Should you consider adopting Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phone systems for your business, or will legacy phone systems suffice? The decision will ultimately boil down to which technology can best address your business needs. To help you decide whether VoIP is right for your company, read on about this phone technology that’s enabling organizations to deliver excellent results while helping them cut costs.
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phone systems are cheaper and more efficient than regular phones, and businesses are quickly adopting it. However, transitioning without a plan can cause a range of issues that can catch business owners by surprise.
Forget about the days when your company spent a lot of money on long-distance phone calls to clients and partners. Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology now allows you to place and receive calls for free or for a minimal fee. Find out the various options for individual users and business owners alike by reading on.
When it comes to saving money for small businesses, Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is one solution that is all the rage. But not all VoIP systems are built the same. So when you’re ready to install this new technology for your business, here are some common VoIP pitfalls to be aware of.
Office 365 users received big news about what’s happening to its VoIP platform during the 2017 Ignite conference. According to Microsoft, Skype for Business will eventually be replaced by Teams -- an all-in-one collaboration platform that rivals popular tools like Slack.
When a technology is released on the market that promises to cut the expense of your old technology in half, it certainly can raise some eyebrows. We all know, when a deal sounds too good to be true it usually is. So when it comes to VoIP, and its wild claims of radically reducing phone costs, what’s the catch? For many business owners who jumped into a VoIP system without a plan or chose the wrong service provider, there can be a big one.