VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) offers many advantages over traditional telephone systems. One of these is the capability to record calls without worrying about the limitations of physical storage media such as hard drives. In today’s post, business phone systems provider One Call discusses how recording your VoIP phone calls can benefit your business.
Effective communications is a vital part of any business. This is why many companies invest in the best business telephone systems to facilitate their daily operations. To this end, there are two options vying for the top spot: landlines and VoIP. Both choices have their own sets of advantages and disadvantages, as well as their own supporters and detractors. However, deciding which one is superior to the other means you have to understand more about their strengths and weaknesses.
VoIP systems offer several advantages over traditional phone systems, such as mobility, low maintenance costs, and expandability. There are, however, some concerns about cloud-based phone system security, and how they’re perceived to be less secure than their analog counterparts. In this blog, business phone systems provider One Call shares an in-depth look at VoIP phone security.
If your business still relies on traditional telephone systems for communication, you’re missing out on the benefits of cloud-based and VoIP telephone systems. In this blog, One Call shares how legacy phone systems hold back businesses.
Since the first time it became commercially available in 1995, Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) drastically changed the landscape of business communications technology. Today, this one system fills several roles once held by multiple devices, offering varied solutions to many modern challenges. VoIP comes in many different but convenient forms. In fact, it’s not unusual to find do-it-yourself VoIP kits for enterprising small business owners.