|BICSI Provides ICT Education No Matter Your Location|
Experience virtual knowledge-building and networking at BICSI's 2020 Fall Virtual Conference & Exhibition. This innovative and immersive format connects colleagues and experts worldwide via an interactive Exhibit Hall, live chats, and educational sessions. Topics include 5G, Date Centers, PoE, Smart Cities, IoT, AV, Wireless/DAS, and more.
Register today at bicsi.org/fall.
|New "Free Forever" Text and Voice Marketing Solution to Help Small Businesses Recover -- Fast!|
Voxox has launched its VoxDirect "Free Forever" plan to help small businesses come back stronger and faster from the current national crisis. CEO of VOXOX, Bryan Hertz said, "We saw was that as businesses were getting back on their feet they needed cheap, effective marketing to connect with their customers instantly and with our new free forever plan we feel like we are using what we have to make a notable difference."
VoxDirect is a communications hub that unifies powerful phone and mass texting capabilities for small businesses in a single service. The plan includes a complete suite of phone features to support a work-from-anywhere environment, including two virtual receptionists, two extensions, one business phone number, 20 Text Blast Message per month, conference calling, business hours, and call recording.
|BullsEye Telecom Adds 24/7, Customized, Proactive Cybersecurity Solutions|
In response to the Coronavirus pandemic, BullsEye Telecom launched a Remote Worker Kit, enabling companies to quickly deploy technology so they could facilitate their employees being away from the office. Now, BullsEye is offering cybersecurity solutions from CBI to help businesses secure and manage their endpoints, data and brand.
"Today, with many employees working remotely, cybersecurity has been thrust into the spotlight of company leaders and IT departments," said David Neely, Chief Revenue Officer for BullsEye Telecom. "CBI is a tremendous resource of services and solutions for our clients looking to protect their businesses without overwhelming IT departments."