Like all industries, construction has to rapidly adapt to the digital age. While this creates amazing advances in efficiency and quality of work for things such as blueprints, adherence to and training of safety regulations and more, it also creates unique challenges surrounding communication silos and jobsite progress for construction companies. (more…)
Many businesses don’t think about their phone systems until something goes wrong. They pay their high phone bill because they think their legacy traditional phone carrier is their only option. Voice over IP (VoIP) technology is rapidly showing businesses across the world that there is another option that is cheaper, upgradable and gives them the flexibility to rise above the competition in the new age of communications technology. VoIP works by carrying your business phone system over the internet as opposed to the traditional copper phone lines of yesterday. (more…)
During the COVID-19 pandemic you might have noticed your internet speeds lagging behind your normal internet experience. This is largely due to the change in normal internet usage as students and parents work from home, using up greater amounts of bandwidth. (more…)
Many businesses are implementing work from home with their employees. When your business goes from an office environment to working from home, communication between team members is going to be harder. When you can’t go talk to a co-worker in person or if you don’t have a centralized phone system with quick and easy to remember extensions, your business will lag behind. (more…)
A T1 line is a communications transmission service that uses 2 twisted pair copper wires to transmit and receive data or voice traffic. This early form of data connectivity was developed by the Bell System to bring data connectivity to the vast majority of businesses. (more…)
Over the past year, we’ve watched our nation’s economy bounce back and land on its feet. This rebound has coincided with new construction projects across the country, including two of our major markets: Atlanta and Dallas. It may seem as though there’s a new shopping mall, skyscraper, or hospital going up everywhere you look. While this economic boom and increase in real estate development point to brighter days ahead, cranes, remote offices and manpower are not the only components needed to complete a construction project, let alone, allow these businesses to open their doors to the public. In fact, the...
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