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July 25th, 2014

VoIP_July21_CModern business communication platforms are more often than not migrating to digital solutions that are supported by an Internet connection. When looking at different solutions, many businesses come across two major solutions: VoIP and Unified Communications. The problem is, both of these can cause some confusion, especially because the idea behind both sounds so similar.

What is VoIP?

VoIP, or Voice over Internet Protocol, is a modern communication method that enables voice communication over a business's network connection. With many VoIP solutions you are able to use the same phones you do on traditional networks. You just need a small adapter that turns your voice into a digital signature that travels on top of data on your network.
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Topic VoIP General
June 26th, 2014

VoIP_June23_CIt’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. Still, some business owners are skeptical about whether or not to opt in for VoIP. If you are one of them then you need a comprehensive view of the functions of VoIP system to see if it fits your company’s needs.

Quality improvement

Since its inception, the quality of VoIP service has come a long way. Today’s VoIP services allow you to make and receive calls using standard phones. Sound quality has improved tremendously, to the point where many businesses have abandoned traditional phone systems in favor of VoIP.

Reduction of telecommunications costs

Operating costs for the majority of VoIP service providers are significantly lower than traditional phone companies. This allows VoIP providers to charge customers - you - much less than their competitors, both in calling rates and monthly fees. With VoIP, businesses no longer have to maintain separate networks for phones and data which also helps save money.
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Topic VoIP General
May 30th, 2014

voip_May26_CImplementation 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. The challenge is how you can expand your VoIP capabilities to become effective on-the-go.
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Topic VoIP General
April 3rd, 2014

VoIP_March31_CVoice over Internet Protocol, or VoIP, is one of the most popular modern methods of communication. It allows voice communication like a regular phone does, but it uses the Internet instead of the usual phone line. Many companies of all sizes in a multitude of industries have successfully adopted this technology. If you are still using landline phones for business communication you might want to look at the various advantages of adopting this technology.

More affordable communication costs

Using VoIP services like users communicate to other users either for free or at drastically lower call rates than regular providers, as long as they are connected to the Internet.
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Topic VoIP General
March 6th, 2014

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.
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Topic VoIP General