Recent reports indicate that small businesses are a growing customer base of VoIP solutions, joining their enterprise counterparts who already utilize the service.
With all the talk about cloud computing and its future impact on business, there has been less explanation as to why people need it.
WIth advancements in cloud computing, voice over IP and video conferencing solutions, alternative workspaces are becoming a viable option for businesses.
A new study suggests that the implementation of various IT solutions can build such high efficiencies that productivity can increase by as much as almost eight weeks a year.
In the United States, Voice over IP providers have seen their business rise in recent years, and according to a new study they won't be alone.
Believing in delivering the news at any cost, CTV paid for a series of international calls, texts and data messages from the reporters on the scene back to the station's Toronto headquarters. It was only after everyone came home when the station learned of the price they had to pay.
As cloud computing grows, older technology services like faxing, once thought to be extinct, may be finding a new venue.
As virus and spyware protection providers continue their efforts in response to the Flashback trojan that infected over 600,000 macs, a new threat to business technology is is rising up: mobile device malware.
The Lasalle Parish in Louisiana will soon be innovating their judicial approach by implementing video conferencing equipment to interact with individuals who are summoned in front of a judge.
The New York Times will soon be offering subscribers an easier way to communicate with them, due to an upgrade of various IT solutions.