VoIP systems are incredibly important in today’s business environment. Many businesses are opting to ditch the big offices for small, home based offices. This helps save tremendous costs. However, past hurdles like integrated phone systems, shared calendars, and common sales processes kept businesses from taking this approach. Today, those hurdles can be achieved with cloud services of all sorts. The following infographic shows various VoIP providers, their market share, and ratings.
Recently I got a subscription to Fox Soccer 2 Go. If you are not familiar with the service, it’s a nice subscription service that allows you to view games on apps or on a computer. Well, I wanted to view that on my TV, so I need a flash enabled browser to do this. So, I decided to try the Logitech Revue because it came with Google TV.
I kicked my phone land line years ago. It was really a nice feeling to kick that service to the curb. Fast forward to this year and we suddenly found ourselves in need of a landline again. Well, I didn’t want to go backward, so I decided to give Ooma VOIP service a try.
I noticed that the power seat started slipping in our 2004 Toyota Sienna. I figured it was either something on the track, the motor, or some kind of gear. What I thought would be a pretty easy fix turned into a total fiasco.
The tablet market is going into hyperdrive. The announcement of Microsoft’s foray into the tablet market utilization with Windows 8 architecture made a few ripples. It will be really interesting to see how this plays out. To say Microsoft is playing catch up is an understatement, but they have a lot of money at their disposal. Anyway, Samsung has announced an interesting product, the Samsung ATIV Smart PC which will fully run Windows 8 Pro and all your apps and programs.
WordPress is awesome until it isn’t. Knowing you (or not really knowing you – but knowing how most people operate), you probably did the automatic update with no backup.