Four Ways to Link Your Multiple-Location Business
There are plenty of simple ways to streamline your business - Frontier Business delivers solutions that keep your locations truly connected.
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Trying to grow your multiple-location business?
Keep it together.
When your locations aren't working as one, inefficiencies and security breaches could hold you back indefinitely.
Here are a few ways to keep your business growing without growing apart.
A single Ethernet connection allows you to securely share data, voice and video services at symmetrical speeds across all locations. It's also easily modified and maintained by your IT staff.
Keep Everyone in Contact
Remote voice service (VoIP) with call forwarding facilitates internal and external communications between staff and clients. It's simple - and plug-and-play technology makes it scaleable, too.
Secure Shared Data
An IP VPN network protects important business files and personal information, fulfills industry compliance requirements and prevents security mishaps that cost you time and money.
Collaborate on Video
Visual communication ensures staff and clients are fully understood. Our audio and video integration can connect staff for whiteboarding, screen share, chat, file share, and polling.
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