Recently, more and more organizations have been transitioning to flexible working conditions for their staff, like permitting work from home or more flexible working hours. However, nobody could have predicted the impact the covid-19 pandemic would have on the way organizations structure their workforce. What was gradually becoming a trend in employee work practices suddenly
We will likely have to switch from our present voice provider to a new one at one point or the other in our business lives. There are a variety of reasons why this change happens. The reasons range from increased business benefits to cost savings. The process of switching tends to be a very in-depth
As recently as August 30th, 2020, a well-known US carrier CenturyLink took a deep dive exposing some of the downsides of VoIP technology. The cause of their outage is not that important. If you MUST know, it had to do with an error in their BGP protocol, the language that allows Internet peers to talk to each other. What is essential is how THEIR problem impacted the rest of US!
Unified Communications is a fancy word for a business phone system that integrates multiple communication technologies and methods into a single platform. This is a natural evolution of a system originally designed for voice communications. UC has the capability to ultimately take your communications to the next level and optimize the way your organization interacts.
A century ago, the most severe pandemic in history spread its tentacles across the world. The 1918 influenza pandemic infected about 500 million people and wiped out a large number of the earth’s population. As of today, a century later, the world is experiencing an arguably equally impactful pandemic. We are presently in a very
The world as we know it changes with every passing second. These changes subtly creep up on us and go almost unnoticed till we reflect on the past. And suddenly it dawns on us that our present world is a far cry from the world of as recent as the past decade. Unified Communications effect
VoIP PBX is more than just a phone system that offers all the features you need for efficient communication. Using VoIP-enabled PBX systems brings several benefits in cost and flexibility. However, like most technologies, even small mistakes in configuration can result in massive security flaws.
Why businesses should consider the switch to a VoIP phone system now Coronavirus outbreaks are forcing many companies to make difficult choices. How do they continue to operate their business, provide the same level of service to our customers while utilizing remote workers? You need to remain in a position to provide your employees their
The Need for Firewall Configuration in VoIP VoIP systems are a crucial investment for all organizations, regardless of their type or size. As these systems rely on the internet, they help streamline communication for organizations in a reliable and cost-effective manner. But, just like traditional telephony, VoIP networks are under threat of various impersonation-based identity
VoIP echo is a common issue that causes disruption and delays in communication between individuals. If you have a far end-point, the loudness and delays during calls can get considerably worse. In this article, we will cover some of the main causes of VoIP echo and explain how to resolve an echo in VoIP. Causes
VoIP (voice over IP) systems have become a mainstream part of nearly every business. These phone systems are essential for making businesses profitable and efficient. However, as VoIP phone systems become more common, companies seek additional functionalities from their service providers. One of such additions is the feature of VoIP call recording. Call recording can
A hybrid VoIP system can bridge the gap between conventional PBX and VoIP telephony strategies in order to offer a more robust solution for organizations. These systems can facilitate the migration from PBX-based telephony to voice over IP. There are two reasons the transition from PBX to VoIP has been taking such a long time: