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Foster the perfect online space for cross-company collaboration with Veracity Team-One. Improving telecom within your business can have benefits that reach far beyond the office doors. You’ve been paying attention, so you already know that the communication tools your team uses have a serious effect on workflow. Now, let’s think a little bigger. Look outside your own brand. What can Unified Communications (UC) do for your clients, your vendors, and the other companies you do
When you get Team-One, you get the app that turns everybody into a team player. In 2017, a survey found that 86% of employees and executives attributed workplace failures to a lack of collaboration or ineffective communication techniques. Numbers like this are just too big to ignore. Judging by that percentage, it seems that even the most independent workers have felt the value of teamwork—or at least the resulting disadvantages from a lack thereof. This
There aren’t a lot of easy decisions in business, but it’s never been easier to take telecom to the Cloud. All of the top telco analysts agree: migrating to cloud communications should be one of your company’s main goals in 2018. You might be thinking, “my business phone system is already working,” but what if it was working harder? Compared to Veracity’s Unified Communications as a Service (VCaaS), your old private branch exchange (PBX) starts
With an omni-channel contact center and enterprise-level unification, this app has everything. Putting all your contacts and communication software into one application means a lot more than extra desktop space. When you make the switch to CC-One, you make the switch to better business—faster, more secure, and highly-streamlined business. Sounds great. So, what does Veracity’s Unified Communication (UC) really look like? UC is what happens when you get the bells and the whistles; it’s the

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Posted by kirah on February 6, 2018
Category: Blog
Use SD-WAN to separate the network traffic you want from the static. Can you remember what your online experience was like ten years ago? What about five years ago? All of your favorite websites and applications looked a lot different—some of them didn’t even exist. Hardware took up more space, downloads took more time, and everything was less secure. Fast forward to today. Devices are smaller, files are bigger, and networks can securely accommodate huge