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https://www.parkingzone.com/resources/technological-advances-can-make-your-parking-business-more-profitable-infographic | Parking structures have come a long way in recent years, and necessarily so. The cost of operating a parking structure continues to rise, forcing owners to develop new strategies for monetizing their business. Fortunately, many operators are forging new ways to increase profits while minimizing costs, in ways that can also benefit the customer.
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Posted 12/22/15 at 4:48 AM | Sylvie Simms
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Posted 12/21/15 at 12:09 AM | Sylvie Simms
https://www.idology.com/blog/2015_fraud_report_trends_infographic | Fraud is not going away – at least not anytime soon. That’s why we want to be proactive when it comes to fighting fraud. For the third year in a row, IDology launched our annual fraud report. We use valuable information and insight from our customers about what they’re seeing in hopes to educate others about the state of fraud, where it’s heading and new and shifting tactics.
Posted 12/19/15 at 2:35 AM | Joy Mali
Have you heard about the recent ‘cord-cutting’ trend? Essentially, consumers are discovering that they don’t necessarily need to maintain expensive cable plans or telephone subscriptions when they can get the same functionality at a lower cost by using the internet. This isn’t just something that a few consumers are doing, but rather a new way of thinking about services and communication, and about how to pick the type of service that fits your needs without paying for extra features that you don’t use. Many businesses, particularly small and medium sized businesses, are making the move from landline contracts, and even cell phone subscriptions, in favor of using Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) communications. For some businesses, this can be an ideal solution that offers functionality without the expensive cost of multiple cell phone and data plans.
What is VoIP, and how do I use it?
There are a few different types of VoIP services that you can use for your small business phone system. The first is a hosted service: hosted service plans can be great for small business VoIP services, and tend to be incredibly quick and painless to set up. Many providers handle the majority of the work offsite; all you need to do is use a particular type of phone that is meant to work with the service in question. The second type of VoIP service is a self-hosted VoIP service. These can be a little bit more difficult to set up and use and all of the work is done onsite. You need to set up a phone branch exchange that will help direct calls to appropriate lines, for example, as well as set up a gateway. This latter option is obviously a bit more in-depth than the primary, but that doesn’t mean that it’s unattainable – with a little bit of work and research, you can get it up and working. FULL POST