Hosted VoIP Buyers Guide

If you’re looking for ways to trim costs at your business, you might want to consider opting for a hosted voice over Internet protocol (VoIP), or virtual private branch exchange (PBX) phone system. In a hosted setup, the system is provided and managed by an outside service. Learn how hosted services can give your small business the veneer of a big company with a sophisticated and comprehensive telephony system.

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Whether your company has recently migrated from legacy telephony to VoIP or whether it has been on the VoIP path for some time, consideration of unified communications UC makes sense. While some businesses will be perfectly happy moving over to VoIP, others will want the richer set of benefits that come with UC. Once the decision to go with UC has been made, businesses have to choose between retaining their premise-based environment for communications applications and adopting cloud-based UC.... Read More

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Digital phone systems that convert voice into data for transmission over data networks is the phone of the future. This white paper provides an overview of voice over IP (VoIP) features and benefits. Read More

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