Getting Your Network Telemedicine-Ready
The concept of telemedicine—using technology to deliver remote clinical services to patients—has been around for quite a while. The current shift to remote everything, however, has made telemedicine a necessity for virtually all non-critical healthcare. This means that healthcare organizations everywhere, ready or not, are forced to support telemedicine right now. But to be effective, telemedicine requires a strategy and network infrastructure that can support its unique needs. If you’re…
Which SD-WAN?
There’s a lot of talk about SD-WAN and the benefits it can deliver. If you’re a multi-site business with growing bandwidth needs, SD-WAN enables you to manage bandwidth more efficiently across all your locations. By decoupling the networking hardware from its control mechanism—that’s the SD, or software-defined piece of the acronym—SD-WAN simplifies the management and operation of your WAN and enables you to dynamically share bandwidth across your connection points…
Kari’s Law Affects Every Multi-Line Telephone System—Here’s What You Need to Know
In 2013, Kari Hunt was in a hotel room with her children when she was killed by her estranged husband. Her then-9-year-old daughter tried repeatedly to call 911, as she had been taught to do, but was unsuccessful because she didn’t know the hotel phone required her to dial 9 to get an outside line. To prevent another tragedy like this happening again, on February 16, 2018, Kari’s Law became…
3 Matters to Keep in Mind when Overhauling your UC Systems
Unified communications systems can prove transformative to your business. However, finding the right tools for your specific needs and supporting the underlying technologies needed to put those solutions in place is a complex matter. The challenge is well worth tackling as a modern UC system can: Reduce travel costs by allowing for powerful videoconferencing capabilities. Keep employees engaged by creating more personal means for corporate communications. Foster collaboration as the ability…
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