Zultys VoIP Communications from SIM2K
Our February issue of SIMformation offers a look at Voice over Internet (VoIP) communications and the flexibility these systems present to businesses. As an authorized Zultys partner, SIM2K can specify, order, install, train and support a VoIP system for you. We also look at the rise of "spearphishing" attacks now underway, and how companies can identify a potential attack and keep from downloading malware onto their network. New protocols for Bluetooth means that more devices may be coming to enhance the Internet of Things for home and business connectivity. Windows 10 privacy issues concern many people, so we discuss some of the top problem areas and how users can set Windows 10 to be more secure.
Our December issue of SIMformation features the Zultys Unified Communications hosted solution, a new option for companies looking for an IP-based advanced telephony
Our December issue of SIMformation features the Zultys Unified Communications hosted solution, a new option for companies looking for an IP-based advanced telephony solution. SIM2K is an authorized Zultys partner and can specify, source, install and support any of the Zultys communication system options. We also discuss ad blockers and why this tool is becoming more important in an environment where malware is being delivered through corrupted web site
advertising. We discuss the trend towards the new devices that straddle the line between laptops and tablets – the iPad Pro and Surface Pro. And, there's more inside this issue too!
Microsoft has set July 29 as the official release date for the new operating system, Windows 10. Customers could begin installing the free upgrade on existing PCs, 2-in-1s and large tablets that Wednesday. The end date for the free deal will be July 29, 2016.
With Microsoft saying that Windows 10 “is the last version of Windows,” the company may have a naming problem. The idea that Windows 10 would be a forever OS, at least in its nameplate, was not a new concept. But Microsoft had not before put it in such stark terms.
The first glance at the future of Office for Windows is here, in the form of the Office 2016 IT Pro and Developer Preview. It’s the first public look at the “new” Office suite that will be released sometime the second half of this year. The first reviews say that while there are a few interesting user additions, the bigger improvements so far are under the hood and will be of interest to businesses.