Business VoIP Buyer’s Guide

Voice over internet protocol (VoIP) is a business phone system that allows you to make phone calls using a broadband Internet connection. Once you install VoIP, your employees can call anywhere, whether the receiver has VoIP or not. VoIP can be a cheaper alternative to a traditional phone system, as well as offering additional features. Discover the features of VoIP, and learn how to go about purchasing a VoIP system.

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Cloud VoIP Enterprise Phone System Buyer’s Guide

The conventional wisdom is that cloud voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) is suitable for smaller companies, and it is. But cloud VoIP also has attractions for larger companies. In particular, the flexibility it offers can be especially appealing for organizations with large, geographically dispersed workforces. Accordingly, a number of providers are specifically targeting enterprise customers, offering the same capabilities as high-end premises systems.

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Cloud VoIP SMB Phone System Buyer’s Guide

Small to midsize businesses (SMBs) can enjoy big business features from cloud voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) solutions with little to no upfront spending. Other benefits include ease of use, minimal to no IT pros managing the system, scalability, and much more.

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Cloud VoIP Mobility Buyer’s Guide

These days, a lot of employees work remotely. The most visible of them are those who are traveling for business, but there are also those who work from home or in small and/or remote branch offices. Even small companies can have overseas employees, and many of them may switch among any combination of these work situations at different times. In any case, all represent different types of mobile workers and cloud VoIP providers offer a variety of ways to keep such workers connected.

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Hosted VoIP for Small Business: A Buyer’s Guide

As your small business grows, are you ready to abandon your conventional landline and make the switch to a VoIP phone system? If you’re searching for ways to trim costs at your small business, you may want to consider opting for a hosted VoIP (also referred to as virtual PBX) phone system. Before choosing a hosted VoIP provider, it helps to compare key features and benefits that hosted VoIP systems offer. Read further. Read More

Hosted VoIP Buyer’s Guide: Creating Virtual Offices

Whether starting a business, setting up new office locations, or supporting employees while on the road, hosted voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) can help each situation by setting up “virtual offices.” This white paper will show examples of how a business can lower costs and increase flexibility with a new hosted VoIP solution by creating a virtual office environment. Read More

Cloud VoIP Mobility Buyer’s Guide

These days, a lot of employees work remotely. The most visible of them are those who are traveling for business, but there are also those who work from home or in small and/or remote branch offices. Even small companies can have overseas employees, and many of them may switch among any combination of these work situations at different times. In any case, all represent different types of mobile workers and cloud VoIP providers offer a variety of ways to keep such workers connected.

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