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Integrating Video Phones Into The Office

Despite significant return on investment increased worker productivity, how many office workers have this tool for their desk? Video phone technology is impressive to say the least and vendors have good cause to showcase these products, but where are they in the everyday lives of an office worker? The reasons many businesses have not adopted this useful technology range from cost concerns to reliability. There’s good news though.

Telecom vendors have taken huge strides in getting advanced technology in the price range of AFFORDABILITY. NWMAP Telecom Brokers have an additional advantage of being able to price multiple vendors’ solutions and find what businesses need for the price they want. Suddenly Video Phones are looking as good as desktop VoIP handsets, and better.

With the variety of Telecom service providers available, there are practical Video Phone options. In low-cost cases, some Video Phones have downsides such as only working with a vendor’s hosted IP service. You don’t have to settle though because many can be found to offer top-line features. Some features like Video Phones with Ethernet ports share a single cable with a desktop PC and IP phone, eliminating the need for additional cables. This advantage alone saves money. You can also opt for the Wi-Fi feature, eliminating the need for dedicated Ethernet altogether. Even small businesses would benefit from basic Video Phone capabilities. 

If you have questions about Video Phone Technology for your office, please let NWMAP do your shopping and comparisons: https://nwmap.com/contact-us

Selling Telecom Services During The Recession

Many people, from those that feel secure in their job currently to those who have lost their job, are looking for opportunities to supplement their income or make money, period. The good news is there are still opportunities within the Telecom industry to reach those goals- make extra money or make a living by selling Telecom services. How can you do this?

  • In Telecom, simple things can yield big results.
  • Potential for both short-term earnings and long-term residual earnings. Make money quickly with up-front incentives and carrier promos.
  • Telecom needs for businesses have not slowed down during the recession- need is high.
  • There are now easier ways to provide savings on new technology for businesses.
  •  Build professional relationships that can benefit you down the road.
  •  Breaking the traditional business format. With companies less able to ensure raises and retirement, more people are looking for non-traditional ways to earn money.

NWMAP sets Telecom agents up with tools to assist them in their pursuit of financial freedom during a recession. You are free to work from anywhere, be your own boss, set your own schedule, and directly see the fruits of your labor. To learn how to be a Telecom agent: http://www.nwmap.com/contact-forms/how-to-become-an-agent.php

In the News: Senate Rejects FCC Net Neutrality Rules

April 8, 2011: U.S. House of Representatives approved a measure to nullify FCC net neutrality rules that were adopted last year. The net neutrality rules, adopted in December 2010, prevent carriers, such as AT&T, Verizon and Comcast, from discriminating against competitors by impeding the transport of content over their broadband networks.

Those  backing the legislation  stated the FCC lacks the authority to impose the net neutrality rules and that the government should stay out of regulating the Internet. Some believe the net rules would stifle innovation, investment and jobs in the private sector.

In 2010, a federal appeals court ruled the FCC did not have the authority to regulate Internet traffic under existing law. The ruling prompted the FCC to try again, finding a different rationale for its authority to regulate Internet traffic management to ensure that content receive equal treatment by carriers.

Original article: http://broadcastengineering.com/news/house-rejects-fcc-net-neutrality-rules/index.html