The type of communication system for your business is an important decision to make in any company. The biggest options in business telephone solutions are mainly divided into two categories: landlines, and voice over Internet protocol (VoIP). Each of these types has its own benefits and disadvantages, which means choosing the right solution is a significant decision.
When the Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) telephone service was introduced back in the early 90s, its quality and performance were major issues. Luckily, the technology has made enormous leaps and bounds since then. More and more companies are using VoIP as their primary business phone system. Improvements in quality are all well and good, but what about its security? Read more
One of the biggest doubts many business owners have about a VoIP phone system is that their enterprise may not be big enough for such a “fancy” system. They can be impressed by all the bells and whistles, however, they’re doubtful that their small business or company would ever find the need for an Internet phone service, a service most assume are meant for bigger companies. Read more
Knowing the options available for your business is actually half the battle when choosing the right communication setup. How would you feel when you’ve already purchased a system and you find out something is even better? Read more
Successful entrepreneurs are always looking for ways to improve and streamline their business. With minor adjustments, you can make a continuous change that always pushes your business forward. One way to do this is using a unified communications solution. Read more
In the early days of the Voice over Internet Protocol or VoIP telephony system, the technology required the use of computers for communications and this was, at best, a huge limitation to its capabilities. However, VoIP has made considerable strides in improving mobility, flexibility, and cost-effectiveness. It’s caught the attention of many business owners who are beginning to make the switch to this incredible new form of communication.
Phone calls are probably one of the more common contact points between your business and your clients. We’re not going to discuss the importance of having a business phone because, frankly, that goes without question.
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