Author Archives: Kamila Cholko

Video Conferencing for Business

Video Conferencing
By Kamila Cholko on July 25, 2018 in Business, Communications & VoIP, Technology

Blueface is delighted to add Video Conferencing to the already feature-packed Unified Communications Portal. This post will help you understand the video conferencing platform, how to setup a video conference and how much Blueface VC can benefit your business. What is Blueface Unified Video Conferencing? Blueface Video Conferencing (VC) – built into the Unified Communications […]

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How call recording can benefit your business

By Kamila Cholko on May 31, 2017 in Business, Technology

Few businesses survive the first contact with a potential customer if they are unprepared. In order to thrive in a marketplace, companies need to constantly innovate and adapt. Striving for continual improvement involves analysing and adapting strategy in a variety of departments – chief amongst which are sales and customer support. One vital tool that […]

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Remote team management

remote team management
By Kamila Cholko on May 10, 2017 in Business, Communications & VoIP, Technology

Modern work groups often span far-flung offices, shared workspaces, private homes and hotel rooms. Controlling these dispersed teams has become a progressively convoluted task with ‘virtual managers’ having to juggle a myriad of elements to keep members productive and motivated. Ensuring cohesiveness means selecting communication methods strategically to toe the line between micromanaging and merely […]

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Blueface Sponsors BizExpo 2017

By Kamila Cholko on April 27, 2017 in Blueface, Business, Events

For the second year in a row, Blueface is showing its support for SMEs and micro businesses by sponsoring BizExpo 2017. BizExpo is an annual event that offers an opportunity for over 140 businesses to showcase their services and products. This year’s edition returned to the CityWest Hotel and Conference Centre. Watch interview with Barbara […]

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How planning your office space can increase productivity by 30%

how planning your office space can increase productivity by 30%
By Kamila Cholko on April 14, 2017 in Business

When workers were empowered to design their own space, they had fun and worked hard, producing 30 percent more work than in the minimalist office and 15 percent more than in the decorated office. In 2010 Craig Knight, director of the Identity Realization workplace consultancy, together with Alex Haslam, conducted a research involving 47 office […]

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Blueface At European VoIP Summit

By Kamila Cholko on March 9, 2017 in Blueface, Events

The 4th annual European VoIP Summit takes place today, the 9th of March, in London. The event, hosted by Cavell Group once again, has quickly become the leading industry event where service providers meet to discuss key issues in the market. The day consists of a series of panel discussions and presentations from thought leaders […]

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Trinity Global Business Forum

By Kamila Cholko on March 3, 2017 in Business, Events, Technology

On March 2nd 2017, Trinity Business School held their annual Trinity Global Business Forum. The theme this year was “Embracing Disruption: Finding Opportunities in Crises”. Business and university experts congregated to discuss pivotal business challenges, particularly those faced by companies from and/or based in Ireland. The day comprised of various keynote speakers and group panel […]

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Understanding your business phone system features

business phone system features
By Kamila Cholko on January 18, 2017 in Business, Communications & VoIP, Technology

Telephones were invented in 1876. They were large, clunky devices capable of transmitting and receiving voice messages over short distances and they changed communications forever. Over the years they’ve become lighter, transportable devices capable of enabling communications over large distances. Their primary role now in the business world is to help you work smarter, not […]

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5 Myths about VoIP debunked

Voip Myths Debunked
By Kamila Cholko on November 10, 2016 in Business, Communications & VoIP, Technology

When was VoIP first invented? The first VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) call was made in 1974 – back in the ARPANET times. ARPANET was the precursor to today’s Internet, existing as a network of connections on government and educational computers. Using an algorithm called “continuous variable slope delta (CVSD) modulation,” a real-time voice sample was […]

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