Improving sales strategy through outbound B2B telemarketing software

In the telemarketing field, there are a number of solutions available that can help to produce desirable results for any business. Although telemarketing is considered to be any old tactic for businesses to improve sales but it is still mighty effective if done with right strategy. Telemarketing software alone cannot guarantee to grow your business, it requires a proper strategy.

Cloud vs Virtualization: What is the real difference?

Cloud Computing is an umbrella term for a wide variety of different platforms, services, and systems that includes things as diverse as virtual private servers (VPS), web application and hosting platforms. On the other hand, virtualization is software that manipulates hardware resources (such as compute, storage, memory) to create various dedicated resources.

Future of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in 2015 and After

As the 2015 is just started, many people are wondering what is the future of technology this year and years to come. Technology sector is changing so quickly that science fiction is turning into reality. Few years before, Internet of Things (IoT) was considered to be a fairytale, but now it looks just a matter of time that IoT will be in our daily life.

Growing use of VoIP requires additional anti-terrorism measures

Last year in Karachi, largest city of Pakistan and 2nd largest city of the world by population, local government banned instant messaging and Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) applications such as Skype, Viber and other communication networks including Tango and WhatsApp, for almost three months due to security reasons.

Future of Linux - Fedora 21 version for Cloud, Server and Workstation

Fedora is a Linux-kernel based community supported operating system owned by Red Hat. It comes with a free and open source license and aim of Fedora project is to be the leader in cutting-edge technologies. If you want to see what where the latest trend in enterprise operating system Linux is going, then you should look at Fedora.

Different techniques for making contact centers profitable for your business

A contact center is a location for centralized handling of individual communications in any business that includes voice and video communication, faxes, live support, text chat, SMS and e-mail. A contact center can handle both inbound and outbound communication. Inbound communication is usually operated to administer support or information queries from customers.

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