Common VoIP issues to be aware of

Common VoIP issues to be aware of

As with any technological systems, Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) can offer businesses some intriguing benefits, including decreased costs and easier management. Because of these advantages, many businesses have already switched over. For those who are considering making the move, there are a few points you should be aware of first.

VoIP: Yes or no?

VoIP: Yes or no?

It’s safe to say that businesses today are concerned with efficiency and performance, as well as making and saving money. To that end, Voice-over-Internet Protocol (VoIP) is clearly and rapidly becoming one of the most popular go-to solutions. This system moves phone communications onto your network connection to help increase productivity and minimize communication costs.

VoIP on-the-go

VoIP on-the-go

Implementation of a VoIP solution can offer businesses many tangible benefits. However, without proper management and IT support for VoIP solutions, you could see a negative impact on your productivity. You may experience limited communication from both customers and employees, especially when it comes to mobile or remote workers.

5 Tips to getting the best VoIP system

VoIP_Mar03_COnce you do your research, you’ll find that choosing which VoIP provider to go for can be quite confusing (if not downright perplexing). Because of how critical the functions of a VoIP system are, it’s not just important for you adopt this, but also that you get the best one! The question is, how you’re going to do that.

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.

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.