RCG Telecom Janitorial Services – an effective analogy.

Telecom Janitorial Services – an effective analogy.

Posted on Nov/11/2016 by
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When I began my career in the telecommunications field, it was a sexy industry. I worked for WorldCom, who owned UUNET, one of the original big boys of Internet Service Providers.We rode scooters, had egos, and were the future of technology. We were the internet.Oh, and about WorldCom…you probably remember them. “One of the largest...

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Why A Disaster Recovery Plan Can Make or Break Your Business

Posted on Mar/24/2015 by
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You see it on the news. A natural disaster strikes a city. State and federal emergency management teams descend on the area to assist restoring order. What you don’t hear is that according to the Small Business Administration: 40 percent of businesses without a disaster recovery plan never reopen after an emergency More than 90...

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Takeaways From the CenturyLink and AT&T Conferences

Posted on Feb/12/2015 by
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Our own desks can be confining. It’s easy to narrow in on task lists and the pressing to-dos and lose sight of the grander purpose of our work. As such, tuning into a room with hundreds of likeminded professionals can offer a needed dose of refreshment and a chance to reorient. Beginning 2015 on the...

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Optimizing Your Telecom Services for 2015

Posted on Jan/15/2015 by
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Regardless of where your company lies along the spectrum of small to giant, telecom is your backbone. Telecom technology drives efficiency, connectivity and productivity, all of which are crucial for a healthy and growing business. However, with the evolving landscape of products and services, companies often take shortcuts when it comes to telecom decisions. Cutting...

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Before Signing the Dotted Line: Tips for Negotiating Your Telecom Contract

Posted on Nov/18/2014 by
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Your telecom contract is important to the life of your business. A well-structured contract provides the right communication solutions for a company and forms the backbone of a productive work environment. Yet the nitty-gritty process of getting the right contract can be both a chore and a challenge. To get the most out of your...

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Three Cheers for a Decade of Excellence

Posted on Oct/20/2014 by
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Cue the fireworks and celebrations. 2014 is a big year for us. It marks 10 years since RCG opened for business, and what a great 10 years it’s been. Our journey began in 2004 when our founder, CEO and president, Melinda Curran, left her job in corporate telecom out of frustration that a single carrier,...

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Tune Up your Telecom Network for Summer

Posted on Jun/11/2014 by
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There’s something about rising temperatures, empty schools and the constant allure of outdoor activity that grants a little forgiveness in the summer season, even in the business arena. With vacations in full swing, workloads and intensity may decrease over the summer months, and by-and-large, there’s a greater acceptance for flexibility for being away from the...

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What Can the Cloud Do for You? Defy Obsolescence.

Posted on Apr/29/2014 by
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*This article was originally published in SmallBizDaily.com. As a small business owner, I understand there’s a cringe factor when it’s time to purchase new technology. Sure, you need it and it’s a good productivity investment, but just as you get over the sticker shock there’s something new and improved that you want to buy. Technology...

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“Old Home Week” and the Telecom Takeaway

Posted on Feb/12/2014 by
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Confession: We love telecom conferences. Are you picturing a series of awkward luncheons, stale lectures and endless award ceremonies? To the outsider, there may be some merit to those clichés, but for those of us in the telecom family, these conferences are what we call “Old Home Week.” It’s a reunion of the same 300...

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