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How IoT Benefits Business

Thursday, September 29th, 2022
Delta Intellicom IoT Business

The Internet of Things, or IoT, provides many benefits for nearly any business through network connectivity and optimization.

The Internet of Things (IoT) is based on a term coined back in 1999 by a man named Kevin Ashton. At its core, IoT describes a series of connections across a network of applications and devices that allows users to determine integration between these entities for the sake of bolstering their usage. IoT is constantly evolving and moving forward, making it an important mainstay both in our homes and businesses to make our lives easier through automation and being able to operate many devices and applications from a single device.

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Critical Functionality for Modern Business Phone Systems

Friday, September 9th, 2022
Delta Intellicom Business Phone Systems

Modern business phone systems do more than make simple phone calls—new functionality can improve work efficiency.

Modern business phone systems have become complex, web-based interfaces that need to do more than simply make audio-based phone calls. Communication technology has seen exponential growth in recent years, which has become a major boon to businesses as it makes productivity smoother and simpler no matter where your employees are.

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Wired Internet is Better for Your Small Business

Friday, September 2nd, 2022
Delta Intellicom Wired Internet

Wi-fi is amazing, but wired internet comes with many benefits that can increase the productivity of your business.

As a small business owner (or not so small business), you have a lot of heavy decisions weighing on you. While you likely have staff, employees, co-owners, managers, or others on your team who can help with your decisions, ultimately, you have the final say. In those cases, the weight of the choice can sometimes make the decision feel impossible. In some cases, however, with some proper research and consultation with experts, the decision almost makes itself. The choice between wireless and wired internet for your small business should be the latter type of decision – read on to learn why wired internet is the best choice.

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Why Fiber Optics are the Best Choice for Your Business

Friday, August 5th, 2022
Delta Intellicom Fiber Optics

Choosing fiber optics for your business will allow you to be more productive with a faster and more stable connection.

We all know that speed is key when it comes to the internet. Whether you’re online gaming against friends or strangers, lag and a slow connection could be the difference between winning and losing. The internet isn’t just for fun, however. Slow internet can also hinder your ability to work remotely, make you look bad during video conferences in front of customers and coworkers, and be really frustrating. Even in the office, where most businesses have access to business-grade internet connections, slow speeds can be a problem. So how do you solve these issues? Fiber Optic internet could be the solution you’re looking for for your small business network. Read on to learn about fiber optics and why they are the best choice for your business.

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Are Landline Telephones Still Relevant for Businesses?

Friday, July 29th, 2022
Delta Intellicom Landline Telephones

Landline telephones can seem like old-school tech that isn’t worth paying for, but they still provide several important benefits for businesses.

As a small business owner, you’re always looking for ways to cut costs and decrease overhead. But you don’t want to cut out things that are really important to your employees or vital to the way you do business. The point of cost-cutting is to improve profit margins – and decreasing productivity hinders that goal.  So if a tool, process, or service is vital to your employees’ workflow and productivity, you need to keep it. But does that include your “landline” telephone?  With nearly everyone now having cell phones, and much business communication happening on internet video conferencing, it feels like a traditional phone system might be more than a little outdated.  Is a landline telephone even relevant for business anymore?

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Setting Up Your Small Business Network

Friday, July 8th, 2022
Delta Intellicom Business Network

Getting your small business network set up will give you important tools to keep things running smoothly.

Setting up a small business network at your company is an absolutely essential step in preparing your office for new or returning team members. So whether this is your first time setting up a network or you’re preparing for your team to return to the office, setting your equipment up correctly will ensure your team will have all the tools they need to hit the ground running. 

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How Scalable Phone Systems Benefit Your Business

Friday, June 24th, 2022
Delta Intellicom Scalable Phone Systems

Scalable phone systems can save you money in the long run and offer the necessary flexibility for your company and its employees.

Scalable phone systems mean always having a functional, efficient system regardless of how many calls you receive or phone lines you need. So, how does your current phone system measure up? If it’s cumbersome to add lines when you need them, or your phones start acting up when you get over a certain number of incoming calls, you should consider revamping your system with a more manageable, scalable phone system. So, what exactly do scalable phone systems look like, and how do they make it easier for your growing business?

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The Difference Between a Key System and a PBX System

Friday, June 17th, 2022
Delta Intellicom Key System

A key service unit, or KSU, is kind of old school but still useful for small businesses that need multiple phone lines.

A telephone system is a vital piece of infrastructure for any modern organization because it connects your business to clients and customers and allows your employees to communicate effectively with each other. A key system and private branch exchange (PBX) are the two primary phone systems used in today’s market. The best option for your business depends on your organization’s size, the number of handsets required, the call volume, and what type of features you need, such as voicemail, conference calls, and advanced call queuing. Here are the core differences between a key system and a PBX system. 

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