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  • IVRs Need to Get With the Times
    IVR systems are among the tools that you can love due to the pros it offers your business, or hate due to how poorly it has seemed to evolve despite the ever-evolving landscape of telecommunications. One of the downfalls of IVR, according to the business VoIP specialists over at GetVoIP, is that some systems don't use "context awareness."
  • Will WhatsApp VoIP Find Success in the Developing World?
    We know WhatsApp Messenger as an instant messaging app for smartphones that operates under a subscription business model. It is a proprietary, cross-platform app that gives users the ability to select feature phones to use the Internet communication purposes. In addition to text messaging, WhatsApp can be used to send images, video and audio media messages. The location feature can also be used through the use of integrated mapping features.
  • The Many Advantages of Business VoIP Systems
    More and more companies are implementing hosted voice over IP (VoIP) solutions as a replacement for traditional landline phone networks. Recent research has demonstrated that many customers still prefer phone interactions over website browsing if they are looking for a discussion or more detailed information, meaning voice technology had to evolve in a way that interacts seamlessly with today's Internet-centric infrastructure.
  • VoIP is a Game-Changer for Mobile Workers
    One of the biggest changes in International travel is the emergence of the smartphone. Whereas once upon a time it could be quite stressful heading to a foreign land when you don't speak the language or know the geography, now a smartphone equipped with a data plan can make you something of a local instantly.
  • Test Case: Bharti Airtel Starts Charging Extra for VoIP Calls
    Net neutrality is almost a kitchen table topic in the United States, with subjects like the possible throttling of Netflix on the part of cable ISPs often making national news. But that's not the case everywhere, and apparently Bharti Airtel, India's largest telecom provider, has unabashedly started charging mobile subscribers extra for making VoIP calls.
  • Matrix Gateways Now Certified to Work with BroadSoft Products
    Often, interoperability can mean the difference between success and failure of a product. There is much to be said for proprietary systems that support one's own business, but for manufacturers of communications products, it can pay for them to create phones and gateways that interact well with the services of software providers.
  • Innovative VoIP Leaders Focus on Richer Communictions
    IP services continue to evolve, and the use of VoIP in clever and new ways has become a cornerstone of innovation. Whether it's business VoIP and unified communications, conferencing, a range of consumer rich media options or developer APIs targeted at making mobile VoIP better, there's simply a lot happening. Accordingly, a list of notable VoIP innovators offers a view into the leading edge of the industry.
  • Survey: IT Hones in on VoIP Hardware
    Communications today are virtualizing at a rapid rate, as public switched telephone networks (PSTNs) are abandoned in favor of IP-based network alternatives. Many virtual and VoIP-related solutions now come in the form of software available through hosted services or the Internet, which makes them easily accessible and more appealing. But a recent study by TechTarget found that, despite the boom in virtual communication tools, more IT teams are looking for VoIP hardware than for software-based telephony clients for their PC and mobile devices.
  • Cloud Education: Get Ready for 2015 with Great Reads
    Voice over IP has been transitioning the communications industry toward service flexibility and efficiency for almost 15 years now-effectively taking the wind out of the voice minutes business and opening the door for new types of services and revenue streams. While the evolution has not been without its casualties (the long-distance business, for one), ultimately the end user has won, as have forward-thinkers looking to make the best of fresh opportunities.
  • Competitors to WhatsApp Continue to Grow in VoIP Market
    The massive boom in the smartphone market over the last few years has also led to a massive boom in the instant messaging and voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) markets. For businesses looking to stay in contact with their employees and their clients, the right application that can handle VoIP as well as video conferencing and instant messaging is key.
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Signing up with a business VoIP provider is a big deal. No matter the size and age of your business, change can be scary. But it can also be good. VoIP business services tend to have a larger setup cost, and much lower ongoing costs than their circuit-switched counterparts. Every VoIP provider has a different list of feature sets and prices. Here is a list of ten questions you can ask a potential provider. Be honest with them, and be honest with yourself. Be sure you have the best information before making such a big decision