SIP Trunking Made Simple

Telecommunications is shifting–and largely has shifted–away from analog and digital telephone lines to VoIP and SIP. If your business has not yet made this transition, it will in the very near future. When that shift does happen, the most important thing to remember about SIP Trunking is that it is still “just another phone line.”

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Welcome To Tech The Right Way

Here we brag about our latest successes, provide handy tips and tricks for getting the most bang for your technology dollar, and generally pontificate on all things related to technology and telecommunications.

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Microsoft Support Phone Scam

Please note that Microsoft (and other reputable companies including banks) will never call you. And if they do, do not give them any information – state you need a case number and you will call their main number (which you will look up yourself).

Here is where you are supposed to report phone scams (per Microsoft):

This is general info from Microsoft on how to avoid phone scams:

I hope you have found this information helpful.

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WARNING: The Cloud Can Be More Problem Than Solution

The cloud is merely a resource. It is but one resource among many resources, one solution among many solutions. It is a tool–it can be a useful tool, but it can never be more than a tool. Just as one does not use a screwdriver to pound a nail, or a chisel to tighten a screw, neither should one use the cloud where a server is the better tool.

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The Action Plan: Project Management Made Simple

“Luck is what happens when Preparation Meets Opportunity”Seneca There is rarely a year where at least one study is not published bemoaning the high levels of project failure within the profession of Information Technology. In 2009, a study by IAG Consulting found that 68% of IT projects were unlikely to succeed, and when they did succeed it […]

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Successful Engineering Is Always By Design

Success, be it in technology or any other human endeavor, never happens spontaneously. It is the result, not merely of effort, but also of deliberation, of thought–i.e., of design. Success is never an accident–the better the design the greater the success, and, similarly, the weaker design the less likelihood there is for success. Giving thought […]

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