VoIP News: Telephony Technology
A large number of people in the UK are opting to find their way out of economic difficulty by turning to self-employment, new figures have revealed. The Trades Union Congress (TUC) has published its latest statistics, which show there has been a surge in this type of work in recent times. Indeed, since the start of the recession in 2008, there has been a nine per cent hike in the number of self-employed people.
Posted on: 2013-01-23, in: Telephony technology
Switching to IP telephony solutions from more traditional equipment is undoubtedly a big step, but it is one that can pay off handsomely - particularly if the case of a council in Australia is taken into consideration. Hobsons Bay City Council made the move from analogue to IP in the middle of last year and has reaped the benefits ever since. Computerworld explained how it first implemented the technology in order to better communicate with constituents.
Posted on: 2012-11-06, in: Telephony technology
ProRail, a company that provides infrastructure to the Dutch rail network, has become the latest organisation to have its telecommunications set-up and data centre overhauled by BT. A number of solutions have been installed at the firm's base in Nieuwegein in a bid to improve its mission-critical traffic management and planning information systems. ProRail transports more than a million passengers and 115,000 tonnes of freight each year, so efficiency gains can result in huge savings.
Posted on: 2012-10-11, in: Telephony technology
Prince William and Kate Middleton were on hand this week to open the new £105 million National Football Centre, which England fans hope will trigger a new era of success for the Three Lions. Built in the heart of the Staffordshire countryside, the St George's Park facility is designed to provide the best possible training and development base for England players from junior levels all the way up to the senior side.
Posted on: 2012-10-10, in: Telephony technology
The way Britain communicates is changing, particularly when it comes to telephony, as the latest research on the subject indicates. New statistics released by Virgin Media Business show 65 per cent of all chief information officers believe landline telephones will disappear from offices within five years. The company surveyed 5,000 people, with the majority admitting they do not expect to see the technology in use by 2017.
Posted on: 2012-08-29, in: Telephony technology
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