The phrase “internet of things” (IoT) might sound familiar as it is a topic being thrown around in the telecommunications world as well as other industries. Although they contain the same word, internet of things vs. the internet that we use everyday, are very different. The Internet of Things in simple terms is anything and
Telecommunications is defined as “communication over a distance by cable, telegraph, telephone, or broadcasting.” The Telecommunications industry began with the invention of the telephone back in 1876 and then the invention of the World Wide Web one hundred years later. With that being said, the industry has gone through many changes to say the least.
2020 was not the year that everyone thought it would be, but we made it through (somehow). Now that we have entered 2021, it is time to think about what the future holds for you and your business. Numerous businesses transitioned to remote working back in March of 2020 and now many of them do
For a business, communication is single handedly the most important part of day to day affairs. The traditional phone system that was used and is still used on occasion are called PBX systems. PBX systems are a direct line-to-line way of communicating and are done through a network exchange. Flash forward to the mid 1990’s
Over these past few months, the world has experienced a dramatic change of what “normal” is. The concept of everyday normalcy has now been disrupted and changed for the unforeseeable future and both consumers and businesses have been affected. But one thing that has remained a necessity, at least in the business and consumer world,