4 Common Reasons For Poor Hotel WiFi

WiFi connectivity is an important part of your hotel’s daily running. From check-ins and administration, to guest entertainment, it’s important that your WiFi is always running smoothly and able to cope with the demands of your business.Poor WiFi can have a huge impact on your hotel’s productivity. See some of these common reasons for poor hotel WiFI issues, and find out how to improve your network’s performance today.#1 Lack Of Bandwidth With a multitude of guests and staff members logging on to your system through multiple devices, you may experience internet issues with the loading...

Keep Your Business Working Remotely

As Covid-19 affects industries across the world, businesses are being forced to adapt to survive. Organisations with huge corporate networks are now needing to be flexible and ensure that they have the right infrastructure in place to enable their teams to work remotely. Make working from home easy with these top tips:#1 Provide Remote IT Support If your employees have any issues logging on from home, or operating your network’s software, then it can severely impact your team’s productivity. A remote IT support team will be able to enter your network and resolve IT issues quickly, no...

Are V-Tech The Future Of Hotel Handsets?

VTech is the world’s largest manufacturer of cordless phones, supplying industry-leading communication technology to corporate and hospitality businesses around the world. With a reputation for high quality, long-lasting technology, VTech are one of the top choices for guest room phones recommended by our team at Orbiss. See some of the reasons they could be the perfect fit for your hotel, here:Contemporary Handsets To Impress Your Guests VTech’s modern handsets consistently push the latest design trends to bring seamless and stunning contemporary models that will compliment any hotel lobby or guest room. The...

BT ISDN Switch Off

The BT switch off and how moving to SIP or VOIP will mean significant cost savingsBT have announced that they are turning off their ISDN network for voice calling in 2025 and will stop taking new orders from businesses in 2020.  This will include all analogue lines, ISDN2 and ISDN30 - which will be removed from sale in 2023 and the service fully decommissioned by December 2025.The move away from ISDN to alternative solutions will mean businesses could see savings of up to £200/month, whilst gaining additional features.  Using VOIP (Voice over IP) and SIP (phone line carried over a...

5 Uses Of Telecommunications To Transform Your Business

Excellent communication is a key element of any organisation. Consumers and workers are now fully accustomed to everyday life with technology and have high expectations when it comes to business communications. Using fast, effective and innovative business telephone systems can help you improve a range of areas in your business.

 #1 First Class Customer Experience From that very first call a customer makes they are making a judgement on whether you are a company they can trust and it can all come down to the smallest details. From answer time to hold music and the efficiency when switching to a...