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3 Big Lies VoIP Salespeople Will Tell You To Get Your Money

3 Big Lies VoIP Salespeople Will Tell You To Get Your Money

Considering a VoIP system for your business?

Beware: The truth you need to make a good decision can be hard to come by. Here are a few “gotchas” to watch for when talking to VoIP system sales reps:

Big Lie #1 – “You’ll need to replace your firewall (or router).”

Chances are, the rep telling you this needs to get around some limitation of his or her system.

Turn Your Biggest Weakness Into Your Greatest Strength

Turn Your Biggest Weakness Into Your Greatest Strength

You know the standard approach – first, identify your company’s weakness and then do everything you can to fix it. Practice at it relentlessly, feed your team (and yourself) with constant affirmations, do anything you can to dive deep into your weakness and fix it once and for all. If you can’t fi x it, then go to Plan B by burying the weakness in hopes that none of your prospects or competitors find out.

Eye On Small Business… Is Your Company’s Data At Risk?

Eye On Small Business… Is Your  Company’s Data At Risk?

In a December 2014 survey by the National Small Business Association, 61% of small businesses reported being victims of a cybercrime within the past 12 months.
The average cost to recover from a cyber-attack skyrocketed from $8,699 per attack in 2013 to $20,752 per attack in 2014. And, of the businesses targeted, 68% said they’d been hacked more than once.

The Lighter Side: Are You A Walking Dead Fan?

The Lighter Side: Are You A Walking Dead Fan?

Then you’re going to LOVE this! There’s a great way to prepare for the next zombie apocalypse while getting in shape and losing weight – it’s called the Zombies, Run! app. This app combines gaming and audio adventures to make losing weight interesting.

Shiny New Gadget Of The Month: Rocketbook: A Super- Convenient Way To Store And Organize Handwritten Notes

Shiny New Gadget Of The Month: Rocketbook: A Super- Convenient Way To Store And Organize Handwritten Notes

If you’re like me, you still like taking notes with a pen and paper. Problem is, note pages can pile up, get lost and be a pain to organize. But thanks to a special notebook called Rocketbook available in September, you can still take notes the “old-fashioned” way of pen and paper, but then file, organize and store your notes digitally for quick access and retrieval!

Rocketbook looks like an ordinary pad of paper.