Employees are more on the go than ever, and often must call in during meetings. Obviously dialing in from a cell phone is not a problem, but there is technology that will securely save the information for dial-ins so that employees can connect easily while on the go. Once they reach the office they can switch to their office phone, and then again switch back to their mobile device if they need to be pulled away. This increases efficiency and punctuality, and ensures that dial-in info isn’t lost to the point where employees can’t enter an audio conferencing session.
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