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Read how Intermedia services help companies in different industries address security and compliance requirements and other business imperatives with robust, worry-free solutions designed for specific communication and collaboration needs.

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FBI warns about new attacks targeting new hires and remote workers

Posted on October 5, 2020

Intermedia discourages our employees and new hires from posting announcements on social media that could make them a target, and we suggest you do the same and make them aware of this potential threat.

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Cloud-Based Contact Center Software Enables Canada’s Largest Independent Mortgage Company to Better Serve Customers

Posted on October 1, 2020

Every business wants to be responsive to customer needs. Today’s customers now engage providers in various channels, and being able to track, monitor, and address these interactions is paramount to customer satisfaction. CMLS Financial, Canada’s largest, independently-owned mortgage company, shared their story with us about leveraging cloud-based contact center software to serve customers better.

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Timing Was Everything for This Manufacturer Deemed Essential During COVID-19

Posted on August 20, 2020

How do you protect your employees and adhere to COVID-19 restrictions when you’re a manufacturer and the products you produce are deemed “essential”?

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Are Your Emails HIPAA Compliant?

Posted on August 19, 2020

Ideally, your email exchange provider will offer a portfolio of communication tools. Integrating all your communications and file sharing into one HIPAA compliant environment makes things less cumbersome for you.

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Nonprofit Credit Counseling Service Switches to a Hosted Contact Center Solution to Better Support Its Clients

Posted on July 22, 2020

Credit Canada’s Keith Emery shares the journey of his nonprofit credit counseling service and its successful transition to a hosted contact center solution.

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Video Conferencing Is the New Email

Posted on June 16, 2020

Email was once hailed as the top form of business communications. Only a couple of years ago, business professionals averaged 6.3 hours a day sending and receiving email messages. Today, however, a new type of business communications is surging for the same reasons that email reigned for more than two decades — convenience and efficiency.

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The Power of Radio and Kindness Funds 5 Million Meals for Feeding America

Posted on June 11, 2020

Ron Stone, the CEO of Adams Radio Group that operates 25 stations across 5 American markets, watched a news story about a San Antonio food bank that caught his eye and inspired him to act. The story featured families whose lives had been up-ended by the COVID-19 pandemic shut-down and who were now waiting in line in their cars at a local food bank in order to get their next meal.

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What Is Cloud Communications?

Posted on June 10, 2020

Communication is one of the most important aspects of any company’s operations. Often, communication tools are not fully integrated, creating challenges for your team. By leveraging cloud communications, you can assure greater mobility and accessibility.

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Email Phishing: Protecting Your Organization

Posted on June 3, 2020

Email phishing is the most common cybersecurity attack leading to breaches, according to the 2019 Data Breach Investigations Report from Verizon. It’s pervasive and does not discriminate. Organizations, small and large, must be vigilant. And while user training and awareness are integral parts to reducing email phishing incidents, having a best-in-class email protection solution is critical.

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How an Events Company Reinvented Themselves When Their Industry Came to an Abrupt Halt

Posted on June 1, 2020

When you are a branded merchandise company helping clients to get their brands into their customers’ hands through logoed merchandise at business events, what happens when social distancing forces the entire business world to cancel these events with little warning? That’s the challenge that Shelley Stewart, CEO of Red Promotions, faced when the COVID-19 pandemic swept the world in March 2020.