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3 Dangerous Myths Surrounding Business Communications

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Keep everything running smoothly by knocking down a few of these business communication myths.

Whether a business is large or small, communications can frequently get jumbled.  It’s hard to make sure all is going according to plan when the plan isn’t clear in the first place.  And, because all businesses need to practice the art of great communication, it can be an easy mistake to fall into some of the common rumors surrounding it.  When it comes to your business, you want to make sure that you’re using your resources wisely.  Keep everything running smoothly by knocking down a few of these business communication myths.

Myth #1: Less is more.

 

Many believe that a rudimentary system of communication, such as landline phones, is the best way to go about easing the transfer of information over multiple parties.  After all, it seems to be a common misconception that using less technology is more effective.  However, in 2017, using a landline phone system for your business is just not going to cut it, in terms of business communication.  VoIP is your best bet when it comes to making your communication over the phone more effective.  With its inherent failover technology and advanced routing features, VoIP phone service will provide your business with increased productivity and faster, more effective communication abilities.

 

Myth #2: The only effective meetings are face-to-face.

 

In many cases, business meetings that occur in person can be less effective compared to if they were held over electronic devices.  Face-to-face meetings can lead to travel complications, monetary issues, frequent and unexpected cancellations, and a lack of access to important information.  More and more businesses are turning to remote conferencing solutions to save both time and money.  Do you have freelance workers across the country you must meet with?  No problem; a video call using a conference bridge is all you need to make sure your meeting runs smoothly.

 

Myth #3: New forms of communication are unsafe.

 

Actually, new technology is far more secure than its predecessors.  For instance, fiber optic cable networks are more secure than their copper cable counterparts.  They are sturdy, hard to hack, and much more efficient.  Similarly, using the cloud to store information can be the safest way of all.  You won’t have to worry about not having access to important files when you’re off site, and you won’t have to worry about them being destroyed under uncontrollable circumstances, such as a building fire or a robbery.  SIP Trunking phone services even offers advanced security controls to prevent international call hacking.  New business communications are paving the road towards increased customer satisfaction and happier employees.

 

ACC Telecom is ready to work with you to complete your new business communications? upgrades!

 

We offer voice and data security services that are reliable, simple, and affordable.  ACC Telecom is certain to be the right telecommunications company for businesses everywhere. We have been providing expert service and advice since 1979 and can meet all of your telecommunications needs. We offer a wide range of business phone and video surveillance systems to meet the needs of any organization.  We have been helping build the future of communications for business all across Maryland, DC, and Northern VA.

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