Tag Archives: telecommunications

The RAK Report: July 2014

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Welcome to the second half of 2014! Where has the time gone?  As we get back into the swing of work after a much-needed 3-day weekend, we hope everyone is enjoying the glorious summer weather. If we’re not having thunderstorms out here in the midwest, we’re enjoying warm, sunny days. Fortunately, we’re able to focus on […]

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Why You Need A Corporate Mobility Policy

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Organizations large and small are implementing Corporate Mobility Policies to not only protect themselves, but to also increase productivity by setting the groundwork of what is acceptable and expected of employees using mobile devices. From data protection to data usage and just about everything in between, creating and enforcing a Corporate Mobility Policy can help […]

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12 Smartphone Apps For Business Travelers

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Traveling is a lesson in preparedness. Before the trip even begins, we need to book airfare, reserve hotels, and pack our bags. While leaving for a day or a week can be stressful, technology allows us to ease this schedule interruption with handy applications that assist in everything from language barriers to finding public restrooms. […]

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6 Key Benefits of Converting to VoIP

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Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is becoming more popular as businesses realize the many advantages to integrating a unified communications system into their organization. Companies large and small can benefit from transitioning to this updated technology which primarily allows users to make telephone calls over the internet as opposed to the traditional copper-wire systems. From […]

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How To Support Your Mobile Workforce

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Business today runs much differently than it did 60, 30, 6 years ago. It’s not that the core goals have changed, but moreso the sociology of the workplace technology. In the 1950’s, high-tech businesses were using typewriters and desk phones. It was only in the mid-1980’s that desktop computer started making their way into the […]

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RAK’s The Word: November 2013

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With the Thanksgiving holiday a mere two weeks away, it’s about time we begin to shift our focus to the end of the year. The holidays always feel like a celebration, even though they can be stressful, exhausting, and, on occasion, downright difficult. As we frantically begin to shop for gifts, bake holiday treats that […]

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Technology Tip #2: International Travel

Traveling internationally goes hand-in-hand with higher wireless costs. While these higher costs cannot be avoided altogether, there are several avenues to take in order to reduce these costs as much as possible. The first and most important step is the addition of travel-appropriate usage plans. Many vendors will offer discounted voice rates to specific countries […]

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Q. Wireless phone share plans vs traditional rate plans – which are better?

A. Both wireless share plans and traditional rate plans can be used in cost-saving measures for your organization. The better plan option is revealed when an analysis of the average usage is performed for the users within your company.  Many organizations do not take the time to perform this analysis themselves and opt for recommendations […]

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