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Palm Beach County to Use VoIP and UC Communications
Setting up a unified communications (UC) solution for a government the size of Palm Beach County, Fla. is no small task for a business VoIP provider. With over 10,000 users and 300 locations, few solutions providers would be equal to the task of installing a new system that large, especially when 80 different telephone platforms have to be consolidated into one.
How to Find the Right Business VoIP Provider
VoIP is an incredibly cost effective and efficient communication solution for businesses of all sizes today, but finding the right business VoIP provider can seem like a complicated process. It doesn't have to be. There are plenty of resources out there to help companies narrow down their searches and find the best VoIP fit for their needs-they just need to know where to look.
Survey Finds General Public's VoIP Knowledge is Lacking
Today, businesses are flocking to Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phone systems, and even several residential subscribers are discovering the benefits of an IP phone system. Because VoIP compresses traditional analog signals into far more compact digital files, a higher quality of sound can be sent through far less expensive infrastructure. For the customer that means better phone service for less money, and will often include several other free features like call waiting or music on hold.
DSP Group's DVF99 VoIP SoC Chosen by Obihai
Obihai, an innovative manufacturer of VoIP solutions, recently selected DSP Group's DVF99 VoIP SoC for its new line of IP phone models, the OBi1032 Manager and OBi1062 Professional.
Hosted Communications Market to be Worth $12B by 2018
While the initial thought may be that these monthly figures eventually add up to more than the total initial investment, most companies spend the same amount or more having a dedicated IT team that takes care of the equipment. The cost of replacement parts also contributes to the expense of owning in-house systems, which simply makes it more expensive to own legacy equipment.
CANTO Conference Brings New Regulation Considerations to VoIP Providers
Voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) service has been increasingly popular with a variety of businesses and everyday individuals out there eager to save a few dollars when it comes to the long-distance bill. To that end, a great many providers of such services have also shown up, eager to offer services and keep people connected for impressively low sums. But that drive toward increased VoIP isn't being felt everywhere, as down in the Bahamas, regulators are eying the process, and not liking what's being seen.
Judge a Technology Not by the Size of Its Gadget
The Internet is full of some crazy memes, one of which includes pictures of yesterday that compare room-sized computers to our pocket-sized mobile devices, and how far we've come in terms of storage, use, and efficiency.
The DOT Weighing in on Ban of In-Flight Voice Calls
Looking at your smartphone you have to be in awe at all the technology that is inside that small device making your life more manageable, that is until you are next to a person to whom the concept of volume control has completely elude them while talking on their device. If you are out in public you have the option of walking away from such a person and avoid the noise pollution, but what if it is happening at 35,000 ft. and you are trapped with this same individual in a plane.
Why Nexus IT's VoIP Service is Oh-So Tasty
If communication is the lifeblood of every business, VoIP is its multivitamin. Along with the fact that it runs on existing infrastructure, it's also able to save enterprise users loads of cash they would have otherwise spent on expensive legacy PTSN lines. Savings could reach anywhere from 50 to 75 percent and there's nothing to pay in terms of installation.
Network Automation Can Help with VoIP Performance Monitoring
As more companies adopt VoIP solutions, one of the most frequent issues they hear about from end users involves the quality of the calls made via VoIP when compared to traditional phone lines. It's a problem that can be very frustrating to solve for corporate IT personnel, as the performance of the VoIP call system and the routing network are intertwined.
Business VoIP Providers Industry News
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