Recently, Rich Tehrani the CEO of Technology Marketing Corporation (TMCnet) sat down with Steven Karachinsky, the CEO of Stack8 to discuss the changing role of Unified Communications for organizations and the role Stack8 is playing in it.
To read the complete interview, please visit the TMCnet site
When it comes to UC, quite often, integrators leave when a system is technically up and running, not when it is optimally running. Stack8 was founded in 2010 to address this gap by bringing enterprise UC systems closer to what they could be doing from what they are doing.
In a previous article, we discussed the changing regulations and compliance issues affecting organizations that process or transmit credit card information.
While most every company that process online credit card payments have placed a lot of effort and time into becoming compliant with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). Many do not put as much effort into the challenges that they must meet on an annual basis which is to remain compliant.
Of the many compliance requirement challenges one of the most laborious and time-consuming tasks is the quarterly PCI compliance scan.
So you are thinking of moving over to SIP trunking because the person who rides on the bus next to you keeps on telling you how much money his company is saving. While this attribute of SIP trunking is very appealing, the benefits of moving to SIP can be far more than just economic. In this article, we will look at the five key benefits of SIP Trunking for your business communications strategy.
Maybe I am dating myself, but I remember the days when we would draft all of our meeting ideas on an easel, with a giant pad of white paper. Inevitably one person would be assigned to tear off the paper and store these massive sheets at their desk, only to be forgotten and then thrown out never to be looked at again. Sometimes the good old days were not always the good old days.