Reuben Yonatan

Reuben Yonatan

  • Founder & CEO

Reuben is the founder and CEO of GetVoIP. As an entrepreneur and tech enthusiast, Reuben brings a wealth of hands-on telecom industry experience, backed by a 10-year track record in strategically shaping operational functionality in all his ventures.

With an extensive background in cloud communication technologies, and building industry leading internet companies, Reuben steers GetVoIP towards his vision to become the #1 resource for cloud computing trends and insights, by overseeing all day to day operations including editorials, content brainstorming, lead generating, as well as managing marketing campaigns with advertisers.

Having been featured in dozens of interviews, and publications, such as Forbes and BusinessInsider, Reuben’s writings blend commentary, research, and perspective on cloud computing, digital media, software trends, business strategies, and enterprise solutions.

In his spare time, Reuben is an avid basketball and racquetball player, hiker, and a self-professed web surfer, striving to make the web a better place. Reuben is also a contributor to Huffington Post, Entrepreneur, BizCommunity, as well as other popular publications. Follow Reuben on Twitter @ReubenYonatan.

Read some of Reuben's latest articles below:

February 13, 2017

The Most Googled Tax Terms by State [Infographic]

If you’ve ever tried to do your own taxes, you know how confusing they can be. Trying to pay taxes to two states or figure out what you can deduct and what you can’t? Good luck! No matter who you are, you can't avoid taxes. Whether you're a small business owner working with an accountant to understand which tax deductions to take advantage of or an employee fretting over their income taxes,...
February 06, 2017

15 Science-Backed Memory Tips to Help You Succeed

Have you ever been introduced to a new person only to forget their name seconds after learning it? Throughout our lives, our brains create a rich tapestry of memories based on the sights, sounds, smells, and everything else that we experience each day. But why can you easily remember some things, like the make and model of your first car, but not others, like what you had for breakfast last...
January 23, 2017

28 Teamwork Quotes From Great Leaders [Infographic]

Think about a time where you worked in a group where one person took the lead and called all of the shots instead of listening to the collective voice. Now think about a time when each team member was encouraged to voice concerns and provide feedback. Which was more effective? Likely, the latter. In business and in life one person can only get so far. Real growth happens when you are...
January 17, 2017

The Ultimate Guide to Office Feng Shui

Does your office environment seem to drain the productivity right out of you? If so, you might want to consider using feng shui principles to help supercharge your workspace. Feng shui is all about being comfortable in your own space. Aside from the physical comfort that comes with following proper ergonomics, comfort can also mean keeping a clear mind and maintaining an organized lifestyle....
December 12, 2016

16 Ways to Tell Your Coworker is Lying (And What To Do About It)

We all lie. These lies might be small lies to make people feel better, they might be lies through omission, or they might be manipulatory lies. A study conducted by the University of Massachusetts found that 60% of adults can’t have a ten minute conversation without lying at least once. These lies may not all be self-serving, but they are lies nevertheless. What’s more, the more someone...
December 05, 2016

Office Ergonomics: The Complete Guide to Proper Posture

When you were a child and your teacher or parent asked you to sit up straight, you probably didn’t realize that having good posture would help prevent musculoskeletal disorders later in life. As we grow older and spend less time running around outdoors and more time sitting at our desk jobs glued to a computer screen, we run the risk of seriously injuring ourselves. The body was not designed...
November 29, 2016

10 Signs You Made the Wrong Hire

No matter how extensive your hiring process is, there are some things you just can’t plan for. You can spend hours pouring over resumes and conducting screening calls until you finally narrow down the candidates. You can conduct multiple rounds of interviews with people from different departments and order background checks. But, in the end, even when a candidate seems like the perfect fit,...
November 14, 2016

25 Google Calendar Hacks to Save You Time

Google Calendar is a typical calendar app that many of us use daily. Though we’ve all mastered the basic features, there are many powerful features hidden below the surface. Knowing these features will transform you into a Google Calendar power user, and boost your productivity. We have put together 25 powerful Google Calendar Hacks to help you do everything from customizing views to enabling...
November 01, 2016

What Those Job Qualifications Really Mean

“We’re hiring a self-motivated, detail-oriented rockstar who is a master wordsmith, stellar designer, and knowledgeable in HTML/JavaScript. This is an entry-level position. 3+ years experience and a degree in a related field required.” These job requirements may be made up, but they’re not too far off from the unrealistic requests companies make in their job descriptions. All too...
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