Hosted VoIP or PBX in a Closet?

Companies today still need phones, and many older PBX systems consisting of an odd box on the wall with proprietary cards and an arcane command-line interface have long passed their expiration dates. Now that copper pairs powering land-line phones are down to about 30 percent of active lines, customers will almost certainly move to VoIP…

Cloud, VoIP, and Fiber Equals More Bandwidth

The cloud is dramatically transforming how small- to mid-sized businesses (SMBs) operate. The operational benefits and efficiencies of cloud-computing are becoming increasingly accepted and adopted. Migration to cloud technologies has not only involved production servers and software, but also critical applications such as VoIP business phone systems. There are many advantages for an SMB to…

VoIP Moves to the Cloud (Virtual PBX)

Many small to mid-sized businesses (SMBs) are discovering how the cloud can dramatically transform their business. Co-location and virtual hosting options (for production servers) are viable alternatives to on-premise hardware. SaaS (software as a service) or hosted solutions for business applications give SMBs the ability to get enterprise-class software at a fraction of the cost.…

Grow Your Business with Hosted VoIP

Your phone system is vital to your business. No way around it. Yet many small- to mid-sized businesses (SMBs) are hanging onto their legacy systems, often crossing their fingers hoping it won’t crash. Truth is PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network) systems and services are more expensive… and not nearly as productive and effective. Upgrading a…

VoIP: Cloud-based IP-PBX or On Premise?

With VoIP, businesses receive an advanced set of call management tools and features to improve business operations, efficiency and productivity. In addition, businesses can make long distance calls at a fraction of the usual cost and call other same-network VoIP users for free. VoIP, which requires an onsite or hosted IP-PBX, is suited for businesses of all…