Relocating your office and moving your business can be challenging, for you, your employees and your customers. When you relocate your phone system there will also be changes that need to be done with your telecommunications and internet providers. A full service telecommunications company and VoIP services carrier can simplify this procedure, and handle all aspects of the situation. Here is a list, from a technician's perspective, what needs to be done:
Voice over IP requires the proper internet access, combined with the right router to ensure delivery of quality phone calls.
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E-mail is cloud technology. Cloud is just a buzz word. Have you ever sent a tweet from your phone, or checked your email on-the-go? How about updating a Facebook status, or GPSing somewhere while driving?
If so, then you are a user of cloud-based technologies. “Cloud” is a term for accessing applications, programs, and other software through the Internet. Fancy.
Despite the recent Frontier outage, as a society we’ve grown to depend on a very fast connection on reliable networks. Our move from hardware-based businesses to mobile cloud-based has been wicked fast, and there’s no sign of that momentum stopping. In fact, Forbes’s 2015 State of the Cloud Report has revealed that 88% of organizations are using the public cloud while 63% are using a private cloud.
If you are still hardware-based, you are missing out on the many benefits cloud-based technologies can offer you! Check out some reasons to make the switch and get your head off the ground and in the cloud:
The Alexa Cloud VoIP Phone System Directory Call Skill will allow a Cloud Service Networks PBX User to call saved contacts and 10-digit US phone numbers through the office phone system. A Cloud Service Networks Cloud VoIP Phone System account is required to use this skill.
John needs to purchase and install a new phone system. John then thinks about the complex switching devices connected to the phone company, the port numbers, the phone numbers, the Caller ID, the voicemail, the phone bill, the wiring and everything that makes the telephone system operate the business and service all the clients. John will be purchasing and maintaining a whole new system on his computer network.
John is an expert, therefore adding VoIP to the computer network should be simple. As the computer network is perfect, no problems, and adding this should be a breeze. John speaks to a salesperson and they explain it will be no problem to add VoIP. They explain to just combine the phone and computer into one network outlet, and the job is done. This sounds perfect!
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is a federation of six emirates, with the most widely known of which being Dubai. At the end of 2017, Skype and other Voice over IP (VoIP) services were blocked on December 31st 2017 and will likely remain inaccessible for the foreseeable future. The block is believed to have come due to government owned telecom companies, DU and Etisalat. The government has a vested interest in seeing these companies maintain their monopoly over telecommunications in the UAE, something that VoIP services threaten heavily. Voice over internet protocol technology, allows users to place calls at relatively little cost, sometimes even free when making a peer to peer call over the public internet. The reason there is a cost for business VoIP is simply due to the fact the VoIP packets make there way to our Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN).