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Datastream Communications, LLC

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There are untold numbers of changes for office buildings in 2018. In order to get the general scope of things, let’s focus on just a few of those.

To see what’s in store for next year’s office communications, read on!

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VoIP is vital, though it may not be immediately understood. If you’re going to stand out in your industry, you’ll need to show that you’ve got updated technology, no matter your size.

Here are 5 things you should know about VoIP.

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For some time now, Voice over Internet Protocol, or VoIP, has become the industry standard for business phone lines.

But is VoIP right for your business?

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When the power goes out, what happens to all those internet services which rely on the power at your office?

When talking exclusively about your business VoIP system, there are fail-safes in place which will help to keep your phone systems up and running.

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Sometimes it seems that the telephone communications industry does its best to create as many acronyms and confusing terms as possible.

Two such terms, PBX and VoIP are no exception. Here's an explanation of these terms and the differences between them.

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So you've made the decision to start researching hosted phone systems.

Here's what to keep in mind when deciding on when to move to a hosted phone system.

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What really sets a VoIP phone service apart?

Here are 5 of features of a business VoIP service that your business needed to start using yesterday.

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Business phones can make or break a business.

Your business phone system needs to be quick, clear, and easy for all team members to use to ensure success.

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Does your office consistently run into the same issues with your phone lines? Would you believe us if we told you that you don’t need to live with them any longer?

Here are the common office phone woes and how to fix them.

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In the modern age of cell phones and technology, a business who doesn’t answer their main phone line is sure to fall behind.

Sometimes, it’s actually shocking the amount of businesses who don’t answer their phones when a current or potential customer calls.

Here’s why someone should ALWAYS answer your phone.
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