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.
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.
Different businesses have different needs. For businesses with multiple locations across the state, the country or even the globe, reliable communication is a critical part of day-to-day operations. This means you’re going to want a business telephone solution that can adapt to your ever-changing needs. When it comes to IP phone systems, Nebula Solutions recognizes
Crexendo® launched its Cloud Business Phone System in the early 2000s, giving Cisco phone hardware a cost-effective cloud-based interface application. Cisco has its own brand of software; however, this often comes at a premium that proves unsustainable for small businesses to use. The software allows users to access PBX applications at the convenience of their
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.
Communication technology has advanced in leaps and bounds over the past few years, with faster and more efficient business communications ever on an upward trend. This is all thanks to developments such as VoIP phone systems and cloud-based phone systems. Today Nebula Solutions is here to share this year’s top tech trends.
One of the biggest benefits most businesses get from VoIP phone systems is the huge savings in operational costs. Compared to traditional phone lines, VoIP phones are definitely the more affordable option. However, as with most bills we all have to pay, the devil is in the details, and figuring out these details can be
New York-based business research and advisory company Gartner reports that cloud-based services and technologies are set to grow upwards of $206.2 billion in 2019, a steep 17.3% growth from 2018. With comparatively more features than traditional phone lines, cloud-based phone services are taking the world of business communications by storm.
For most businesses, expansion is one of the biggest long-term goals, and with this in mind, the ability to scale your business infrastructure is an essential part of any company’s operations. Communications play a vital role in scalability. You want something that’s versatile enough to provide bigger and better features as you grow while being
The software that enables computer-to-computer calling has been around since the 90’s, but it wasn’t until the early 2000’s that Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) services gathered traction. The old and slow dial-up connections simply couldn’t handle real-time voice communications over the Internet, unlike the high-speed connections we enjoy today. The first decade into the