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Eating Your Own Dog Food

Dave Haggblad - Thursday, March 31, 2016 |
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I love that line..."Eating your own dog food".  Wikipedia defines it as: a slang term used to reference a scenario in which a company uses its own product to test and promote the product. But to me it means a little more than that.  Using the products and services you sell puts our skin in the game, it shows our customers that we have the confidence to run our business on the same tools and systems that we are proposing for them. Read More...


Business VoIP - Hosted vs Hybrid

Dave Haggblad - Wednesday, March 23, 2016 |
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VOIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol) for business falls into two categories. Hosted and non hosted, also called Hybrid. Read More...


Is your phone system’s control unit dirty?

Dave Haggblad - Wednesday, March 16, 2016 |
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A couple of weeks ago I wrote about making sure your business phone system's control unit is not sitting on the floor or a stack of boxes. Good advice, at least we think so. This time I want to talk about the environmental conditions the control unit is placed in. Read More...


Could You Use A Paging System?

Dave Haggblad - Wednesday, March 09, 2016 |
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Most, if not all, phone systems today come with built in paging. Often that's enough. If you need to make an announcement to the office you can pick up the phone, enter the code, and whatever you say is broadcast through the speakers on the phones on everyone's desk. Read More...


Get your phone system off the floor/bookcase/stack of boxes

Dave Haggblad - Wednesday, March 02, 2016 |
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Business phone systems have come a long way in the last decade or so. They have gone from being a stand alone system to one that's more like a computer that's interconnected with other parts of your business. Our technicians use laptops to connect to your system to make updates/changes and sometimes find themselves in less than favourable conditions. Read More...