- Changes to our Brazilian numbers
- Press Release: Calliflower launches service for China & India
- Connect Now – China & India!
- Welcome Gaboogie Customers!
- Press Release: iotum Announces Third Acquisition in Nine Months
- New Features for iotum’s Premium Calliflower Conferencing Service Include WebRTC-enabled Native SIP Client, Simplified Controls
- Calliflower Recipe- Makes 1, Serves 200
- Look Who’s Talking….And We Don’t Mean The Movie
- New Options for Setting Your Default Preferences
- Schedule Reminders
Calliflower’s focus on affordability, simplicity, and ease of use make it truly unique.
Calliflower rides through earthquake unscathed
Yesterday afternoon an earthquake hit eastern parts of the US and Canada. The epicentre of the quake was just 61 km north of Ottawa – about 36 miles away. We evacuated the office pretty quickly, even though at magnitude 5.0, the quake itself is considered a moderate quake. After a few minutes outside, we returned to the office and went back to work.
Even had the earthquake been much much stronger, however, Calliflower wouldn’t have been affected. Yes, we likely wouldn’t have been able to answer your phone calls if we had been required to stay away from our offices. However, Calliflower itself is hosted on servers in the so-called “cloud”. Our application servers aren’t in Ottawa at all. They’re owned by Amazon and others. It makes Calliflower very resilient to catastrophe, as a result.
The proof? Bell Canada’s cell phone service in the Ottawa area seems to have been briefly interrupted, but Calliflower just kept on ticking.