We love dogs, and we love phones. But how well do dogs and phones get along? Spencer seems to confuse a phone voice with a small bird helpless on the ground :) https://www.youtube.com/v/zrZ6FtdC3vk This bi-colored Jack Russell desperately wants to answer the phone, if only he could open doors and pick it up. https://www.youtube.com/v/eYLdtRykxw8 This Yorkie has a promising future as a phone tree attendant: https://www.youtube.com/v/k0qIMAv1XGo Who can't help but feel sympathy for this loving lassie's desperate attempt to understand the phone: https://www.youtube.com/v/-k59uh3K4N4 I'm not sure this is 100% real ... but its 100% funny! https://www.youtube.com/v/PPLwCk7AQD4 What are your best dog and phone stories? Feel free to share in the comments section!

It’s 2009: Why Do You Still Use a Paper Fax?
Virtualization is hard to miss: It's the biggest trend in information technology. Amazon's cloud-computing service (known as Amazon Web Services) has taken the world by storm, as even enterprise buyers line up to consume virtual computing power on the fly. IT consumers are focused less and less on hardware and more and more on simply consuming computing services. Yet despite this revolution, some professionals still don't have an online fax service (you know who you are). Instead of using an email fax (or electronic fax) solution, they continue to receive paper faxes. The irony? Some of these people are reading the latest best-seller

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Virtual PBX vs. Traditional: A Small Business Phone System Comparison
With the economy as uncertain as it is, everyone is looking for ways to cut spending and improve their bottom line. Diane Meyers, directing analyst for Infonetics Research, has found that one way companies are cutting costs is by turning to VoIP and virtual PBX for their business communications: Demand for residential and business VoIP services continues to grow through the economic downturn because of the cost savings they provide. As a result, in 2008 the VoIP services market had healthy growth of 33% to $30.8 billion. This is a trend even small businesses can jump on. An online PBX is not only cheaper than a traditional PBX -

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