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Making the Decision-VoIp Versus Landlines

on October 10, 2018 No comments

 

Landline versus VoIP phone system. Which one should you choose? It’s a difficult choice, but if we put in into perspective, it’s like choosing between a classic car and a newer one. A classic car has a history of performance, it’s a known entity. Business PBX systems have been around since forever. The issue is this, will they still be around as your company grows and expands? The answer is, probably not.

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Just What Does Unified Technology Solutions Offer?

on August 2, 2018 No comments

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Unified Technology Solutions offers a full range of computer  services for companies in the Vero Beach Area. From  the purchase of computers and servers to support and more for your Indian River County business.  UTS  also offers computer repair, network support and cloud services. It is our goal to  become your one stop shop for all of your business computing and phone related services. From planning your entire network, to keeping it running smoothly, we offer you a multi faceted support system so that your business never suffers from an outage or data loss.

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Landlines Are Going Away…

on August 1, 2017 No comments
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Landlines are going away….

Do you have a landline at your house? Here in Vero Beach, there are people who keep their landline, yet they rarely use it.  It’s just  easier and more efficient to just use their cell. In most cases e people maintain a landline out of habit. Don’t be mistled as I talk about landlines, I am not addressing the phone you have on your Cable Provider’s package plan. That is a VoIp phone connections. Most likely Comcast is  your telephone line provider, and there is NO line, it’s all wireless.

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