Microsoft has now confirmed that Windows 11 will become available worldwide on October 5th, 2021. All eligible Windows 10 PCs will be able to upgrade to the new Windows 11 for free. Also, on this day all systems that come with pre-loaded Windows 11, will be able to upgrade to Windows 11.
Many people ask, what is SIP and why is it important? SIP refers to the Session Initiation Protocol which enables another type of protocol, Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) to be initiated through making definitive and clear distinctions of two phases of a voice call and managing them accordingly.
Ever since COVID-19, there has been a significant shift in how businesses are operating. Majority of the global workforce is still continuing to work from home – a trend that is likely to stay for quite some time. One of the most popular ways that businesses are staying in touch with one another is through email. This has posed several cyber security risks that all businesses are a potential target of.
Virtual meeting platforms have enabled businesses to continue regularly communicating with each other whilst working from home. These video applications include features such as: video/ audio conferencing, chat, screen sharing, file sharing and reactions. A few examples of these platforms are: Microsoft Teams, Zoom, Whereby and Google Meet.
Remote working has caused many changes in business day to day lives such as introducing audio conferencing. Meetings are a vital part of any business whether it is an internal meeting amongst colleagues or with clients. It’s a great way to discuss future plans, achievements, growth, finances and marketing. However as a result of the pandemic face-to-face meetings have had to be postponed and new ways of communication developed. One way that businesses have stayed in touch with each other and clients is through audio conferencing.
As businesses begin to re-open and the world is slowly returning to normal, remote working appears to stick a little while longer with us. It has been estimated that 25-30% of the workforce will be remote working multiple days a week by the end of 2021. During the pandemic and several lockdowns, remote working was a convenient solution to businesses continuing to keep working and providing services.