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Central Virginia: Microsoft 2003

Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Reached End of Life and Is No Longer Supported

Central Virginia Communications Educates Customers on What to Do and the Dangers of Using This Technology

LYNCHBURG & ROANOKE — July 27, 2015 — Central Virginia Communications, a leading provider of unified communications, announced today that the company has launched an awareness campaign, alerting businesses of the recent announcement by Microsoft. Microsoft Windows Server 2003 has reached the end of its life and is no longer supported by Microsoft after July 14, 2015. This announcement has massive implications on the security of small to mid-sized (SMB) businesses everywhere, due in large to the ubiquitous presence of Windows Servers in nearly every SMB.

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Central Virginia: New Construction

Building a New Facility? Don’t Forget About the Pre-Planning Phase of Your Most Important Asset …Your Communications Infrastructure

Thomas Vaughan of Central Virginia Communications Provides a Guide to a Successful Transition

LYNCHBURG & ROANOKE — June 26, 2015 — Building a new facility is both an exciting and stressful task for your company, your employees, and your business partners. It’s a journey that can be as smooth as ice or one plagued with obstacles and errors. Having the foresight to pre-plan your most important asset, your communications infrastructure, is critical to meeting deadlines or having to continually push back your move in date. Unfortunately, the latter may end up costing your organization significant time and money that you will never recoup.

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Central Virginia: Manufactured Cloud

Central Virginia Communications Educates Customers on How to Replace Manufactured Discontinued Phone Systems with Todays Cloud Technology

Leader in Unified Communications Increases Customer Profitability by Cost Justifying New Cloud Voice Solutions

LYNCHBURG & ROANOKE - May 26, 2015 – Central Virginia Communications, a leader in unified communications, announced today the company has launched a campaign to educate their existing customers on a dilemma facing many growth-oriented business owners. It’s no secret that as technology continues to advance, antiquated phone systems become more obsolete each year. As time rolls on, lack of functionality becomes more pronounced, leaving business owners with outdated equipment that hinder productivity. As manufacturers move on to innovating and building better versions of their technology, business owners with older phone systems find a very tough time getting support, finding replacement parts and receiving maintenance. The greatest risk facing these businesses is that when the outdated phone system stops working, which is usually once every 5 years, this causes costly downtime because the whole office shuts down and usually takes days to get back up and running. Most business owners shudder to imagine what it would be like to have their office phones down and how expensive it would be to have a team doing nothing at the office.

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Central Virginia: Cloud Voice Full Service

Central Virginia Communications Announces Full-Service Cloud Voice Program

Industry Leader in Unified Communications Responds to Consumer Demands with Powerful Solution

LYNCHBURG & ROANOKE - April 28, 2015 – Central Virginia Communications, a leader in unified communications announced today that the company has launched a revolutionary full-service cloud voice program which is radically shaking up the industry. Central Virginia Communications created this program in response to growing customer demand for a simplified, all-inclusive program that would encapsulate all of the key products and services a business needs in order to solidify its IT and communications infrastructure. Essentially, this program enables CEOs to make technological improvements to their businesses on-the-fly, without the large capital outlays that are often associated with company infrastructure investments. For the first time ever, the company has concepted a program which essentially wraps all necessary components into a single package.

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Central Virginia: 4 Decisions

The Top 4 Technology Decisions CEOs Will Make in 2015

Leader in Unified Communications Educates Business Owners on Key Advancements

LYNCHBURG & ROANOKE — March 31, 2015 — Central Virginia Communications, a leader in unified communications, announced today that the company is launching an awareness campaign to inform business owners of the top 4 technology decisions that CEOs will make this year regarding their office technology. The decisions involve IT departments, capital expenditures, network security and the pros and cons of moving to the cloud. In today’s business environment, owners need to assess the advancement in all technological areas, but paying special attention to these four areas will yield exponential benefits in the next calendar year. Here are the four decisions that need to be made:

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Central Virginia: 2015 Convention

Central Virginia Communications Invited to Attend 15th Annual TAG Convention

National Convention for Undisputed Leaders in Unified Communications and Customer Experience

LYNCHBURG & ROANOKE — February 24, 2015 — Central Virginia Communications, a leading provider of unified communications, announced today that Thomas Vaughan, the company’s President, will be attending Technology Assurance Group’s (TAG) 15th Annual Convention. The event will take place on April 19th-22nd in Savannah, Georgia at the Hyatt Regency. TAG is an international association of independently owned unified communications companies representing nearly $350M in products and services in the industry.

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Central Virginia: Who's Stealing

Who’s Stealing Your Bandwidth?

Leader in Unified Communications Educates Businesses on the Importance of Proper Internet Utilization and Best Practices

LYNCHBURG & ROANOKE — January 20, 2015 — Central Virginia Communications, a leading provider in unified communications, announced today that the company is educating its customers on the recent expansion of bandwidth monitoring and management solutions. Essentially, bandwidth monitoring is the practice and policy of tracking the utilization of company bandwidth between all employees, software applications and desktops. The growth of bandwidth management solutions in recent years is due primarily to growth of company provided and personal devices (smart phones, tablets, etc.) connected to an organization’s network.

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Central Virginia: File Storage

Central Virginia Communications Launches Cloud-Based File Storage Program To Enhance Business Collaboration, Safety and Simplicity

Small to Mid-Sized Companies to Benefit from Data Protection and Universal Access

LYNCHBURG & ROANOKE — December 17, 2014 — Central Virginia Communications, a leader in unified communications, announced today that the company has launched a cloud-based file syncing and storage program in order to enhance business productivity for their small to medium-sized customers. This program’s overarching goal is to streamline daily operations for their customers and enable businesses to collaborate, share, and securely backup business critical files. In recent years, businesses have witnessed the profound flexibility of cloud-based technology and nearly every application has become cloud-friendly. Data storage is a natural fit for this environment and today, Central Virginia Communications is proud to announce their new development.

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Central Virginia: Mobile Workforce

Central Virginia Communications Helps Small to Mid-Sized (SMBs) Businesses Deploy Mobile Workforces to Increase Sales and Productivity

Leader in the Technology Industry Provides Expertise on How to “Go Mobile”

LYNCHBURG & ROANOKE — November 17, 2014 — Central Virginia Communications, an industry leader in unified communications, announced today that the company has launched a mobile workforce initiative in order to help their customers leverage the benefits of advanced technology in today’s mobile environment. According to a Cisco study, the growth of the mobile workforce has evolved from startups to enterprises and 3 out of every 5 workers say that they no longer need to be located in an office in order to be productive. With clear benefits in reduced rent costs, flexibility in scheduling, reduced employee commute times, environmental friendliness, improved employee morale, results-focused productivity and enhanced accountability, it’s no wonder that managers and employees alike are embracing the notion of the mobile workforce.

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