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Combining traditional and contemporary telecommunications solutions

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By David Whelan, Managing Director, Clarity Telecom As the range of available communication options expands many businesses are returning to more familiar, mobile communication methods similar to SMS or ‘text’ messaging. Business text messaging is one way that companies can adapt to suit their customers’ busy schedules and preferences and can be part of an…

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How an internet phone system can actually improve reliability

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By David Whelan, Managing Director, Clarity Telecom Ask any businessperson what they view as the most important factor when choosing new technology or telecoms solutions and more often than not, they’ll say reliability. After all, having the latest technology at your disposal would be totally useless to any company if it does not actually function…

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How using data can boost the bottom line

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By David Whelan, Managing Director, Clarity Telecom As consumers and businesses, we are producing and sharing more data than ever before, from personal details to information such as when and how we interact with each other. For businesses, collecting this data is so simple it can accumulate automatically without any concerted effort on the part…

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How businesses can reap the rewards of awards

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By David Whelan, Managing Director, Clarity Telecom Earlier this year, byphone, the revolutionary Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) platform developed by Clarity subsidiary Voxbit, achieved success at a major UK telecoms awards ceremony. The product, which has received plaudits from customers and industry alike, was highly commended in the Best Hosted Platform Supplier category at…

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Voxbit disrupting telecoms sector with innovative technology

: Pictured (L-R) are Dr Vicky Kell, Director of Innovation, Research & Development, Invest NI with David Whelan, Founder and Managing Director, Voxbit.

Belfast company Voxbit has won business in Great Britain worth more than £3.5 million for its innovative new internet-based business phone platform, byphone, less than 18 months after launching. The firm is challenging global players in the communications market with its Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) platform, which was developed with research and development support…

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Do you actually need a physical desk phone?

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By David Whelan, Managing Director, Clarity Telecom It is common in modern homes these days to find that there isn’t a physical phone installed. Rather, people are opting to rely solely on their mobile phone. However, should the same be the case in businesses? Is it time do away with the desk telephone? There are…

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Do you really need a telephone system at all?

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By David Whelan, Managing Director, Clarity Telecom How often have you heard someone in business say ‘I use my mobile for everything’ and then ask whether or not they really need a telephone system at all? It’s certainly one of the most common points of discussion when I meet with perspective clients, particularly those operating…

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Clarity Telecom: Five reasons your business should consider camera-based security in 2019

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By David Whelan, Managing Director, Clarity Telecom Business owners have a plethora of responsibilities, including – and perhaps among the most important – over the security of company property, both physical and otherwise. That’s because maintaining strict control over security matters helps to ensure business continuity by reducing, for example, the risk of interruption due…

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Clarity Telecom: Wireless or Wired?

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By David Whelan, Managing Director, Clarity Telecom The increasing need for businesses to provide a flexible workspace for their employees means there is also the need for versatile internet coverage. Traditionally, businesses stayed connected through a wired network, using cables upon cables to connect devices, such as laptops and desktop computers to the internet. Nowadays,…

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