Friday, July 31, 2015

The Advantages of a Cloud Based Telephone System

There are a lot of businesses that are growing, and yet their technology is holding them back. Luckily, there is a solution to this problem. A cloud based telephone system could help your business reach its full potential. After all, the sky is the limit! Below are some of the benefits you'll reap from this new technology.

Convenient and Cost Effective
When you have a cloud based telephone system, it cuts out the need for costly equipment. All you'll need is the phone itself. It's convenient and cost effective.

User Friendly
No one wants to be stuck with a telephone system they don't understand. That is not the case with cloud based telephone systems. They are designed to be user friendly. 

Unified Communications
Do wish that all of your business' communications were located in one location? With a cloud based telephone system, you don't have to wish! It allows your phone calls and voice mails to be in the same place.

If you are interested in having a cloud based business telephone system on Long Island or New York City,  turn to Reliable Voice and Data Systems. We can help your business stay on the cutting edge of technology. Contact us today to receive a free estimate. We deliver all work within budget and on time. Call us at 1-800-287-4500 today!

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Friday, July 17, 2015

Tips for Managing Remote Workers

Many businesses that utilize VOIP telephone systems have remote workers. After all, VOIP phone systems allow people to work from anywhere! Below are some tips on how to manage these remote workers.

Supply Them With Tools for Success
Some employees feel that the technology that their business has actually hinders productivity. No one wants that. Be sure to supply your remote workers with tools that will increase their productivity. It could even be something as simple as the latest app!

Put Policies In Place
A lot of remote workers access VOIP through their personal cell phone. While there is nothing wrong with this, it can blur the lines between your personal life and business activities. Put policies in place that increase the safety of sensitive business information.

Are you interested in having a VOIP phone system installed for your business? If so, turn to Reliable Voice and Data Systems. We are the premier resource for telecommunications support and VOIP phone systems for both large and small businesses. Contact us today to receive a free consultation and estimate. Call us at 1(800) 287-4500, today!

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Friday, July 10, 2015

​Important Telephony Terms

When your coworkers discuss telephony, does your head start to spin? If so, you are not alone. We understand that telephony terms can sound like a foreign language if you don't know the lingo. Below are some important telephony terms to be aware of.

VOIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol)
VOIP is the transmission of telephone calls (voice) over data networks. VOIP is also referred to as IP Telephony. It enables technology convergence for voice, video and data.

IP (Internet Protocol) 
This term refers to the way in which voice and data signals are sent to devices. It is usually transported via the internet or the local area network.

LAN (Local Area Network)
A local area network refers to a computer network located in a building. 

WAN (Wide Area Network)
A wide area network can be defined as a computer network that spans a large area. It is not confined to an office, like LAN.

Do you have telephony needs for a business that are not being met? Reliable Voice and Data Systems Inc. specializes in simplifying design and set up of small business phone systems. We only use the most trusted suppliers who have thoroughly tested all of their equipment prior to distribution. Contact us today to receive a free consultation and estimate. We deliver all work within budget and on time with 24 hour service availability. Call us at 1(800) 287-4500, today!

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Wednesday, July 1, 2015

What You Need To Know About Structured Cabling

How much do you know about structured cabling? Not much? Don't fret. The structured cabling experts at Reliable Voice & Data Systems are here to fill you in.

What is Structured Cabling?
Structured cabling is a system of cables and hardware that make up a telecommunications infrastructure. When your structured cabling is organized and orderly, it will improve your business' communication system. 

Each Structured Cabling System Is Different. It Depends On:
  • How the system was installed
  • Warranties
  • Customer requirements
  • The equipment 
Main Components of Structured Cabling:
  • Cable pathways - They allow enough space for the cables.
  • Cables - The cables are usually made out of optical fiber, twisted pair copper or coaxial copper.
  • Connecting hardware - These components link the system together. 

Reliable Voice and Data is here to provide your New York City and Long Island business with the best network cabling services available to improve your telecommunication infrastructure. As the leading network cabling company in New York City, you can trust us to get the job done. Contact us to receive a free estimate. Call us at 1(800) 287-4500, today!

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