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Benefits of Using VoIP Phone Numbers

Friday, October 2nd, 2020
Benefits of Using VoIP Phone Numbers

Here are some benefits of taking advantage of VoIP phone numbers when conducting your business.

One way you can upgrade your business or office phone system is by using a modern VoIP phone solution. If you do transition over to using a VoIP system, one of the many new changes you’ll realize is setting up your VoIP phone numbers. This type of number is used as an extension that is assigned to users, like your employees. These calls are placed over the internet and use your data network, not traditional landlines. You can likely set up your VoIP phone numbers with your VoIP system provider using your business’s existing numbers, making the switch that much easier! Here are some more benefits of taking advantage of VoIP phone numbers when conducting your business. Read the rest of this entry »

What’s Impacting Your VoIP Call Quality?

Friday, June 5th, 2020
What’s Impacting Your VoIP Call Quality?

When you set up your business with a hosted phone solution, you expect the VoIP call quality to reflect your operation’s reliability.

When you set up your business with a hosted phone solution, you expect the VoIP call quality to reflect your operation’s reliability. On occasion, you and your employees may notice a minor or significant drop in your VoIP call quality. While the situation is not as dire as complete phone system downtime, these reduced call qualities can negatively impact your business in other ways. Your initial reaction may be to blame your telecommunications provider for the sub-par service. In reality, there can be other issues with your internet connectivity that could impact your VoIP call quality. Read the rest of this entry »

Voice Over IP: Crucial to Telecommuting Success

Saturday, March 28th, 2020
Voice Over IP: Crucial to Telecommuting Success

Voice over IP solutions make remote work and telecommuting far more productive and secure.

Plenty of businesses have already turned to voice over IP solutions to enable the best work from telecommuting workers. These are workers who work remotely, either at home, while on travel, or anywhere else away from their office phone and computer. Telecommuting offers flexibility to businesses and employees. Companies can save money on leasing physical office space and attract workers from a greater talent pool. Employees get the flexibility of working outside of the typical office-environment and cuts out the hassle of commuting to work. Telecommuting is the way of the future, and voice over IP provides the best tools to support a company’s remote workforce. Read the rest of this entry »

3 Signs Your VoIP Phone System is Hacked

Friday, March 13th, 2020
3 Signs Your VoIP Phone System is Hacked

These are some signs you should watch out for, letting you know your VoIP phone system has potentially been compromised.

VoIP phone systems are reliable and offer various businesses many unique phone features. Harnessing the power of the Internet, VoIP phone systems connect your business communication with and through your wireless network. However, just as your network can get hacked without the right security measures in place, your phone system is just as vulnerable to this type of attack. This leaves your conversations and data insecure, and can potentially cost your company thousands of dollars of toll charges. While instances of businesses getting their VoIP phone system hacked may seem rare, and you think it could never happen to your office, it’s best to know a few of the warning signs.  Read the rest of this entry »

What Are IP-PBX Systems?

Saturday, March 7th, 2020
What Are IP-PBX Systems?

How do IP-PBX systems differ from the traditional public branch exchange phone systems?

If you’ve purchased a PBX phone system or private branch exchange phone system, in the past few years, chances are it’s actually an IP-PBX system. If not, it may be time to look into replacing your traditional PBX with a more modern IP-PBX system. What are the differences in this newer telecommunications technology from its predecessor, and more importantly, what benefits can it serve your business? Read the rest of this entry »

4 Things to Look for in a VoIP Provider

Friday, August 16th, 2019
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Read on to learn about four things to look for in a VoIP provider for your business.

If you have decided to switch your company over to VoIP, your next big step is to research VoIP providers and choose the one that is right for you. Finding the right VoIP provider can be a considerable challenge, but discovering one that works well for your business and fits your budget is essential. Read on to learn about four things to look for in a VoIP provider for your business.

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4 Must-Have Pieces of Call Center Equipment

Wednesday, July 24th, 2019
call center
Read on to learn more about four must-have pieces of equipment for any call center.

All businesses have telecommunication technology needs, but the needs of call centers can be exceptional. Headsets, recording software, and other specialized equipment are industry standards that can help your call center operate more efficiently. Meeting the technological demands of a call center can be overwhelming, but sticking to a set list of equipment and software types can help you narrow down your product search. Read on to learn more about four must-have pieces of equipment for any call center.

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6 Reasons to Use eFax

Wednesday, July 3rd, 2019
eFax
For these reasons and more, many people have made the switch to eFax.

The fax machine has been around for a lot longer than you probably think. It was invented way back in 1843, and even though many people think it has been replaced by email and the internet, it hasn’t. People still send over 17 billion faxes every year, because faxing information is secure, it is legally binding, and it is pretty convenient. When was the last time you saw a fax machine? Unless you have one at your business, finding a place to fax something can be inconvenient. And even if you do have a fax machine, there are other aspects of owning one that can be costly and inconvenient. For these reasons and more, many people have made the switch to eFax.

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