News & Views

Why you shouldn’t wait for getting back to the office to adopt a 2025-proof UC calling solution

The effects of COVID-19 have shown us all the struggles and challenges of working from home. While we may all be desperate to return to the office and see our colleagues again, remote working is here to stay, and it’s already a significant consideration for businesses in their future planning. But it’s not all down to the COVID-19 pandemic. Many businesses were already looking to adopt Unified Communication platforms to refresh their calling technologies before the ISDN ‘Switch-off’ in 2025, or because they know that there are significant benefits to biting that bullet now and making the transition sooner rather than later. With all of this in mind, should you really be considering a move to a unified comms solution and what benefit can it bring to your business?

Has rural home & business connectivity been forgotten?

Long before the global pandemic ground the world to a halt, and saw new connectivity services and fault resolutions being prioritised for critical functions such as blue light services, pharmacies, utilities, food distribution outlets and financial services, rural homes and businesses were patiently waiting for the high-speed internet services that the rest of us take for granted. Now, with limits to travel and engineer availability, will those in the green belt be left behind?

Beyond COVID-19: Seven key IT solutions that will accelerate your return to ‘business as usual’

While there is still so much uncertainty as to when businesses will be able to return to the office and ‘get back to normal’, there are several technologies that present solutions to the challenges of fostering these strong communication practices. The most significant being a Unified Communications solution that will – as the name suggests – combine all the various ways that your team collaborate, into a unified experience.

Vaioni enables businesses to minimise costs with free enterprise class hosted telephony solution for 3 months

With so much uncertainty in the market and a genuine risk of businesses losing revenue due to the Coronavirus outbreak, Vaioni – the Manchester-based Network Services Operator - has taken the decision to lead by example and embody its “Be Extraordinary’ mantra by offering some of its most popular enterprise class hosted voice and next generation internet security services for free; enabling businesses throughout the country to minimise costs and better weather this economic storm.

COVID-19 update – ensuring continued operations

These are unprecedented times and I hope that you, your colleagues and families remain well. As the situation develops at pace, I wanted to let you know about some of the business continuity measures that we have taken to secure the continued operation of your service(s) and the health and safety of our colleagues and you, our customer.

Statement regarding COVID-19

Vaioni Group Limited takes any risk to the health of its employees and customers very seriously. We are monitoring the current outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19) and will be regularly reviewing any potential impact to our customers. The leadership team is currently reviewing various strategies to minimise any risks to our people, operations and office locations.

Vaioni targets headcount growth

Vaioni today announces a recruitment drive to increase its headcount by 25%. This recruitment drive comes on the heels of the £5.5m fundraise with Panoramic Growth Equity and aims to support the impressive and ambitious growth plans that will see Vaioni Wholesale become one the most innovative independent Network Operators in the UK.

Changes to Clear Voice Terms & Conditions

Following the re-launch of our unified communications service "Clear Voice" with its advanced features and functionality, we've updated the applicable terms and conditions.

Christmas Network Freeze & Opening Hours

As the holiday season approaches, so has the time for us to confirm our operating and support hours over Christmas and the New Year. We’ve seen increased year-on-year demand for greater operational support throughout the festive period, so this year we are remaining...

Remembrance Day 2019

Remembrance Day 2019

On this day of #remembrance, we will be observing the 2 minutes’ silence at 11am. Please be patient with our colleagues if you are on a call with us at this time.