Rachael Abrams

Rachael Abrams

  • Contributing Writer

Rachael Abrams is a contributing writer at GetVoIP and a freelance writer for the NYC metro area. She’s been writing professionally for almost ten years and enjoys covering topics such as television, art, advertising, tech and electronics. With a background in product-centric marketing and technical writing, she’s always eager to break down complex ideas and make them easier to swallow. Her works have appeared in blogs, literary magazines, and on the shelves of some of your favorite retailers. In her free time, Rachael can be found exploring Brooklyn in search of new culinary adventures, reading about the robots taking over, or singing poorly at karaoke.

Read some of Rachael's latest articles below:

March 10, 2020

Is Online Fax Secure Enough for Lawyers, Doctors, and Government Contractors?

Many read the word “fax” with a somewhat antiquated connotation, much akin to having a computer room in a family house. Online fax, however, provides the complexity of a cloud-based service without the need for extra hardware (fax machines). Unlike its bulkier counterpart, which used analog networks to transmit data by connecting to traditional telephone lines (PTSN), secure online fax...
December 04, 2019

What is Conversational AI? How to Prepare For the Future of Business

When properly integrated into a business’ infrastructure, AI delivers innovative benefits that relieve both business-operational strain and provide near-instant gratification for customers in need. AI-backed tools assist with things like meeting scheduling, note-taking, and providing analytics quickly to help boost productivity. According to Diane Chaleff of Google Cloud Suite, Google’s...
December 03, 2019

Top 12 Business Phone Services in 2020: Pricing, Features, and More

Earlier this year, Reuters published a report covering the significant changes predicted for the global VoIP market. The report revealed that by the end of 2018, the business VoIP market was valued at $77.4 billion, expected to reach $93.2 billion by the end of 2024. Business phone services are the driving force in the business VoIP services market “as the move to IP positively impacts...
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