Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is a game-changer when it comes to remote work. Not only can you maintain continuity when your team can't be in the office, but it's also designed to help your team stay more connected than ever!
Remote learning is becoming more and more popular – if not necessary – since the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. While many schools are opening fully, many educational institutions will be teaching online, or at least partially through remote learning.
Phil Houser, Founder and CEO of DSI (previously Document Solutions Inc.) is interviewed by Gene Dow on Good Morning Artesia. Phil discusses the evolution and diversification of DSI and the extensive new services we provide, especially during this pandemic. Interview includes demo of our GoSafe innovative thermal and mask detection technology.
Text-based forms of communication such as email and texting have all but taken over the modern business. However, sometimes it’s faster, easier, and more appropriate to pick up the phone and call. As such, voice communication, such as phone systems, remain a critical part of an organization’s ability to communicate with customers, vendors, and within itself. Yet, the digital reality of the modern business makes a landline out of place, obsolete and inadequate for business needs. Therefore, some businesses adopt VOIP, also known as internet-based phone service.
Communication is one of the most important aspects of business. Improved communication correlates with improved performance and gives business leaders a key incentive to improve their ability to communicate.