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1. Why Your Business Should Switch from Landline to VoIP

Technology has certainly changed the way we communicate in business, but the telephone remains a constant in the day-to-day operations of the modern office. You’re sure to see a telephone on the vast majority of desks in any workplace you survey. However, while we still make phone calls in the course of doing business, the technology we use to facilitate these calls has changed drastically from the traditional landlines we’ve relied on since the 19th century. 

Tags: cost savings, Phone Systems, mobility, Phone Systems, scalability, VoIP
2. Creating a More Collaborative Workplace through Unified Communications

Working away from the office is not a new concept. The travelling salesperson has long been a part of business, often spending long periods of time on the road and away from their desk. However, the world and the way we work in it has changed, with technology making it possible for us to work from almost anywhere. And work from anywhere we do: a recent study by Gallup found that 43 percent of Americans spend at least some of their time working remotely. 

While it’s possible to work effectively outside of the office, having your workforce in different locations does have its drawbacks. Even with all of the advancements in technology keeping us connected from anywhere we are, being away from your physical office makes collaboration with colleagues more difficult. Luckily, there is a solution to unite remote employees, fostering collaboration away from the traditional office.

Unified Communications: Connecting employees in the 21st century workplace 

Tags: collaborative workplace, VoIP, unified communications, Phone Systems
3. Why Businesses Entrust VoIP for Their Phone Systems

Why is it that companies are eschewing traditional phone systems in favor of VoIP systems, making it an industry standard? 

Lower Costs
VoIP systems are much more cost effective, as there is no need to invest in expensive hardware. Your cost-per-call is significantly reduced, with even long distance phone calls costing you less.

Tags: advantages, VoIP, cost savings, Phone Systems

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