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The Advantages of SD-WAN

SD-WAN is shorthand for software-defined wide area networking. It’s one of the newest services offered by many business telephone service providers in addition to their existing suite of communication solutions. SD-WAN offers a wide array of conveniences and features for businesses, and our experts at Nebula Solutions believe it may be worth your time to take a look at this service and the many advantages it offers. Read more

How to Find the Right Business Telephone System

Proper communication lines are an integral operational part of almost all types of business. Whether you’re looking for intra-office hosted telephone system to handle in-office correspondence or an automated operator service to ease the pressure of high-volume inbound phone calls, your business can only be as good as the way you handle your communications. Read more

5 VoIP Vendor Red Flags You Should Watch Out For

Whether you’re in the market for a new VoIP vendor or are reviewing a contract that’s up for renewal, you need to watch out for a few things that could lead to problems down the line. In this blog, business cloud solutions provider Nebula Solutions shares some VoIP vendor red flags that you should watch out for. Read more

Important Things You Should Look for in a VoIP Contract

If you’re in the market for business VoIP phone solutions, it’s important to consider the features and options available. This is why you need to thoroughly review your VoIP contract before signing it. In this blog, Nebula Solutions shares the most important things you should look for in a VoIP contract. Read more

How to Ensure a Successful Transition to a New Phone System

Transitioning to a new business phone system is hardly an easy task. Fortunately, with a well-organized plan you can make your transition project a successful one. Nebula Solutions shares an overview of how you can ensure an effective transition to a new business VoIP phone system.

Hosted Vs. Non-Hosted PBX Systems: What’s the Difference?

At some point while setting up your business phone system installation, you’ll be given the choice between hosted and non-hosted PBX (private branch exchange) systems. Nebula Solutions differentiates between the two and discusses how you can choose which one is best for your business.

Why You Should Keep Your Business Desk Phones

Mobile communication has become so ubiquitous that it’s almost impossible to find a person who doesn’t own a smartphone. Many homeowners have done away with their traditional landlines, but should businesses follow suit? VoIP solutions expert Nebula Solutions shares an in-depth look.

How to Choose the Best Business Telephone Solutions

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.

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How Secure Are VoIP Telephone Systems?

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

Internet Phone Services for Small Businesses

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