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Nationwide Japan Upgrade, Better Communications, and A New Name  Since 1997, we have been connecting organizations to their teams and clients.  In 2012, we rolled out our first version of cloud-based business telephone systems and named it iPBX Hosting.com.    Our service continues to grow and expand as thousands of companies in Japan go to the cloud and improve their communications and collaborations through phone, chat,...

-Why Your Company Needs A BCP Plan in Japan-   Typhoons, earthquakes, and tsunamis can wreak havoc on public transport and even the power grid.  If you’re working in a major Japan city (Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya) or even a smaller city such as Hakata or Kobe, your company needs to have a business continuity plan (BCP) in place.  Just because trains and buses stop doesn't mean your business should stop also. Having a...

Case Study: Investment Firm Chooses CIRCLE Cloud for Telecom  This client decided on a strategic location for their office in order to provide easy access for investors and HNWI who frequent the bustling area around midtown Hibiya. Impressions are certainly important in their field so being located at a famous hotel denotes a sense of elegance and status. When moving office, they had...

We’ve just received brand new phone models (D785, D735) from German-based SNOM, which has been designing quality VoIP phones for over 20 years. SNOM phones are the go-to brand most often selected by customers of iPBX Hosting. Up until recently SNOMS only came in “black,” reminiscent of Henry Ford’s quote about the model T.  At first glance, I was unsure of...

We are excited to announce the launching of a Free 30-day trial of our cloud telecom service for members of the American, British, and Canadian Chambers of Commerce! Offer good now for a limited time only.  This powerful service is so much more than just a phone line.    eliminate expensive phone lines & installation costs, system maintenance contracts, and hefty upfront cap ex of a standard PBX. Use the soft phone to transfer,...

Microsoft has owned the desktop computer in the enterprise since they introduced Windows in 1992.  The sale of desktop and service licenses kept them pushing licensing for decades to come. However this tactic delayed their entry into cloud services (servers out of the office in a data center). Google pushed the envelope when they introduced Google Apps (later named G-Suite) and...

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