VoIP apps: Beneficial for your business

VoIP_Feb03_CVoIP apps can help improve your communication. That’s a fact! However, not that many business owners are familiar with how VoIP works, thus leading to them missing out on the many potential advantages that it brings. When many business bosses first set out to integrate a new solution they look at what free services are available.

5 reasons to switch to VoIP

VoIP_Dec09_COne of the biggest business trends over the past decade is the modernization of business systems. Take for example the cloud, which companies are adopting in droves. There is one system that doesn’t seem to be moving as fast however – the phone. Many companies still rely on traditional networks, unaware that there is a powerful option available to them: Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP).

If you are using older, more traditional phone systems, here are five reasons you should switch over to VoIP.

1. It offers more than just voice calls

Aside from offering voice calls, many VoIP programs also allow for video calls, video conferencing, and even screen sharing.

Define: Packet delays

VoIP_Sep24_CWhile VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) systems have become the go-to solution for business telecommunications, it’s not perfect. Sure, on the most part, the systems offer better call quality than traditional phone lines but there will be times when there are delays and poorer call quality.

Define: VoIP terminology

VoIP_June26_CTechnology is wonderful, yet often incredibly complex. Much of the modern tech used in offices is so advanced that, while we know how to use it, the repair and production of it normally needs to be conducted by trained specialists. Because of this, the terminology is often confusing and seemingly complex too.

Five great VoIP features

VoIP_May02_CIt’s safe to say that many business owners and managers are aware of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phone systems, and in fact, many businesses now use it. There are many more still using older phone systems however. If you are one of these companies, and are curious about VoIP, you may be interested to know more about the various features offered by providers.

5 benefits VoIP can provide

VoIP_April03_CCustomers expect that you have a phone number, which usually means a big investment into an often inefficient system that is limited and run by various phone companies. There is an alternative however: Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP). VoIP has become popular amongst companies, and could be a viable alternative to existing systems.

VoIP comes to Facebook Messenger

One of the most popular, and arguably important, websites is Facebook. This social media service has almost single handedly transformed the way we communicate and use the Internet. One of the more popular ways to communicate over Facebook is through the use of the Messenger mobile app.

Messenger merged into Skype

Skype is not a new product, it’s been around for nearly a decade and has been one of the mainstays of the digitization of the telephone, commonly referred to as Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP). Microsoft purchased Skype back in 2011 and has recently released an update which makes Skype a front-line Microsoft product.

5 reasons why you should upgrade to VoIP

A wide majority of businesses, regardless of size, location, or industry, have eagerly adopted technological solutions like the computer, or high speed Internet. Telephone systems have been largely ignored, mainly due to the fact that they still appear to work just fine.

SIP Trunking. Should my company use it?

Have you ever answered a sales call with a local number, only to find out the sales person isn’t from the local area? The technology that makes this possibly is usually a digital network like Voice over Internet Protocol, VoIP, with extra technology that allows businesses to use their traditional phone lines to place long distance calls for nearly no cost.