TechDroider

How to Leverage Your VoIP System on Your Mobile Phone

You can keep employees connected to the office and up-to-date by providing mobile access via a company VoIP system.

Nearly everyone owns a smartphone. Enterprises can empower employees to stay connected to the office, by allowing them to connect their devices to a company voice over internet protocol (VoIP) system.

Forward-thinking companies enable workers to stay directly connected to the office using smartphone apps. You can accomplish this easily by taking advantage of the mobile device applications offered by third-party VoIP services.

A Straightforward Fix for Improved Communication


VoIP systems offer a lot of great benefits, but in the past mobility wasn’t one of them. Now, however, most leading VoIP service providers offer apps that enable employees to link commercial phone services to mobile devices.

After downloading a free VoIP provider app, employees can make calls just as if they’re still in the office using their mobile device. As long as employees have a data or internet connection, they can take and make calls using their corporate extension. For example, a client or customer can call your 800 toll free number, and the VoIP service provider will route the call directly to the designated employee’s handset via the app.

Two Technologies That Work Great Together


VoIP smartphone apps are simple and straightforward. Users need only download the appropriate app from the marketplace for their device – for example, Google Play or the Apple Store.

In addition to enabling professionals to route calls from their office phone to their handsets, VoIP apps also give employees mobile access to essential functions. For example, employees can change their voicemail greeting using their smartphone. They can also use their handset to automatically login to the office voice mail and check messages.

Internally, staff members can use select apps like a walkie-talkie to talk with coworkers. VoIP apps also typically offer texting functionality for fast and convenient communication between employees.

Connectivity That Boosts the Bottom Line


The primary functions of most businesses are to capture new opportunities and retain existing ones. Companies invest heavily in marketing to achieve this goal. Often, this process involves clients or consumers responding to advertisements or other communications.

It's easier to convince a potential customer to take a desired action when they're newly interested in your offering. Between the time a salesperson receives a call, retrieves a customer message and returns the message – any number of things could cause a customer to lose interest in your offering.

By answering when customers call or replying to customers quickly, salespeople can capture leads while they are "hot." In the end, improved connectivity can improve your bottom line.

Getting Started With VoIP Is Easy


Today, third-party vendors offer cost-effective, flexible VoIP plans. With the subscription services, your free from managing system maintenance and equipment upgrades. Once you’ve invested in setting up your VoIP phone system, your service provider will handle all software updates and maintenance.

By enabling your employees to link their smart devices to the company VoIP system, you'll enjoy the convenience, flexibility and – most importantly – the peace-of-mind of knowing that your phone system can easily expand along with your business.

Top Tips to Improve Home Security

Home security, especially when you live in a highly populated area with crime, is very important for the well being of you and your family. Installing extensive security systems and alarms don't have to be as daunting, time-consuming, and expensive as they seem. Simple things like cameras and fences can make huge differences when it comes to your welfare.

Install Security Cameras

One of the most common items people install on their houses are security cameras. However, many of these can be unreliable from their use of the Internet. Security cameras that use cell services are the much better bet, as you can use them in places that don't have access to Wi-Fi, like barns or cabins located far away. These cell service cameras are just as convenient as ones that require Internet. Cellular service can still provide you with a live feed on your smartphone through an app and footage downloaded directly to your devices.

Use Outdoor Lights 

A great way to scare off a potential invader is to use outdoor lights. Many lights outside turn on with motion, so it is easy to intimidate someone trying to break in with lights since they don't want to be seen. These tools aren't expensive either. It can cost you as little as 20 dollars for a very valuable home security feature.

Keep Garage Doors Closed


Though this tip may seem basic, a lot of people forget to close garage doors! Leaving this door open gives attackers a direct point of entry into your house. Make sure you always close the garage after pulling in, and double check that it's closed before you go to sleep. It is much better to be safe than sorry from a simple mistake.

Close Curtains AND Blinds

Opening your blinds and curtains makes it easy for people to look into your house and see something you would rather not share with the world. This can give potential invaders the opportunity to scope out your house and possibly plot sneakier ways to break in. Keeping drapes and blinds shut over your windows not only gives you privacy, but safety as well.

Install Cameras On Your Door 

Small security cameras installed on your door are a great way to see who is knocking on your door. Peepholes can keep you secure as well, but these devices give you the freedom to check whatever and whoever is outside in front of your house at all times and from anywhere. Remember never to open the door when you don't know who they are or if you fear for your safety.

Keep Extra Keys Secure

Under potted plants and doormats are very obvious and insecure places to keep a spare key. Intruders can usually find these keys and break in with ease, especially when you aren't at home. It is a much better choice to keep your spare keys with family members, in a safe place in your home, or with a neighbor you can trust. 

Hide Your Valuables


It's a common mistake to leave large amounts of money or other valuable items in plain sight or in drawers. Instead of these obvious locations, store your cash in places an intruder wouldn't expect, like a cereal box or another inconspicuous location. When in doubt, keep it in a locked cabinet that only you have the key for.

Home protection isn't always straightforward, and it's best to do your research when protecting your home and family. Cameras and lights are great to secure your valuables, but make sure to take care of the little things like extra keys or curtains.

[Updated] List of Motorola Moto Devices that are likely to get Android 10.0 Q

List of Motorola Moto Devices that are likely to get Android 10.0 Q
Google is about to release the next version of Android, Android 10.0 Q, the wait for the devices to get the update first has already started.

With Android 10.0 Q, you'll get new Swipe Gesture navigation, Dark Theme, New User Interface, Theme Support, Accent Color, Bubble Smart replies, LockScreen Clock Option, Screen Recording, Brand new Settings with new Privacy and Permissions Options, and more...

Motorola Moto Phones will obviously get Android Q, but the question is which Motorola Smartphones will get it? So, we have made an unofficial list of the Motorola devices which are likely to get Android 10.0 Q.

List of Moto Smartphones that may get Official Android 10.0 Q -
  • Moto Z4
  • Moto Z3
  • Moto Z3 Play
  • Moto G7 Play
  • Moto G7 Power
  • Moto G7
  • Moto G7 Plus
  • Motorola One Power
  • Motorola One
  • Motorola One Vision
  • Motorola One Action
  • Motorola One Zoom
So above are the devices likely to get Android 10.0. Note that above is the unconfirmed and unofficial list of devices that may possibly get Android Q. We will let you know once Motorola announces the official list. Stay tuned to our Facebook, Twitter, and Telegram to get the first News.

Thoughts?

Update: We've added the Motorola One Action and Motorola One Zoom to the List of devices getting Android Q.

Samsung Galaxy A50s and Galaxy A30s Goes Official

Samsung Galaxy A50s and Galaxy A30s Goes Official
Samsung just announced the Galaxy A50s and Galaxy A30s with better Design and Cameras. Both these Smartphone features Unique Geometric pattern and Guturistic Holographic effect design, and has an upgraded Camera.
“With a versatile camera, an uninterrupted infinity display and long-lasting battery life, these new smartphones include upgraded features that matter to these users the most. The new Galaxy A50s and Galaxy A30s are the next step in delivering next-level performance to essential everyday features.”
The Samsung Galaxy A30s comes with 6.4" HD+ Display, has Exynos 7904, 3/4GB RAM, 32/64/128GB Internal Memory, and the major change comes with an In-Display Fingerprint sensor. It has 4000mAh Battery with 15W Fast Charging.

The A50s on the other hand has 6.4" FHD+ Panel, Exynos 9610 SoC, 4/6GB RAM, 64/128GB Internal Storage, and comes with 48MP Camera with better Fingerprint Sensor.

New Color Options includes Prism Crush Black, Prism Crush White, Prism Crush Green and Prism Crush Violet. No Details on Pricing or Sales.

How Has Virtual Reality Revolutionized The Travel Industry

The concept of Virtual Reality is really cool. It is, as the name suggests, a computer-generated simulation wherein you can experience a three-dimensional environment that is near identical to the real world. Virtual Reality (VR) has rapidly become one of the most important aspects of consumer products these days. The travel industry too is not lagging, when it comes to VR technology, making the experience for travelers a lot more fun-filled. The main driving force behind this is that explorers are more interested in the experience rather than the products. And VR truly provides some incredibly rich experience.

How can VR benefit the traveler in you?

Now think about this. You are travelling to a foreign country. You decide to pre-book your hotel rooms to avoid the hassle. When you log in to their website, you would see the 3D images of the room, videos and read reviews before booking it finally. Now VR would give you the option to have a look around the room on their website, even when you are sitting miles away. Also before going to a new place you can get some reliable travel information on https://www.touristsecrets.com/. Then to choose your destination, you can get a close look at the nearby attractions using VR. This is basically a ‘try before you buy’ concept wherein you as a customer would be more satisfied and confident about your purchase. To help you with.

Some cool uses of VR in the travel industry

There are many ways by which VR can help the travel industry to grow. Some of the examples would include:

  • Virtual Hotel Tours - As mentioned earlier, Virtual tours of hotels have become really famous. People would be able to have a clear idea of the hotels they would be staying in before booking them. The VR technology is being updated in many hotel websites and distributor's websites from where people generally book hotels. To get the VR experience, you would need to have a VR headset. The use of the technology on the website is quite basic with a 360-degree image that is compatible on social media platforms.
  • Travel booking - Some of the travel companies have decided to take the VR technology a step further as they have made the entire booking process in VR which can be availed through the VR headsets. Thus you being a customer would not have used your mouse and click everywhere to make and confirm your bookings. The whole process has become quite seamless now.
  • Visit places - You would also be able to experience some of the best tourist attractions and spots beforehand using VR headsets before physically going to the place. This is expected to attract more customers as people would be able to get a small trailer of the place before actually going there which would increase their curiosity.
With Virtual Reality, travel marketers have also gained a lot of benefits, since people are essentially curious to experience the thrill of travelling before they actually reach the place.

Subscribe to our newsletter to get the latest updates to your inbox.