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2019 January

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Why Your Business Should Switch from Landline to VoIP

Technology has certainly changed the way we communicate in business, but the telephone remains a constant in the day-to-day operations of the modern office. You’re sure to see a telephone on the vast majority of desks in any workplace you survey. However, while we still make phone calls in the course of doing business, the technology we use to facilitate these calls has changed drastically from the traditional landlines we’ve relied on since the 19th century. Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is a telecommunications solution that many businesses have adopted as an alternative to landline technology. As opposed to plain old telephone service (POTs)—which uses conventional telephone lines for connectivity—VoIP technology uses the internet to facilitate calls. It bypasses old-fashioned copper phone lines by converting the user’s voice into a digital signal, transmitting that signal over the internet as data. This technology provides a number…

Industry Stories

Who Loves Coffee?

At Kelly Office Solutions we provide our customers with Barrie House coffee that produces premium, hand-crafted coffee. Working with this family-owned roaster, we can offer our customers with coffee that is distinct, consistent, aromatic, balanced, and absolutely…

Different Colors: How Come Your Prints Don’t Match Your Monitor?

Images on a monitor are composed of light-emitting diodes in the form of pixels. However, printers work with paper, which is not made up of light and pixels. Printers are forced to work with dyes and pigments to replicate colors on paper. Each device uses different…

New Year’s Resolutions for Small Businesses

With a new year arriving it brings all of the typical personal resolutions such as going to the gym, eating healthier, saving money, and the list keeps growing. Have you thought about what your New Year Resolutions should be for your small businesses? If this…