Businesses looking to consolidate their global numbering solutions and expand their footprint worldwide have a number of different factors to consider. Many organisations find numbering solutions confusing, and lack understanding about how they work. Complicated regulations, variable costs for mobile versus landline, and multiple billing systems and services, all varying across many different countries are just some of the issues organisations can fall foul of.
Over the last decade the face of business communication has changed irrevocably. Traditional phone systems which used to be managed as a separate entity from the rest of IT have now converged with the arrival of VoIP and Unified Communications (UC). With the advance of the internet, ecommerce, WiFi and high-speed internet connectivity, there has also been a shift in the way customers want to communicate with businesses, accelerated by new multi-media platforms such as mobile and the rise of social media.
Elitetele.com provides technology to help volunteers collect critical data.
Extensive damage caused by heavy rainfall last December in South Malawi has resulted in 230,000 people across 15 districts being evacuated to temporary sites. All Hands Volunteers and the Malawi Red Cross need mobile devices to create a system to gather data from camps in a bid to direct much needed aid to the most affected places and Elitetele.com has donated 15 Samsung Android phones to help kick-start the data collection efforts.
There are some important changes to be introduced this year that will affect the way in which the 08/09 non-geographic numbers will be charged for B2C businesses. These changes are being introduced by OFCOM and are designed to improve consumer understanding of the charges relating to the use of these numbers. If your company is B2B you will not be required to take action.
Following a successful acquisition in 2013, Elite Telecom and 21C have been working together to seamlessly integrate 21C’s unique package of communications solutions with Elite’s core network. We are now pleased to announce that 21C is an official part of the Elite Telecom group.
Many companies are introducing Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) schemes to their working practices. Despite the numerous benefits this offers, many businesses are still not equipped with the necessary protection to implement these schemes in the right way.
A fifth of UK workers using a personal device for work as part of a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) scheme would not tell their employer about a potential threat to business they had caused as a result of accessing porn and/or adult websites.