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Hosted VoIP Is About More Than Cost Savings

The transition to a cloud solution often begins with a search for cost savings. While cost savings are generally a reality with cloud migration, what begins as a budget-focused move often turns out to be more of a strategic transformation. This is particularly true when it comes to hosted Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP). As companies bump up against contract renewal time, they begin exploring new technology and find that

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Pairing the Right SD-WAN and VoIP Solutions for Success

If you’re considering a communications upgrade, you’re likely looking at Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP). Because VoIP relies heavily on the strength of the network connection, you may also be weighing the possibility of an infrastructure upgrade to software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN). With SD-WAN and VoIP, not every pairing will work well. Here are the considerations you should keep in mind when evaluating SD-WAN to support VoIP: Hosted or

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Five Benefits of VoIP for Businesses

Whether you’re still using a legacy phone system that’s about to come up for contract renewal or you’re just starting out with a new business, you should consider upgrading to Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP). The benefits of VoIP for businesses are numerous and can help you both save money and introduce improved productivity right away. What is VoIP? VoIP is simply the transmission of voice calls as data packets over

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The Basics of UCaaS

Just a little over two decades ago, email was revolutionizing the business world. While it has been in existence around four decades, it was the second half of the 1990s that ushered in a new wave of communication with a quick turnaround time. Now, Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) is introducing a new round of disruption that is transforming the ways enterprises communicate. What is UCaaS? UCaaS is a cloud

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Ensuring Network Readiness for VoIP

Many small and mid-size businesses (SMBs) are motivated by cost and effectiveness to move from plain old telephone service (POTS) to Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP). While this move usually introduces measurable cost savings and communication streamlining, these benefits are often offset by headaches related to network speed and capacity. By taking a few preliminary steps, you can ensure your network is ready for VoIP and make the most of

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