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Conferencing calls, teleconferencing and videoconferencing

by David Holden, ACT Teleconferencing

Using teleconferencing the geographical barriers between you and your customers and suppliers can be overcome. You can communicate and share knowledge face to face, helping your company to maintain its competitive edge. 
The technology to set up a conference, sharing audio, data and vide... >>

Cordless and wireless business applications

by Colin Bryant, TelecomsAdvice

The way we work is changing fast; moving away from the traditional, static office structure towards an increasingly mobile and flexible workforce. A recent MORI survey undertaken on behalf of Orange revealed that almost half of UK workers outside manufacturing considered themselves to be flexib... >>

International export multilingual websites

by Colin Bryant, TelecomsAdvice

The world is shrinking. The "domestic" market for British companies already includes 15 countries with 11 major languages, not including the 2.3 million people in England and Wales alone for whom English is not the first language.
Go beyond the home front, and a world of tens of... >>

Using a mobile phone abroad - 'roaming'

by Colin Bryant, TelecomsAdvice

One of the best things about the worldwide adoption of GSM digital phones is the ease with which they let you make calls while travelling abroad. Customers and colleagues can ring you on your usual number, and you don't have to worry about expensive hotel call charges. However, calls are not ge... >>



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