Many small- and mid-sized businesses (SMBs) turn to Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) as their telephony solution. This allows them to make calls either through the traditional desk phones (hardphones) or software-based phones (softphones). Find out the pros and cons of both phone options to help you pick out which is most suitable for your […]
VoIP, or Voice over Internet Protocol, is a telephony solution that allows users to make calls through any internet-enabled desk phone (hardphone) or software device (softphone). The type of business you run will determine which option is most suitable for you.
Getting data on the go is getting easier. And if you have an iPad with the Apple SIM, you’re going to find that using the built in carrier selection feature is getting better.
Gigsky, a Bay Area pioneer in roaming solutions, was the first data MVNO to offer data on the iPad using the Apple SIM. But recently, long time roaming specialist Truphone has been offering a similar package out of Spain.
In a previous post, I made the potentially controversial comment that SD-WAN will ultimately be a table stakes requirement for all (or at least most) connectivity solutions. And when it becomes an add-on to base connectivity, it will be seen less as a premium service and more as a component of a commodity service.