitter or Facebook.Read More
The average American will spend 43 days of her life on hold, according to Marchex's analysis of more than four million phone calls from consumers to businesses. In all, Americans will collectively spend 900 million hours on hold this year.
What could we, as a nation, do with 900 million hours?Read More
In the latest episode of #SMBlab, co-hosts Mike Oeth of OnSIP and Angela Leavitt of Mojo Marketing dive into topics ranging from cloud security to real-world applications powered by WebRTC. Watch the conversation, and tell us what you think on Twitter or Facebook!Read More
In this episode of #SMBlab, OnSIP’s Mike Oeth and Mojo Marketing’s Angela Leavitt discuss three interesting recent articles on WebRTC, hosted VoIP, and 2016 SMB resolutions. Watch the video recording, check out the articles they reviewed, and share your thoughts on these topics with us on Twitter.Read More
Business phone systems have come a long way from the old days of the Nortel Meridian.
Technology-savvy customers are now expecting their company's phone system to handle more than just telephone calls. Whether it's voicemail-to-email capability, chat or presence functionality to keep in touch with colleagues, or integrations with today's most popular CRM platforms, decision makers want a phone system that provides their staff with the tools to work more efficiently.
We decided to use Google Trends to compare the monthly search volume for a few VoIP CRM integrations and uncover the trends that are occurring over time. Check out what we found:Read More
What’s happening in the business real-time communications space? What are the current trends in SMB technology? In the first of many sessions, Mike Oeth from OnSIP and Angela Leavitt from Mojo Marketing share their thoughts on Blab, a new video livestreaming platform, on topics ranging from SIP adoption to WebRTC, BYOD, and more.Read More
In an earlier blog post, we discussed how New York business VoIP providers can offer NYC-based companies the flexibility needed to keep up with the fast paced workstyle. VoIP services allow employees to work remotely and still be as productive as if they were at their desks (they will be able to extension dial their colleagues from their home office phones, for instance). Hosted VoIP also enables you to make moves, adds, and changes in real-time by use of an online admin portal.
But ensuring that your network infrastructure can handle a new VoIP service can be a time-consuming task. Where can you turn to for assistance, if you need it?Read More
Google Trends is an interesting tool that can be used to discover or analyze trends in public interest based on Google searches. For example, you can see that searches for the infamous pop song "Friday" spike on Friday of every week. You can also see a minute-by-minute search map of the US during Game 5 of the World Series.
As a largely web-based phone system provider, we thought it'd be neat to use this tool to take a look at what business VoIP features people are searching for. In the interactive charts below, we've grouped some existing VoIP features and compared their monthly search volume over the past few years.Read More