Advantages of using point to point wireless links
Posted by Caroline Moore on 25/10 at 10:00 AM Images and graphics, Large enterprises, Point to point wireless,
Point to point infographic image

This infographic illustrates the advantages of using point to point wireless links in the place of leased lines. swcomms has deployed this technology to businesses which would have otherwise paid costly monthly rentals for leased lines. Point to point wireless links are the...

You don’t have to answer the phone or make a call to become a fraud victim
Posted by Thomas Holtom-Hattersley on 01/10 at 10:00 AM Large enterprises, SMEs, Landlines and calls, Dial through fraud,
Phone hacker

With fraud and scams on the rise, it is important to remind businesses of the threats can be posed via their telephone system. In the domestic arena, it is pensioners who suffer the most with MP Chris Elmore calling for the Government to deal with the “epidemic of scams sweeping...

Guide to on-premise and hosted phone systems - what’s the difference?
Posted by Caroline Moore on 03/09 at 10:43 AM Large enterprises, SMEs, Telephone systems,
VoIP phone guide

You cannot apply a “one size fits all” approach to telecoms as it should be a case of “what’s the best fit for you?” Where one business would benefit from a hosted VoIP telephone solution, another may be best suited to on an on-premise platform. Each business operates in a unique...

Beat telecoms fraud this Christmas
Posted by Elaine Bellamy on 11/12 at 08:51 AM Large enterprises, SMEs, Dial through fraud, Landlines and calls, Telecoms fraud, Telephone lines,
Beware Christmas telecoms fraud

Telecoms fraud is an ongoing problem in the UK and one we always highlight at Christmas-time. While fraudulent behaviour is evolving all the time, especially online, it could be easy to overlook potential attacks on your telephone system. There are so many types of fraud activity...

Be more flexible with cloud communications
Posted by Khaled El-Din on 21/08 at 10:00 AM Large enterprises, SMEs, Cloud hosted telephone systems, Unified communications,
Benefits of cloud communications

In just two years’ time, more than 70% of UK businesses will have adopted flexible working practices. By 2025, 75% of the workforce will be made up of millennials, i.e. people born between 1983 and 2003. The way we work is changing all the time. Gone are the 9am to 5pm...

Hackers and data breaches…they can affect any business or organisation
Posted by Colin Woods on 19/06 at 10:00 AM Large enterprises, SMEs, Cyber security,
Data breach cyber attacks

It is easy to fall into the trap of thinking hackers are only going to be interested in big businesses or organisations. The same can be said of data breaches, but I urge you not to be caught out as a number of recent news stories will prove. Last weekend, reports were published...

Is broadband business critical?
Posted by Elaine Bellamy on 12/01 at 09:41 AM Large enterprises, SMEs, Internet connectivity, Internet connectivity,
Is broadband business critical image

Broadband is a remarkable tool. It is hard to ever imagine an office that would not use it on a regular basis. Many of us rely on broadband to receive and send our emails, for web browsing, for access to CRMs, etc, and, for the most part, it is reliable, swift and...

Use less hardware to save money on your IT expenditure
Posted by Caroline Moore on 12/01 at 09:41 AM Large enterprises, SMEs, Data centre services, Data centre,
SWComms Virtualisation blog post image

Using separate physical machines to run multiple operating systems and applications is a thing of past. Virtualisation enables businesses to reduce the amount of servers they use without losing functionality.In simple terms, virtualisation is a cost-saving service that allows...

Extend your networks with point to point links
Posted by Colin Woods on 22/07 at 10:00 AM Large enterprises, Point to point wireless,
Point to point links image

Point to point links are the ideal solution for extending local area and wide area networks. This technology is often forgotten when facing challenges to connect to buildings on the other side of busy roads or waterway obstructions, remote locations, semi-rural locations or multi-site...

Call recording – why it should matter to your business
Posted by Simon Dunstan on 15/07 at 10:00 AM Healthcare, Large enterprises, Legal, SMEs, Telephone systems,
Call recording image

Many businesses and organisations, whether they are in the financial, retail, legal, education or healthcare sectors, fundamentally rely on telephone systems as their major source of communication.More and more of these are embracing and adopting the benefits that call recording...

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