Daisy Wholesale & Partners Take to the Water

Thrilled winners of a Daisy Wholesale partner sales incentive scooped a top prize – setting sail with Olympic legend Sir Ben Ainslie.

Jola Cloud Solutions, KSM Telecom and DV02 joined the Land Rover Ben Ainslie Racing (BAR) team led by Sir Ben Ainslie himself, aboard the foiling ‘AC45’ for a hair-raising excursion off the south coast of England.

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Daisy Group Brings New Hosted Voice Service to Market

Leading IT and telecommunications provider, Daisy Group launches Hosted Voice Select (HV.Select), a brand new fully hosted and managed, high definition (HD) IP telephony service to both its direct and indirect routes to market.

The new service launch comes following the announcement of Daisy Group and BT Wholesale’s new partnership agreement earlier this month, through which the HV.Select service will run on BT’s highly resilient and secure next-generation network.

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Unified communications systems will be essential to more intelligent working environments

A new report from Frost & Sullivan has looked at the nature of the modern workplace and determined that businesses which adopt unified communications (UC) solutions, will be ahead of the curve in terms of the platforms they make available to their employees.
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Death of traditional phone calls predicted

Mobile News recently published an interview with the Italian VoIP expert, Marco Fiorentino, who said that an end to fixed line and mobile calls in their traditional form is inevitable.

With the rise of web-based communications, businesses and individual users have the opportunity to shirk a standard phone call, as they can get in touch with colleagues, clients and partners via VoIP, effectively bypassing the PSTN infrastructure of old.

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